The Illinois state legislature’s Judicial Committee is set to vote on Rep. Edward J. Acevedo’s SB2899 some time today. The 11-member committee’s made-up of seven Democrats and four Republicans; it’s highly likely the unconscionably unconstitutional gun ban bill will pass. And that’ll be it for today. SB2899 will then go to the House for a floor vote on Monday, where gun rights advocates have the best chance of strangling the bill at birth. If SB2899 makes it through the House, that’s it for the day. On Tuesday, the Senate gets its chance to ram the government gun grab down its citizens’ throats. If that happens, and it very well could, SB2899 lands on the Governor’s desk on Wednesday. If so, Quinn will sign it. The very next day, Thursday, the bill’s provision would go into effect. Sales of “assault weapons” and ANY semi-automatic firearm will stop. At that point, the Second Amendment Foundation, the NRA and Co. hit the courts. So Monday’s the big day. Watch this space.