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HB4729 GPH – Safe Gun Storage Campaign was approved in committee yesterday, subject to the sponsor returning to committee with an amendment making the bill subject to appropriations.

 

 

The House is scheduled for 12:00 Noon and the Senate is scheduled for 10:00 AM.

 

 

 

 

Next Days Scheduled

 

House: 2/18/2022 
Senate: 2/18/2022  2/22/2022

 

 

 

 

House Calendar

 

House Supplemental Calendar 1

 

 

Senate Calendar

 

 

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12:00 Noon


 

HB123 5 Yr Hunting & Fishing License

 

Neutral

 

House Sponsor: Yednock, Niemerg, Walsh, Meier, Kifowit, Chesney, Miller, Scherer, McCombie

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends the Fish and Aquatic Life Code. Provides that residents of this State may obtain a 5-year fishing license. Provides that the fee for a 5-year fishing license is $62.50. Provides that for residents age 65 or older, the fee is one-half of the fee charged for a 5-year fishing license. Provides that for resident veterans of the United States Armed Forces after returning from service abroad or mobilization by the President of the United States, the fee is one-half of the fee charged for a 5-year fishing license. Provides that residents of this State may obtain a 5-year sportsmen's combination license that shall entitle the holder to the same non-commercial fishing privileges as residents holding a license and to the same hunting privileges as residents holding a license to hunt all species under the Wildlife Code. Provides that the 5-year sportsmen's combination license fee shall be $112.50. Provides that a sportsmen's combination license shall not be issued to any individual who would be ineligible for either the fishing or hunting license separately. Provides that for residents age 65 or older, the fee is one-half of the fee charged for a 5-year sportsmen's combination license. Provides that for resident veterans of the United States Armed Forces after returning from service abroad or mobilization by the President of the United States, the fee is one-half of the fee charged for a 5-year sportsmen's combination license. Amends the Wildlife Code. Provides that residents of this State may obtain a 5-year hunting license to hunt all species for $52. Provides that for residents age 65 or older and resident veterans of the United States Armed Forces after returning from service abroad or mobilization by the President of the United States, the fee is one-half of the fee charged for a 5-year hunting license.

 

House Amendment 1 to HB123 – Approved for Consideration

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Reinserts the provisions of the bill as introduced, with the following changes: Further amends the Fish and Aquatic Life Code. Provides that to receive a fishing license at the veteran rate, a veteran must provide to the Department of Natural Resources verification of their service per administrative rule, rather than at one of the Department's 5 regional offices. Provides fees for a 3-year fishing license, rather than a 5-year fishing license. Provides that licenses issued under certain subsections shall expire on March 31 of the 2nd, rather than 4th, year after the year in which the license is issued. Provides that any person whose license, stamps, permits, or any other privilege issued by the Department has been suspended or revoked shall immediately return proof of such privileges to the Department. Provides that the Department, or any law enforcement entity, is authorized to take possession of any proof of privileges. Provides that any person failing to comply with this subsection by possessing a suspended or revoked license, stamp, or permit issued by the Department after having received written notice from the Department or any other State agency or department of such suspension or revocation is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. Further amends the Wildlife Code. Provides that to receive a hunting license at the veteran rate, a veteran must provide to the Department of Natural Resources verification of their service per administrative rule, rather than at one of the Department's 5 regional offices. Provides fees for a 3-year hunting license, rather than a 5-year hunting license. Provides that three-year hunting licenses shall expire on March 31 of the 2nd year after the year in which the license is issued. Provides that any person whose license, stamps, permits, or any other privilege issued by the Department has been suspended or revoked shall immediately return proof of such privileges to the Department. Provides that the Department, or any law enforcement entity, is authorized to take possession of any proof of privileges. Provides that any person failing to comply with this subsection by possessing a suspended or revoked license, stamp, or permit issued by the Department after having received written notice from the Department or any other State agency or department of such suspension or revocation is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.

