Illinois was the last hold-out for conceal/carry but the law now in the books is still being fought in the Illinois General Assembly.
State Senator Sara Feigenholtz, who says guns and alcohol don’t mix, believes this year’s passage of a concealed-carry law will be followed by attempts to expand it and attempts to undo it.
“I think we are going to see alot of brush-back pitches from each side” according to Fiegenhotz.
There’s already a bill filed to ban concealed weapons from all places which sell or serve liquor. The law which passed over the summer bans guns only from establishments which derive more than half their sales from liquor.