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SB 2972 Allows retirees to choose separation benefits rather than retirement annuities if they would be less than 0 per month.

SB 3106 Expands the definition of people with intellectual disabilities in the criminal code when hearsay exceptions are provided SB 3166 Requires mortgagees to use the term "plaintiff" rather than "landlord" in an action brought by a mortgagee who assumes control of the residential real estate in foreclosure through state means SB 3284 Allows specified counties to hold admin hearings for county or local gov ordinance violations under certain circumstances HB 1288 Creates a Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights HB 3363 Requires that the Chairperson of the Recyclable Metal Theft Task Force appoint a representative of a local exchange carrier doing business in Illinois as one of its public members HB 3554 "Amends the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act regarding departmental wage recovery; remittance to aggrieved employee." HB 3898 The bill provides that the intended parent is the legal parent of any resulting child and may seek a court order confirming the existence of a parent-child relationship.

HB 4606 Creates an appeal process for students found in violation of residency requirements HB 5472 Expands the definition of "victim" under the Crime Victims Compensation Act HB 5576 Mandates insurance companies provide coverage for all contraceptive drugs approved by the FDA HB 5660 Amends Public Construction Bond Act.

SB 2956 Requires buildings to be more accessible to individuals with disabilities SB 3104 Makes the failure of reporting apprenticeship reports a violation for entities subject to the State Construction Minority and Female Building Trades Act SB 0210 Bans the sale of "bath salts" and allows local gov'ts to revoke a retailer's license if a violation occurs HB 4715 Allows courts to fine public bodies between ,500 and ,000 if they willfuly and intentionally failed to comply with FOIA and also allows for a

HB 4606 Creates an appeal process for students found in violation of residency requirements HB 5472 Expands the definition of "victim" under the Crime Victims Compensation Act HB 5576 Mandates insurance companies provide coverage for all contraceptive drugs approved by the FDA HB 5660 Amends Public Construction Bond Act.

SB 2956 Requires buildings to be more accessible to individuals with disabilities SB 3104 Makes the failure of reporting apprenticeship reports a violation for entities subject to the State Construction Minority and Female Building Trades Act SB 0210 Bans the sale of "bath salts" and allows local gov'ts to revoke a retailer's license if a violation occurs HB 4715 Allows courts to fine public bodies between $2,500 and $10,000 if they willfuly and intentionally failed to comply with FOIA and also allows for a $1,000 daily fine if the public body fails to comply with the court's order after 30 days; if public body fails to act within 30 days to address FOIA, presumed to have willfully failed to comply; HB 6083 Changes the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims HB 6181 "States that, if a teacher earns more than the required number of professional development hoursduring a renewal cycle, the teacher may carry over any hours earned from April 1 to June 30 of the last year of the renewal cycle" HB 2262 Creates options for satisfying the $2,000,000 liability insurance for school bus drivers HB 3239 Amends the Chicago School District Article of the School Code by allowing 17 year olds to run for election as a community resident of a Local School Council (LSC) HB 4105 Allows motorcycles rear lights to be blue HB 4327 Requires DCFS to provide information on respite care, etc. HB 4425 Creates procedures to coordinate with federal regulations if children of military parents suffer child abuse HB 5527 Requires tax preparers to provide their PTIN on any return they prepared and filed with the Department of Revenue HB 5566 "Expands P-20 Council's duties to make higher education affordable." HB 5651 Allows vehicle owner's to select their birthday as the vehicle's registration expiration date HB 5781 Allows police officers and coroners to dispose unused meds found at the scene of death after consulting law enforcement investigatng the death; ; medication shall be retained in the event an autopsy is performed for toxicological analysis purposes HB 5930 Requires IDES to monitor the employment progress of minorities and women in the workforce; Requires nursing agencies to perform background checks on nurse aides through the Health Care Worker Registry; shall issue biennial report rather than annual HB 5933 Removes provisions giving the Local Food, Farms, and Jobs Council responsibility to develop, in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, a label and certification program.

