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As we start the new, 102nd General Assembly our efforts begin again to monitor new legilsation impacting our Second Amendment rights.

 

With thanks to InterestedBystander for kicking off this effort in an earlier thread, all are invited to help keep our community up to date as bills and amendments are filed. Please keep posts in either of these two threads (or both). Official updates will be posted here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2021 House Bills and Resolutions

 

 

House Bills & Resolutions Under Review or Pending Review


HB1 Illiana Task Force - Firearm Violence

 

HA1 to HB1

 

HB54 FOID Denial & Revocation - Stalking

 

HA1 to HB54

 

HB158 Health Care & Human Services - PA102-0004

 

HA1 to HB158 - Adopted

 

HA2 to HB158

 

HA3 to HB158 - Adopted

 

HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant Fund - Passed House 4/21/2021

HB717 $DPH - Firearm Violence Study

HB3039 State Police - FOID Revocation

HB3085 Cannabis - Possess Not Criminal

HB3612 Dangerous Weapons

HB3788 Ballistics Information Act

 

HA1 to HB3788

 

HB3811 State Police – Fund Transfer - PA102-505
 

HB4182 Workplace Violence Prevention





Good House Bills & Resolutions


HB150 FOID Act - Repeal

HB153 Concealed Carry Fees - Vet & Retired Law

HB278 Wildlife Cd - Firearm Exemption

HB316 Use/Occ Tax - Gun Safes

HB431 FOID - Appeals

HB432 FOID Act - Repeal

HB627 Child Care- Day Care - Homes

HB637 FOID - Age - Parental Consent

HB638 State Police - Fund Lockbox - Passed House 4/21/2021

HB781 Firearm Owners ID - Local Reg

HB782 Crim Cd - Firearm - Waiting Period

HB784 Conceal Carry - Officials

HB786 Firearms - Municipal Regulation

HB787 Conceal Carry - Public Transport

HB789 Conceal Carry - Auto Renew FOID

HB790 Firearm Owners ID - Appeal

HB1715 Firearm Owners ID - Appeal

HB1756 Property - Firearm Possession

HB1758 School Security - Armed Teachers

HB1770 Firearm Owners ID Act - Repeal

HB1865 Firearm Owners ID - Repeal

HB1885 Crim Cd - Firearm - Waiting Period

HB1886 Concealed Carry License Fees

HB1892 Firearm Owners ID Act - Repeal

HB1948 FOID - Automatic Approval

HB2377 FOID & Concealed Carry - Renewal & Revocation
 

HA1 to HB2377

 

HB2452 Concealed Carry - Electronic Notice - Support
 

HA1 to HB2452 - Neutral with Adoption of HA1

 

HB2490 Firearm Owners ID - Repeal

HB2494 Concealed Carry - Fees

HB2495 Firearm Dealer - Repeal

HB2531 Correctional Officers - Firearms

HB2532 FOID & Concealed Carry - Lifetime

HB2535 Concealed Carry - Reciprocity

HB2581 Conceal Carry - Waiver - Marksman

HB2627 Concealed Carry License Fees

HB2635 Correctional Officers - Firearms
 

HA1 to HB2635

 

HB2858 FOID - Age - Parental Consent

HB2882 Concealed Carry - Repeal

HB2883 Concealed Cary - College

HB2885 Concealed Carry - PCS - PCA

HB2886 Firearm Dealer Lic Cert - Repeal

HB2920 Firearm Dealer - Applicability

HB2936 FOID & Concealed Carry - Expire

HB3044 Concealed Carry License Fees

HB3298 Crim Cd – Firearm Transport

HB3300 Electronic FOID Cards

HB3302 Wildlife – Firearm Exempt - Passed House 4/22/2021

HB3316 Concealed Carry - Reciprocity

HB3318 Firearm Owners ID – 18 Years

HB3350 Firearm Owners ID – Repeal

HB3352 Firearm Owners ID – 18 Years

HB3353 Firearms – Judicial & Prosecutors

HB3354 Firearms – Non Resident Military

HB3364 Firearm Owners ID – Repeal

HB3382 Unlawful Weapon Use

HB3406 Concealed Carry – Ck Cty Forest

HB3632 Concealed Carry Taser

HB3670 FOID – Mental Health – Corrections

HB3679 FOID & Concealed Carry – Renewal

HB3686 Crim Cd – Confiscated Weapons

HB3761 FOID & Concealed Carry – Lifetime

HB3907 Concealed Carry License Fees

HB3931 Electronic FOID Cards

HB3937 Firearm Registry Prohibition



HJRCA16 Con Amend - Firearm Reg Funds





Bad House Bills & Resolutions


HB238 Sch Trauma Protocol - Ammo Tax

HB438 Use/Occ Tax - Ammunition

HB552 Safe Gun Storage

HB562 Home Inpector License - PA102-237

 

