Three New Bills Could Add Extra Layer Of Security To Buying Gun
In this Tuesday, May 31, 2016 photo, Illinois lawmakers press ahead on the last day of the spring legislative session inside the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. After failing again to approve a state spending plan, Rauner and Democratic leaders in the Illiniois Legislature look to move past a chaotic night and convince voters the other side is to blame for the state's enormous mess. But there's huge political risk for both sides leading up to the November election. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
Some lawmakers are working to add another layer of security before people can buy a gun. Three new bills in the Illinois legislature all look to use fingerprints to do more thorough background checks on those buying guns. The bills come in response to the deadly mass shooting in an Aurora workplace in February.