Illinois governor Pat Quinn is expected to veto a new concealed carry bill, according to Attorney General Lisa Madigan in a report from the Chicago Tribune. Even though the legislation was overwhelmingly passed by the state legislature, Madigan expects that the governor will propose another compromise to the already much compromised bill. Illinois is being forced to adopt a plan for concealed carry by the middle of next month, a deadline that has already been pushed back. To read more about this breaking story, please click here.