County officials mull policy changes in response to concealed carry legislation
GENEVA – By this summer, Illinois lawmakers will enact legislation that will allow those in the state to legally carry concealed firearms.
But as the legislation takes shape, those who oversee operations at Kane County’s courthouses and safety at various public buildings say the county should plan policies to respond to whatever rules are produced from Springfield.
“There are still lots of ‘ifs’ surrounding this issue,” Kane County Chief Judge Judith Brawka said. “So my suggestion is to begin planning now so we’ll know how we’re going to react to what comes in the legislation without coming under a time crunch.”
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