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 Bill Status of SB0572  95th General Assembly


Short Description:  VEH CD-REVOKE-DRUGS & ALCOHOL

Senate Sponsors
Sen. John J. Cullerton - Ira I. Silverstein - Iris Y. Martinez - Don Harmon - Mattie Hunter and M. Maggie Crotty

House Sponsors
(Rep. Julie Hamos - Sidney H. Mathias - Kathleen A. Ryg - Suzanne Bassi - Esther Golar, Elga L. Jefferies, Sara Feigenholtz, Joseph M. Lyons, John D'Amico, Milton Patterson, Constance A. Howard, Elaine Nekritz, Lou Lang, Paul D. Froehlich, Susana A Mendoza, Luis Arroyo, Maria Antonia Berrios, Greg Harris, Harry Osterman, Barbara Flynn Currie, Elizabeth Coulson, Karen A. Yarbrough, John A. Fritchey, Monique D. Davis, Kenneth Dunkin, Deborah L. Graham, Cynthia Soto, Elizabeth Hernandez, David E. Miller, Daniel J. Burke, Richard T. Bradley and Edward J. Acevedo)

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  1/13/2009SenateSession Sine Die

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
625 ILCS 5/6-201from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 6-201
625 ILCS 5/6-205from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 6-205
625 ILCS 5/6-206from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 6-206


Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that an offender's eligibility for a restricted driving permit depends on whether denial of all driving privileges would cause undue hardship, as defined by rules adopted by the Secretary of State. Provides that a person convicted of 4 or more offenses of driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident involving death or personal injury, or reckless homicide, or a combination of those offenses, is not eligible for a restricted driving permit. Provides that the Secretary shall revoke the driving privileges of any person under the age of 21 convicted of an out-of-state offense similar to DUI. Provides that a second suspension of a person's driving privileges for an out-of-state offense similar to DUI, or a single suspension of that type, if coupled with a summary suspension under the Code or a DUI or reckless homicide conviction, shall result in the person's being prohibited from driving a vehicle that is not equipped with an ignition interlock device. Provides that a conviction of reckless homicide (as well as a conviction of DUI) increases the limitations that shall be imposed on a person's driving privileges.

 Fiscal Note (Office of the Secretary of State)
 This bill will have a minimal fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (S-AM 2) would increase revenues by approximately $348 to $447 million per year. The Retailers' Occupation Tax rate increases would generate approximately $348 million per year and the Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to approximately $99 million per year.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (S-AM 2) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by approximately $131.4 million per year. Additionally, Senate Amendment 2 would increase local revenues by approximately $451 million per year. The local Retailers' Occupation Tax rate increases would generate approximately $352 million per year in local sales tax revenues and the Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate approximately $99 million per year.

 Judicial Note (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 State Debt Impact Note (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Pension Note (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation will not impact any public pension fund or retirement system in Illinois.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation will not impact any public pension fund or retirement system in Illinois.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 This legislation will not impact any public pension fund or retirement system in Illinois.

 Correctional Note (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 Home Rule Note (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note (Housing Development Authority)
 This legislation will have no effect on constructing, purchasing, owning, or selling a single-family residence.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Housing Development Authority)
 This legislation will have no effect on constructing, purchasing, owning, or selling a single-family residence.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows the Service Board to impose a title transfer tax on real estate located in the City of Chicago. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Dept. of Revenue)
 No fiscal impact

 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note (Dept. of Transportation)
 No land conveyances are in SB 572, as Engrossed, therefore, there are no appraisals to be filed.

 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 1 (Dept. of Transportation)
 No land conveyances are in SB 572, (H-AM 1) therefore, there are no appraisals to be filed.

