December 8, 2017 Update

Even though the General Assembly is not in session, we wanted to give you a brief update on some things that are happening in Illinois.  On Tuesday, the state’s chief procurement officer ruled that the recent $12.5 million no-bid contract with McKinsey and Company is not exempt from the state’s competitive bidding rules.  McKinsey was hired as part of a $60 billion program to expand managed health care for Medicaid patients. The Department argued that McKinsey’s services are exempt from competitive bidding because they are necessary to prepare for “an expected lawsuit”.  As a result of the ruling, Comptroller Susana Mendoza notified the Department of Healthcare and Family Services Wednesday that she would not pay the $12.5 million contract with consultant McKinsey for Medicaid-program assistance. The General Assembly continues to review and discuss the new MCO contracts through a series of committee hearings.
The candidate filing deadline for the 2018 elections is now closed.  Here is a link to the updated listing from the State Board of Elections that lists candidates that filed for statewide, congressional and legislative offices.
Two sitting legislators filed petitions this week to challenge incumbent state-wide officers.  Republican State Representative Jeanne Ives filed petitions this week to challenge first-term Republican Governor Bruce Rauner in the March 2018 primary election.  Ives argues she is offering a conservative alternative and promises to deliver on the policy revolution that voters were promised. Meanwhile, Democratic Senator Michael Hastings filed petitions to challenge long-time incumbent Secretary of State Jesse White. White was first elected to office in 1999. Hastings indicated that he plans to run for the office in the event that White, who is 83 years old, decides to retire.  Secretary White confirmed he intends to run for re-election.
Senator Sam McCann announced this week that he will not seek reelection in the fall of 2018.  He will continue to serve until his term expires in January of 2019.
Upcoming House Hearings:
12/12/2017
1:00 PM
Appropriations-Human Services Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: HFS contract with McKinsey & Co.
12/19/2017
10:00 AM
Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Cost of Maintaining Existing Infrastructure

Novermber 17, 2017 Update

The Illinois General Assembly remains adjourned until late January when the Legislature will begin the second year of the two-year 100th General Assembly.  Committees in both the Senate and the House have scheduled a series of legislative hearings.  See below for a complete listing of upcoming hearings.
This week, Senate Leaders announced appointments to the Senate Task Force on Sexual Discrimination and Harassment Awareness and Prevention.  Senate Democratic appointments are:  Senator Omar Aquino, Senator Scott Bennett, Senator Melinda Bush, Senator Bill Cunningham, Senator Mattie Hunter, Senator Toi Hutchinson, Senator Heather Steans, Julie Curry, Rikeesha Phelon, and Polly Poskin.  Two Senate Democratic appointments are pending.  Senate Republican appointments are Senator Pam Althoff, Senator Karen McConnaughay, Senator John Curran, Senator Jil Tracy, and Senator Dale Righter.  The Task Force will conduct a comprehensive review of legal and social consequences of sexual discrimination and harassment in both the public and private sectors. The Task Force will study and make recommendations on combating sexual discrimination and harassment in workplaces, educational institutions, and in State and local government.
Illinois House Leaders also made appointments this week to the House Task Force on Sexual Discrimination and Harassment.  House Democratic appointments are:  Representatives Kelly Burke, Kelly Cassidy, Deb Conroy, Sara Feigenholtz, Natalie Phelps Finne, Laura Fine, Mary Flowers, Robyn Gael, Latoya Greenwood, Will Guzzardi, Greg Harris, Lisa Hernandez, Fran Hurley, Stephanie Kifowit, Rob Martwick, Rita Mayfield, Christian Mitchell, Michelle Mussman, Carol Sente, Julianna Stratton, Katie Stuart, Litesa Wallace, Chris Welch, Ann Williams and Mike Zalewski.  House Republican Appointments are Representatives:  Sara Jimenez, Steve Andersson, Mark Batinick, Patricia Bellock, Avery Bourne, Terri Bryant, Tim Butler, Norine Hammond, Micahel McAuliffe, Tony McCombie, Margo McDermed, David Olsen, Lindsay Parkhurst, Nick Sauer, Allen Skillicorn, Barb Wheeler and Christine Winger.
