90th General Assembly
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ILLINOIS PESTICIDE ACT                                                     

Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
        Amends the Wildlife Code to make a technical change to the  short      
   title provision.                                                            
        SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 3.                                                
          Deletes reference to:                                                
          520 ILCS 5/1.1                                                       
          Adds reference to:                                                   
          415 ILCS 60/13.2 new                                                 
          415 ILCS 60/19.3                                                     
          415 ILCS 60/24.1                from Ch. 5, par. 824.1               
        Deletes everything.  Amends the Illinois Pesticide Act.  Provides      
   that an agrichemical facility located in this State that  was  not  in      
   existence  during the years 1991, 1992, and 1993 and therefore did not      
   pay the registration fee for those years may make a  one-time  payment      
   of  $1,500  to  the  Department  of  Agriculture  for deposit into the      
   Agrichemical Incident Response Trust Fund or transfer eligibility from      
   a facility under the same ownership whose operations were discontinued      
   after  1993  and  replaced  by  the  new  facility  to  meet   certain      
   eligibility  requirements  for receiving money from the Trust Fund for      
   costs of response action.   Provides  that  an  agrichemical  facility      
   located  in  this  State  that was in existence during the years 1991,      
   1992, and 1993 but did not pay the registration fee  for  those  years      
   may  make  payment  of  the  unremitted  balance to the Department for      
   deposit into the Trust Fund  to  meet  the  eligibility  requirements.      
   Removes  provisions  requiring  the  Department to use a probabilistic      
   risk evaluation approach to establish site-specific cleanup objectives      
   for the Agrichemical Facility Response Action Program.  Provides  that      
   the  penalty  for  failing  to comply with the conditions of a written      
   authorization for land application of agrichemical contaminated  soils      
   or  groundwater  is $500 for the first offense and $1,000 for a second      
   or subsequent offense.                                                      
        HOUSE AMENDMENT NO. 1.                                                 
          Adds reference to:                                                   
          20 ILCS 205/40.36               from Ch. 127, par. 40.36             
          225 ILCS 605/2                  from Ch. 8, par. 302                 
          225 ILCS 605/6.5 new                                                 
          225 ILCS 605/10                 from Ch. 8, par. 310                 
          510 ILCS 10/1                                                        
        Amends the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois to provide  that      
   the  Department  of  Agriculture  has  the  power  to  administer  the      
   "Illinois  Product"  label  program  (instead  of the "Illinois Grown"      
   label program) whereby labels may be placed on food  and  agribusiness      
   commodities  produced,  processed, or packaged in Illinois (instead of      
   placed on food  commodities  produced  or  originating  in  Illinois).      
   Amends  the Animal Welfare Act.  Includes a veterinary hospital in the      
   definition  of  "kennel  operator".   Provides  that  failure  of   an      
   applicant  to  meet  all  of the requirements for compliance within 60      
   days of receipt of an application for a license to engage in  business      
   as  a  pet shop operator, dog dealer, or kennel or cattery operator or      
   operate a pound or animal shelter shall result in termination  of  the      
   application  and  forfeiture  of  the  license fee.  Provides that the      
   Department may refuse to issue or renew or suspend or revoke a license      
   on  proof  that  the  licensee  is   guilty   of   gross   negligence,      
   incompetency,  or  cruelty  with regard to animals.  Provides that the      
   Department may order a licensee to cease operation for a period not to      
   exceed 72 hours to correct deficiencies in  order  to  meet  licensing      
   requirements.  Amends  the  Animal Disease Laboratories Act.  Provides      
   that the Department may  establish  and  collect  fees  for  providing      
   analysis  of non-agricultural samples.  Provides that the Director may      
   issue rules  for  the  administration  and  enforcement  of  the  Act.      
   Provides  that  these rules shall be approved by the Advisory Board of      
   Livestock Commissioners. Provides that  the  provisions  amending  the      
   Civil  Administrative  Code, the Animal Welfare Act, and the Pesticide      
   Act are effective July 1, 1997.                                             
Last action on Bill: PUBLIC ACT.............................. 90-0403

   Last action date: 97-08-15

           Location: Senate

 Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE -   1     SENATE -   1


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