Legislative Bills & Information
These are the following bill(s) became laws the Commission previously tracked on during the 101st General Assembly Legislation:
- HB2605- SCH CD-SPEECH PATHOLOGIST (Public Act 101-0094), Effective Date: 1/1/2020
- HB2613 - PROF CORP SPEECH THERAPY (Public Act 101-0095), Effective Date: 7/19/2019
- HB3468 - HEALTH CARE-CLOSED CAPTIONING (Public Act 101-0116), Effective Date: 1/1/2020
- HB3503 - INS CODE-HEARING AIDS (Public Act 101-0393), Effective Date: 1/1/2020
- HB3671 - SERVICE ANIMALS-ACCOMMODATIONS (Public Act 101-0518), Effective Date: 1/1/2020
Any individual can search for a bill or resolution on the Illinois General Assembly website by clicking on the Bills & Resolutions under the Legislation & Laws section. Specific bills, by numbers or keywords, can be sought by using the search box. If you aren’t sure what number the bill may have, you can use key words to narrow down your search. For example, if one is searching for information related to “Service Animals”, one could possibly try using the following as keywords: “service animals”, “service dogs”, “hearing dog”, and/or “sighted dogs”.
In addition, if an auxiliary aid and services is needed during a legislative activity, program or service, an accommodation request and information can be found by clicking on ADA Accessibilities for Persons with Disabilities under the Additional Resources section.
These are the following bill(s) the Commission is currently tracking during the 102nd General Assembly Legislation as they reference key words :
HB0051 - SMOKE DETECTOR-EXEMPTION
HB0101 - DEAF-HARD OF HEARING-DEAFBLIND
HB0452 - DHS-DISABILITY SERVICES
HB0855 - LEGISLATIVE ACCESSIBILITY
HB1108 - CRIMINAL LAW-TECH
HB1710 - SCH DEAF/BLIND-SUPERINTENDENT
HB3226 - MISREPRESENT SERVICE ANIMALS
HB3286 - LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE SERVICES
HB3725 - MISREPRESENT-SERVICE ANIMAL
HB3859 - SCH CD-SPECIAL ED-CHICAGO
SB0180 - LEGISLATIVE ACCESSIBILITY
If you know of a bill IDHHC should monitor, please contact send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This page is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily reflect IDHHC’s position. It is merely to provide information for the best interest of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and DeafBlind citizens in Illinois.