State of Illinois
2023 and 2024


Introduced 2/17/2023, by Rep. William "Will" Davis


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Amends the Department of Agriculture Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the Department of Agriculture upon request (previously in cooperation) with the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity shall provide consulting service and standards. Repeals the Displaced Homemakers Assistance Act, the Energy Policy and Planning Act, the Community Health Worker Advisory Board Act, the Electronic Health Records Taskforce Act, and the Des Plaines and Illinois Rivers Act. Makes changes in various Acts in provisions concerning funds; mandates; reports; and task forces. Effective immediately.    

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1    AN ACT concerning government.
2    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
3represented in the General Assembly:
4    Section 5. The Department of Agriculture Law of the Civil
5Administrative Code of Illinois is amended by changing Section
6205-40 as follows:
7    (20 ILCS 205/205-40)  (was 20 ILCS 205/40.31)
8    Sec. 205-40. Export consulting service and standards. The
9Department, and upon request the in cooperation with the
10Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, shall (1)
11provide a consulting service to those who desire to export
12farm products, commodities, and supplies and guide them in
13their efforts to improve trade relations; (2) cooperate with
14agencies and instrumentalities of the federal government to
15develop export grade standards for farm products, commodities,
16and supplies produced in Illinois and adopt reasonable rules
17and regulations to ensure that exports of those products,
18commodities, and supplies comply with those standards; (3)
19upon request and after inspection of any such farm product,
20commodity, or supplies, certify compliance or noncompliance
21with those standards; (4) provide an informational program to
22existing and potential foreign importers of farm products,
23commodities, and supplies; (5) qualify for U. S. Department of



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1Agriculture matching funds for overseas promotion of farm
2products, commodities, and supplies according to the federal
3requirements regarding State expenditures that are eligible
4for matching funds; and (6) provide a consulting service to
5persons who desire to export processed or value-added
6agricultural products and assist those persons in ascertaining
7legal and regulatory restrictions and market preferences that
8affect the sale of value-added agricultural products in
9foreign markets.
10(Source: P.A. 100-110, eff. 8-15-17.)
11    (20 ILCS 605/605-820 rep.)
12    Section 10. The Department of Commerce and Economic
13Opportunity Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois
14is amended by repealing Section 605-820.
15    Section 15. The Department of Commerce and Economic
16Opportunity Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois
17is amended by changing Section 605-913 as follows:
18    (20 ILCS 605/605-913)
19    Sec. 605-913. Clean Water Workforce Pipeline Program.
20    (a) The General Assembly finds the following:
21        (1) The fresh surface water and groundwater supply in
22    Illinois and Lake Michigan constitute vital natural
23    resources that require careful stewardship and protection



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1    for future generations. Access to safe and clean drinking
2    water is the right of all Illinois residents.
3        (2) To adequately protect these resources and provide
4    safe and clean drinking water, substantial investment is
5    needed to replace lead components in drinking water
6    infrastructure, improve wastewater treatment, flood
7    control, and stormwater management, control aquatic
8    invasive species, implement green infrastructure
9    solutions, and implement other infrastructure solutions to
10    protect water quality.
11        (3) Implementing these clean water solutions will
12    require a skilled and trained workforce, and new
13    investments will demand additional workers with
14    specialized skills.
15        (4) Water infrastructure jobs have been shown to
16    provide living wages and contribute to Illinois' economy.
17        (5) Significant populations of Illinois residents,
18    including, but not limited to, residents of environmental
19    justice communities, economically and socially
20    disadvantaged communities, those returning from the
21    criminal justice system, foster care alumni, and in
22    particular women and transgender persons, are in need of
23    access to skilled living wage jobs like those in the water
24    infrastructure sector.
25        (6) Many of these residents are more likely to live in
26    communities with aging and inadequate clean water



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1    infrastructure and suffer from threats to surface and
2    drinking water quality.
3        (7) The State can provide significant economic
4    opportunities to these residents and achieve greater
5    environmental and public health by investing in clean
6    water infrastructure.
7        (8) New training, recruitment, support, and placement
8    efforts are needed to connect these residents with career
9    opportunities in water infrastructure.
10        (9) The State must invest in both clean water
11    infrastructure and workforce development efforts in order
12    to achieve these goals.
13    (b) Subject to appropriation, From appropriations made
14from the Build Illinois Bond Fund, Capital Development Fund,
15or General Revenue Fund or other funds as identified by the
16Department, the Department may shall create a Clean Water
17Workforce Pipeline Program to provide grants and other
18financial assistance to prepare and support individuals for
19careers in water infrastructure. All funding provided by the
20Program under this Section shall be designed to encourage and
21facilitate employment in projects funded through State capital
22investment and provide participants a skill set to allow them
23to work professionally in fields related to water
25    Grants and other financial assistance may be made
26available on a competitive annual basis to organizations that



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1demonstrate a capacity to recruit, support, train, and place
2individuals in water infrastructure careers, including, but
3not limited to, community organizations, educational
4institutions, workforce investment boards, community action
5agencies, and multi-craft labor organizations for new efforts
6specifically focused on engaging residents of environmental
7justice communities, economically and socially disadvantaged
8communities, those returning from the criminal justice system,
9foster care alumni, and in particular women and transgender
10persons in these populations.
11    Grants and other financial assistance may shall be awarded
12on a competitive and annual basis for the following
14        (1) identification of individuals for job training in
15    the water sector;
16        (2) counseling, preparation, skills training, and
17    other support to increase a candidate's likelihood of
18    success in a job training program and career;
19        (3) financial support for individuals in a water
20    sector job skills training program, support services, and
21    transportation assistance tied to training under this
22    Section;
23        (4) job placement services for individuals during and
24    after completion of water sector job skills training
25    programs; and
26        (5) financial, administrative, and management



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1    assistance for organizations engaged in these activities.
2    (c) It shall be an annual goal of the Program to train and
3place at least 300, or 25% of the number of annual jobs created
4by State financed water infrastructure projects, whichever is
5greater, of the following persons in water sector-related
6apprenticeships annually: residents of environmental justice
7communities; residents of economically and socially
8disadvantaged communities; those returning from the criminal
9justice system; foster care alumni; and, in particular, women
10and transgender persons. In awarding and administering grants
11under this Program, the Department shall strive to provide
12assistance equitably throughout the State.
13    In order to encourage the employment of individuals
14trained through the Program onto projects receiving State
15financial assistance, the Department may shall coordinate with
16the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, the Illinois
17Finance Authority, and other State agencies that provide
18financial support for water infrastructure projects. These
19agencies may shall take steps to support attaining the
20training and placement goals set forth in this subsection,
21using a list of projects that receive State financial support.
22These agencies may propose and adopt rules to facilitate the
23attainment of this goal.
24    Using funds appropriated for the purposes of this Section,
25the Department may select through a competitive bidding
26process a Program Administrator to oversee the allocation of



