yes, but that only applies to new bills signed by new governor, right?. Any bills on the table become dead at the end of the 100th assembly when new Governor and Reps/Sens get inaugurated and the 2 yr 101st general assembly starts. As such new bills have to be filed and voted on by the 101st ILGA, passed and sent to governor.
The new governor, whoever it may be, will be sworn into office in January 2019. If the text of the bill says "effective immediately," then it's effective as soon as the governor signs it, as soon as it passes into law without a signature, or as soon as the general assembly overrides a veto, whichever applies. Otherwise, the effective date would be January 2020 for any bills signed/passed/overridden before June 2019.
Edited by InterestedBystander, 10 August 2018 - 06:13 PM.