Below is an action alert from the Illinois State Rifle Association, concerning concealed carry.
URGENT ALERT – YOUR ACTION REQUIRED
MIKE MADIGAN READY TO INSULT YOUR INTELLIGENCE ONCE AGAIN
Mike Madigan is ticked off…
Why is Mike Madigan so ticked off? Quite simply, he’s ticked off because the 7th District Court of Appeals has told him plainly that the legislature must bow to constitutional authority – not to the whims of Mike Madigan. And we all know what a control freak Mike Madigan is.
No, Mike Madigan is no longer in control of the concealed carry debate. The courts have said once and for all that Illinois will join 49 other states in allowing citizens to carry defensive firearms.
The court has really ticked Madigan off…
Mike Madigan is so ticked off that he plans to introduce his own version of a concealed carry bill early next week. Of course, under Madigan’s carry bill, the only people who would be allowed to carry would be… um… nobody.
Although the details of Madigan’s concealed carry bill (HR1155) have not yet been released, those close to Madigan are saying that it will be the most restrictive concealed carry bill in the nation.
One insider termed Madigan’s proposal, “…the closest thing to no-carry at all.”
WHAT YOU MUST DO TO STOP MADIGAN’S INSULTING BILL
1. Beginning first thing Monday morning, call your state representative and politely tell them that you are a law-abiding firearm owner and that you oppose Madigan’s insulting HR1155 and that you would like them to vote against the bill.
2. Pass this alert on to all your friends and family members and ask them to call their state representatives as well.
3. Please post this alert to any and all Internet blogs or bulletin boards to which you belong.
If you do not know who your state representative is, please click the link below and you will be able to identify your representative and get their Springfield phone number.
The Illinois State Board of Elections has a new interactive search page here:
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