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1funds and select organizations that receive funding.
2    When the program is active, recipients Recipients of
3grants under the Program shall report annually to the
4Department on the success of their efforts and their
5contribution to reaching the goals of the Program provided in
6this subsection. When the program is active, the The
7Department shall compile this information and annually report
8to the General Assembly on the Program, including, but not
9limited to, the following information:
10        (1) progress toward the goals stated in this
11    subsection;
12        (2) any increase in the percentage of water industry
13    jobs in targeted populations;
14        (3) any increase in the rate of acceptance,
15    completion, or retention of water training programs among
16    targeted populations;
17        (4) any increase in the rate of employment, including
18    hours and annual income, measured against pre-Program
19    participant income; and
20        (5) any recommendations for future changes to optimize
21    the success of the Program.
22    (d) Within 90 days of the program receiving an
23appropriation, Within 90 days after January 1, 2020 (the
24effective date of Public Act 101-576), the Department may
25shall propose a draft plan to implement this Section for
26public comment. The Department may shall allow a minimum of 60



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1days for public comment on the plan, including one or more
2public hearings, if requested. The Department may shall
3finalize the plan within 180 days of January 1, 2020 (the
4effective date of Public Act 101-576).
5    The Department may propose and adopt any rules necessary
6for the implementation of the Program and to ensure compliance
7with this Section.
8    (e) The Water Workforce Development Fund is created as a
9special fund in the State treasury. The Fund shall receive
10moneys appropriated for the purpose of this Section from the
11Build Illinois Bond Fund, the Capital Development Fund, the
12General Revenue Fund and any other funds. Moneys in the Fund
13shall only be used to fund the Program and to assist and enable
14implementation of clean water infrastructure capital
15investments. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,
16the Water Workforce Development Fund is not subject to sweeps,
17administrative charge-backs, or any other fiscal or budgetary
18maneuver that would in any way transfer any amounts from the
19Water Workforce Development Fund into any other fund of the
21    (f) For purpose of this Section:
22    "Environmental justice community" has the meaning provided
23in subsection (b) of Section 1-50 of the Illinois Power Agency
25    "Multi-craft labor organization" means a joint
26labor-management apprenticeship program registered with and



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1approved by the United States Department of Labor's Office of
2Apprenticeship or a labor organization that has an accredited
3training program through the Higher Learning Commission or the
4Illinois Community College Board.
5    "Organization" means a corporation, company, partnership,
6association, society, order, labor organization, or individual
7or aggregation of individuals.
8(Source: P.A. 101-576, eff. 1-1-20; 102-558, eff. 8-20-21.)
9    (20 ILCS 615/Act rep.)
10    Section 20. The Displaced Homemakers Assistance Act is
12    (20 ILCS 630/3 rep.)
13    (20 ILCS 630/5 rep.)
14    Section 22. The Illinois Emergency Employment Development
15Act is amended by repealing Sections 3 and 5.
16    Section 25. The Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and
17Coal Resources Development Law of 1997 is amended by changing
18Section 6-6 as follows:
19    (20 ILCS 687/6-6)
20    (Section scheduled to be repealed on December 31, 2025)
21    Sec. 6-6. Energy efficiency program.
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1as provided in this Section, each electric utility as defined
2in Section 3-105 of the Public Utilities Act and each
3alternative retail electric supplier as defined in Section
416-102 of the Public Utilities Act supplying electric power
5and energy to retail customers located in the State of
6Illinois shall contribute annually a pro rata share of a total
7amount of $3,000,000 based upon the number of kilowatt-hours
8sold by each such entity in the 12 months preceding the year of
9contribution. On or before May 1 of each year, the Illinois
10Commerce Commission shall determine and notify the Agency of
11the pro rata share owed by each electric utility and each
12alternative retail electric supplier based upon information
13supplied annually to the Illinois Commerce Commission. On or
14before June 1 of each year, the Agency shall send written
15notification to each electric utility and each alternative
16retail electric supplier of the amount of pro rata share they
17owe. These contributions shall be remitted to the Illinois
18Environmental Protection Agency Department of Revenue on or
19before June 30 of each year the contribution is due on a return
20prescribed and furnished by the Illinois Environmental
21Protection Agency Department of Revenue showing such
22information as the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
23Department of Revenue may reasonably require. The funds
24received pursuant to this Section shall be subject to the
25appropriation of funds by the General Assembly. The Illinois
26Environmental Protection Agency Department of Revenue shall



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1place the funds remitted under this Section in a trust fund,
2that is hereby created in the State Treasury, called the
3Energy Efficiency Trust Fund. If an electric utility or
4alternative retail electric supplier does not remit its pro
5rata share to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
6Department of Revenue, the Illinois Environmental Protection
7Agency Department of Revenue must inform the Illinois Commerce
8Commission of such failure. The Illinois Commerce Commission
9may then revoke the certification of that electric utility or
10alternative retail electric supplier. The Illinois Commerce
11Commission may not renew the certification of any electric
12utility or alternative retail electric supplier that is
13delinquent in paying its pro rata share.
14    (b) The Agency shall disburse the moneys in the Energy
15Efficiency Trust Fund to benefit residential electric
16customers through projects which the Agency has determined
17will promote energy efficiency in the State of Illinois. The
18Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity shall
19establish a list of projects eligible for grants from the
20Energy Efficiency Trust Fund including, but not limited to,
21supporting energy efficiency efforts for low-income
22households, replacing energy inefficient windows with more
23efficient windows, replacing energy inefficient appliances
24with more efficient appliances, replacing energy inefficient
25lighting with more efficient lighting, insulating dwellings
26and buildings, using market incentives to encourage energy



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1efficiency, and such other projects which will increase energy
2efficiency in homes and rental properties.
3    (c) The Agency may, by administrative rule, establish
4criteria and an application process for this grant program.
5    (d) (Blank).
6    (e) (Blank).
7(Source: P.A. 102-444, eff. 8-20-21.)
8    (20 ILCS 1120/Act rep.)
9    Section 30. The Energy Policy and Planning Act is
11    (20 ILCS 1510/65 rep.)
12    Section 40. The Illinois Guaranteed Job Opportunity Act is
13amended by repealing Section 65.
14    (20 ILCS 2310/2310-76 rep.)
15    Section 45. The Department of Public Health Powers and
16Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois is
17amended by repealing Section 2310-76.
18    (20 ILCS 2335/Act rep.)
19    Section 50. The Community Health Worker Advisory Board Act
20is repealed.
21    (20 ILCS 3934/Act rep.)



