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

 

Bill No.: HB 1322

An Act Concerning: Regulation

Creates the Hospital Licensure Fund.

Action: Signed

Effective: Immediately

 

Bill No.: HB 3748

An Act Concerning: State Government

Extends the deadline for the Commission to End the Disparities Facing the African American Community to report to the General Assembly.

Action: Signed

Effective: Immediately

 

Bill No.: HB 4083

An Act Concerning: Courts

Clarifies the duties of the Departments of Corrections and Juvenile Justice.

Action: Signed

Effective: Jan. 1, 2015.

 

Bill No.: HB 4442

An Act Concerning: Transportation

Extends the date of the Traffic Stop Statistical Study to July 1, 2019.

Action: Signed

Effective: Immediately

 

Bill No.: HB 4663

An Act Concerning: Animals

Restructures two committees within the Department of Agriculture to better respond to animal disease outbreaks.

Action: Signed

Effective: Immediately

 

Bill No.: HB 4767

An Act Concerning: Education

Extends the dates by which students may be admitted to and must complete an accredited alternative certification program.

Action: Signed

Effective: Immediately

 

Bill No.: HB 4781

An Act Concerning: Corrections

Modifies procedures within the Department of Juvenile Justice.

Action: Signed

Effective: Jan. 1, 2015

 

Bill No.: HB 5410

An Act Concerning: Public Health

Aligns the Lead Poisoning Prevention Act with federal regulations.

Action: Signed

Effective: Jan. 1, 2015

 

 

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