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HB394TOLL HWY-RATES FOR TRAILERS (MOYLAN M) Amends the Toll Highway Act. Provides that the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority shall not charge a toll for a vehicle of the first division pulling a trailer with no more than 2 axles at a rate higher than an amount calculated by multiplying the toll charged to passenger vehicles using an I-PASS device by the total number of axles on the trailer. Provides that the toll rate applies to drivers who use an I-PASS device or use cash to pay a toll. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   5/29/2021 - Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
 Recent Status:   5/29/2021 - Senate Committee Amendment No. 3 Pursuant to Senate Rule 3-8(b-1) this amendment will remain in the Committee on Assignments.
5/29/2021 - Senate Committee Amendment No. 2 Pursuant to Senate Rule 3-8(b-1) this amendment will remain in the Committee on Assignments.
 State Bill Page:   HB394
 
HB2536NON-HIGHWAY VEH-55 MPH (BENNETT T) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Changes the definition of "all-terrain vehicle" to include vehicles 74 inches (instead of 50 inches) or less in width and with a manufacturer's dry weight of 3,000 (instead of 1,500) pounds or less. Provides that a person may operate an all-terrain vehicle or recreational off-highway vehicle on a roadway with a speed limit of 55 miles per hour or less (rather than 35 miles per hour or less) if the roadway is not State highway, federal highway, or within the boundaries of an incorporated area. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   3/27/2021 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   3/24/2021 - House Transportation: Vehicles & Safety3/18/2021 - To Transportation Issues Subcommittee
 State Bill Page:   HB2536
 
HB2617TRAINING-MOTORCYCLE PROFILING (YEDNOCK L) Amends the Department of State Police Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the Illinois State Police shall conduct or approve a training program for State police officers concerning procedures against the practice of motorcycle profiling. Amends the Illinois Police Training Act. Provides that the curriculum for probationary police officers which shall be offered by all certified schools shall include courses on motorcycle profiling. Defines "motorcycle profiling".
 Current Status:   4/23/2021 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   4/23/2021 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/22/2021 - House Bills on Second Reading
 State Bill Page:   HB2617
 
HB2925NON-HIGHWAY VEH-55 MPH (WINDHORST P) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that a person may operate a non-highway vehicle on a roadway with a speed limit of 55 miles per hour or less (rather than 35 miles per hour or less) if the roadway is not a State highway, federal highway, or within the boundaries of an incorporated area. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   3/27/2021 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   3/24/2021 - House Transportation: Vehicles & Safety3/18/2021 - To Transportation Issues Subcommittee
 State Bill Page:   HB2925
 
HB3241GASOLINE STORAGE-E15 CONSUMER (YEDNOCK L) Amends the Gasoline Storage Act. Provides that every filling station or service station open to the general public shall make available, at each filling station or service station, self-service dispensing equipment that dispenses mid-grade E15 for use in motor vehicles and motor vehicle engines and shall offer mid-grade E15 for sale. Provides that every filling station or service station subject to the requirements of the provisions shall comply with specified labeling requirements that apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of gasoline-ethanol blends that contain greater than 10% by volume of ethanol and not more than 15% by volume of ethanol. Provides that the requirements of the provisions shall not apply to specified filling stations. Effective January 1, 2023.
 Current Status:   6/21/2021 - Added Co-Sponsor Rep. Andrew S. Chesney
 Recent Status:   5/14/2021 - Added Co-Sponsor Rep. Dan Caulkins
3/27/2021 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 State Bill Page:   HB3241
 
HB3860VEH CD-LOW SPEED GAS BIKE DEF (SOSNOWSKI J) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Amends the definition of "low-speed gas bicycle" to include a device with a gasoline motor of less than 15 cubic centimeter displacement. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   3/27/2021 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   3/24/2021 - House Transportation: Vehicles & Safety3/16/2021 - Assigned to House Transportation: Vehicles & Safety
 State Bill Page:   HB3860
 
HB3862VEH CD-VEHICLE LIGHT-NO GLARE (SOSNOWSKI J) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Requires that any spot lamp on a motor vehicle shall emit a white light without glare. Requires that any auxiliary driving lamp on a motor vehicle shall emit a white or amber light without glare.

