Gun laws are no less contentious after a ruling on concealed weapons in Illinois last July. DNAinfo Chicago reports:
"ALBANY PARK — Illinois' concealed carry law bans guns from establishments that derive more than 50 percent of their business from alcohol sales. But people can get just as drunk, and make equally rash decisions, at restaurants that serve beer, wine and cocktails, said state Rep. Ann Williams (D-Chicago).
As such, Williams, who voted against concealed carry, announced she's introducing a bill that would ban guns from any establishment that serves alcohol.
The lawmaker appeared at 'Meet Your Representatives Night' on Wednesday, hosted by a coalition of Albany Park and Irving Park community organizations.
State Sen. Iris Martinez (D-Chicago) joined Williams on a panel of state legislators and also stated her continued opposition to concealed carry."