(20 ILCS 301/45-20)
Denial of license or other sanction.
(a) The Department may deny an application for licensure or for renewal of
licensure, or may suspend, revoke or place on probation or impose a financial
penalty upon any licensee, upon a finding that the applicant or licensee:
(1) has violated any provision of this Act or any
rule promulgated hereunder.
(2) is owned, managed or operated by any person who
has been convicted within the previous 2 years in any court of law of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or any drug.
(3) has furnished false or fraudulent information to
(4) is owned, operated or managed by any person who
has had suspended or revoked a federal registration to distribute or dispense methadone, or any governmental license relating to operation of the facility.
(5) has failed to provide effective controls against
the diversion of controlled substances in other than legitimate medical, scientific or industrial channels.
(6) has demonstrated unprofessional conduct or
dishonesty in conducting licensed activities.
(7) is owned, managed or operated by any person who
has been convicted of a felony under any law of the United States or any state within the previous 2 years.
(8) has failed to provide information requested by
the Department within 30 days of a formal written request.
(b) The Department may promulgate regulations setting forth provisions for
the imposition of financial penalties. Proceeds from any financial penalties
imposed shall be deposited into the General Revenue Fund.
(c) Any penalty imposed for any violation of this Act shall be in addition
to, and not in lieu of, any criminal, civil or administrative penalty or
sanction otherwise authorized by this Act or any other law.
(Source: P.A. 88-80.)