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1    Section 55. The Electronic Health Records Taskforce Act is
3    Section 60. The Green Governments Illinois Act is amended
4by changing Section 15 as follows:
5    (20 ILCS 3954/15)
6    Sec. 15.Council membership and administrative support.
7Representatives from various State agencies and State
8universities with specific fiscal, procurement, educational,
9and environmental policy expertise shall comprise the Council.
10Until the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 97th
11General Assembly, the Lieutenant Governor is the chair of the
12Council. On and after the effective date of this amendatory
13Act of the 97th General Assembly, the Governor is the chair of
14the Council, and the Lieutenant Governor, or his or her
15designee, shall be a member of the council. The director or
16President, respectively, of each of the following State
17agencies and State universities, or his or her designee, is a
18member of the Council: the Department of Commerce and Economic
19Opportunity, the Environmental Protection Agency, the
20University of Illinois, the Department of Natural Resources,
21the Department of Central Management Services, the Governor's
22Office of Management and Budget, the Department of
23Agriculture, the Department of Transportation, the Department
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1Department of Public Health, the State Board of Education, the
2Board of Higher Education, and the Capital Development Board.
3    The Office of the Governor shall provide administrative
4support to the Council. A minimum of one staff position in the
5Office of the Governor shall be dedicated to the Green
6Governments Illinois program.
7(Source: P.A. 97-573, eff. 8-25-11; 98-346, eff. 8-14-13.)
8    Section 65. The State Finance Act is amended by changing
9Sections 5k and 6z-75 as follows:
10    (30 ILCS 105/5k)
11    Sec. 5k. Cash flow borrowing and general funds liquidity;
13    (a) In order to meet cash flow deficits and to maintain
14liquidity in the General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance
15Reserve Fund, on and after July 1, 2014 and through June 30,
162015, the State Treasurer and the State Comptroller shall make
17transfers to the General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance
18Reserve Fund, as directed by the Governor, out of special
19funds of the State, to the extent allowed by federal law. No
20such transfer may reduce the cumulative balance of all of the
21special funds of the State to an amount less than the total
22debt service payable during the 12 months immediately
23following the date of the transfer on any bonded indebtedness
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1Borrowing Act. At no time shall the outstanding total
2transfers made from the special funds of the State to the
3General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance Reserve Fund
4under this Section exceed $650,000,000; once the amount of
5$650,000,000 has been transferred from the special funds of
6the State to the General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance
7Reserve Fund, additional transfers may be made from the
8special funds of the State to the General Revenue Fund and the
9Health Insurance Reserve Fund under this Section only to the
10extent that moneys have first been re-transferred from the
11General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance Reserve Fund to
12those special funds of the State. Notwithstanding any other
13provision of this Section, no such transfer may be made from
14any special fund that is exclusively collected by or
15appropriated to any other constitutional officer without the
16written approval of that constitutional officer.
17    (b) If moneys have been transferred to the General Revenue
18Fund and the Health Insurance Reserve Fund pursuant to
19subsection (a) of this Section, this amendatory Act of the
2098th General Assembly shall constitute the continuing
21authority for and direction to the State Treasurer and State
22Comptroller to reimburse the funds of origin from the General
23Revenue Fund by transferring to the funds of origin, at such
24times and in such amounts as directed by the Governor when
25necessary to support appropriated expenditures from the funds,
26an amount equal to that transferred from them plus any



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1interest that would have accrued thereon had the transfer not
2occurred. When any of the funds from which moneys have been
3transferred pursuant to subsection (a) have insufficient cash
4from which the State Comptroller may make expenditures
5properly supported by appropriations from the fund, then the
6State Treasurer and State Comptroller shall transfer from the
7General Revenue Fund to the fund only such amount as is
8immediately necessary to satisfy outstanding expenditure
9obligations on a timely basis.
10    (c) On the first day of each quarterly period in each
11fiscal year, until such time as a report indicates that all
12moneys borrowed and interest pursuant to this Section have
13been repaid, the Governor's Office of Management and Budget
14shall provide to the President and the Minority Leader of the
15Senate, the Speaker and the Minority Leader of the House of
16Representatives, and the Commission on Government Forecasting
17and Accountability a report on all transfers made pursuant to
18this Section in the prior fiscal year quarterly period. The
19report must be provided in electronic format. The report must
20include all of the following:
21        (1) The date each transfer was made.
22        (2) The amount of each transfer.
23        (3) In the case of a transfer from the General Revenue
24    Fund to a fund of origin pursuant to subsection (b) of this
25    Section, the amount of interest being paid to the fund of
26    origin.



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1        (4) The end of day balance of the fund of origin, the
2    General Revenue Fund and the Health Insurance Reserve Fund
3    on the date the transfer was made.
4(Source: P.A. 98-682, eff. 6-30-14; 99-523, eff. 6-30-16.)
5    (30 ILCS 105/6z-75)
6    Sec. 6z-75. The Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund.
7    (a) Creation. The Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund is
8created as a special fund in the State treasury. The State
9Treasurer shall be the custodian of the Fund. Amounts in the
10Fund, both principal and interest not appropriated, shall be
11invested as provided by law.
12    (b) Funding and investment.
13        (1) The Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund may accept,
14    receive, and administer any grants, loans, or other funds
15    made available to it by any source. Any such funds
16    received by the Fund shall not be considered income, but
17    shall be added to the principal of the Fund.
18        (2) The investments of the Fund shall be managed by
19    the Illinois State Board of Investment, for the purpose of
20    obtaining a total return on investments for the long term,
21    as provided for under Article 22A of the Illinois Pension
22    Code.
23    (c) Investment proceeds. Subject to the provisions of
24subsection (d) of this Section, the General Assembly may
25annually appropriate from the Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund



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1to the Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund an amount
2calculated not to exceed 90% of the prior fiscal year's annual
3investment income earned by the Illinois Power Agency Trust
4Fund to the Illinois Power Agency. Any investment income not
5appropriated by the General Assembly in a given fiscal year
6shall be added to the principal of the Fund, and thereafter
7considered a part thereof and not subject to appropriation as
8income earned by the Fund.
9    (d) Expenditures.
10        (1) During Fiscal Year 2008 and Fiscal Year 2009, the
11    General Assembly shall not appropriate any of the
12    investment income earned by the Illinois Power Agency
13    Trust Fund to the Illinois Power Agency.
14        (2) During Fiscal Year 2010 and Fiscal Year 2011, the
15    General Assembly shall appropriate a portion of the
16    investment income earned by the Illinois Power Agency
17    Trust Fund to repay to the General Revenue Fund of the
18    State of Illinois those amounts, if any, appropriated from
19    the General Revenue Fund for the operation of the Illinois
20    Power Agency during Fiscal Year 2008 and Fiscal Year 2009,
21    so that at the end of Fiscal Year 2011, the entire amount,
22    if any, appropriated from the General Revenue Fund for the
23    operation of the Illinois Power Agency during Fiscal Year
24    2008 and Fiscal Year 2009 will be repaid in full to the
25    General Revenue Fund.
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1    Assembly shall consider the need to balance its
2    appropriations from the investment income earned by the
3    Fund with the need to provide for the growth of the
4    principal of the Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund in order
5    to ensure that the Fund is able to produce sufficient
6    investment income to fund the operations of the Illinois
7    Power Agency in future years.
8        (4) If the Illinois Power Agency shall cease
9    operations, then, unless otherwise provided for by law or
10    appropriation, the principal and any investment income
11    earned by the Fund shall be transferred into the
12    Supplemental Low-Income Energy Assistance Fund.
13    (e) Implementation. The provisions of this Section shall
14not be operative until the Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund
15has accumulated a principal balance of $25,000,000.
16(Source: P.A. 102-1071, eff. 6-10-22.)
17    Section 70. The Industrial Development Assistance Law is
18amended by changing Sections 4, 5, and 7 as follows:
19    (30 ILCS 720/4)  (from Ch. 85, par. 894)
20    Sec. 4. Recognition of industrial development agencies.
21The Department, upon receipt of certified copies of such
22resolutions as may be necessary to satisfy it that an
23industrial development agency has been duly chosen to act
24within a particular county, may shall recognize such



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1industrial development agency as the sole such agency within
2such county for the purposes of this Act.
3(Source: P.A. 76-1961.)
4    (30 ILCS 720/5)  (from Ch. 85, par. 895)
5    Sec. 5. Applications for and approval of grants to
6industrial development agencies. Subject to appropriation, the
7The Department is authorized to make grants to recognized
8industrial development agencies, to assist such agencies in
9the financing of their operational costs for the purposes of
10making studies, surveys and investigations, the compilation of
11data and statistics and in the carrying out of planning and
12promotional programs; but before any such grant may be made,
13    (A) The industrial development agency shall have made
14application to the Department for such grant, and shall have
15therein set forth the studies proposed to be made, the
16statistics, data and surveys proposed to be completed, and the
17program proposed to be undertaken for the purpose of
18encouraging and stimulating industrial development in the
19county. The application shall further state, under oath or
20affirmation, with evidence thereof satisfactory to the
21department, the amount of funds held by or committed or
22subscribed to the industrial development agency for
23application to the purposes herein described and the amount of
24the grant for which application is made; and
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1satisfied that the program of the industrial development
2agency appears to be in accord with the purposes of this Act,
3shall authorize the making of a matching grant to such
4industrial development agency equal to funds of the agency
5allocated by it to the program described in its application;
6but such State grant shall not exceed an amount equal to
7one-twentieth of one dollar for each inhabitant of the county
8or counties represented by such agency as determined by the
9last preceding decennial United States Census.
10(Source: P.A. 76-1961.)
11    (30 ILCS 720/7)  (from Ch. 85, par. 897)
12    Sec. 7. Rules and regulations of the department. In order
13to effectuate and enforce the provisions of this Act, the
14Department may adopt is authorized to promulgate necessary
15rules and regulations and prescribe procedures in order to
16assure compliance by industrial development agencies in
17carrying out the purposes for which grants may be made
19(Source: P.A. 76-1961.)
20    Section 75. The Build Illinois Act is amended by changing
21Section 9-4.2a as follows:
22    (30 ILCS 750/9-4.2a)
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1    (a) In order to increase the growth of small rural
2businesses, the rural micro-business loan program is created
3and shall be administered by the Department of Commerce and
4Economic Opportunity, subject to appropriation. This program
5shall help small businesses that lack sufficient collateral or
6equity access funds at competitive terms to help create or
7retain jobs, modernize equipment or facilities, and maintain
8their competitiveness.
9    (b) In the making of loans for rural micro-businesses, as
10defined below, the Department is authorized to employ
11different criteria in lieu of the general provisions of
12subsections (b), (d), (e), (f), (h), and (i) of Section 9-4.
13The Department shall adopt rules for the administration of
14this program.
15    For purposes of this Section, "rural micro-business" means
16a business that: (i) employs 5 or fewer full-time employees,
17including the owner if the owner is an employee, and (ii) is
18based on the production, processing, or marketing of
19agricultural products, forest products, cottage and craft
20products, or tourism.
21    (c) The Department may shall determine by rule the amount,
22term, interest rate, and allowable uses of loans awarded under
23this program, except that:
24        (1) The loan shall not exceed $25,000 or 50% of the
25    business project costs, unless the Director of the
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1    required to meet the purposes of this Act.
2        (2) The loan shall only be made if the Department
3    determines that the number of jobs to be created or
4    retained by the business is reasonable in relation to the
5    loan funds requested.
6        (3) The borrower shall provide a written statement of
7    the funds required to establish or support the business
8    and shall provide equity capital in an amount equal to 10%
9    of the first $10,000 of the required funds and equity
10    capital, other loans, or leveraged capital, or any
11    combination thereof, in an amount equal to 50% of any
12    additional required funds.
13        (4) The loan shall be in a principal amount and form
14    and contain terms and provisions with respect to security,
15    insurance, reporting, delinquency charges, default
16    remedies, and other matters that the Department determines
17    are appropriate to protect the public interest and are
18    consistent with the purposes of this Section. The terms
19    and provisions may be less than required for similar loans
20    not covered by this Section.
21        (5) The Department shall award no less than 80% of the
22    amount available for this program for loans to businesses
23    that are located in counties with a population of 100,000
24    or less.
25(Source: P.A. 94-392, eff. 8-1-05.)