SA1 to HB562 - "FOID Modernization”- Adopted

 

SA2 to HB562 - Registration - Adopted

 

HB602 Firearm Owners ID - Fees

HB745 State Government - Tech
 

HA1 to HB745

 

HB1091 "Fix The FOID Act" - Passed House 5/29/2021/Motion to Reconsider Filed/Motion Withdrawn
 

HA1 to HB1091 - Adopted

 

HB1092 "Firearm Restraining Order Expansion" - PA102-345
 

HA1 to HB1092- Adopted

 

SA1 to B1092 - Adopted

 

HB1713 Crim Cd - Firearms - Motor Veh

HB2541 Order Protect - Gun Restrictions

HB2623 IDPH - Safe Gun Storage

HB2740 Firearm Dealer - Suicide Warning

HB2769 Safety - Tech
 

HA1 to HB2769 - Adopted

 

HA2 to HB2769 - Adopted

 

HA3 to HB2769

 

HB3088 Crim Cd - Handgun Ammo - Serialize

HB3143 Use/Occ Tax - Firearms

HB3144 Lost & Stolen Firearms - Penalty

HB3168 FOID - Protective Order

HB3212 Crim Cd – Devices – Rate Of Fire

HB3222 Crim Cd - Assault Weapon Registry

HB3245 Firearm Owners ID – Omnibus

HB3395 Firearm Conviction Bail

HB3423 FOID – Firearm Purchase Database

HB3483 Firearms Restraining Order

 

HA1 to HB3483

 

HA2 to HB3483

 

HB3538 FOID Over 21

HB3562 Crim Cd – Firearm Penalties

HB3661 Firearm Owners ID – Revoke

HB3779 Crim Cd – Firearms – Microstamping

HB3789 Crim Cd – Handgun Registration

HB3943 Crim Cd - Lge Cap Ammo & Ammo Fd

HB4055 Untraceable Firearms

HB4056 Gunrun & Firearm Traf Assessment

 

HB4156 Firearms Liability



HR163 Firearm Deaths – Reduce - (See Explanation) - Adopted 5/6/2021

HR166 Women's Issue - Gun Violence - (See Explanation) - Adopted 5/6/2021




Questionable/Neutral House Bills & Resolutions (Shell Bills Omitted)


HB192 Firearm Violence Prevention - Passed House 4/20/2021
 

HA1 to HB192 - Tabled

 

HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant – Fund - Passed House 4/21/2021

HB788 FOID & Con Carry - Renewals

HB808 Expressway Safety Act - Cameras

HB836 Private Detective – Training - Passed House 4/21/2021

 

HA1 to HB836 - Adopted

 

HB1849 Juv - Subsequent Firearm Offense

HB1862 Firearms - Retired Officers
 

HA1 to HB1862

 

HB1891 Wildlife & Crim Cd - Silencers

HB2768 $IDPH - Gun Violence Prevention

HB2989 Crim Cd & Corr - Firearm Sentence - Postponed
 

HA1 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA2 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA3 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA4 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HB3006 FIOD & CCL - One Card

HB3057 $Violence Prevention Grants

HB3072 $ICJIA - Violence Prevention

HB3173 Sch Cd - Gun Safety Course - Passed House 4/22/2021 (Neutral with adoption of SA1)

 

SA1 to HB3173 - Adopted

 

SA2 to HB3173 – Pending

 

SA3 to HB3173 - Pending

 

HB3485 Domestic Violence – Hope Cards - PA102-481
 

HA1 to HB3485 - Adopted

 

HA2 to HB3485 - Adopted

 

HB3589 Firearm Enhancement

HB3655 Illinois State Police

 

HA1 to HB3655 - Adopted

 