 

 

 

HB2769 Safety Tech (Microstamping)

 

Oppose

 

House Sponsor: Stoneback, Hirschauer, Slaughter, Harper, Williams, Morgan, Didech, Gabel, Croke, Walker, Moeller, Guzzardi, LaPointe, Rohr, Hernandez (Barbara), Gonzalez, Ammons,, Hernandez (Lisa), Collins, Nichols, Ramirez, Mah, Zalewski, Evans, Cassidy, Robinson, Stava-Murray, Ford, Mayfield

 

Status: Held on 2nd Reading

 

House Amendment 1 to HB2769 - Adopted

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Creates the Microstamping Funding Program Act. Defines terms. Provides that the State shall establish a grant program for law enforcement officers for microstamp-ready firearms. Provides that the grant program shall be administered by the Illinois State Police and the grant funds shall only be used for the purchase of microstamp-ready firearms by law enforcement agencies that are grant recipients. Provides for education and training in relation to the program, as well as for grant application and participation. Provides that the Illinois State Police shall collect certain data related to the program. Provides that any person who knowingly or intentionally changes, alters, removes or obliterates the name of the importer's or manufacturer's serial number or the microstamping mechanism of any firearm commits a Class 2 felony. Provides legislative findings.

 

House Amendment 2 to HB2769 – Adopted

 

Replaces references to the Illinois State Police with references to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

 

House Amendment 3 to HB2769 – Approved for Consideration

 

Corrects drafting errors and removes a penalty provision.

 

House Amendment 4 to HB2769 - Pending

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Reinserts the provisions of the bill as amended by House Amendments No. 1 and 2. Replaces a reference to the Illinois State Police with a reference to a State law enforcement agency. Replaces additional references to the Illinois State Police with references to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. Includes grants for microstamping components. Defines terms. Deletes the provision imposing a criminal penalty for violations of the Act. Provides that grant funds are only to be used for the purchase of microstamp-ready firearms or insertable microstamping components or mechanisms to be installed in firearms. Changes reference in the legislative intent provisions from "a microstamped shell" to "fired cartridge cases, bearing microstamps, found at crime scenes". Makes technical changes to the bill as amended by House Amendment No. 1. Creates the Microstamp-ready Firearms Fund in the State treasury to be administered by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority for the purpose of issuing grants to law enforcement agencies to purchase or replenish microstamp-ready firearms for their officers. Amends the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act. Grants the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority emergency rule making to implement the Microstamping Funding Program Act. Adds an immediate effective date to the bill. Amends the State Finance Act to make conforming changes. Effective immediately.

 

 

 

HB3173 Sch Cd – Gun Safety Course

 

Neutral With Adoption of Senate Amendments

 

House Sponsor: Moeller, Ammons, Hurley, Conroy, Vella, Yednock, Kifowit, Ness

 

Senate Sponsor: Lighford, Van Pelt

 

Status: Pending House Concurrence on Senate Amendments 1, 2, & 3

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends the Courses of Study Article of the School Code. Provides that a school district may offer its students a course on gun safety as part of its curriculum during the school day or as part of an after-school program. Provides that the State Board of Education may prepare and make available to school boards resources on gun safety that may be used as guidelines for the development of a course. Effective immediately.

 

Senate Committee Amendment 1 to HB3137 – Adopted

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the School Code. Makes a technical change in a Section concerning instruction.

 

Senate Floor Amendment 2 to HB3137 - Adopted

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the School Code. Adds bullying and the death of a family member as mitigating factors that a student may disclose during a suspension review hearing or expulsion hearing. If allegations of sexual violence or gender-based harassment (rather than only allegations of domestic violence) are made against the student subject to discipline during the suspension review hearing or expulsion hearing, prohibits the student subject to discipline or the student's representative from directly questioning or contacting the alleged victim. If a pupil will be absent from school for 2 or more consecutive weeks for treatment of the pupil's physical or mental health arising from domestic or sexual violence, requires a qualified employee (rather than an employee) from the pupil's domestic or sexual violence organization to provide written notice of the pupil's need for home instruction to the school district; defines "qualified employee", "domestic violence program", and "rape crises organization". Amends the Children and Students Who Are Parents, Expectant Parents, or Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence Article of the School Code. Requires the Ensuring Success in School Task Force to include in its report recommendations for language to include in school and district policies (rather than to include model school and district policies in the report). Changes the date of the Task Force's report to January 1, 2024 (rather than June 30, 2024); repeals the provisions related to the Task Force on December 1, 2024 (rather than December 1, 2025). Makes other changes to the provisions concerning the review and revision of school district policies and procedures. Amends provisions concerning confidentiality. Sets forth additional requirements a school district must include in its policy concerning student confidentiality and the disclosure of information related to the imminent risk of serious physical injury or death of a student or another person. Makes other changes. Effective July 1, 2022, except that provisions concerning confidentiality take effect July 1, 2023.

