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County in Illinois goes against state, enacts own concealed-carry handgun law
Courtesy The Outdoor Wire
BARRY, Ill. -- In the election held March 20, the voters of Pike County, Ill., approved a firearms concealed-carry ordinance by a 3,214 to 550 margin. It was one of the largest voter turnouts in county history. The ordinance directly contradicts current Illinois state law. As presented on the ballot, the ordinance took effect upon passage, and applies only to Pike County. The ordinance was placed on the ballot by a citizen initiative petition process that garnered three times the number of signatures required by law. . . .
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