Upcoming Senate Hearings
11/15/2017
12:00 PM
Telecommunications and Information Technology
C600 Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
Subject Matter On: The Illinois State Board of Elections’ Participation in the Interstate Crosscheck Program.
JOINT HEARING WITH HOUSE ELECTIONS & CAMPAIGN FINANCE COMMITTEE
11/28/2017
10:00 AM
Appropriations I
C600 Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
Subject Matter On: Economic Development and the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act. (SB316/HB2353)
Joint Hearing with Senate Commerce and Economic Development Committee
10:00 AM
Commerce and Economic Development
C600 Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
Subject Matter On: Economic Development and the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act. (SB316/HB2353)
Joint Hearing with Senate Appropriations I Committee
Upcoming House Hearings
11/15/2017
12:00 PM
Elections & Campaign Finance Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Illinois State Board of Elections’ Participation in the Interstate Crosscheck Program
JOINT COMMITTEE WITH THE SENATE TELECOMM & IT COMMITTEE
11/16/2017
11:00 AM
Restorative Justice Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Parole and Probation in Illinois
CANCELED
11/21/2017
11:00 AM
Community College Access & Affordability Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: College Completion: City Colleges
CANCELED
11/28/2017
10:00 AM
Appropriations-Public Safety Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Economic Development and the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act. (SB 316/HB2353).
JOINT HEARING
10:00 AM
Economic Opportunity Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Economic Development and the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act. (SB 316/HB2353).
JOINT HEARING
10:00 AM
Tourism, Hospitality & Craft Industries Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Economic Development and the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act. (SB 316/HB2353).
JOINT HEARING
12/4/2017
11:00 AM
Mental Health Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Reported Barriers to Mental Health and Addiction Coverage by Illinois Providers.
12/5/2017
12:00 PM
Appropriations-Public Safety Committee
C-600, 6th Floor Michael A. Bilandic Building – Chicago, IL
SUBJECT MATTER: Safety in DJJ and DOC.

November 10, 2017

The Illinois General Assembly adjourned its second week of the two-week Fall Veto Session.  The House adjourned until Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at noon and the Senate adjourned until Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at noon.  I have included a listing of important dates for your information.  In addition here is a link to the 2018 Senate session schedule and the 2018 House session schedule.
During the two-week 2017 Fall Veto Session, the Illinois Legislature overrode 11 of the Governor’s vetoes (10 total veto overrides and 1 amendatory veto override).   In total for the calendar year, the General Assembly overrode 15 of 39 total vetoes and 3 out of 10 amendatory vetoes.
A motion to override the Governor’s total veto of SB1905  (Moylan/Silverstein) failed again this week in the House by one vote.  During the previous week of veto session, a motion to override the Governor’s veto on this same bill also failed by one vote.  The bill itself would prohibit any unit of local government from enacting a local right to work zone.  Both chambers overwhelmingly approved a trailer bill, SB770(Holmes/Moylan) which would remove the criminal penalties from SB 1905 should it become law.
The Illinois Senate failed by six votes (29-17-1) to override the Governor’s veto of HB2462 (Moeller/Biss) which prohibits employers from asking for prior wage information during the hiring process.
2017 Fall Veto Session Overrides:
The following is a summary of the 2017 veto session overrides. All of these bills will become law upon certification by the Senate President and Speaker of the House.
The Illinois Senate voted 38-16 to override the Governor’s Amendatory Veto of HB302 (Martwick/Collins) which would require life insurers to search their records for unpaid death benefits dating back to 2000.  The bill is an initiative of the State Treasurer.
The Illinois Senate voted 54-0 to override the Governor’s veto of HB688 (Zalewski/Cunningham) which allows firefighters to transfer credit to the Chicago fund in certain situations.
The Illinois Senate voted 40-13 to override the Governor’s veto of HB732 (D. Burke/Martinez) which limits new roofing work to licensed workers only.
The Illinois Senate voted 39-8 to override the Governor’s veto of HB1797 (Davis/Trotter) which forgives the port authority’s repayment of a state loan.