House Floor Amendment No. 1 - Removes language requiring that any auxiliary driving lamp on a motor vehicle shall emit a white or amber light without glare. Provides instead that auxiliary driving lamps shall show white light, including white light emitted by a high intensity discharge (HID) lamp, or light of a yellow or amber tint.
 Current Status:   4/28/2021 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 Recent Status:   4/28/2021 - FIRST READING
4/28/2021 - Chief Senate Sponsor Sen. Sally J. Turner
 State Bill Page:   HB3862
 
HB4420VEH PARTS-CATALYTIC CONVERTERS (MOYLAN M) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Includes catalytic converters as an essential part of a vehicle.
 Current Status:   1/21/2022 - Referred to House Rules
 Recent Status:   1/21/2022 - FIRST READING
1/10/2022 - Filed with the Clerk by Rep. Martin J. Moylan
 State Bill Page:   HB4420
 
HB4464VEH CD–SOS-VEHICLE SERVICES (HURLEY F) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Includes catalytic converters in the definition of "essential parts". Provides that the Secretary of State shall release personally identifying information and highly restricted personal information on vehicle files, registration files, and disabled parking placards and plates files only to specified individuals. Adds licensed salvage dealers to the list of persons to whom a salvage certificate may be assigned to. Provides that a registration permit for 90 days may be provided for a fee of $27 (instead of $13, plus 1/10 of the flat weight tax). Provides that, if prior military service is required as a condition for the issuance of a special license plate, an applicant who served in the armed forces or, if applicable, the surviving spouse of a deceased person who served in the armed forces, shall be eligible for a special license plate only if the armed forces member was discharged or separated under honorable conditions. Provides that antique vehicle and expanded-use antique vehicle plates may be issued only to vehicles used for noncommercial purposes. Provides that a municipality or county may issue a fine, penalty, or suspension for a vehicular standing or parking violation, a vehicle compliance violation, an automated traffic law violation, or an automated speed enforcement system violation only for a violation that occurred after January 1, 2003.
 Current Status:   2/18/2022 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   2/16/2022 - House Executive2/1/2022 - Assigned to House Executive
 State Bill Page:   HB4464
 
HB4694VEH CD – DRIVERS EDUCATION (OZINGA T) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that "approved driver education course" includes online instruction. Makes corresponding changes.
 Current Status:   2/18/2022 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   2/15/2022 - Remains in House Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges
2/15/2022 - Motion Do Pass - Lost Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges Committee; 004-008-000
 State Bill Page:   HB4694
 
HB4713DNR-ABOLISH ADVISORY BOARD (WALSH L) House Floor Amendment No. 2 - Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Departments of State Government Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the term of all incumbent members of the Advisory Board to the Department of Natural Resources shall terminate on August 1, 2022, and requires the Governor to make appointments to fill the vacancies. Adds a provision requiring the Board to formulate and present long-range recommendations (instead of policies) in certain areas. Removes a requirement for the Board to make a study of the personnel structure of the Department and make recommendations to the Governor and Director of Natural Resources. Provides that the Board may advise on (instead of "shall make studies of") the land acquisition needs of the Department. Amends the Wildlife Code. Removes the provision permitting the Board to make recommendations to the Director of Natural Resources on reductions or increases of seasons, bag or possession limits, or closure of any season. Amends the Illinois Open Land Trust Act. Removes a provision requiring approval of the Board for the Director, by administrative rule, to lengthen, shorten, or close the season. Removes a provision requiring the Department to consult with the Board in order to make grants or loans to units of government as authorized by the Act. Removes a provision requiring the Department to provide for a public meeting to be conducted by the Board prior to the Department approving grants to a unit of local government for the acquisition of open space and natural land.
 Current Status:   5/9/2022 - Rule 19(b) / Motion Referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   4/8/2022 - Motions in Writing
4/7/2022 - Motions in Writing
 State Bill Page:   HB4713
 
HB5085CRIM CD-CATALYTIC CONVERTERS (EVANS M) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Includes catalytic converters as an essential part of a vehicle. Amends the Criminal Code of 2012. Provides that theft of property not from the person and not exceeding $500 in value is a Class 4 felony if the theft was of a catalytic converter and the value of the catalytic converter does not exceed $500 in value. Provides that theft of property exceeding $500 and not exceeding $10,000 in value is a Class 2 felony if the theft was of a catalytic converter and the value of the catalytic converter exceeds $500 in value. Provides that a person commits criminal damage to property when he or she knowingly damages a vehicle of another with intent to take a catalytic converter. Provides that it is an affirmative defense to a violation that the owner of the property damaged consented to the damage. Provides that a violation is a Class 4 felony when the damage to property does not exceed $500 and is a Class 2 felony when the damage to property exceeds $500.
 Current Status:   2/18/2022 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   2/17/2022 - House Judiciary - Criminal2/17/2022 - House Judiciary - Criminal
 State Bill Page:   HB5085
 