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1    Section 80. The State Mandates Act is amended by changing
2Section 4 as follows:
3    (30 ILCS 805/4)  (from Ch. 85, par. 2204)
4    Sec. 4. Collection and maintenance of information
5concerning state mandates.
6    (a) The Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity,
7hereafter referred to as the Department, shall, subject to
8appropriation, be responsible for:
9        (1) Collecting and maintaining information on State
10    mandates, including information required for effective
11    implementation of the provisions of this Act.
12        (2) Reviewing local government applications for
13    reimbursement submitted under this Act in cases in which
14    the General Assembly has appropriated funds to reimburse
15    local governments for costs associated with the
16    implementation of a State mandate. In cases in which there
17    is no appropriation for reimbursement, upon a request for
18    determination of a mandate by a unit of local government,
19    or more than one unit of local government filing a single
20    request, other than a school district or a community
21    college district, the Department shall determine whether a
22    Public Act constitutes a mandate and, if so, the Statewide
23    cost of implementation.
24        (3) Hearing complaints or suggestions from local
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1    existing or proposed State mandates.
2        (4) Reporting each year to the Governor and the
3    General Assembly regarding the administration of
4    provisions of this Act and changes proposed to this Act.
5    The Commission on Government Forecasting and
6Accountability shall conduct public hearings as needed to
7review the information collected and the recommendations made
8by the Department under this subsection (a). The Department
9shall cooperate fully with the Commission on Government
10Forecasting and Accountability, providing any information,
11supporting documentation and other assistance required by the
12Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability to
13facilitate the conduct of the hearing.
14    (b) Within 2 years following the effective date of this
15Act, the Department shall, subject to appropriation, collect
16and tabulate relevant information as to the nature and scope
17of each existing State mandate, including but not necessarily
18limited to (i) identity of type of local government and local
19government agency or official to whom the mandate is directed;
20(ii) whether or not an identifiable local direct cost is
21necessitated by the mandate and the estimated annual amount;
22(iii) extent of State financial participation, if any, in
23meeting identifiable costs; (iv) State agency, if any, charged
24with supervising the implementation of the mandate; and (v) a
25brief description of the mandate and a citation of its origin
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1    (c) The resulting information from subsection (b) shall be
2published in a catalog available to members of the General
3Assembly, State and local officials, and interested citizens.
4As new mandates are enacted they shall be added to the catalog,
5and each January 31 the Department shall, subject to
6appropriation, list each new mandate enacted at the preceding
7session of the General Assembly, and the estimated additional
8identifiable direct costs, if any imposed upon local
9governments. A revised version of the catalog, subject to
10appropriation, shall be published every 2 years beginning with
11the publication date of the first catalog.
12    (d) Failure of the General Assembly to appropriate
13adequate funds for reimbursement as required by this Act shall
14not relieve the Department of Commerce and Economic
15Opportunity from its obligations under this Section.
16(Source: P.A. 100-1148, eff. 12-10-18.)
17    (70 ILCS 210/22.1 rep.)
18    Section 85. The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority
19Act is amended by repealing Section 22.1.
20    Section 90. The Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Training
21Act is amended by changing Section 5 as follows:
22    (110 ILCS 46/5)
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1at Chicago and Southern Illinois University shall expand their
2focuses on enrolling, training, and graduating forensic mental
3health professionals by each creating, subject to
4appropriations, a forensic psychiatry fellowship training
5program at their Colleges of Medicine.
6(Source: P.A. 95-22, eff. 8-3-07.)
7    Section 95. The Liquor Control Act of 1934 is amended by
8changing Sections 6-5 and 9-12 as follows:
9    (235 ILCS 5/6-5)  (from Ch. 43, par. 122)
10    Sec. 6-5. Except as otherwise provided in this Section, it
11is unlawful for any person having a retailer's license or any
12officer, associate, member, representative or agent of such
13licensee to accept, receive or borrow money, or anything else
14of value, or accept or receive credit (other than
15merchandising credit in the ordinary course of business for a
16period not to exceed 30 days) directly or indirectly from any
17manufacturer, importing distributor or distributor of
18alcoholic liquor, or from any person connected with or in any
19way representing, or from any member of the family of, such
20manufacturer, importing distributor, distributor or
21wholesaler, or from any stockholders in any corporation
22engaged in manufacturing, distributing or wholesaling of such
23liquor, or from any officer, manager, agent or representative
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1for any manufacturer or distributor or importing distributor
2to give or lend money or anything of value, or otherwise loan
3or extend credit (except such merchandising credit) directly
4or indirectly to any retail licensee or to the manager,
5representative, agent, officer or director of such licensee. A
6manufacturer, distributor or importing distributor may furnish
7free advertising, posters, signs, brochures, hand-outs, or
8other promotional devices or materials to any unit of
9government owning or operating any auditorium, exhibition
10hall, recreation facility or other similar facility holding a
11retailer's license, provided that the primary purpose of such
12promotional devices or materials is to promote public events
13being held at such facility. A unit of government owning or
14operating such a facility holding a retailer's license may
15accept such promotional devices or materials designed
16primarily to promote public events held at the facility. No
17retail licensee delinquent beyond the 30 day period specified
18in this Section shall solicit, accept or receive credit,
19purchase or acquire alcoholic liquors, directly or indirectly
20from any other licensee, and no manufacturer, distributor or
21importing distributor shall knowingly grant or extend credit,
22sell, furnish or supply alcoholic liquors to any such
23delinquent retail licensee; provided that the purchase price
24of all beer sold to a retail licensee shall be paid by the
25retail licensee in cash on or before delivery of the beer, and
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1beer sold to him in returnable bottles shall expressly include
2a charge for the bottles and cases, the retail licensee shall,
3on or before delivery of such beer, pay the seller in cash a
4deposit in an amount not less than the deposit required to be
5paid by the distributor to the brewer; but where the brewer
6sells direct to the retailer, the deposit shall be an amount no
7less than that required by the brewer from his own
8distributors; and provided further, that in no instance shall
9this deposit be less than 50 cents for each case of beer in
10pint or smaller bottles and 60 cents for each case of beer in
11quart or half-gallon bottles; and provided further, that the
12purchase price of all beer sold to an importing distributor or
13distributor shall be paid by such importing distributor or
14distributor in cash on or before the 15th day (Sundays and
15holidays excepted) after delivery of such beer to such
16purchaser; and unless the purchase price payable by such
17importing distributor or distributor for beer sold in
18returnable bottles and cases shall expressly include a charge
19for the bottles and cases, such importing distributor or
20distributor shall, on or before the 15th day (Sundays and
21holidays excepted) after delivery of such beer to such
22purchaser, pay the seller in cash a required amount as a
23deposit to assure the return of such bottles and cases.
24Nothing herein contained shall prohibit any licensee from
25crediting or refunding to a purchaser the actual amount of
26money paid for bottles, cases, kegs or barrels returned by the



