We have the popcorn popping as news of a White County, IL judge ruling the FOID card unconstitutional. Ace of Spades had the story today, and Valinda Rowe posted it at Illinois Carry on Thursday. In short, a White County judge ruled in 2018 on the unconstitutionality of the FOID card in a case against a now-divorced, 4' 11" fifty-something woman with a single shot .22 rifle at home charged with possession of a firearm without a FOID card in March 2017.
Motions and counter-motions poured in, and in October 2018, the judge reaffirmed his ruling and expanded upon it. According to Valinda Rowe, the case is now headed to the Illinois Supreme Court thanks to Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul.
This comes on the heels of the Illinois Supreme Court ruling that Illinois' prohibition on TASERS/stun guns is unconstitutional.