Illinois governor faces interesting choice
The Seventh Circuit struck the Illinois complete ban on carrying, with a stay on the ruling's effectiveness extended thru July 9. The legislature has passed a bill which provides for carry permits which (while it has exceptions) is an enormous improvement on the status quo.
The Chicago Tribune reluctantly endorses the bill, noting "Quinn doesn't have to seal the bill with a kiss. But he should take note of two realities. One, a veto would place Illinois at risk of having no law regulating the concealed carry of firearms."