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1purchaser to the seller or paid by the purchaser as a deposit
2on bottles, cases, kegs or barrels, when such containers or
3packages are returned to the seller. Nothing herein contained
4shall prohibit any manufacturer, importing distributor or
5distributor from extending usual and customary credit for
6alcoholic liquor sold to customers or purchasers who live in
7or maintain places of business outside of this State when such
8alcoholic liquor is actually transported and delivered to such
9points outside of this State.
10    A manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor may
11furnish free social media advertising to a retail licensee if
12the social media advertisement does not contain the retail
13price of any alcoholic liquor and the social media
14advertisement complies with any applicable rules or
15regulations issued by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade
16Bureau of the United States Department of the Treasury. A
17manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor may list
18the names of one or more unaffiliated retailers in the
19advertisement of alcoholic liquor through social media.
20Nothing in this Section shall prohibit a retailer from
21communicating with a manufacturer, distributor, or importing
22distributor on social media or sharing media on the social
23media of a manufacturer, distributor, or importing
24distributor. A retailer may request free social media
25advertising from a manufacturer, distributor, or importing
26distributor. Nothing in this Section shall prohibit a



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1manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor from
2sharing, reposting, or otherwise forwarding a social media
3post by a retail licensee, so long as the sharing, reposting,
4or forwarding of the social media post does not contain the
5retail price of any alcoholic liquor. No manufacturer,
6distributor, or importing distributor shall pay or reimburse a
7retailer, directly or indirectly, for any social media
8advertising services, except as specifically permitted in this
9Act. No retailer shall accept any payment or reimbursement,
10directly or indirectly, for any social media advertising
11services offered by a manufacturer, distributor, or importing
12distributor, except as specifically permitted in this Act. For
13the purposes of this Section, "social media" means a service,
14platform, or site where users communicate with one another and
15share media, such as pictures, videos, music, and blogs, with
16other users free of charge.
17    No right of action shall exist for the collection of any
18claim based upon credit extended to a distributor, importing
19distributor or retail licensee contrary to the provisions of
20this Section.
21    Every manufacturer, importing distributor and distributor
22shall submit or cause to be submitted, to the State
23Commission, in triplicate, not later than Thursday of each
24calendar week, a verified written list of the names and
25respective addresses of each retail licensee purchasing
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1or distributor who, on the first business day of that calendar
2week, was delinquent beyond the above mentioned permissible
3merchandising credit period of 30 days; or, if such is the
4fact, a verified written statement that no retail licensee
5purchasing spirits or wine was then delinquent beyond such
6permissible merchandising credit period of 30 days.
7    Every manufacturer, importing distributor and distributor
8shall submit or cause to be submitted, to the State
9Commission, in triplicate, a verified written list of the
10names and respective addresses of each previously reported
11delinquent retail licensee who has cured such delinquency by
12payment, which list shall be submitted not later than the
13close of the second full business day following the day such
14delinquency was so cured.
15    The written list of delinquent retail licensees shall be
16developed, administered, and maintained only by the State
17Commission. The State Commission shall notify each retail
18licensee that it has been placed on the delinquency list.
19Determinations of delinquency or nondelinquency shall be made
20only by the State Commission.
21    Such written verified reports required to be submitted by
22this Section shall be posted by the State Commission in each of
23its offices in places available for public inspection not
24later than the day following receipt thereof by the State
25Commission. The reports so posted shall constitute notice to
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1the information contained therein. Actual notice to
2manufacturers, importing distributors and distributors of the
3information contained in any such posted reports, however
4received, shall also constitute notice of such information.
5    The 30-day merchandising credit period allowed by this
6Section shall commence with the day immediately following the
7date of invoice and shall include all successive days
8including Sundays and holidays to and including the 30th
9successive day.
10    In addition to other methods allowed by law, payment by
11check or credit card during the period for which merchandising
12credit may be extended under the provisions of this Section
13shall be considered payment. All checks received in payment
14for alcoholic liquor shall be promptly deposited for
15collection. A post dated check or a check dishonored on
16presentation for payment shall not be deemed payment.
17    A credit card payment in dispute by a retailer shall not be
18deemed payment, and the debt uncured for merchandising credit
19shall be reported as delinquent. Nothing in this Section shall
20prevent a distributor, self-distributing manufacturer, or
21importing distributor from assessing a usual and customary
22transaction fee representative of the actual finance charges
23incurred for processing a credit card payment. This
24transaction fee shall be disclosed on the invoice. It shall be
25considered unlawful for a distributor, importing distributor,
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2    A retail licensee shall not be deemed to be delinquent in
3payment for any alleged sale to him of alcoholic liquor when
4there exists a bona fide dispute between such retailer and a
5manufacturer, importing distributor or distributor with
6respect to the amount of indebtedness existing because of such
7alleged sale. A retail licensee shall not be deemed to be
8delinquent under this provision and 11 Ill. Adm. Code 100.90
9until 30 days after the date on which the region in which the
10retail licensee is located enters Phase 4 of the Governor's
11Restore Illinois Plan as issued on May 5, 2020.
12    A delinquent retail licensee who engages in the retail
13liquor business at 2 or more locations shall be deemed to be
14delinquent with respect to each such location.
15    The license of any person who violates any provision of
16this Section shall be subject to suspension or revocation in
17the manner provided by this Act.
18    If any part or provision of this Article or the
19application thereof to any person or circumstances shall be
20adjudged invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such
21judgment shall be confined by its operation to the controversy
22in which it was mentioned and shall not affect or invalidate
23the remainder of this Article or the application thereof to
24any other person or circumstance and to this and the
25provisions of this Article are declared severable.
26(Source: P.A. 101-631, eff. 6-2-20; 102-8, eff. 6-2-21;



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1102-442, eff. 1-1-22; 102-813, eff. 5-13-22.)
2    (235 ILCS 5/9-12)  (from Ch. 43, par. 175.1)
3    Sec. 9-12. Within 10 days after the filing of any petition
4under this Article, the official with whom the petition is
5filed shall prepare, in quintuplicate, the report hereinafter
6prescribed. One copy shall be kept on file in the official's
7office, and he shall, by registered mail, send two copies to
8the Secretary of State, one copy to the county clerk and one
9copy to the person who filed the petition.
10    The official shall make such report substantially in the
11following form:
12    Report of filing of petition for local option election to
13be held on .... in .... (name of precinct, etc.).
14Date of filing ....
15By whom filed ....
16Number of signers ....
17Proposal(s) to be voted upon ....
.... (Official)

