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Illinois General Assembly 1/17/2024


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Following House and Senate sessions made very short yesterday by the urgency of adopting PICA rules more than 2 weeks after the registration "deadline", JCAR did adopt those rules and the "deadline" is now retroactively an actual deadline.  Well, sort of a deadline.  The registration portal remains open so it depends on what "deadline" means and who you ask.
  
 
  
The House is scheduled for 10:00 AM today and Senate for 12:00 Noon.
 
 
 
 
Next Days Scheduled
 
House:  1/18/2024  2/6/2024
 
Senate: 1/18/2024  2/6/2024
   
 

 


  
  
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10:00 AM


 
 
HB179 $Violence Prev Auth - Tech
 
Neutral
 
House Sponsor:  Welch
 
Status:  Held on Second Reading
 
Synopsis As Introduced
 
Appropriates $2 from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority for its FY24 ordinary and contingent expenses. Effective July 1, 2023.
 
 

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On 1/16/2024 at 7:37 PM, mauserme said:


 

House Calendar

 

10:00 AM


 
 
HB179 $Violence Prev Auth - Tech
 
Neutral
 
House Sponsor:  Welch
 
Status:  Held on Second Reading
 
Synopsis As Introduced
 
Appropriates $2 from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority for its FY24 ordinary and contingent expenses. Effective July 1, 2023.
 
 

Is $2 correct?    If so, does this mean HB179 is going to become another shell bill they stuff full of anti-2A laws?

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On 1/16/2024 at 7:37 PM, mauserme said:

 
Following House and Senate sessions made very short yesterday by the urgency of adopting PICA rules more than 2 weeks after the registration "deadline", JCAR did adopt those rules and the "deadline" is now retroactively an actual deadline.  Well, sort of a deadline.  The registration portal remains open so it depends on what "deadline" means and who you ask.
 

 

 

"However, the Republican JCAR members were successful in filing a motion to object to the rules on the same grounds. ISP must respond in writing to the Committee’s objection before it can file the regulations with the Secretary of State’s Office to be adopted."  Senator Dale Fowler

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On 1/19/2024 at 5:06 PM, Molly B. said:

 

 

"However, the Republican JCAR members were successful in filing a motion to object to the rules on the same grounds. ISP must respond in writing to the Committee’s objection before it can file the regulations with the Secretary of State’s Office to be adopted."  Senator Dale Fowler

 

How cool is that!

 

 

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