HB3685 Conceal Carry Act – Military ID

HB3825 Firearm Dealers – Fee Amounts

HB3904 Crim Cd – Firearm – Taser

HB3909 Firearm Disposition Records

HB3932 Police Train – Retired Officer

HB3936 Crim Cd - Parole Host Violation

HB4033 $DHS - Chicago Survivors
 

HB4166 Crim Cd – Pepper Spray - Age





HR185 Recognize - Strides For Peace

HR346 Gun Violence Awareness Day



HJRCA8 Bill of Rights - Carry Firearm

HJRCA18 Con Amend Right To Bear Arms

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2021 Fall Veto Session House Bills and Resolutions

 

 

House Bills & Resolutions Under Review or Pending Review


HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant Fund - Passed House 4/21/2021
 

HB3788 Ballistics Information Act

 

HA1 to HB3788


HB4182 Workplace Violence Prevention

 

 

 

 

Good House Bills & Resolutions

 

 

HB638 State Police - Fund Lockbox - Passed House 4/21/2021

 

HB3302 Wildlife – Firearm Exempt - Passed House 4/22/2021

 

 

HJRCA16 Con Amend - Firearm Reg Funds
 

 

 

 

Bad House Bills & Resolutions

 


HB1091 "Fix The FOID Act" - Passed House 5/29/2021/Motion to Reconsider Filed/Motion Withdrawn
 

HA1 to HB1091 Adopted

 

HB3483 Firearms Restraining Order

 

HA1 to HB3483

 

HA2 to HB3483

 

HB4055 Untraceable Firearms

HB4056 Gunrun & Firearm Traf Assessment

HB4156 Firearms Liability

 




Questionable/Neutral House Bills & Resolutions (Shell Bills Omitted)


HB192 Firearm Violence Prevention - Passed House 4/20/2021
 

HA1 to HB192 - Tabled

 

HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant – Fund - Passed House 4/21/2021
 

HB836 Private Detective – Training - Passed House 4/21/2021

 

HA1 to HB836 - Adopted

 

HB2989 Crim Cd & Corr - Firearm Sentence - Postponed
 

HA1 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA2 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA3 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HA4 to HB2989 - Adopted

 

HB3173 Sch Cd - Gun Safety Course - Passed House 4/22/2021 (Neutral with adoption of SA1)

 

SA1 to HB3173 Adopted

 

SA2 to HB3173 – Pending

 

SA3 to HB3173 - Pending

 

HB3655 Illinois State Police

 

HA1 to HB3655 - Adopted

 

HB4166 Crim Cd – Pepper Spray - Age

 

 

 

HR346 Gun Violence Awareness Day



HJRCA8 Bill of Rights - Carry Firearm

HJRCA18 Con Amend Right To Bear Arms

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2021 Senate Bills and Resolutions


 

Senate Bills & Resolutions Under Review or Pending Review

SB504 Firearms - Revocation Notice

SB1758 Gun Crime Charge & Sentencing

SB1761 Gun Crime Charge & Sentencing

SB1894 Firearms Restraining – Venue

SB2017 Service Related Ailments - PA102-0016

 

HA1 to SB2017 - Adopted

 

HA2 to SB2017 - Adopted

 

 


 

Good Senate Bills & Resolutions

SB87 Firearm Restraining Orders

SB489 Sch Cd - Firearm Saftey Course

SB1754 Firearms Owners ID Act - Repeal

SB1755 Concealed Carry - Reciprocity

SB1756 Conceal Carry - Public Transport

SB1757 Electornic Firearm Licenses

SB1759 Firearm - License Renewal

SB1760 Electronic Firearm Licenses

SB1763 Concealed Carry - IDOT Rest Areas

SB1858 Concealed Carry - Schools

SB1922 Firearms Owners ID - Appeal

SB1932 Concealed Carry - Moved Licensee

SB1936 Firearm Dealer - Repeal

SB1937 Conceal Carry - Transport - Parks

SB1938 Firearm Owners ID - 18 Yrs

SB1939 Concealed Carry - Reciprocity

SB1942 Conceal Carry - Public Transport

SB1946 Concealed Carry - Non-Resident

SB1947 Firearm Carry - Corrections

SB1948 Firearm Owners ID Act - Repeal

SB2169 General Assembly - Firearm Bill

SB2174 Wildlife Cd - Firearm Exemption

SB2217 Concealed Carry - Non-Resident

SB2249 FOID - Mental Health – Corrections - PA102-645

 

HA1 to SB2249- Adopted

 

