Measure on firearm-liability coverage fails to clear Ill. House

03/22/2013 | Insurance Journal

An Illinois bill seeking to require individuals who have concealed weapons to carry $1 million in liability insurance has been voted down in the state House. People would pay up to $2,000 for such coverage, said state Rep. Kenneth Dunkin, D-Chicago, who filed the bill. Other lawmakers said that amount would be too costly for the insurance and that such coverage is not offered by the insurance industry.

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