 

Senate Floor Amendment 3 to HB3173 – Adopted

 

In the provision about Task Force membership, provides that one member must represent a statewide organization of school social workers (rather than social workers). In the provision concerning confidentiality, provides that if disclosing an imminent risk of serious physical injury or death to a student or another person does not require disclosing confidential information about a student's status, then the student's status must not (instead of must) be shared.

 

 

 

 

HB3904 Crim Cd – Firearm – Taser

 

Neutral

 

House Sponsor: Slaughter

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis as Introduced

 

If and only if House Bill 3653 of the 101st General Assembly becomes law, amends the Criminal Code of 2012. Removes stun guns and tasers from the definition of "firearm". Effective immediately.

 

 

 

 

HB4166 Crim Cd – Pepper Spray – Age

 

Neutral

 

House Sponsor: Mussman

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends the Criminal Code of 2012. Provides that carrying an object containing a non-lethal noxious liquid gas or substance designed solely for personal defense is exempt from the offense of unlawful use of weapons, regardless of the age of the person carrying it (currently, the exemption is limited to persons 18 years of age or older). Effective immediately.
 

 

 

HB4386 Wildlife Cd – Rifle – Deer Hunting

 

Neutral

 

House Sponsor: Yednock, McCombie, Chesney, Elik

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced

 

Amends the Wildlife Code. Provides that a centerfire rifle may be used to harvest deer during the firearm open season set by the Director of Natural Resources annually. Provides that all straight walled rifle rounds are legal ammunition for a centerfire rifle.
 

 

 

 

HB4729 GPH – Safe Gun Storage Campaign

 

Oppose

 

House Sponsor: Willis, Hirschauer, Lilly Stava-Murray, Gabel, Croke, Morgan

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends the Department of Public Health Powers and Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Requires the Department of Public Health to develop and implement a comprehensive 2-year statewide safe gun storage public awareness campaign. Provides that the campaign shall include sustained and focused messaging over the course of the 2-year campaign period, messages paired with information about enforcement or incentives for safe gun storage, and geographic and cultural considerations. Provides that the campaign shall be divided into 3 phases with specified requirements for each phase. Repeals the provisions on January 1, 2026.

 

 

 


HB5445 Implementing Firearms Restrain

 

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House Sponsor: Stoneback

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis as Introduced

 

Amends the Illinois State Police Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the Commission on Implementing the Firearms Restraining Order Act shall be appointed by the Director of the Illinois State Police or his or her designee within 60 days after the effective date of the amendatory Act. Effective June 1, 2022.

 

 

 

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House Committees(s)

 

 

House Police & Fire Committee – 8:00 AM Virtual Room 1

 

HB1862 Firearms – Retired Officers - Neutral

 

HB2635 Correctional Officers – Firearms – Support

 

HB4331 Correctional Officers – Firearms - Support

 

HB5045 Retention of Badge/Firearm – Support

 

HB5143 Firearms – Rev & Gaming Investig – Under Review (Hoffman)

 

 

 

House Revenue & Finance Committee – 8:00 AM Virtual Room 2

 

HB5129 Inc Tax – Gun Safes – Support

 

 

 

House Judiciary - Criminal Committee - 10:00 AM Virtual Room 2

 

HB1 Illiana Task Force - Firearm Violence – Under Review

 

HA1 to HB1

 

HB278 Wildlife Cd - Firearm Exemption – Support

 

HB627 Child Care- Day Care – Homes - Support

 