19    Immediately upon completion of the canvass of any local
20option election, the official shall prepare, in quadruplicate,
21a report of the election result as hereinafter prescribed and
22shall keep one copy on file in his office and, within 10 days
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1to the Secretary of State and one copy to the county clerk. The
2report shall be substantially as follows:
3    Report of local option election held on .... in .... (name
4of precinct, etc.) upon the following proposal(s) ....
Number voting "YES" ....
Number voting "NO" ....
.... (Official)

8    The official shall sign each copy of every report required
9by this Section.
10    The Secretary of State and the county clerk shall keep on
11file in their offices, available for inspection, any report
12received by him pursuant to this Section.
13(Source: P.A. 91-357, eff. 7-29-99.)
14    Section 100. The Atherosclerosis Prevention Act is amended
15by changing Section 15 as follows:
16    (410 ILCS 3/15)
17    Sec. 15. Duties. The Department of Public Health, with the
18advice of the Atherosclerosis Advisory Committee, shall do all
19of the following:
20        (1) Develop standards for determining eligibility for
21    support of research, education, and prevention activities.
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1    programs for research in the causes and cures of
2    atherosclerosis, including medical procedures and
3    techniques that have a lifesaving effect in the care and
4    treatment of persons suffering from the disease.
5        (3) Assist in expanding resources for research and
6    medical care in the cardiovascular disease field.
7        (4) Establish or cause to be established, through its
8    own resources or by contract or otherwise, with other
9    agencies or institutions, facilities and systems for early
10    detection of persons with heart disease or conditions that
11    might lead to heart disease and for referral to those
12    persons' physicians or other appropriate resources for
13    care.
14        (5) Institute and carry on educational programs among
15    physicians, hospitals, public health departments, and the
16    public concerning atherosclerosis, including the
17    dissemination of information and the conducting of
18    educational programs concerning the prevention of
19    atherosclerosis and the methods for the care and treatment
20    of persons suffering from the disease.
21(Source: P.A. 91-343, eff. 1-1-00.)
22    Section 105. The Environmental Protection Act is amended
23by changing Section 55.6 as follows:
24    (415 ILCS 5/55.6)  (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 1055.6)



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1    Sec. 55.6. Used Tire Management Fund.
2    (a) There is hereby created in the State Treasury a
3special fund to be known as the Used Tire Management Fund.
4There shall be deposited into the Fund all monies received as
5(1) recovered costs or proceeds from the sale of used tires
6under Section 55.3 of this Act, (2) repayment of loans from the
7Used Tire Management Fund, or (3) penalties or punitive
8damages for violations of this Title, except as provided by
9subdivision (b)(4) or (b)(4-5) of Section 42.
10    (b) Beginning January 1, 1992, in addition to any other
11fees required by law, the owner or operator of each site
12required to be registered or permitted under subsection (d) or
13(d-5) of Section 55 shall pay to the Agency an annual fee of
14$100. Fees collected under this subsection shall be deposited
15into the Environmental Protection Permit and Inspection Fund.
16    (c) Pursuant to appropriation, moneys up to an amount of
17$4 million per fiscal year from the Used Tire Management Fund
18shall be allocated as follows:
19        (1) 38% shall be available to the Agency for the
20    following purposes, provided that priority shall be given
21    to item (i):
22            (i) To undertake preventive, corrective or removal
23        action as authorized by and in accordance with Section
24        55.3, and to recover costs in accordance with Section
25        55.3.
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1        enforcement activities for used and waste tire sites.
2            (iii) (Blank).
3            (iv) To provide financial assistance to units of
4        local government for the performance of inspecting,
5        investigating and enforcement activities pursuant to
6        subsection (r) of Section 4 at used and waste tire
7        sites.
8            (v) To provide financial assistance for used and
9        waste tire collection projects sponsored by local
10        government or not-for-profit corporations.
11            (vi) For the costs of fee collection and
12        administration relating to used and waste tires, and
13        to accomplish such other purposes as are authorized by
14        this Act and regulations thereunder.
15            (vii) To provide financial assistance to units of
16        local government and private industry for the purposes
17        of:
18                (A) assisting in the establishment of
19            facilities and programs to collect, process, and
20            utilize used and waste tires and tire-derived
21            materials;
22                (B) demonstrating the feasibility of
23            innovative technologies as a means of collecting,
24            storing, processing, and utilizing used and waste
25            tires and tire-derived materials; and
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1            means of collecting, storing, processing, and
2            utilizing used and waste tires and tire-derived
3            materials.
4        (2) (Blank).
5        (2.1) For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2004 and
6    for all fiscal years thereafter, 23% shall be deposited
7    into the General Revenue Fund. Prior to the fiscal year
8    beginning July 1, 2023, such Such transfers are at the
9    direction of the Department of Revenue, and shall be made
10    within 30 days after the end of each quarter. Beginning
11    with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023, such
12    transfers are at the direction of the Agency and shall be
13    made within 30 days after the end of each quarter.
14        (3) 25% shall be available to the Illinois Department
15    of Public Health for the following purposes:
16            (A) To investigate threats or potential threats to
17        the public health related to mosquitoes and other
18        vectors of disease associated with the improper
19        storage, handling and disposal of tires, improper
20        waste disposal, or natural conditions.
21            (B) To conduct surveillance and monitoring
22        activities for mosquitoes and other arthropod vectors
23        of disease, and surveillance of animals which provide
24        a reservoir for disease-producing organisms.
25            (C) To conduct training activities to promote
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1        as defined in the Vector Control Act.
2            (D) To respond to inquiries, investigate
3        complaints, conduct evaluations and provide technical
4        consultation to help reduce or eliminate public health
5        hazards and nuisance conditions associated with
6        mosquitoes and other vectors.
7            (E) To provide financial assistance to units of
8        local government for training, investigation and
9        response to public nuisances associated with
10        mosquitoes and other vectors of disease.
11        (4) 2% shall be available to the Department of
12    Agriculture for its activities under the Illinois
13    Pesticide Act relating to used and waste tires.
14        (5) 2% shall be available to the Pollution Control
15    Board for administration of its activities relating to
16    used and waste tires.
17        (6) 10% shall be available to the University of
18    Illinois for the Prairie Research Institute to perform
19    research to study the biology, distribution, population
20    ecology, and biosystematics of tire-breeding arthropods,
21    especially mosquitoes, and the diseases they spread.
22    (d) By January 1, 1998, and biennially thereafter, each
23State agency receiving an appropriation from the Used Tire
24Management Fund shall report to the Governor and the General
25Assembly on its activities relating to the Fund.
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1Fund, but not obligated, shall revert to the Fund.
2    (f) In administering the provisions of subdivisions (1),
3(2) and (3) of subsection (c) of this Section, the Agency, the
4Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, and the
5Illinois Department of Public Health shall ensure that
6appropriate funding assistance is provided to any municipality
7with a population over 1,000,000 or to any sanitary district
8which serves a population over 1,000,000.
9    (g) Pursuant to appropriation, monies in excess of $4
10million per fiscal year from the Used Tire Management Fund
11shall be used as follows:
12        (1) 55% shall be available to the Agency for the
13    following purposes, provided that priority shall be given
14    to subparagraph (A):
15            (A) To undertake preventive, corrective or renewed
16        action as authorized by and in accordance with Section
17        55.3 and to recover costs in accordance with Section
18        55.3.
19            (B) To provide financial assistance to units of
20        local government and private industry for the purposes
21        of:
22                (i) assisting in the establishment of
23            facilities and programs to collect, process, and
24            utilize used and waste tires and tire-derived
25            materials;
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1            innovative technologies as a means of collecting,
2            storing, processing, and utilizing used and waste
3            tires and tire-derived materials; and
4                (iii) applying demonstrated technologies as a
5            means of collecting, storing, processing, and
6            utilizing used and waste tires and tire-derived
7            materials.
8            (C) To provide grants to public universities for
9        vector-related research, disease-related research, and
10        for related laboratory-based equipment and field-based
11        equipment.
12        (2) (Blank).
13        (3) For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2004 and for
14    all fiscal years thereafter, 45% shall be deposited into
15    the General Revenue Fund. Prior to the fiscal year
16    beginning July 1, 2023, such Such transfers are at the
17    direction of the Department of Revenue, and shall be made
18    within 30 days after the end of each quarter. Beginning
19    with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023, such
20    transfers are at the direction of the Agency and shall be
21    made within 30 days after the end of each quarter.
22(Source: P.A. 100-103, eff. 8-11-17; 100-327, eff. 8-24-17;
23100-587, eff. 6-4-18; 100-621, eff. 7-20-18; 100-863, eff.
248-14-18; 101-10, eff. 6-5-19; 101-636, eff. 6-10-20.)
25    (615 ILCS 60/Act rep.)