when an investigation of alleged child abuse does not result in the placement of a child outside the home HB 4330 Requires state higher education institutions to accept the State Seal of Bilteracy as the equivalent of two years of foreign language taken during high school; also requires state higher education institutions to establish criteria to translate a seal into course credit HB 4379 Requires non-home run units of local government, school districts and community college districts to regulate travel expenses HB 4387 Changes the Illinois Aeronautics Act to require pilots to register their federal flying credentials with the state for a one time $20 fee HB 4697 Provides protections for owners or beneficiary of a land trust HB 4999 Prohibits an employer or prospective employer to request or require an employee or applicant to authenticate or access a personal online account in the presence of the employer HB 5696 Defines "acceptable technological means" HB 5723 Provides that a person convicted of operating a vehicle without an insurance policy shall be guilty of a petty offense instead of a business offense SB 2252 Requires police to accept currency for cash bail or bail deposits SB 2303 Requires excess balances in certain funds to be transferred to GRF by Aug. HB 6010 The offense of vehicular endangerment includes striking a motor vehicle by causing an object to fall from an overpass in the direction of a moving vehicle with the intent to strike a motor vehicle while it is traveling upon a highway in this state SB 2704 Clarifies the definitions of clinical observation and medical monitoring for EMS personnel SB 2805 Adds two members to the Illinois Electronic Recording Commission.

HB 4462 Allows state police, local police and other entities to administer epinephrine and be trained on how to administer it HB 6086 Adds length of time children are on the PUNS list as a criteria for priortizing services HB 6109 Establishes a pilot program for the Supreme Court to begin accepting petitions for temporary orders of protection electronically HB 6123 Requires National Guard members to undergo pre and post-deployment testing for depleted uranium HB 6131 Requires driver education teachers instruct students on proper actions to take during a traffic stop HB 6190 Adds traffic offense and class 4 felony violation of the Controlled Substances act to the Accelerated Resolution Program (Rocket Docket) and extends the repeal of the program to June 30, 2019 HB 6225 Allows small businesses that partner with outsourcing companies to maintain its own workers' compensation insurance HB 6226 Allows local governments to consult a highway design publication outside of IDOT's bureau of local roads and streets manual.

HB 6245 "Removes the restriction that managing brokers and brokers can earn no more than 6 hours of continuing education credit in one calendar day." HB 6285 Requires mobile home park owners to accept rent payments even if a violation fine has been issued HB 6287 Provides that no egg shall be offered for sale for consumers use 45 days or more after candling SB 0321 Extends repeal date of River Edge Redevelopment Zone Act SB 2533 Compels the executive director of a water reclamation district board to appoint an administrative services officer SB 2833 Allows rulings related to violated county codes to be enforced by hearing officers SB 2835 Requires vehicles to stop before passing or driving past a stopped school bus on a public school highway; Removes highways on public school property from the classification of non-designated highways SB 2840 Allows regional superintendents to waive fees for homeless students wishing to take the High School Equivalency Test SB 2842 Requires that the transfer of real property to a trust have a transfer of legal title to the trustee SB 2906 Requires DHS to treat high school participation as core activities for TANF recipients.