The Illinois Senate voted 50-2 to override the Governor’s veto of HB2778 (Willis/Jones) which addresses fire protection annexation.
The Illinois Senate voted 42-12 to override the Governor’s veto of HB2977 (Welch/Lightford) which mandates the teaching of cursive writing in Illinois schools.
The Illinois Senate  voted 37-16-1 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3143 (Gabel/Hunter) which adds youth services organizations to the Prompt Pay Act.
The Illinois Senate unanimously voted 53-0 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3298 (Scherer/Manar) which addresses the substitute teacher shortage in Illinois.
The Illinois Senate voted 39-12 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3419 (Andrade/Martinez) which prohibits the state from doing business with expatriate entities.
The Illinois Senate voted 52-3 to override the Governor’s veto of the Debt Transparency Act, HB3649  (Crespo/Manar).  The bill requires all state agencies to report to the Comptroller the dollar amount of any bills that they receive and to indicate whether funding has been committed to pay off the obligations. The bill is an initiative of Comptroller Susana Mendoza.
Both chambers voted this week to override legislation (SB1714Claybborne/Turner ) which requires a consultant to annually disclose to the board of the retirement system, board of the pension fund, or the investment board that retains the consultant certain information concerning searches for investment services from minority owned businesses, female owned businesses, and businesses owned by persons with a disability.
Ethics Reform:
The Illinois General Assembly unanimously approved a series of ethics reforms this week. Both chambers created task forces (HR687 Currie and SR1076 Bush ) targeting sexual harassment and gender discrimination.   Two additional resolutions (HJR83Feignholtz/Hutchinson and HJR86  Thapedi/Collins) were approved which urge those in government to commit to working to change the culture that breeds sexual harassment and racism respectively. The General Assembly also approved legislation (HB137 Turner/J. Cullerton) to extend the statute of limitations for the 27 complaints filed between December 1, 2014 and November 3, 2107 with Office of the Legislative Inspector General during the time period that the office was vacant.
Both chambers also approved legislation (SB402 J. Cullerton/Madigan ) which prohibits sexual harassment by statewide elected officials, lawmakers, state employees and lobbyists. The bill empowers inspectors general to investigate allegations of sexual harassment and imposes fines of up to $5,000 for each verified instance of harassment. The legislation also requires annual sexual harassment training and details how cases can be reported. The bill also requires local governments to adopt anti-harassment policies. Finally, the bill creates a hotline run by the Department of Human Rights to provide information about sexual harassment in both public and private places of employment and how to file a complaint and the availability of counseling.  The bill now heads to the Governor’s Desk.
Additional Legislation:
The Illinois House voted 75-32 to approve property tax freeze legislation,  SB851 (J. Cullerton/Mussman). The bill enacts a two-year property tax freeze on Cook and the collar counties with the remaining counties authorized to implement a similar freeze with voter approval at the 2018 November election.  Some financially distressed school districts are exempt from the freeze.  SB 851 also increases the general homestead and senior citizens homestead exemptions to $10,000 and $8,000, respectively, for counties other than Cook. This would bring all counties up to the Cook County exemption levels established under Senate Bill 473, which took effect in August.  SB 851 is now back in the Senate on the order of concurrence. The Senate did not take up this measure before adjourning.
The Illinois General Assembly approved legislation  to create the Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act, SB1451   (Link/K. Burke) The bill would allow for the deployment of small cell technology to bring 5G wireless technology to Illinois consumers. The latest amendment to the legislation was the result of negotiations between telecommunication representatives and local government advocates.  The amendment includes several changes to the underlying bill including establishing procedures to resolve location and transmission issues and changes to permit fees.  The bill now heads to the Governor’s desk.
The House Revenue Committee approved an amendment to SB482  (J. Cullerton/Zalewski) which would modify the sales tax sourcing of jet fuel to comply with a federal mandate that certain sales taxes imposed on jet fuel may only be used for airport purposes.  The bill is now pending before the full House.
The General Assembly overwhelmingly approved legislation, SB772 (Bush/Zalewski) , which requires a check of the Prescription Monitoring Program before prescribing opioids.  The bill now heads to the Governor’s desk.
