§ 430 ILCS 66/1 Short title
§ 430 ILCS 66/5 Definitions
§ 430 ILCS 66/10 Issuance of licenses to carry a concealed firearm
§ 430 ILCS 66/10.5 Electronic concealed carry licenses
§ 430 ILCS 66/10.6 Email and text messages notifications
§ 430 ILCS 66/15 Objections by law enforcement agencies
§ 430 ILCS 66/20 Concealed Carry Licensing Review Board
§ 430 ILCS 66/25 Qualifications for a license
§ 430 ILCS 66/30 Contents of license application
§ 430 ILCS 66/35 Investigation of the applicant
§ 430 ILCS 66/40 Non-resident license applications
§ 430 ILCS 66/45 Civil immunity; Board, employees, and agents
§ 430 ILCS 66/50 License renewal
§ 430 ILCS 66/55 Change of address or name; lost, destroyed, or stolen licenses
§ 430 ILCS 66/60 Fees
§ 430 ILCS 66/65 Prohibited areas
§ 430 ILCS 66/66 Illinois State Police to monitor databases for firearms prohibitors
§ 430 ILCS 66/70 Violations
§ 430 ILCS 66/75 Applicant firearm training
§ 430 ILCS 66/80 Certified firearms instructors
§ 430 ILCS 66/85 Background checks for sales
§ 430 ILCS 66/87 Administrative and judicial review
§ 430 ILCS 66/90 Preemption
§ 430 ILCS 66/95 Procurement; rulemaking
§ 430 ILCS 66/100 Short title
§ 430 ILCS 66/105 Duty of school administrator
§ 430 ILCS 66/110 Immunity
§ 430 ILCS 66/135 The State Finance Act is amended by repealing Section 5.206
§ 430 ILCS 66/195 No acceleration or delay
§ 430 ILCS 66/999 Effective date

Terms Used In Illinois Compiled Statutes > 430 ILCS 66 - Firearm Concealed Carry Act

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