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HB 4606 Creates an appeal process for students found in violation of residency requirements HB 5472 Expands the definition of "victim" under the Crime Victims Compensation Act HB 5576 Mandates insurance companies provide coverage for all contraceptive drugs approved by the FDA HB 5660 Amends Public Construction Bond Act.SB 2956 Requires buildings to be more accessible to individuals with disabilities SB 3104 Makes the failure of reporting apprenticeship reports a violation for entities subject to the State Construction Minority and Female Building Trades Act SB 0210 Bans the sale of "bath salts" and allows local gov'ts to revoke a retailer's license if a violation occurs HB 4715 Allows courts to fine public bodies between $2,500 and $10,000 if they willfuly and intentionally failed to comply with FOIA and also allows for a $1,000 daily fine if the public body fails to comply with the court's order after 30 days; if public body fails to act within 30 days to address FOIA, presumed to have willfully failed to comply; HB 6083 Changes the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims HB 6181 "States that, if a teacher earns more than the required number of professional development hoursduring a renewal cycle, the teacher may carry over any hours earned from April 1 to June 30 of the last year of the renewal cycle" HB 2262 Creates options for satisfying the $2,000,000 liability insurance for school bus drivers HB 3239 Amends the Chicago School District Article of the School Code by allowing 17 year olds to run for election as a community resident of a Local School Council (LSC) HB 4105 Allows motorcycles rear lights to be blue HB 4327 Requires DCFS to provide information on respite care, etc. HB 4425 Creates procedures to coordinate with federal regulations if children of military parents suffer child abuse HB 5527 Requires tax preparers to provide their PTIN on any return they prepared and filed with the Department of Revenue HB 5566 "Expands P-20 Council's duties to make higher education affordable." HB 5651 Allows vehicle owner's to select their birthday as the vehicle's registration expiration date HB 5781 Allows police officers and coroners to dispose unused meds found at the scene of death after consulting law enforcement investigatng the death; ; medication shall be retained in the event an autopsy is performed for toxicological analysis purposes HB 5930 Requires IDES to monitor the employment progress of minorities and women in the workforce; Requires nursing agencies to perform background checks on nurse aides through the Health Care Worker Registry; shall issue biennial report rather than annual HB 5933 Removes provisions giving the Local Food, Farms, and Jobs Council responsibility to develop, in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, a label and certification program.when an investigation of alleged child abuse does not result in the placement of a child outside the home HB 4330 Requires state higher education institutions to accept the State Seal of Bilteracy as the equivalent of two years of foreign language taken during high school; also requires state higher education institutions to establish criteria to translate a seal into course credit HB 4379 Requires non-home run units of local government, school districts and community college districts to regulate travel expenses HB 4387 Changes the Illinois Aeronautics Act to require pilots to register their federal flying credentials with the state for a one time $20 fee HB 4697 Provides protections for owners or beneficiary of a land trust HB 4999 Prohibits an employer or prospective employer to request or require an employee or applicant to authenticate or access a personal online account in the presence of the employer HB 5696 Defines "acceptable technological means" HB 5723 Provides that a person convicted of operating a vehicle without an insurance policy shall be guilty of a petty offense instead of a business offense SB 2252 Requires police to accept currency for cash bail or bail deposits SB 2303 Requires excess balances in certain funds to be transferred to GRF by Aug. HB 6010 The offense of vehicular endangerment includes striking a motor vehicle by causing an object to fall from an overpass in the direction of a moving vehicle with the intent to strike a motor vehicle while it is traveling upon a highway in this state SB 2704 Clarifies the definitions of clinical observation and medical monitoring for EMS personnel SB 2805 Adds two members to the Illinois Electronic Recording Commission.HB 4462 Allows state police, local police and other entities to administer epinephrine and be trained on how to administer it HB 6086 Adds length of time children are on the PUNS list as a criteria for priortizing services HB 6109 Establishes a pilot program for the Supreme Court to begin accepting petitions for temporary orders of protection electronically HB 6123 Requires National Guard members to undergo pre and post-deployment testing for depleted uranium HB 6131 Requires driver education teachers instruct students on proper actions to take during a traffic stop HB 6190 Adds traffic offense and class 4 felony violation of the Controlled Substances act to the Accelerated Resolution Program (Rocket Docket) and extends the repeal of the program to June 30, 2019 HB 6225 Allows small businesses that partner with outsourcing companies to maintain its own workers' compensation insurance HB 6226 Allows local governments to consult a highway design publication outside of IDOT's bureau of local roads and streets manual.HB 6245 "Removes the restriction that managing brokers and brokers can earn no more than 6 hours of continuing education credit in one calendar day." HB 6285 Requires mobile home park owners to accept rent payments even if a violation fine has been issued HB 6287 Provides that no egg shall be offered for sale for consumers use 45 days or more after candling SB 0321 Extends repeal date of River Edge Redevelopment Zone Act SB 2533 Compels the executive director of a water reclamation district board to appoint an administrative services officer SB 2833 Allows rulings related to violated county codes to be enforced by hearing officers SB 2835 Requires vehicles to stop before passing or driving past a stopped school bus on a public school highway; Removes highways on public school property from the classification of non-designated highways SB 2840 Allows regional superintendents to waive fees for homeless students wishing to take the High School Equivalency Test SB 2842 Requires that the transfer of real property to a trust have a transfer of legal title to the trustee SB 2906 Requires DHS to treat high school participation as core activities for TANF recipients.

