‘Home Protection’ Gun Bill Passes Illinois House

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Objections from urban-area lawmakers failed to stop a measure Wednesday that would allow citizens who break city gun ownership laws to avoid fines incurred while using firearms in self-defense. The Illinois House passed legislation 86-25 that was inspired by the case of a Wilmette man who shot an intruder last December with a gun forbidden
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