 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 2 (Dept. of Transportation)
 No land conveyances are in SB 572, (H-AM 2) therefore, there are no appraisals to be filed.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Office of the Secretary of State)
 This bill will have no fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 The impact of SB 0572, as amended by HA #003, on the Chicago Transit Authority Pension Fund has not been calculated. The Commission’s actuary will evaluate the amendments to the CTA article of the Pension Code, and a revised impact note will be issued when the actuary’s cost study is completed.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 3, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows a home rule municipality with a population in excess of 1,000,000 (i.e. the City of Chicago) to impose a title transfer tax on real estate with all amounts collected, provided to the Chicago Transit Authority. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Office of the Secretary of State)
 SB 572 (H-AM 4) will have no fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows a home rule municipality with a population in excess of 1,000,000 (i.e. the City of Chicago) to impose a title transfer tax on real estate with all amounts collected, provided to the Chicago Transit Authority. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller (jointly) of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 3) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 3) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $53.8 to $146.8 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 3 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning at the time of the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (6) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (7) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 4) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 4) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $58.6 to $151.6 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 4 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning in calendar year 2009; (6) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4.8 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (7) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (8) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Office of the Secretary of State)
 SB 572 (H-AM 5) will have no fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 5) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 5) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $58.6 to $151.6 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning in calendar year 2009; (6) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4.8 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (7) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (8) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 5, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 The fiscal impact of SB 572 (H-AM 5), has not been calculated. An updated Pension Impact Note will be issued when the CTA pension fund actuary’s cost study has been completed.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 6) will have no fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 3 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 3) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 3) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $53.8 to $146.8 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 3 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning at the time of the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (6) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (7) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 4 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 5) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 5) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $58.6 to $151.6 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning in calendar year 2009; (6) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4.8 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (7) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (8) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 5) would generate $386 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to local governments and the remainder of which would be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, SB 573 (H-AM 5) would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $58.6 to $151.6 million per year. Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) If enacted, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax would generate up to $96 million per year; (4) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $69 million per year beginning in calendar year 2009; (5) The 25% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $24 million per year, beginning in calendar year 2009; (6) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax, if enacted, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4.8 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax; (7) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue by $49 million per year, beginning on the effective date of Senate Bill 572; (8) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Funds by $4.8 million per year.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 6, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows a home rule municipality with a population in excess of 1,000,000 (i.e. the City of Chicago) to impose a title transfer tax on real estate with all amounts collected, provided to the Chicago Transit Authority. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller (jointly) of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Housing Development Authority)
 SB 572 (H-AM 6) does not change its impact on a single family residence.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 6) would reduce moneys in the State's General Revenue Fund by $177 million to $179 million per year ($126 million to $128 million per year in matching funds to the RTA, plus $46 million per year from the elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund and $5 million per year in increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund). Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $68 million per year beginning January 1, 2009; (4) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $49 million per year ($30 million per year on existing RTA sales tax beginning immediately upon the effective date of Senate Bill 572, and the remaining $19 million per year when the sales tax increase takes effect no less than 60 days after the effective date of the bill); (5) If enacted by ordinance, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase would generate $80 million to $96 million per year ($1.50 per $500 EAV). (The $96 million estimate assumes a moderate 3% decline in residential sales while the $80 million figure assumes a worst case scenario 20% decline in residential sales, this based upon likely trends in residential sales.); (6) The 25% match on 25% of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million to $6 million per year, beginning January 1, 2009; (7) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4 million to $5 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase; (8) The elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $46 million in FY08; (9) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million per year, beginning July 1, 2008.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 5 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 6) would generate $466 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to collar county local governments for road and other transportation projects with the remainder to be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, House Amendment 6 would generate $172 million to $174 million per year in State matching funds for the RTA, $46 million per year from the elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund, and $5 million per year for the increase in funding to the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund, for a grand total of $643 million to $661 million per year. SB 572 (H-AM 6) would reduce moneys in the State's General Revenue Fund by $177 million to $179 million per year ($126 million to $128 million per year in matching funds to the RTA, plus $46 million per year from the elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund and $5 million per year in increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund). Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $68 million per year beginning January 1, 2009; (4) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $49 million per year ($30 million per year on existing RTA sales tax beginning immediately upon the effective date of Senate Bill 572, and the remaining $19 million per year when the sales tax increase takes effect no less than 60 days after the effective date of the bill); (5) If enacted by ordinance, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase would generate $80 million to $96 million per year ($1.50 per $500 EAV). (The $96 million estimate assumes a moderate 3% decline in residential sales while the $80 million figure assumes a worst case scenario 20% decline in residential sales, this based upon likely trends in residential sales.); (6) The 25% match on 25% of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million to $6 million per year, beginning January 1, 2009; (7) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4 million to $5 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase; (8) The elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $46 million in FY08; (9) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million per year, beginning July 1, 2008.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 6 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 The CTA Pension Fund's actuary is currently working on a comprehensive study of the costs of SB 572 (H-AM 6). Therefore, the exact fiscal impact of SB 572 (H-AM 6) cannot be determined at this time.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Secretary of State)
 No fiscal impact on the Secretary of State's Office.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 10, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows a home rule municipality with a population in excess of 1,000,000 (i.e. the City of Chicago) to impose a title transfer tax on real estate with all amounts collected, provided to the Chicago Transit Authority. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller (jointly) of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 The CTA's actuary has prepared a cost study of the fiscal impact of HA#10 to SB 572. Please refer to Table 1 on Page 4 of the fiscal impact note.

 Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Dept. of Revenue)
 SB 572 (H-AM 6) would generate $466 to $482 million per year in local revenues, of which $116 million per year would be directed to collar county local governments for road and other transportation projects with the remainder to be dedicated to the RTA. Additionally, House Amendment 6 would generate $172 million to $174 million per year in State matching funds for the RTA, $46 million per year from the elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund, and $5 million per year for the increase in funding to the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund, for a grand total of $643 million to $661 million per year. SB 572 (H-AM 6) would reduce moneys in the State's General Revenue Fund by $177 million to $179 million per year ($126 million to $128 million per year in matching funds to the RTA, plus $46 million per year from the elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund and $5 million per year in increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund). Broken down, House Amendment 5 would have the following impacts: (1) The .25% sales tax increase in Cook County would generate $154 million per year; (2) The .5% sales tax increase in Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties would generate $232 million per year; (3) The 25% State match on the sales tax increases would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $68 million per year beginning January 1, 2009; (4) The additional 5% match on all transit sales taxes would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $49 million per year ($30 million per year on existing RTA sales tax beginning immediately upon the effective date of Senate Bill 572, and the remaining $19 million per year when the sales tax increase takes effect no less than 60 days after the effective date of the bill); (5) If enacted by ordinance, the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase would generate $80 million to $96 million per year ($1.50 per $500 EAV). (The $96 million estimate assumes a moderate 3% decline in residential sales while the $80 million figure assumes a worst case scenario 20% decline in residential sales, this based upon likely trends in residential sales.); (6) The 25% match on 25% of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million to $6 million per year, beginning January 1, 2009; (7) The additional 5% match on the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase, if enacted by ordinance, would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by an additional $4 million to $5 million per year, beginning upon the enactment of the Chicago Real Estate Transfer Tax increase; (8) The elimination of the appropriation level cap on the monthly General Revenue Fund transfer into the Downstate Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $46 million in FY08; (9) The increased funding for the Metro-East Public Transportation Fund would reduce moneys in the General Revenue Fund by $5 million per year, beginning July 1, 2008.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 10 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Dept. of Transportation)
 No land conveyances are in SB 572, (H-AM 12) therefore, there are no appraisals to be filed.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Judicial Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Admin Office of the Illinois Courts)
 This legislation would neither increase nor decrease the number of judges needed in the State.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Government Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 12, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

 Home Rule Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not pre-empt home rule authority.

 State Mandates Fiscal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity)
 This legislation does not create a State mandate under the State Mandates Act.

 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note, House Floor Amendment No. 13 (Dept. of Transportation)
 No land conveyances are in SB 572, (H-AM 13) therefore, there are no appraisals to be filed.

 Correctional Note, House Floor Amendment No. 13 (Dept of Corrections)
 This legislation has no budgetary or population impact on the Department of Corrections.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 12 (Commission on Gov. Forecasting & Accountability)
 The CTA's actuary has prepared a cost study of the fiscal impact of HA 12 to SB 572. Please refer to Table 1 on Page 4 of the fiscal impact note.

 Pension Note, House Floor Amendment No. 13 (Commission on Gov. Forecasting & Accountability)
 The CTA's actuary has prepared a cost study of the fiscal impact of HA 12 to SB 572. Please refer to Table 1 on Page 4 of the fiscal impact note.

 State Debt Impact Note, House Floor Amendment No. 13 (Commission on Gov. Forecasting & Accountability)
 SB 572, as amended by House Amendment 13, would not change the amount of authorization for any type of State-issued or State-supported bond, and, therefore, would not affect the level of State indebtedness.