,000 daily fine if the public body fails to comply with the court's order after 30 days; if public body fails to act within 30 days to address FOIA, presumed to have willfully failed to comply; HB 6083 Changes the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims HB 6181 "States that, if a teacher earns more than the required number of professional development hoursduring a renewal cycle, the teacher may carry over any hours earned from April 1 to June 30 of the last year of the renewal cycle" HB 2262 Creates options for satisfying the ,000,000 liability insurance for school bus drivers HB 3239 Amends the Chicago School District Article of the School Code by allowing 17 year olds to run for election as a community resident of a Local School Council (LSC) HB 4105 Allows motorcycles rear lights to be blue HB 4327 Requires DCFS to provide information on respite care, etc. HB 4425 Creates procedures to coordinate with federal regulations if children of military parents suffer child abuse HB 5527 Requires tax preparers to provide their PTIN on any return they prepared and filed with the Department of Revenue HB 5566 "Expands P-20 Council's duties to make higher education affordable." HB 5651 Allows vehicle owner's to select their birthday as the vehicle's registration expiration date HB 5781 Allows police officers and coroners to dispose unused meds found at the scene of death after consulting law enforcement investigatng the death; ; medication shall be retained in the event an autopsy is performed for toxicological analysis purposes HB 5930 Requires IDES to monitor the employment progress of minorities and women in the workforce; Requires nursing agencies to perform background checks on nurse aides through the Health Care Worker Registry; shall issue biennial report rather than annual HB 5933 Removes provisions giving the Local Food, Farms, and Jobs Council responsibility to develop, in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, a label and certification program.

when an investigation of alleged child abuse does not result in the placement of a child outside the home HB 4330 Requires state higher education institutions to accept the State Seal of Bilteracy as the equivalent of two years of foreign language taken during high school; also requires state higher education institutions to establish criteria to translate a seal into course credit HB 4379 Requires non-home run units of local government, school districts and community college districts to regulate travel expenses HB 4387 Changes the Illinois Aeronautics Act to require pilots to register their federal flying credentials with the state for a one time fee HB 4697 Provides protections for owners or beneficiary of a land trust HB 4999 Prohibits an employer or prospective employer to request or require an employee or applicant to authenticate or access a personal online account in the presence of the employer HB 5696 Defines "acceptable technological means" HB 5723 Provides that a person convicted of operating a vehicle without an insurance policy shall be guilty of a petty offense instead of a business offense SB 2252 Requires police to accept currency for cash bail or bail deposits SB 2303 Requires excess balances in certain funds to be transferred to GRF by Aug. HB 6010 The offense of vehicular endangerment includes striking a motor vehicle by causing an object to fall from an overpass in the direction of a moving vehicle with the intent to strike a motor vehicle while it is traveling upon a highway in this state SB 2704 Clarifies the definitions of clinical observation and medical monitoring for EMS personnel SB 2805 Adds two members to the Illinois Electronic Recording Commission.

HB 4462 Allows state police, local police and other entities to administer epinephrine and be trained on how to administer it HB 6086 Adds length of time children are on the PUNS list as a criteria for priortizing services HB 6109 Establishes a pilot program for the Supreme Court to begin accepting petitions for temporary orders of protection electronically HB 6123 Requires National Guard members to undergo pre and post-deployment testing for depleted uranium HB 6131 Requires driver education teachers instruct students on proper actions to take during a traffic stop HB 6190 Adds traffic offense and class 4 felony violation of the Controlled Substances act to the Accelerated Resolution Program (Rocket Docket) and extends the repeal of the program to June 30, 2019 HB 6225 Allows small businesses that partner with outsourcing companies to maintain its own workers' compensation insurance HB 6226 Allows local governments to consult a highway design publication outside of IDOT's bureau of local roads and streets manual.

HB 6245 "Removes the restriction that managing brokers and brokers can earn no more than 6 hours of continuing education credit in one calendar day." HB 6285 Requires mobile home park owners to accept rent payments even if a violation fine has been issued HB 6287 Provides that no egg shall be offered for sale for consumers use 45 days or more after candling SB 0321 Extends repeal date of River Edge Redevelopment Zone Act SB 2533 Compels the executive director of a water reclamation district board to appoint an administrative services officer SB 2833 Allows rulings related to violated county codes to be enforced by hearing officers SB 2835 Requires vehicles to stop before passing or driving past a stopped school bus on a public school highway; Removes highways on public school property from the classification of non-designated highways SB 2840 Allows regional superintendents to waive fees for homeless students wishing to take the High School Equivalency Test SB 2842 Requires that the transfer of real property to a trust have a transfer of legal title to the trustee SB 2906 Requires DHS to treat high school participation as core activities for TANF recipients.

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