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1    Section 110. The Des Plaines and Illinois Rivers Act is
3    Section 115. The Minimum Wage Law is amended by changing
4Section 10 as follows:
5    (820 ILCS 105/10)  (from Ch. 48, par. 1010)
6    Sec. 10. (a) The Director shall make and revise
7administrative regulations, including definitions of terms, as
8he deems appropriate to carry out the purposes of this Act, to
9prevent the circumvention or evasion thereof, and to safeguard
10the minimum wage established by the Act. Regulations governing
11employment of learners may be issued only after notice and
12opportunity for public hearing, as provided in subsection (c)
13of this Section.
14    (b) In order to prevent curtailment of opportunities for
15employment, avoid undue hardship, and safeguard the minimum
16wage rate under this Act, the Director may also issue
17regulations providing for the employment of workers with
18disabilities at wages lower than the wage rate applicable
19under this Act, under permits and for such periods of time as
20specified therein; and providing for the employment of
21learners at wages lower than the wage rate applicable under
22this Act. However, such regulation shall not permit lower
23wages for persons with disabilities on any basis that is
24unrelated to such person's ability resulting from his



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1disability, and such regulation may be issued only after
2notice and opportunity for public hearing as provided in
3subsection (c) of this Section.
4    (c) Prior to the adoption, amendment or repeal of any rule
5or regulation by the Director under this Act, except
6regulations which concern only the internal management of the
7Department of Labor and do not affect any public right
8provided by this Act, the Director shall give proper notice to
9persons in any industry or occupation that may be affected by
10the proposed rule or regulation, and hold a public hearing on
11his proposed action at which any such affected person, or his
12duly authorized representative, may attend and testify or
13present other evidence for or against such proposed rule or
14regulation. Rules and regulations adopted under this Section
15shall be filed with the Secretary of State in compliance with
16"An Act concerning administrative rules", as now or hereafter
17amended. Such adopted and filed rules and regulations shall
18become effective 10 days after copies thereof have been mailed
19by the Department to persons in industries affected thereby at
20their last known address.
21    (d) The commencement of proceedings by any person
22aggrieved by an administrative regulation issued under this
23Act does not, unless specifically ordered by the Court,
24operate as a stay of that administrative regulation against
25other persons. The Court shall not grant any stay of an
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1such regulation files in the Court an undertaking with a
2surety or sureties satisfactory to the Court for the payment
3to the employees affected by the regulation, in the event such
4regulation is affirmed, of the amount by which the
5compensation such employees are entitled to receive under the
6regulation exceeds the compensation they actually receive
7while such stay is in effect.
8    (e) The Department may adopt emergency rules in accordance
9with Section 5-45 of the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act
10to implement the changes made by this amendatory Act of the
11101st General Assembly.
12(Source: P.A. 101-1, eff. 2-19-19.)
13    Section 999. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
14becoming law.



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2 Statutes amended in order of appearance
3    20 ILCS 205/205-40was 20 ILCS 205/40.31
4    20 ILCS 605/605-820 rep.
5    20 ILCS 605/605-913
6    20 ILCS 615/Act rep.
7    20 ILCS 630/3 rep.
8    20 ILCS 630/5 rep.
9    20 ILCS 687/6-6
10    20 ILCS 1120/Act rep.
11    20 ILCS 1510/65 rep.
12    20 ILCS 2310/2310-76 rep.
13    20 ILCS 2335/Act rep.
14    20 ILCS 3934/Act rep.
15    20 ILCS 3954/15
16    30 ILCS 105/5k
17    30 ILCS 105/6z-75
18    30 ILCS 720/4from Ch. 85, par. 894
19    30 ILCS 720/5from Ch. 85, par. 895
20    30 ILCS 720/7from Ch. 85, par. 897
21    30 ILCS 750/9-4.2a
22    30 ILCS 805/4from Ch. 85, par. 2204
23    70 ILCS 210/22.1 rep.
24    110 ILCS 46/5
25    235 ILCS 5/6-5from Ch. 43, par. 122



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1    235 ILCS 5/9-12from Ch. 43, par. 175.1
2    410 ILCS 3/15
3    415 ILCS 5/55.6from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 1055.6
4    615 ILCS 60/Act rep.
5    820 ILCS 105/10from Ch. 48, par. 1010