Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed two traffic safety measures Monday. Quinn said in a press release that the new laws are “common sense measures that will help all motorists in Illinois arrive at their destinations safely.”
Reporting from Illinois Public Radio's Amanda Vinicky used in this report.
Governor Pat Quinn sent a message Tuesday asking lawmakers to reject a plan that would allow concealed carrying of firearms. But an Illinois House committee ignored Quinn and advanced the measure. It could be called for a floor vote this week.
Quinn says he doesn't want residents carrying loaded guns.