(Chicago, IL) — Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner still isn’t saying what he plans to do or would like to do, with a series of proposed gun laws in Springfield. The governor told reporters on Wednesday that he wants to see bipartisan agreement on gun dealer licensing. He was just as vague on his plans for a proposed ban on bump stocks. Democrats in Springfield are pushing a number of gun control measures and there are plenty of Republicans who disagree. But the governor seems to be staying as far away from the debate as he can.