HB1713 Crim Cd - Firearms - Motor Veh – Oppose

 

HB1849 Juv - Subsequent Firearm Offense - Neutral

 

HB1865 Firearm Owners ID – Repeal - Support

 

HB2541 Order Protect – Gun Restrictions – Oppose

 

HA1 to HB2541 – Oppose

 

HA2 to HB2541 - Oppose

 

HB2858 FOID – Age – Parental Consent – Support

 

HB3144 Lost & Stolen Firearms – Penalty – Oppose

 

HB3168 FOID - Protective Order – Oppose

 

HB3222 Crim Cd - Assault Weapon Registry - OPPOSE

 

HB3562 Crim Cd – Firearm Penalties - Oppose

 

HB3661 Firearm Owners ID – Revoke – Oppose

 

HB3686 Crim Cd – Confiscated Weapons - Support

 

HB3761 FOID & Concealed Carry – Lifetime – Support

 

HB3779 Crim Cd – Firearms – Microstamping - OPPOSE

 

HB4055 Untraceable Firearms - OPPOSE

 

HB4190 Crim Law - Enforce & Prosecute - Oppose

 

HB4296 Concealed Carry – Forest Preserve – Oppose

 

HA1 to HB4296

 

HB4376 Firearm Owners ID Act – Repeal – Support

 

HB4636 DCFS – Caseworker Self Defense – Support

 

HB4757 Crim Cd – Ghost Guns - OPPOSE

 

HB4807 Crim Cd – Firearm Offenses – Oppose

 

HB4839 Crim Cd – Firearms – Child Protect – Oppose

 

HB4959 Crim Cd – Handgun Safety - Oppose

 

HB4961 First Time Weapon Offender – Under Review

 

HB5227 Crim Cd – No Justifiable Force – Oppose

 

HB5374 Firearm Restraining Order – Oppose

 

HB5380 FOID – Ammunition - Oppose

 

HB5474 Firearm Owners & Concealed Carry – OPPOSE (Hoffman)

 

HA1 to HB5474 – OPPOSE (Hoffman)

 

HB5522 Crim Cd – Assault Weapon Ban – OPPOSE

 

HB5529 Unlawful Possession of Weapons - Neutral

 

HB5535 Firearms Violations - OPPOSE


HA1 to HB5535 – OPPOSE

 

 

 

 

House Mental Health & Addictions Committee – 10:00 AM Virtual Room 2

 

HB4317 Commission Mental Health Reform – Under Review

 

 

Items in Bold are included in our current Call to Action.

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Senate Calendar

10:00 AM


 

HB716 Violence Reduction - Grant Fund

 

Neutral

 

House Sponsor: Harper

 

Senate Sponsor: Harmon, Villivalam, Gillespie

 

Status: Senate/Third Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced

 

Amends the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Act. Creates the ICJIA Violence Reduction Fund as a special fund in the State treasury. Provides that moneys in the Fund shall be used for grants by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority to community-based organizations whose primary purpose is violence reduction in disproportionately impacted areas. Provides that the moneys in the Fund shall also be used by the Authority for operational and grant program purposes. Provides eligibility requirements for receiving grant funds. Provides that grants shall be subject to the requirements of the Grant Accountability and Transparency Act. Requires the Authority to adopt rules to implement the grant program. Amends the State Finance Act to provide for the ICJIA Violence Reduction Fund. Defines terms.

 

Senate Floor Amendment 1 to HB716 – Pending

 

Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Election Code. Provides that applicants for voter registration may select "male", "female", or "non-binary" when designating the applicant's sex on a voter registration form. Makes changes concerning 2022 general primary election and general election dates and signature requirements. Makes changes concerning election precincts. Provides that a polling place that is accessible to voters with disabilities and elderly voters shall include at least one voting booth that is wheelchair accessible. In provisions concerning limitations on campaign contributions for a candidate political committee for a candidate seeking nomination to the Supreme Court, Appellate Court, or Circuit Court, provides that the political committee may not accept contributions from any group that is not required by law to disclose the identity of its contributors or accept contributions from any out-of-state source. Provides that "contribution" includes expenditures made by any person in concert or cooperation with, or at the request or suggestion of, a candidate, his or her designated committee, or their agents and the financing by any person of the dissemination, distribution, or republication, in whole or in part, of any broadcast or any written, graphic, or other form of campaign materials prepared by the candidate, his or her campaign committee, or their designated agents. Prohibits the making and accepting of anonymous contributions. Provides that contributions made through dues, levies, or similar assessments paid by any natural person, corporation, labor organization, or association that exceed $1,000 (currently $500) in a quarterly reporting period shall be itemized on the political action committee's quarterly report. Makes other changes. Amends the Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984. Makes changes concerning a prohibition on the Legislative Printing Unit printing newsletters or brochures for members of the General Assembly. Amends the Counties Code. In provisions concerning county apportionment commissions for the reapportionment of 2021, provides that the county board shall complete the reapportionment by December 31 (currently, the third Wednesday in November). Amends the Downstate Forest Preserve District Act. Provides that commissioners of a forest preserve district shall be elected from districts, as determined by the board of commissioners. Contains provisions concerning reapportionment. Amends the Circuit Courts Act. Provides that the boundaries of the subcircuits in certain judicial circuits shall be redrawn in 2022 (currently, in 2021). Effective immediately.

 

 

 

SB3157 No Contact/Protection Orders

 

Under Review

 

Senate Sponsor: Bennett

 

Status: 3rd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced

 

Amends the Stalking No Contact Order Act. Provides that when a petition for an emergency stalking no contact order is filed, the petition and file shall not be public and shall only be accessible to the court, law enforcement, petitioner, victim advocate, counsel of record for either party, and the State's Attorney for the county until the petition is served on the respondent. Provides that when a petition for an emergency stalking no contact order is granted, the petition, order, and file shall not be public and shall only be accessible to the court, law enforcement, petitioner, victim advocate, counsel of record for either party, and the State's Attorney for the county until the order is served on the respondent. Amends the Civil No Contact Order Act. Provides that when a petition for an emergency civil no contact order is filed, the petition and file shall not be public and shall only be accessible to the court, law enforcement, petitioner, rape crisis advocate, counsel of record for either party, and the State's Attorney for the county until the petition is served on the respondent. Provides that when a petition for a civil no contact order is granted, the petition and file shall not be public and shall only be accessible to the court, law enforcement, petitioner, rape crisis advocate, counsel of record for either party, and the State's Attorney for the county until the petition is served on the respondent. Amends the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986. Provides that when a petition for an emergency order of protection is granted, the order and file shall not be public and shall only be accessible to the court, petitioner, law enforcement, domestic violence advocate or counselor, counsel of record for either party, and the State's Attorney for the county until the order is served on the respondent. Effective immediately.

 

 

 

 

SB3184 Fish & Wildlife – Various

 

Under Review

 

Senate Sponsor: Belt

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends the Department of Natural Resources (Conservation) Law. Requires Conservation Police Officers hired after July 1, 2022 to obtain certification pursuant to the Illinois Police Training Act. Limits powers of arrest and permission to carry firearms to Conservation Police Officers 21 years of age or older. Amends Herptiles-Herps Act, Fish and Aquatic Life Code, Wildlife Code, and Ginseng Harvesting Act. In provisions concerning violations, adds violations of United States Code. Defines terms. Makes other changes. Amends Deadly Weapons Article of Criminal Code 2012. Limits specified exemption to hunting, trapping or fishing that is lawful as defined by statute. Effective immediately.
 

Senate Amendment 1 to SB3184

 

In provisions concerning prohibitions, provides that the use of unmanned aircraft in the inspection of a public utility facility, tower, or structure or a mobile service facility, tower, or structure by a public utility or a provider of mobile services is not prohibited.

 

 

SB3865 Noncitizen Statutory Reference

 

Neutral

 

Senate Sponsor: Simmons, Pacione-Zayas

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced


Amends various Acts to make changes concerning references to noncitizen individuals and non-domestic entities. Effective immediately.

 

Senate Amendment 1 to SB3865 – Adopted

 

Defines "noncitizen" for purposes of the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act. Makes conforming changes.

