It could be months before anyone can actually bring a gun outside the home in Illinois under the state’s new concealed carry law.
But a separate provision of the law has already taken effect. Beginning this weekend, communities will no longer have the ability to enact restrictions on assault weapons.
The law legislators passed for July 9 gave communities ten days to place local limits on the sale, possession, and transport of so-called “assault weapons.”
Nicole Chen called that “ludicrous” and a decision that shouldn’t be left to the state.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority has agreed to increase its financial incentive package for Iowa Fertilizer Company.
Lee County is now in a “wait-and-see” mode following a court ruling late last week.
The financial challenges facing the Nauvoo-Colusa School District have it taking a much closer look at its future.
Dr Patrick Twomey feels he was well prepared when he took over as the head of Macomb School District 185 on July 1.