CHICAGO (CBS) — Gun rights and gun control advocates brought their countering messages to Palos Heights Saturday.

The Palos-Orland League of Women Voters hosted a gun control meeting at the public library.

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Organizers say they want Governor Bruce Rauner’s recent veto of the gun dealer licensing act overturned.

But not everyone who attended the meeting agreed.

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“I wanted to explain why the bill will decrease the amount of crimes that are committed with guns that illegally purchased in Illinois,” said organizer Sara Knizhnik.

“They claim that it’s a public health crisis, but I have yet to see the statistics that backup that statement,” said Tim Stoub from Peotone.

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The meeting comes as gun rights supporters held rallies across the country.