Governor Quinn Takes Bill Action **Monday, July 15, 2013** Print
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Written by Grant Klinzman   
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 07:59

CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today took action on the following bills:

Bill No.: HB 1533

An Act Concerning: State Government

Exempts employees of the Illinois Sentencing Policy Advisory Council from provisions of the Personnel Code and expands the eligibility for judges able to be appointed thereto.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: HB 2754

An Act Concerning: Transportation

Creates the National Wild Turkey Federation license plate and the Curing Childhood Cancer license plate.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Jan. 1

Bill No.: HB 2771

An Act Concerning: Children

Exempts private attorney-client communications from the reporting requirements of the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: HB 3359

An Act Concerning: Regulation

Creates the Precious Metal Purchasers Task Force.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: HB 3370

An Act Concerning: Local Government

Expands the categories of expenses for which the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago may levy taxes.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 30

An Act Concerning: Government

Creates the Thomson United States Penitentiary Cession Act.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 32

An Act Concerning: State Government

Eliminates requirement that Department of Human Services create a medical advisory panel.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 33

An Act Concerning: Safety

Authorizes electronic reporting of environmental data.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 47

An Act Concerning: Public Aid

Allows the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to send notice of service via facsimile or electronic mail.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 48

An Act Concerning: Civil Law

Repeals the Unified Child Support Services Act.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 62

An Act Concerning: Health

Changes the definition of “Clinical Psychologist”.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 63

An Act Concerning: State Government

Changes the composition of the State Rehabilitation Council and makes other technical changes.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 70

An Act Concerning: Gaming

Exempts licensed video gaming establishments from the location restriction if a school or place of worship moves to or is established within the restricted area after the date on which the licensed video gaming establishment obtained its original liquor license.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 72

An Act Concerning: Safety

Makes technical changes to several Acts to address the Environmental Protection Agency’s audit findings.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 93

An Act Concerning: State Government

Permits the placement of detained sexually violent persons in the Chester Mental Health Center.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 922

An Act Concerning: Transportation

Permits tow trucks to use white and/or amber oscillating, rotating, or flashing lights.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1169

An Act Concerning: Civil Law

Permits the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to remove the termination date from the income withholding notice for child support.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1191

An Act Concerning: Civil Law

Eliminates the requirement that the Department of Children and Family Services provide a printed copy of the comprehensive list of the unsafe children’s products to certain child care facilities.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1213

An Act Concerning: Juvenile Justice

Provides for the indemnification of individuals or organizations that contract with the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), and cleans up statutory references to reflect DJJ’s creation as a separate state agency.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1225

An Act Concerning: Aging

Repeals the Senior Citizens Child Care Support Act.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1292

An Act Concerning: Health Facilities

Increases transparency by requiring the Department of Public Health to issue a report of fines received from nursing homes.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1293

An Act Concerning: Warehouses

Changes the refrigerated warehouse licensing cycle for renewals from calendar year to fiscal year.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1321

An Act Concerning: Public Health

Revises information which must be contained in the Department of Public Health’s Annual Report regarding its prostate cancer screening program.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Jan. 1

Bill No.: SB 1322

An Act Concerning: Criminal Law

Requires that the examination to determine whether a person is sexually dangerous be conducted by two qualified evaluators.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1340

An Act Concerning: Civil Law

Exempts DCFS from payment of guardian ad litem fees in specified instances.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

Bill No.: SB 1603

An Act Concerning: Finance

Makes several changes that allow the Illinois Finance Authority to operate more efficiently and finance several new projects.

Action: Signed

Effective Date: Immediate

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