Clarendon Hills to consider assault weapons ban
CLARENDON HILLS – The Clarendon Hills Village Board on Monday will consider an ordinance limiting the possession of assault weapons after the passage of concealed carry legislation by the General Assembly.
A provision of the new law prevents local governments from adopting local regulations on assault weapons except for within 10 days of the law’s passing, which is July 19.
The Village Board will consider an ordinance that makes it illegal to possess certain assault weapons, generally defined as guns with higher capacity and advanced features.
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