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FULL LIST OF NEW ILLINOIS LAWS: Bill Number and Description SB 1102 Prohibits the state or any local government from indemnifying or providing legal representation for any employee in a criminal proceeding arising out of the employee's government employment HB 1260 Classifies online logins, biometric data and health info as protected information; updates how groups notify the public of a data breach HB 5913 Requires licensed plumbers to complete 4 hours of continuing education each year SB 0637 Makes changes to Illinois law to comply with federal REAL ID regulations SB 2589 Provides the Director of the Insurance Department greater authority and oversight for approving risk retention groups' corporate governance procedures and structures HB 4517 Eliminates the Center for Comprehensive Health Planning HB 4826 "Regional teams that investigate fatalities of elders shall meet not less than 4 times a year (currently 6 times a year) to discuss cases for possible review" SB 1120 Makes it a felony if over 0 in rental equipment is not returned within 3 days after the rental period has expired SB 2459 Allows use of video conferencing equipment in hearings concerning use of psychotropic medicine or electroconvulsive therapy SB 2787 Requires that health carriers submit reports to Director of Insurance by June 1 instead of March 1. SB 2918 Provides that if specified notice is submitted then an employer may request that the unused portion of a terminated licensee's pesticide applicator or operator license term be transferred to a newly certified or re-certified individual.
January 1 is the effective date for almost 200 new state laws passed by the General Assembly and signed by the governor in 2016.
The Senate Democrats have published their top ten list for 2017.
A new law repealing the "tampon tax" changes that, so feminine products will now be taxed at the same rate as necessity products like shampoo.
In addition, a new 2017 law requires all insurance companies to provide birth control coverage for up to 12 months at a time.
SB 2920 Makes changes to the composition of the Commission on Environmental Justice SB 2963 Asserts that the state has implemented an aluminum can recycling program HB 0538 Designates the pirogue -- a long narrow canoe made from a single tree trunk -- as the official state artifact HB 4562 Amends the Illinois Human Rights Act to increase the amount of civil penalities for civil rights violations related to real estate transactions HB 5593 Substance abuse programs licensed by DHS must provide educational info on opioid treatment options, including use of medication for opioid addiction and overdose, how to administer naloxone.
SFA #2 clarifies by stating the Commission must coordinate with the Genetic and Metabolic Disease Advisory committee. HB 4683 Creates procedures on how pending criminal conviction appeals are handled if the defendant passes away HB 4966 Addresses licensing of a foster care home where there are quality of care concerns HB 5603 Contains several minor changes to legislation authorizing the use of video or audio surveillance in a nursing home resident's room, including that if a new roommate does not consent to monitoring, the facility must disable the device and requires Department of Public Health to create rules to administer the law HB 5912 Clarifies that a person riding a bicycle has all the rights applicable to a driver of a vehicle, including those regarding a vehicle's right-of-way HB 6331 Provides that the State Police shall notify local law enforcement agencies that have jurisdiction of a revocation of a FOID card due to an existing order of protection SB 2300 Requires landords to notify potential tenants of lead hazards and reduce the hazard before leasing apartment SB 2823 Allows a school board to hire a real estate broker to sell a structure renovated or built by students as part of a school project SB 2861 Creates a national guard military justice system SB 2875 A court may grant law enforcement's request for location surveillance information through testimony made through electronic means between requestor and judge if there is clear and present danger from imminent use of force, kidnapping, or occupation of any premises or hijacking of a vehicle.
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.
Currently, without these clarifying provisions, children who are born of assisted reproductive may be the subject of legal disputes over who has parental rights and obligations.
HB 4036 Mandates employers provide unpaid work weeks of leave to any employee who is a victim of domestic or sexual violence or has a family member who is a victim; amount of allowed time off is determined based on the size of the business HB 4264 Imposes domestic violence education requirements on those seeking barber/hair stylist/cosmetologist licensure HB 4447 States the Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity and other fors must include full tax ID or Social Security number of the parents and may only be challenged upon showing of fraud or maternal mistake, and must be brought within two years of completion of the form.