Illinois Gov. Quinn places more restrictions on concealed guns

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SPRINGFIELD, IL. (KPLR) - Illinois Governor Pat Quinn used his veto power to make the state's conceal carry law more restrictive.  

Quinn's changes limit a person to carry one magazine that is capable of holding 10 or fewer bullets, requires a person carrying a gun to have it completely concealed instead of just mostly and bans guns from all places that serve alcohol.

The amended bill now goes back to lawmakers where the general assembly must act before a July 9th deadline.

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