Pam Althoff Bills That Took Effect January 1, 2019

Pam Althoff

House Bill 66 (T. Butler) – Creates the Illinois Route 66 Centennial Commission Act for the centennial anniversary of the creation of Route 66.

HB 489 (T. Butler) – Designates Dec. 3 each year as “Illinois Statehood Day.”

HB 2723 (K. Cassidy) – Allows an individual charged with certain crimes to petition to change their name.

HB 4428 (C. Meier) – Requires that DPH or the enforcing agency shall provide a dairy farm with a paper copy of the dairy farm’s inspection report at the time of inspection.

HB 4469 (F. Crespo) – Makes technical and clarifying changes to Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) in order to conform with federal law.

HB 4848 (D. Swanson) – Makes it required that a health care facility or practitioner should provide, without charge, one complete copy of a patient’s records if the patient is an indigent homeless veteran.

HB 5070 (P. Bullock) – Amends the Telehealth Act to include clinicians licensed to provide medical services under Illinois law in the definition of “health care professional.”

HB 5210 (T, Demmer) – Prohibits any State court from denying petitions due to outstanding costs, fines, assessments or fees imposed or established by a court, law enforcement agency or unit of state or local government.

HB 5253 (C. Sente) – Modifies provisions in the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act requiring State agencies to issue an economic impact analysis when proposing new rules or amendments to rules that affect small businesses.

HB 5502 (T. McCombie) – Removes a provision of the Real Estate Appraisers Licensing Act of 2002 that requirespassage of an examination before being licensed as an associate real estate trainee appraiser and removes a provision that limits licensees to 2 renewals.

Senate Bill 2278 (D. Swanson) – Adds veterans/active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces to the definition, “high risk missing person” and allows for the use of the Endangered Missing Person Advisory for veterans who have mental or physical health conditions related to their service.

SB 2773 (L. Lang) – Makes multiple changes to the Property Assessed Clean Energy Act.

SB 2773 (P. Bullock) – Requires that every prescriber of controlled substances to complete 10 hours of continuing education in safe opioid prescribing practices.

SB 2851 (S. Reick) – Creates the inclusion of dental service plans on uniform health care benefit information cards.


Pam Althoff Bills That Took Effect January 1, 2019 — 6 Comments

  1. HB 489 is shrewd legislation, attempting to prove Illinois is a real State, with a flag star and everything.

  2. That phot is at least a decade old.

    She’s a real ‘peach’ these days, sep. when she dines with her gal-pal, Mary Mahady.

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