Illinois lawmakers are sending legislation banning assault weapons to the governor.

The bill will immediately outlaw the sale or manufacture of assault-style rifles in Illinois.

Those currently owning this type of firearm will have to register it with the state police.

Decatur representative Dan Caulkins voted against the measure.

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The bill also aims to fight gun-trafficking and limits handgun magazines to 15 rounds.

It extends firearm orders of protection from six months to a year.