While the House spent ninety minutes addressing minor bills and resolutions, observers were left to wonder, “If this is what they’re addressing, why is the House meeting at all?” But the a promise was made after Wednesday’s session, when Rep. Marty Moylan (D-Des Plaines) told The Daily Line that he would bring up his bump stock ban measure, HB4117, as soon as legislative counsel could draw up improved language on trigger locks.

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