SB2264 Correctional Officer - Firearms

SB2267 FOID & Concealed Carry

SB2372 Firearm Owners ID - Appeal

SB2577 Safety – Tech

 

SA1 to SB2577

 

 

SJRCA7 Conamend - Right to Hunt & Fish




Bad Senate Bills & Resolutions

SB554 Crim Cd - UUW - Felon - Vehicle

SB568 Fix The FOID Tech

 

SA1 to HB568

 

SB609 Display Of Imitation Firearms

 

SA1 to SB1165

 

SB1165 Safety – Tech

 

SA1 to SB1165

 

SB1855 Crim Cd - Firearm Storage

SB1895 Crim Cd - Firearms - Child

SB2300 Revenue - Firearms Dealers

SB2301 Sch Cd - Hunting Safety - Weapons

SB2510 Crim Cd - Assault Weapon Ban

SB2889 FOID ID & Concealed Carry


SR219 Firearm Deaths - Reduce
 

SB2920 Bail – Release – Firearm Offenses

 

SB2921 Crim Pro – Categaroy A Offense

 

SB2925 Crim Cd- Firearms – Felons

 

SB2926 Firearm Crime Charge & Sentence

 

SB2928 Crim Cd - Firearms Penalties

 

SB2929 Juv Ct – Commitment Until 21

 




Questionable/Neutral Senate Bills & Resolutions (Shell Bills Omitted)

SB548 Private Detective – Training - Passed Both Bodies

 

SA1 to SB548- Adopted

 

SB690 Hospitals - Metal Detectors

SB2037 Illinois State Police - PA102-538

 

SA1 to SB2037 - Adopted

 

SA2 to SB2037 - Adopted

 

SB2165 Firearm - Firefighters Exception

SB2199 Firearm Enhancement
 

SB2917 Cd Corr – Contraband Penal Inst

 

SB2927 ICJIA – Firearm Crimes

 

 

 

 

Appointment Messages

 

AM1020257 Appoint – Christopher Patterson

 

 

 

Emergency Rules

 

Emergency FOID & CCL Rules Effective 4/6/2020
 

Emergency FOID & CCL Rules Effective 9/3/2020

 

 

 

Executive Orders

 

EO2020-10 – COVID-19 Executive Order #8

 

EO2020-32 – COVID-19 Executive Order #30
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2021 Fall Veto Session Senate Bills and Resolutions


 

Senate Bills & Resolutions Under Review or Pending Review

 



 

Good Senate Bills & Resolutions

SJRCA7 Conamend - Right to Hunt & Fish




Bad Senate Bills & Resolutions

SR219 Firearm Deaths – Reduce

 

SB2920 Bail – Release – Firearm Offenses

 

SB2921 Crim Pro – Categaroy A Offense

 

SB2925 Crim Cd- Firearms – Felons

 

SB2926 Firearm Crime Charge & Sentence

 

SB2928 Crim Cd - Firearms Penalties

 

SB2929 Juv Ct – Commitment Until 21





Questionable/Neutral Senate Bills & Resolutions (Shell Bills Omitted)


SB2917 Cd Corr – Contraband Penal Inst

 

SB2927 ICJIA – Firearm Crimes

 

 

 

 

Appointment Messages

 

AM1020257 Appoint – Christopher Patterson

 

 

 

Emergency Rules

 

Emergency FOID & CCL Rules Effective 4/6/2020
 

Emergency FOID & CCL Rules Effective 9/3/2020

 

 

 

Executive Orders

 

EO2020-10 – COVID-19 Executive Order #8

 

EO2020-32 – COVID-19 Executive Order #30
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HB192 Firearm Violence Prevention was filed today:

 

Synopsis As Introduced

 

Creates the Firearm Violence Prevention and Reduction Study Act. Requires the Department of Public Health to conduct a study on methods to prevent and reduce firearm violence in Illinois. Provides that the Department of Public Health must file a yearly report of the study's findings with the General Assembly on or before December 31, 2022 and on or before December 31 of each year thereafter through December 31, 2031. Provides that, subject to appropriation, the study is to be provided sufficient funding in the amount of $150,000 per year. Allows the Department to adopt rules necessary for the implementation and administration of the Act. Provides that the Act is repealed on January 1, 2032. Effective immediately.

