(Chicago, IL) — The Illinois Senate has passed a new version of the gun dealer regulation bill that Governor Rauner vetoed earlier this year. The bill requires private gun sellers to keep detailed records. In the case of shops, it required them to certify to the state that their inventory is secure, the store is monitored and the staff is trained. Senator Chris Nybo says the bill puts dealers on notice that if they don’t conduct business responsibly, the state will come after them. The bill now moves to the House. Governor Rauner said the previous version was too burdensome for small business owners.
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