Committees in the Illinois House and Senate held a joint subject matter hearing on Dynegy’s recently introduced legislation (SB2250 (Clayborne) and HB4141 (ChapaLaVia).  Both bills modify how capacity auctions are performed in the MISO Zone 4 energy market.  The bill would authorize the Illinois Power Agency, with review and approval of the ICC, to conduct an Illinois-specific market-based capacity procurement process for downstate Illinois. Supporters of the legislation say it is necessary because its coal-fired power plants cannot compete with nuclear power plants after Illinois’ recent subsidy law took effect.
Other News:
Illinois Comptroller Susana A. Mendoza announced Wednesday that she is using proceeds from Illinois’ recent General Obligation bond sale to begin paying down part of the state’s current $16.7 billion bill backlog.  According to Mendoza, she will initially prioritize those bills eligible for federal matching funds to maximize the revenues available from the $6 billion bond sale. In total, the Office of the Comptroller expects to receive about $6.48 billion in bond proceeds, including a $480 million premium from the sale on top of the $6 billion initially offered. About $2.5 billion will be spent immediately on unpaid medical bills. Nearly $4 billion will be used to pay down unpaid state health insurance claims owed to medical providers in the coming days. Over the next several weeks, an additional $2 billion in federal matching funds will be applied to state medical bills.
A Fifth District Appellate Court ruled this week that the Rauner administration violated state law when it stopped awarding step increases to eligible state employees in 2015 when a contract with AFSCME expired. The decision reverses the Illinois Labor Relations Board’s dismissal of AFSCME’s charge that the administration committed an unfair labor practice by preventing step progression through the pay plan.  The Court sent the issue back to the Illinois Labor Relations Board for further consideration.
Illinois will be moving to a new open data management platform designed to bring a more functional and straightforward system which is projected to result in a $1.2 million savings over 5 years. More information on the new data management system is here.
A bipartisan group of female Senators announced the formation of a Woman’s Caucus in that chamber.  The Caucus provides a format to formalize the process of female Senator’s working collaboratively in a bipartisan fashion.  The caucus is being formed to promote and advance women’s issues within the legislature and to support female senators from both political parties.
Looking ahead, the 2018 Spring legislative session will be overshadowed by continued fiscal challenges and the upcoming 2018 General Election.  All constitutional officers, including first-term Republican Governor Bruce Rauner, will be up for election in November.  All the current Constitutional Officers are seeking reelection in 2018 except Attorney General Lisa Madigan who is not running for another term. In the Legislature, all 118 House seats will be up for election as well as 39 of the 59 state Senate seats.  The candidate filing deadline is December 4, 2017.  The primary election is March 20, 2018 and the General Election is November 6, 2018.

October 26, 2017 Update

The Illinois General Assembly adjourned its first week of the two-week Fall Veto Session.  Both chambers return to Session on Tuesday, November 7th.
This week, the House overrode 10 of the Governor’s total and amendatory vetoes while the Senate overrode 4 of the Governor’s total and amendatory vetoes.  Neither chamber moved to accept any of the Governor’s specific recommendations for change outlined in the 8 amendatory veto messages pending before the General Assembly.  The Illinois House failed to override only three of the veto overrides considered by the chamber this week:  SB 1905 (right to work), HB 3216 (3rd party state contracts) and HB 2622 (work comp state fund) which are all detailed below.
Senate Veto Action:
The Illinois Senate voted 42-13 Tuesday to override the Governor’s veto of SB1905 (Silverstein/Moylan) which would ban local governments from setting up their own “right to work” zones. On Wednesday, the Illinois House failed by one vote (70-72-1) to override the veto of that measure.  The bill remains in the House on the order of Total Vetoes.  It is procedurally possible that this bill could be called again for a vote during the second week of the veto session; however, it is unknown if there would be enough votes to override the total veto.
The Illinois Senate also voted 42-9 to override the Governor’s total veto of SB419 (Link/Martwick) which rectifies a fire fighter pension issue. The bill now heads to the House for consideration.
