Bill Sponsor
Illinois House Bill 3641
Session 103rd
Capital Dev Bd-Local Gov Reg
Became Law
Became Law
Became Law on Nov 17, 2023
Sponsors
Democrat
Kelly M. Burke
Democrat
William Cunningham
First Action
Feb 17, 2023
Latest Action
Nov 17, 2023
Origin Chamber
House
Type
Bill
Bill Number
3641
State
Illinois
Session
103rd
Sponsorship by Party
Democrat
Primary
Democrat
Primary
Democrat
Cosponsor
House Votes (1)
checkPassed on March 22, 2023
Motion Text
Third Reading
House Roll Call Votes
Summary
Amends the Capital Development Board Act. Provides that ordinances of units of local government may not be enforced against construction, reconstruction, improvement, or installation of State facilities. Provides that units of local government cannot require payment of permitting fees or require permit inspections for the construction, reconstruction, improvement, or installation of State facilities. Provides that the provisions apply to construction, reconstruction, improvement, or installation of projects that are ongoing on the effective date of the amendatory Act and to all projects started on or after the effective date of the amendatory Act. Provides that the regulation of local ordinances, fees, and inspections affecting the construction, reconstruction, improvement, or installation of State facilities are exclusive powers and functions of the State. Effective immediately. Senate Floor Amendment No. 3 Deletes reference to: 20 ILCS 3105/10.09-1 20 ILCS 3105/10.19 new Adds reference to: 5 ILCS 375/6.11C 20 ILCS 505/5.46 20 ILCS 2605/2605-10 was 20 ILCS 2605/55a in part 20 ILCS 4128/15 20 ILCS 4128/20 30 ILCS 500/20-10 50 ILCS 750/19 50 ILCS 750/30 50 ILCS 750/35 50 ILCS 753/15 105 ILCS 5/21B-20 105 ILCS 5/22-96 105 ILCS 5/27-20.3 from Ch. 122, par. 27-20.3 105 ILCS 5/27-21 from Ch. 122, par. 27-21 225 ILCS 10/2.06 from Ch. 23, par. 2212.06 225 ILCS 10/2.17 from Ch. 23, par. 2212.17 225 ILCS 10/2.35 new 420 ILCS 56/16 705 ILCS 405/1-3 from Ch. 37, par. 801-3 740 ILCS 45/2 740 ILCS 45/10.1 from Ch. 70, par. 80.1 820 ILCS 175/42 Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the State Employees Group Insurance Act of 1971. Modifies provision relating to coverage for injectable medicines to improve glucose or weight loss. Amends the Children and Family Services Act. Modifies provisions relating to applications for Social Security benefits, Supplemental Security Income, veterans benefits, and railroad retirement benefits. Amends the Illinois State Police Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the Illinois State Police may utilize intergovernmental agreements and administrative rules as needed for the effective, efficient implementation of law enforcement and support activities necessary for the protection of a State constitutional official only upon the express written consent of the State constitutional official. Amends the Illinois Procurement Code. Excludes failed bid notice requirements if information pertaining to a failed bid was previously disclosed to a bidder by electronic means. Establishes that if any agency chooses to provide information by electronic means, the agency shall have a written policy outlining how the agency will reasonably ensure the bidder receives the information. Amends the Emergency Telephone System Act. Provides that the Governor's appointments to the Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board shall have a term of 3 years and until their respective successors are appointed (rather than a term of 3 years). Provides that, until June 30, 2025 (rather than June 30, 2023), $0.05 from each surcharge collected and remitted under specified provisions shall be used by the Illinois State Police for grants for NG9-1-1 expenses. Provides that expenditures from surcharge revenues allowable under the Act for operational expenses of public safety answering points within the State include costs for the initial acquisition and installation of road or street signs that are essential to the implementation of the Emergency Telephone System and that are not duplicative of signs that are the responsibility of the jurisdiction charged with maintaining road and street signs, as well as costs incurred to reimburse governmental bodies for the acquisition and installation of those signs, except that expenditures may not be used for ongoing expenses associated with sign maintenance and replacement. Amends the Prepaid Wireless 9-1-1 Surcharge Act. Provides that, beginning January 1, 2024, a home rule municipality having a population in excess of 500,000 may impose a prepaid wireless 9-1-1 surcharge not to exceed 3% per retail transaction (rather than 9% per retail transaction sourced to that jurisdiction). Amends the School Code. Modifies requirements for a provisional career and technical educator endorsement on an Educator License with Stipulations and provisions concerning hiring or assigning priority of educators relating to a licensed educator assigned to physical education, music, or visual arts who does not hold an endorsement in the content area to be taught. Extends the time that instructional materials relating to the Native American genocide in North America shall be prepared and made available on the State Board of Education's website to no later than July 1, 2024 (instead of January 1, 2025). Modifies other requirements relating to preparation and teaching of materials relating to the Native American genocide in North America and the teaching of history of the United States. Makes other changes. Amends the Child Care Act of 1969. Provides that the definition of "child care institution" includes any qualified residential treatment program. Provides that the definition of "foster family home" means the home of an individual or family: (1) that is licensed or approved by the state in which it is situated as a foster family home that meets the standards established for the licensing or approval; and (2) in which a child in foster care has been placed in the care of an individual who resides with the child and who has been licensed or approved by the state to be a foster parent and satisfies additional requirements. Defines "qualified residential treatment program". Amends the Laser Safety Act of 1997. Provides that each laser installation (rather than each laser installation whose function is for the use of a temporary laser display) shall use a laser safety officer. Amends the Juvenile Court Act of 1987. Provides that the definition of "residential treatment center" includes a qualified residential treatment program under the Child Care Act of 1969. Amends the Crime Victims Compensation Act. Modifies the definitions of "applicant", "pecuniary loss", and "victim", and makes conforming changes. Amends the Day and Temporary Labor Services Act. In a provision concerning equal pay for equal work, specifies that the calculation of the 90 calendar days may not begin until April 1, 2024. Effective immediately.
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