In the Moore case, the complaint listed that he was being limited as to the method of carry.
In the Shepard case, all that was plead is that she was not able to carry.
The Moore case resulted in a finding that would cover the Shepard case.
If Shepard would have wrote a similar paragraph as in Moore regarding the state limiting the method of carry then I would agree that the Shepard case is not moot.
But the Shepard case did not .... so I think that the state has a good chance of getting the case terminated.
Shepard is now asking for instant carry for FOID card holders. But the courts, due to the Heller decision, will not bite IMO.
The residents of Illinois should have called their reps and had the amended bill voted down but the veto not overridden IMO...would have been better off.