The Illinois Senate voted 37-19-0 to override the Governor’s veto of SB1351   (Biss/Guzzardi) which creates a student loan bill of rights specifically regarding the servicing of student loans.  The bill would require loan servicing firms to task specialists with explaining repayment terms and debt management options to student borrowers. The bill now heads to the House for consideration.
The Illinois Senate also voted 49-7-1 to override the Governor’s amendatory veto of SB1462 (Holmes/Kifowit) which establishes the entrepreneur learner’s permit pilot program.  The bill now heads to the House for consideration.
House Veto Action:
The Illinois House failed to override (65-50-1) the Governor’s veto of HB2622 (Fine/Biss) which creates a state worker’s compensation fund.
The Illinois House also failed to override (67-47) the Governor’s veto of HB3216 (Wallace /Manar) which requires third party contracts entered into by the state to be in the best interest of the state.
The Illinois House voted unanimously 112-0-0 to override the Governor’s veto of the Debt Transparency Act, HB3649  (Crespo/Manar).  The bill requires all state agencies to report to the Comptroller the dollar amount of any bills that they receive and to indicate whether funding has been committed to pay off the obligations. The bill is an initiative of Comptroller Susana Mendoza.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 75-36 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3419 (Andrade/Martinez) which prohibits the state from doing business with expatriate entities. The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 86-29 to override the Governor’s veto of HB688 (Zalewski/Cunningham) which allows firefighters to transfer credit to the Chicago fund in certain situations.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 71-40 to override the Governor’s Amendatory Veto of HB302 (Martwick/Collins) which would require life insurers to search their records for unpaid death benefits dating back to 2000.  The bill is an initiative of the State Treasurer.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 77-34 to override the Governor’s veto of HB732 (D. Burke/Martinez) which limits new roofing work to licensed workers only.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 79-36 to override the Governor’s veto of HB1797 (Davis/Trotter) which forgives the port authorities repayment of a state loan.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 80-33 to override the Governor’s veto of HB2462 (Moeller/Biss) which prohibits employers from asking for prior wage information during the hiring process.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 86-29 to override the Governor’s veto of HB2778 (Willis/Jones) which addresses fire protection annexation. The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 77-36 to override the Governor’s veto of HB2977 (Welch/Lightford) which mandates the teaching of cursive writing in Illinois schools.  The bill now heads to the
Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House voted 73-41 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3143 (Gabel/Hunter) which adds youth services organizations to the Prompt Pay Act.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House unanimously voted 110-0 to override the Governor’s veto of HB3298 (Scherer/Manar) which addresses the substitute teacher shortage in Illinois.  The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration.
Representative Ann Williams indicated she will not seek an override vote of the Governor’s veto of her Geolocation Privacy Legislation contained in HB3449.
Other Legislative Action:
The Illinois House unanimously approved HB 4095/Harris in response to the massive Equifax data breach.  Under the legislation, credit reporting agencies would be prohibited from charging consumers to freeze or lift a freeze of their credit report.  The bill now heads to the Illinois Senate for consideration.
The Illinois House approved legislation (HB 185/Sims) to extend the sunset of the current eavesdropping exemption for law enforcement.  The bill now heads to the Illinois Senate for consideration.
A House committee approved legislation to ban bump stock modifications for firearms,  HB4117/Moylan, by a vote of 7-5.  Critics of the legislation argue that the bill goes beyond a bump stock ban because it addresses the broader issue of “trigger modification”.  The bill failed by a vote of 48-54 on Third Reading in the House.
Legislation to require training in sexual harassment for legislators, staff and lobbyists was filed in both chambers this week.  The bills follow an open letter from statehouse women outlining their account of what the letter deems “rampant sexual harassment in Illinois politics”.  The legislation is found on SB 0402 (HFA 0002) (Madigan), SB2248 (Biss) and HB4134(Wallace).  Additionally, Representative Feigenholtz filed a resolution, HJR83, which urges those in government to commit to working to change the culture that breeds sexual harassment.   The amendment to SB 402 is assigned to the House Personnel and Pensions Committee and will presumably be posted for a hearing in the coming weeks.
First-term Republican Governor Rauner announced this week that he will be seeking re-election in November 2018.

