The Illinois Foid Card Metal Disability Bill (SB2213) passed the Illinois Senate unanimously (53 yeas, 0 naes) on April 22nd. It then passed the Illinois House on April 24th, also unanimously (114 yeas, 0 naes). It is now to be sent to Governor Rauner for decision. It is expected Rauner will approve SB2213.
SB2213 amends The FOID Card Act and requires that anyone who is considered a mentally disabled by a judge, gets reported to the Illinois State Police. Subsequently their firearm rights, in the form of their Firearm Owner Identification card, will most likely then be terminated.<!–more–>
The full text of the bill may be seen here: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/billstatus.asp?DocNum=2213&GAID=13&GA=99&DocTypeID=SB&LegID=93107&SessionID=88