House Floor Amendment No. 14
Deletes reference to:
30 ILCS 105/5.676
Adds reference to:
New Act
30 ILCS 5/3-2.3 new
30 ILCS 105/5.708 new
30 ILCS 105/6z-17from Ch. 127, par. 142z-17
30 ILCS 740/2-2.04from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 662.04
30 ILCS 740/2-3from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 663
30 ILCS 740/2-6from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 666
30 ILCS 740/2-7from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 667
30 ILCS 740/2-15from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 675.1
40 ILCS 5/22-101from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-101
40 ILCS 5/22-101B new
65 ILCS 5/8-3-19
70 ILCS 3605/12c new
70 ILCS 3605/15from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 315
70 ILCS 3605/28afrom Ch. 111 2/3, par. 328a
70 ILCS 3605/34from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 334
70 ILCS 3605/46from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 346
70 ILCS 3605/50 new
70 ILCS 3615/1.02from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 701.02
70 ILCS 3615/2.01from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.01
70 ILCS 3615/2.01a new
70 ILCS 3615/2.01b new
70 ILCS 3615/2.01c new
70 ILCS 3615/2.01d new
70 ILCS 3615/2.01e new
70 ILCS 3615/2.04from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.04
70 ILCS 3615/2.05from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.05
70 ILCS 3615/2.09from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.09
70 ILCS 3615/2.12from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.12
70 ILCS 3615/2.12b new
70 ILCS 3615/2.14from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.14
70 ILCS 3615/2.18afrom Ch. 111 2/3, par. 702.18a
70 ILCS 3615/2.30
70 ILCS 3615/2.31 new
70 ILCS 3615/3.01from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703.01
70 ILCS 3615/3.03from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703.03
70 ILCS 3615/3.04from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703.04
70 ILCS 3615/3.05from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703.05
70 ILCS 3615/3A.10from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703A.10
70 ILCS 3615/3A.11from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703A.11
70 ILCS 3615/3A.14from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703A.14
70 ILCS 3615/3B.02from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.02
70 ILCS 3615/3B.03from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.03
70 ILCS 3615/3B.05from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.05
70 ILCS 3615/3B.07from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.07
70 ILCS 3615/3B.09from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.09
70 ILCS 3615/3B.10from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.10
70 ILCS 3615/3B.11from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.11
70 ILCS 3615/3B.12from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.12
70 ILCS 3615/3B.13from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 703B.13
70 ILCS 3615/4.01from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.01
70 ILCS 3615/4.02from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.02
70 ILCS 3615/4.02a
70 ILCS 3615/4.02b
70 ILCS 3615/4.03from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.03
70 ILCS 3615/4.03.3 new
70 ILCS 3615/4.04from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.04
70 ILCS 3615/4.09from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.09
70 ILCS 3615/4.11from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.11
70 ILCS 3615/4.13from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.13
70 ILCS 3615/4.14from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 704.14
70 ILCS 3615/5.01from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 705.01
70 ILCS 3615/2.12a rep.
70 ILCS 3615/3.09 rep.
70 ILCS 3615/3.10 rep.

Deletes everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Regional Transportation Authority Act. Adds a provision related to legislative findings. Requires the Authority to provide financial oversight of the Service Boards, allocate operating and capital funds made available to support public transportation in the metropolitan region, and undertake certain planning functions. Provides that the Authority shall adopt a Strategic Plan, a Five-Year Capital Program, and an Annual Budget and Two-Year Financial Plan. Provides that the Authority shall conduct audits of each of the Service Boards no less than every 5 years, and may conduct audits of certain transportation agencies. Requires the Service Board and transportation agencies to publish certain reports and submit those reports to the Authority. Provides that the Authority shall establish an Innovation, Coordination, and Enhancement Fund, an ADA Paratransit Fund, and a Suburban Community Mobility Fund. Repeals a Section of the Act concerning mediation of disputes between Service Boards. Provides that the Executive Director of the Authority may intervene in certain matters involving disputes between Service Boards. Sets forth certain functions of the Board of the Authority. Increases the rate of certain taxes that the Authority is authorized to impose. Provides that the Board of the Regional Transportation Authority shall consist of 16 directors. Sets forth the terms and appointment authority for those directors. Provides that the Board of the Commuter Rail Division shall consist of 11 directors. Sets forth the terms and appointment authority for those directors. Amends the Illinois Municipal Code. Provides that the City of Chicago may impose a real estate transfer tax. Makes numerous other changes. Effective immediately.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows the Chicago Transit Authority to impose a title transfer tax on real estate. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller (jointly) of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

 Housing Affordability Impact Note (Housing Development Authority)
 This amendment allows the Chicago Transit Authority to impose a title transfer tax on real estate. While we do not know the rate that will be allowed, this legislation if enacted at the top allowable rate would cost the seller (jointly) of a $100,000 single-family residence in Chicago $300.

