The Illinois General Assembly has shot down Governor Quinn’s changes to a concealed carry bill. There wasn't even any debate in the House on whether Quinn's ideas were worth considering. Quinn wanted people to carry only one gun at a time, with no more than ten-rounds of ammo. He also didn't want guns in places where alcohol is served.
Seventy-seven state reps voted against Quinn, keeping the original bill in-tact. The Senate also voted overwhelmingly to override Quinn's veto, 44-17. The Illinois State Police must be ready to accept applications in six months. Officials expect 300,000 to apply in the first year.