Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Administrative Review Law of the Code of Civil Procedure. In the definition of "administrative decision", changes references to "parties" to "persons". Provides that administrative decisions made reviewable by statute and final administrative decisions for which there is no other adequate remedy in a court are subject to judicial review. Provides that a person suffering legal wrong because of an administrative decision, or adversely affected or aggrieved by an administrative decision, is entitled to judicial review of the administrative decision. Provides that the Administrative Review Law shall apply to and govern every action to review judicially a final decision of any administrative agency unless the action is governed by the procedures or provisions of another statute. Strikes language concerning the scope of the Administrative Review Law. Provides that every action to review a final administrative decision shall be commenced by the filing of a complaint and the issuance of summons within 60 (instead of 35) days from the date that a copy of the decision sought to be reviewed was served upon the party affected by the decision. Makes other changes in Sections concerning commencement of action; defendants; scope of review; powers of the circuit court; and direct review of administrative orders by the appellate court. Effective immediately.