Actions 
DateChamber Action
  2/8/2007SenateFiled with Secretary by Sen. John J. Cullerton
  2/8/2007SenateFirst Reading
  2/8/2007SenateReferred to Rules
  2/21/2007SenateAssigned to Judiciary Criminal Law
  2/23/2007SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Ira I. Silverstein
  3/7/2007SenateDo Pass Judiciary Criminal Law; 006-000-000
  3/7/2007SenatePlaced on Calendar Order of 2nd Reading March 8, 2007
  3/8/2007SenateSecond Reading
  3/8/2007SenatePlaced on Calendar Order of 3rd Reading March 13, 2007
  3/29/2007SenateThird Reading - Passed; 057-000-000
  3/30/2007HouseArrived in House
  3/30/2007HousePlaced on Calendar Order of First Reading
  3/30/2007HouseChief House Sponsor Rep. Paul D. Froehlich
  4/9/2007HouseFirst Reading
  4/9/2007HouseReferred to Rules Committee
  4/18/2007HouseAlternate Chief Sponsor Changed to Rep. Eddie Washington
  4/18/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Paul D. Froehlich
  4/30/2007HouseAssigned to Transportation and Motor Vehicles Committee
  5/8/2007HouseDo Pass / Short Debate Transportation and Motor Vehicles Committee; 014-000-000
  5/9/2007HousePlaced on Calendar 2nd Reading - Short Debate
  5/18/2007HouseFiscal Note Filed
  5/22/2007HouseAlternate Chief Sponsor Changed to Rep. Julie Hamos
  5/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  5/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Referred to Rules Committee
  5/29/2007HouseSecond Reading - Short Debate
  5/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  5/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Referred to Rules Committee
  5/29/2007HouseHeld on Calendar Order of Second Reading - Short Debate
  5/30/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Sidney H. Mathias
  5/30/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Kathleen A. Ryg
  5/30/2007HouseAlternate Chief Co-Sponsor Removed Rep. Paul D. Froehlich
  5/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Rules Refers to Mass Transit Committee
  5/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Rules Refers to Mass Transit Committee
  5/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Recommends Be Adopted Mass Transit Committee; 020-000-000
  5/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Recommends Be Adopted Mass Transit Committee; 013-004-000
  5/31/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) June 8, 2007
  6/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  6/6/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Elga L. Jefferies
  6/8/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) June 15, 2007
  6/15/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) June 22, 2007
  6/22/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) June 30, 2007
  6/27/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended Corrected
  6/30/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) July 31, 2007
  7/17/2007SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Iris Y. Martinez
  7/19/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Sara Feigenholtz
  7/19/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Joseph M. Lyons
  7/24/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Mike Fortner
  7/26/2007HouseFiscal Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseState Mandates Fiscal Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseBalanced Budget Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseCorrectional Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHome Rule Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHousing Affordability Impact Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseJudicial Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseLand Conveyance Appraisal Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HousePension Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseState Debt Impact Note Requested by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 State Mandates Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 State Mandates Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Balanced Budget Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Balanced Budget Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Correctional Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Correctional Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Home Rule Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Home Rule Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Housing Affordability Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Housing Affordability Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Judicial Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Judicial Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Pension Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Pension Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 State Debt Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 State Debt Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Esther Golar
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. John D'Amico
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Milton Patterson
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Constance A. Howard
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Lou Lang
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Paul D. Froehlich
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Susana A Mendoza
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Luis Arroyo
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Maria Antonia Berrios
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Greg Harris
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Harry Osterman
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Suzanne Bassi
  7/26/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Elizabeth Coulson
  7/26/2007HouseAlternate Chief Co-Sponsor Changed to Rep. Esther Golar
  7/30/2007HouseJudicial Note Filed
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseState Debt Impact Note Filed
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HousePension Note Filed
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseCorrectional Note Filed
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  7/30/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  7/31/2007HouseState Mandates Fiscal Note Filed
  7/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  7/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  7/31/2007HouseHome Rule Note Filed
  7/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  7/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  7/31/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) August 4, 2007
  8/1/2007HouseHousing Affordability Impact Note Filed
  8/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  8/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  8/4/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) August 10, 2007
  8/6/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Karen A. Yarbrough
  8/6/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  8/7/2007HouseLand Conveyance Appraisal Note Filed
  8/7/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Filed as Amended
  8/7/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Referred to Rules Committee
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 State Mandates Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Balanced Budget Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Correctional Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Home Rule Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Housing Affordability Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Judicial Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Pension Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 State Debt Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Don Harmon
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  8/10/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) August 17, 2007
  8/17/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) August 24, 2007
  8/21/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. John A. Fritchey
  8/21/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  8/22/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Motion Filed to Table Rep. Julie Hamos
  8/22/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Motion to Table Referred to Rules Committee
  8/22/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Motion Filed to Table Rep. Julie Hamos