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HB0238 - SCH TRAUMA PROTOCOL-AMMO TAX

 

https://ilga.gov/legislation/BillStatus.asp?DocNum=238&GAID=16&DocTypeID=HB&LegId=128115&SessionID=110&GA=102

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the State Finance Act to create the Trauma Response Fund as a special fund in the State treasury. Amends the School Code. Requires school boards to develop a trauma response protocol that shall be implemented in response to a traumatic event at a school, including, but not limited to, a shooting at the school. Sets forth various requirements for the protocol, including response by hospitals, trauma intervention services, and community engagement. Provides that all moneys in the Trauma Response Fund shall be paid as grants to school districts to implement the trauma response protocol. Amends the University of Illinois Hospital Act and Hospital Licensing Act to make conforming changes. Amends the Use Tax Act, Service Use Tax Act, Service Occupation Tax Act, and Retailers' Occupation Tax Act. Imposes a 1% surcharge on firearm ammunition, which shall be deposited into the Trauma Response Fund. Effective immediately.

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"Imposes a 1% surcharge on firearm ammunition, which shall be deposited into the Trauma Response Fund. Effective immediately."

 

What would keep these funds from being "swept" if so decreed by the powers that be? How about they put a surcharge on Marijuana sales instead?

Because our Lt. Governor doesn't want to pay the huge costs it would add to her large pot scores.

 

I would also ask: if you insist on saddling lawful gun owners with the costs of your huggy-huggy programs, why not take it from the sweeps already going on with the ISP FOID/CCL fund???

 

How is ANY of this not unlawful taxation on the exercise of a constitutional right???

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HB278 Wildlife Cd - Firearm Exemption was filed this morning:

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Wildlife Code. Provides in various provisions an exemption to carry a firearm on Department of Natural Resources property in accordance with the Firearm Concealed Carry Act.

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HB316 Use/Occ Tax - Gun Safes has been filed:

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Use Tax Act, the Service Use Tax Act, the Service Occupation Tax Act, and the Retailers' Occupation Tax Act. Provides that, beginning on January 1, 2022, the tax on gun safes and locks designed to secure firearms is imposed at the rate of 1%. Effective immediately.

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HB316 Use/Occ Tax - Gun Safes has been filed:

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Use Tax Act, the Service Use Tax Act, the Service Occupation Tax Act, and the Retailers' Occupation Tax Act. Provides that, beginning on January 1, 2022, the tax on gun safes and locks designed to secure firearms is imposed at the rate of 1%. Effective immediately.

Now this one is outright ignorant. Sin taxes, like those on cigarettes and alcohol, are meant to discourage their use.

Are they trying to discourage the safe storage of firearms by taxing safe storage devices?

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HB0431 FOID-APPEALS

https://ilga.gov/legislation/BillStatus.asp?DocNum=431&GAID=16&DocTypeID=HB&LegId=128455&SessionID=110&GA=102

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act. Provides that once the aggrieved party submits all required information for his or her appeal, updated information shall not be required from the party when the Illinois State Police has not completed the review of the appeal within the required 60 days.

 

HB0432 FIREARM OWNERS ID ACT-REPEAL

https://ilga.gov/legislation/BillStatus.asp?DocNum=432&GAID=16&DocTypeID=HB&LegId=128456&SessionID=110&GA=102

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Repeals the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act. Amends various Acts to make conforming changes

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HB0438 USE/OCC TAX-AMMUNITION

 

https://ilga.gov/legislation/BillStatus.asp?DocNum=438&GAID=16&DocTypeID=HB&LegId=128468&SessionID=110&GA=102

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the State Finance Act to create the Mental Health Services Fund as a special fund in the State treasury. Provides that moneys in the Mental Health Services Fund shall be distributed each month to the counties of the State for certain specified purposes. Amends the Use Tax Act, the Service Use Tax Act, the Service Occupation Tax Act, and the Retailers' Occupation Tax Act. Imposes a surcharge of 1% of the selling price on firearm ammunition. Provides that moneys from the surcharge shall be deposited into the Mental Health Services Fund. Effective immediately.

