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Illinois Considers AR-15 Ban Due to Perceived Lethality
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Illinois Considers AR-15 Ban Due to Perceived Lethality

Illinois finds itself in the midst of legal cases involving the ban on AR-15s and other semi-automatic rifles. At the center of the argument is the government's claim that these weapons are uniquely lethal and not suitable for civilian use. This article aims to examine the different perspectives surrounding the ban and shed light on the underlying constitutional rights at stake.

Ground Breaking Supreme Court Decision Strikes Down Suppressor Restrictions!

In a significant development, two lawsuits are making headway in challenging the state ban on suppressor purchase and possession in Illinois. The cases, Morse V Raul and Anderson V Raul, have been filed in separate federal District Courts within the state. Their aim is to remove the restrictions on suppressors, also known as silencers, and potentially set a groundbreaking precedent by declaring such bans as unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.

Seventh Circuit Holds Oral Arguments on Assault Weapon Ban

Arguments show bias against Second Amendment rights and Supreme Court rulings

Governor Pritzker's Plan for Complete Civilian Disarmament Revealed

Illinois Governor openly expresses desire to ban all semi-automatic firearms