October 20, 2017 Update

The Illinois General Assembly will convene for three days starting Tuesday, October 24th for the first week of the two-week Fall Veto Session. The General Assembly has 33 total vetoes and 6 amendatory vetoes pending during the upcoming veto session.  Below is a full listing of legislation with pending vetoes. As always, in addition to considering veto motions the General Assembly will consider additional legislation during the upcoming session.
In order to successfully override the Governor’s veto, legislation must pass both chambers with a super majority vote (36 votes in the Senate and 71 votes in the House).  Likewise, any other legislation with an immediate effective date passed during the upcoming session will require a supermajority vote in both chambers.  Thus far in his tenure, Governor Rauner has been fairly successful in sustaining his vetoes.  It is unknown what impact if any the recent legislative retirement announcements will have on pending veto action.
Governor Rauner’s office announced additional cuts to the new state budget including cuts to human services ($89 million), agriculture programs ($21 million), the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity ($41 million) and transportation ($85 million). Despite the new cuts, Rauner’s budget office contends that the state budget remains $1.5 billion out of balance which will require further cuts this fiscal year. Democratic leaders in the General Assembly dispute Rauner’s claim of a budget deficit arguing that the new budget actually has a $356 million surplus.
On Wednesday, the State sold $1.5 billion in general obligation bonds to pay down a portion of Illinois $15 billion backlog of unpaid bills.  According to the Rauner Administration, this week’s bond sale combined with another sale scheduled for next week will be used to cut the State’s backlog approximately in half by June 2018.
The House Revenue and Finance Committee has scheduled a hearing on October 24th at 4 pm  in room 122B to discuss legislation (HB4082 and HB4083 ) which would ban counties from implementing a soda tax.  Senator Rose filed similar legislation this week in the Senate (SB2238). That legislation has not been assigned for a hearing at this time.
Republican State Representative David Harris joined the list of legislators that will not be seeking reelection in 2018.
Governor Action – Amendatory Veto
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LIFE INS-UNCLAIMED BENEFITS
h
CONSTITUTION AMEND PUBLICATION
h
RTA-ISSUANCE OF BONDS
h
SNAP BENEFITS-COLLEGE STUDENTS
b
REGISTERED INTERIOR DESIGNERS
b
ENTREPRENEUR LEARNER’S PERMIT
 Total Veto:
b
PEN CD-DWNST FIRE-TRANSFER
h
ROOFING WORK/REPAIR
CDB-IL INTL PORT DISTRICT
h
EQUAL PAY ACT-WAGE HISTORY
s
UNEMP INS-WRKR COMP RATES
h
TRANSPORTATION-TECH
h
INS CD-EMPLOYERS INS CO
h
INS CD-PROOF OF FIRE COVERAGE
s
SCH CD-CURSIVE WRITING
PROMPT PAYMENT-GRANT AGREEMNTS
DHS-CHILDHOOD WORKFORCE STUDY
STATE THIRD PARTY CONTRACTS
h
SCH CD-BUDGET-CLASSRM TEACHING
h
DHS-HOME CARE CONSUMER RIGHTS
h
EXPATRIATE CORP/FOREIGN HAVEN
b
GEOLOCATION PRIVACY PROTECTION
h
ST FINANCE-CURRENT LIABILITIES
b
SCH CD-COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
h
TRAMPOLINE SAFETY ACT
b
MUNI-CONVEY INTEREST REVENUES
h
MINIMUM WAGE-EMPLOYEE
s
FOID-EXPLOSIVE COMPONENTS
s
HFS-AUDIT-MANAGED CARE ENTITY
b
PEN CD-DOWNSTATE FIREFIGHTER
s
LAKE COUNTY – BOARD CHAIRMAN
HGHWY CD-MOTOR FUEL TAX
h
CNTY BOARD APPORTIONMENT PLAN
s
STUDENT LOAN SERVICING RIGHTS
s
DHFS-PERSONAL NEEDS ALLOWANCE
h
DEPOSIT STATE MONEY-INVESTMENT
PEN CD-CONSULTANT DISCLOSURES
b
ANTI-WAGE THEFT-STATE CONTRACT
b
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FREEDOM