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The first bill explicitly designed to ignore the Supreme Court was filed by Representative Willis today:

 

HB552 Safe Gun Storage

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Creates the Safe Gun Storage Act. Provides that a firearm owner shall not store or keep any firearm in any premises unless the firearm is secured in a locked container, properly engaged so as to render the firearm inaccessible or unusable to any person other than the owner or other lawfully authorized user. Provides that if the firearm is carried by or under the control of the owner or other lawfully authorized user, then the firearm is deemed lawfully stored or kept. Provides that a violation is subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $500. Provides that a violation is subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $1,000 if any person knows or reasonably should know that a minor, an at-risk person, or a prohibited person is likely to gain access to a firearm belonging to or under the control of that person and a minor, an at-risk person, or a prohibited person obtains the firearm. Provides that a violation is subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $10,000 if a minor, an at-risk person, or a prohibited person obtains a firearm and uses it to injure or cause the death of a person or uses the firearm in connection with a crime. Provides that any money received from the collection of a civil penalty shall be deposited in the Mental Health Fund. Makes corresponding changes in the Criminal Code of 2012.

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SB87 Firearm Restraining Orders

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Firearms Restraining Order Act. Provides that a State's Attorney or assistant State's Attorney (rather than a petitioner) may request an emergency firearms restraining order by filing an affidavit or verified pleading alleging that the respondent poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm. Provides that if the court issues an emergency firearms restraining order, it shall, based upon written application filed by the State's Attorney or assistant State's Attorney supported by evidence submitted under oath or affirmation, upon a finding of probable cause that the respondent possesses firearms, issue a search warrant directing a law enforcement agency to seize the respondent's firearms. Provides that an emergency firearms restraining order and a 6-month firearms restraining order shall require the firearm or firearms and Firearm Owner's Identification Card and concealed carry license, if unexpired, to be returned to the respondent if the firearms restraining order is not granted within 7 days. Effective immediately.

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HB602 Firearm Owners ID - Fees

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act. Provides that the cost of a new or renewed Firearm Owner's Identification Card shall be $10 plus applicable processing fees. Provides that the cost of a corrected, lost, destroyed, or stolen Card shall be $5, plus applicable processing fees. Provides that the fees deposited into the State Police Firearm Services Fund shall exclude fees collected for payment processing.

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Provides that the fees deposited into the State Police Firearm Services Fund shall exclude fees collected for payment processing.

 

And where do they want those funds directed to.

 

 

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I'd guess the fees would be passed on to the vendors they use, in whatever unspecified, un-capped amounts those vendors might decide to charge.

 

Naturally, they think nothing of charging gun owners more for a card that accomplishes nothing other than to create another barrier to our rights, especially to those of few means.

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Many new bills were filed today, and more possibly coming:

 

This is one:

 

HB627 Child Care- Day Care - Homes

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Child Care Act of 1969. Allows adults who reside on the premises of a day care home to possess handguns on day care home premises (rather than adults who must possess a handgun as a condition of employment and who reside on the premises of a day care home) if the handgun and handgun ammunition are locked and inaccessible to children.

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HB637 FOID - Age - Parental Consent

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act. Lowers the age at which a person who is not an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces may apply for a Firearm Owner's Identification Card from 21 to 18 and provides that a person who is under 18 years of age may apply for a Firearm Owner's Identification Card without parental consent required if he or she is an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces. Provides that if the applicant is under 18 (rather than 21) years of age that he or she has never been convicted of a misdemeanor other than a traffic offense or adjudged delinquent and is an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces.

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HB638 State Police -Fund Lockbox

 

Synopsis As Introduced

Amends the Department of State Police Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that moneys held in the State Police Firearm Services Fund, the Mental Health Reporting Fund, and the Firearm Dealer License Certification Fund for use by the Illinois State Police shall be neither used nor transferred to another fund for a purpose other than as specifically provided by law.

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A couple new bills were filed today that, on the surface, seem to work with each other but really don't:

HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant Fund

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Act. Creates the ICJIA Violence Reduction Fund as a special fund in the State treasury. Provides that moneys in the Fund shall be used for grants by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority to community-based organizations whose primary purpose is violence reduction in disproportionately impacted areas. Provides that the moneys in the Fund shall also be used by the Authority for operational and grant program purposes. Provides eligibility requirements for receiving grant funds. Provides that grants shall be subject to the requirements of the Grant Accountability and Transparency Act. Requires the Authority to adopt rules to implement the grant program. Amends the State Finance Act to provide for the ICJIA Violence Reduction Fund. Defines terms.


HB717 $DPH - Firearm Violence Study

Synopsis As Introduced
Appropriates $150,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Public Health for the implementation and administration of the Firearm Violence Prevention and Reduction Study Act. Effective immediately.

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