 

Senate Amendment 2 to SB3865 - Pending

 

Provides that it is the intent of the General Assembly in enacting the amendatory Act to make only nonsubstantive changes that remove the dehumanizing term "alien" from all Illinois statutory provisions. Provides that no change made by the amendatory Act shall be interpreted as to make any substantive change to existing law, including, but not limited to, eligibility for federal programs or benefits that are available to a person who meets the definition of "alien" under State or federal law.

 

 

 

SB3936 State Police – School Helpline

 

Under Review

 

Senate Sponsor: Sims, Belt, Fowler, Connor, Cappel, Villa

 

Status: 2nd Reading

 

Synopsis As Introduced


 

Creates the Student Confidential Reporting Act. Subject to appropriation, requires the Illinois State Police, in consultation with the Illinois Emergency Management Agency, State Board of Education, Department of Children and Family Services, and the Department of Human Services, to establish a program for receiving reports and other information from the public regarding potential self-harm or potential harm or criminal acts directed at school students, school employees, or schools in this State. Requires the program to include a Safe2Help Illinois helpline (defined as a school helpline involving a statewide toll-free telephone number, social media, a website, or other means of communication, or a combination of a toll-free telephone number and another means of communication, that transmits voice, text, photographic, or other messages and information to the Safe2Help Illinois operators). Provides for referrals from and the discontinuance of other State-operated school violence help lines (excluding the CPS Violence Prevention Hotline). Sets forth other program and Illinois State Police requirements. Contains provisions concerning the confidentiality of reported information, funding, and annual reporting. Provides that a Safe2Help Illinois employee, law enforcement agency, or law enforcement official acting in good faith in compliance with the Act shall have immunity from any civil or criminal liability that might otherwise occur as a result of handling tips, with the exception of willful or wanton misconduct. Provides that the Illinois State Police may adopt emergency rules to implement the Act. Amends various Acts to make conforming changes.


 

Senate Amendment 1 to SB3936 – Adopted

Defines "Safe2Help Illinois Manager". Provides that beginning on the date that Safe2Help Illinois is operational, any State or locally operated school violence help line currently in operation shall work in conjunction with Safe2Help Illinois as needed. Provides that the Illinois State Police shall ensure that program personnel or call center staff, or both, are appropriately trained in the following areas: (1) crisis management, including recognizing mental illness and emotional disturbance; (2) the resources that are available for providing mental health and other human services; (3) matters determined by the Illinois State Police to be relevant to the operation of the program; and (4) handling of criminal intelligence information regarding primary and data collection, storage, and dissemination. Provides that the Safe2Help Illinois program manager, in consultation with the Illinois State Police and the State Board of Education, shall prepare an annual report. Deletes provisions requiring the Department of Innovation and Technology's dedicated website to provide risk assessment information for students. Deletes provisions requiring the Illinois State Police to be responsible for the administrative oversight of the Safe2Help Illinois program. Deletes the amendatory changes to the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act.

 

Senate Amendment 2 to SB3936 - Adopted

 

Further amends the Juvenile Court Act of 1987. Permits the disclosure of juvenile law enforcement records to the appropriate school official only if the agency or officer believes that there is an imminent threat of physical harm to students, school personnel, or others (removing "who are present in the school or on school grounds").

 

 

 

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  • mauserme changed the title to Illinois General Assembly 2/17/2022
On 2/17/2022 at 3:23 PM, EdDinIL said:

They issued a new meeting for it with all new witness slips needed.  If you filed for the Call to Action for the previous blast for HB4296 and its HCA1, you'll need to refile for the 2 pm meeting.

 

We should be OK.  All the slips from previous hearings are still with the bill, several thousand of them, and 2 PM is a recess hearing so it's really a continuation of the morning meeting rather than a new one.

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On 2/17/2022 at 4:07 PM, Molly B. said:

How is the weather in Springfield? Wonder if they will still return to committee?

 

They're under a winter storm warning with another 1" to 3" of snow possible.  They're back on the floor skirting the law on SJR48 right now.  Maybe that will be enough for them for one day.

 

 

 

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