  8/22/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Motion to Table Referred to Rules Committee
  8/24/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) September 5, 2007
  8/28/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  8/28/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Referred to Rules Committee
  8/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Motion to Table Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-000-000
  8/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Rules Refers to Mass Transit Committee
  8/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  8/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Recommends Be Adopted Mass Transit Committee; 015-004-000
  8/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Motion to Table Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-000-000
  8/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  8/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 State Mandates Fiscal Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Balanced Budget Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Home Rule Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Pension Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 State Debt Impact Note Requested as Amended by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Referred to Rules Committee
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-001-000
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 1 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 2 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Adopted by Voice Vote
  9/4/2007HousePlaced on Calendar Order of 3rd Reading - Short Debate
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Referred to Rules Committee
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-001-000
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Monique D. Davis
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Kenneth Dunkin
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Deborah L. Graham
  9/4/2007HouseAlternate Chief Co-Sponsor Removed Rep. Mike Fortner
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Suzanne Bassi
  9/4/2007HouseAlternate Co-Sponsor Removed Rep. Suzanne Bassi
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Cynthia Soto
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Elizabeth Hernandez
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. David E. Miller
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Daniel J. Burke
  9/4/2007HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Richard T. Bradley
  9/4/2007HouseRecalled to Second Reading - Short Debate
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Adopted by Voice Vote
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  9/4/2007HousePlaced on Calendar Order of 3rd Reading - Short Debate
  9/4/2007HouseThird Reading - Consideration Postponed
  9/4/2007HousePlaced on Calendar - Consideration Postponed September 4, 2007
  9/5/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) October 5, 2007
  9/5/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/6/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/7/2007SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Mattie Hunter
  9/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 4 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/10/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  9/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  9/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  9/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/12/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/12/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/17/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/17/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  9/17/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  9/18/2007SenateAdded as Co-Sponsor Sen. M. Maggie Crotty
  9/20/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  10/5/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) October 12, 2007
  10/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 7 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Sidney H. Mathias
  10/11/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 7 Referred to Rules Committee
  10/12/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) November 2, 2007
  10/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 8 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  10/29/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 8 Referred to Rules Committee
  10/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 9 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Jack D. Franks
  10/31/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 9 Referred to Rules Committee
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Referred to Rules Committee
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Rules Refers to Mass Transit Committee
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 11 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Jim Durkin
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 11 Referred to Rules Committee
  11/1/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Recommends Be Adopted Mass Transit Committee; 018-003-000
  11/2/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) November 30, 2007
  11/5/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Housing Affordability Impact Note Filed as Amended
  11/5/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  11/7/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  11/7/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  11/7/2007HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  11/30/2007HouseFinal Action Deadline Extended-9(b) January 10, 2008
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Referred to Rules Committee
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-001-000
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Referred to Rules Committee
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Judicial Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Home Rule Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 State Mandates Fiscal Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Land Conveyance Appraisal Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 004-000-000
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Correctional Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Motion Filed to Table Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Motion Filed to Table Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Pension Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 State Debt Impact Note Filed as Amended
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 14 Filed with Clerk by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 14 Referred to Rules Committee
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 14 Recommends Be Adopted Rules Committee; 003-001-000
  1/9/2008HouseRecalled to Second Reading - Short Debate
  1/9/2008HouseAdded Alternate Co-Sponsor Rep. Edward J. Acevedo
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 10 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 12 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 13 Withdrawn by Rep. Julie Hamos
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 14 Adopted by Voice Vote
  1/9/2008HousePlaced on Calendar Order of 3rd Reading - Short Debate
  1/9/2008HouseThird Reading - Short Debate - Passed 063-052-001
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 3 Tabled Pursuant to Rule 40(a)
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 7 Tabled Pursuant to Rule 40(a)
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 8 Tabled Pursuant to Rule 40(a)
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 9 Tabled Pursuant to Rule 40(a)
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 11 Tabled Pursuant to Rule 40(a)
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 5 Tabled
  1/9/2008HouseHouse Floor Amendment No. 6 Tabled
  1/17/2008SenateHousing Affordability Impact Note Filed as amended with House Amendment No. 12, from the Illinois Housing Development Authority.
  1/17/2008SenateHousing Affordability Impact Note Filed as amended with House Amendment No. 13, from the Illinois Housing Development Authority.
  1/13/2009SenateSession Sine Die

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