HB5281LICENSE PLATES NON-HWY VEH (MEIER C) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that the Secretary of State shall issue distinctive registration plates for non-highway vehicles. Provides that the Secretary shall issue these plates only to non-highway vehicles that are insured and have brakes, a steering apparatus, tires, a rearview mirror, red reflectorized warning devices in the front and rear, a slow moving emblem on the rear, a headlight that emits a white light, a tail lamp that emits a red light, brake lights, and turn signals. Provides that every owner of a non-highway vehicle that drives upon a roadway with a posted speed limit of 35 miles per hour or less shall pay the Secretary an annual registration fee of $76. Provides that the registration fee shall be distributed as follows: $1 to the State Treasurer, for deposit into the State Police Service Fund; $30 to the State Treasurer, for deposit into the Road Fund; and $45 to the Treasurer of the county of residence of the owner of the non-highway vehicle, for deposit into the road fund of the county. Provides that vehicles with a registration plate may be operated on any street, highway, or roadway where the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less or any county highway where the posted speed limit is 55 miles per hour or less and may make a direct crossing upon or across certain roads.
 Current Status:   2/22/2022 - Added Co-Sponsor Rep. Thomas M. Bennett
 Recent Status:   2/18/2022 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
2/15/2022 - Remains in House Transportation: Regulation, Roads & Bridges
 State Bill Page:   HB5281
 
HB5496WORD CHANGE: ACCIDENT TO CRASH (WEBER T) Amends various Acts by replacing the term "accident", in relation to automobiles, motor vehicles, and traffic accidents, with the term "crash". Provides that a State agency may exhaust any forms or documents using "accident" prior to printing copies of a new version using "crash". Effective immediately.

House Floor Amendment No. 1 - Provides that the amendatory Act is effective July 1, 2023 (rather than immediately).
 Current Status:   5/27/2022 - Public Act . . . . . . . . . 102-0982
 Recent Status:   5/27/2022 - Effective Date July 1, 2023
5/27/2022 - GOVERNOR APPROVED
 State Bill Page:   HB5496
 
HB5503ALL-TERRAIN VEH ON ROADWAY (SWANSON D) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Changes the definition of "all-terrain vehicle" to mean certain vehicles that are 74 (instead of 50) inches or less in width. Permits the operation of all-terrain vehicles meeting certain criteria on any street, roadway, or highway in this State, unless the highway is an interstate system, is near a grade-separated portion of the highway, or has a posted speed limit higher than 55 miles per hour. Provides that an all-terrain vehicle may be registered in the same manner as provided for snowmobiles and shall comply with the registration, fees, insurance, and other requirements for snowmobiles under the Snowmobile Registration and Safety Act. Outlines the vehicle equipment requirements for the operation of an all-terrain vehicle on a roadway.
 Current Status:   1/31/2022 - Referred to House Rules
 Recent Status:   1/31/2022 - FIRST READING
1/28/2022 - Filed with the Clerk by Rep. Daniel Swanson
 State Bill Page:   HB5503
 
SB70LICENSE PLATES NON-HWY VEH (BRYANT T) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that the Secretary of State shall issue distinctive registration plates for non-highway vehicles. Provides that the Secretary shall issue these plates only to non-highway vehicles that are insured and have brakes, a steering apparatus, tires, a rearview mirror, red reflectorized warning devices in the front and rear, a slow moving emblem on the rear, a headlight that emits a white light, a tail lamp that emits a red light, brake lights, and turn signals. Provides that every owner of a non-highway vehicle that drives upon a roadway with a posted speed limit of 35 miles per hour or less shall pay the Secretary an annual registration fee of $76. Provides that the registration fee shall be distributed as follows: $1 to the State Treasurer, for deposit into the State Police Service Fund; $30 to the State Treasurer, for deposit into the Road Fund; and $45 to the Treasurer of the county of residence of the owner of the non-highway vehicle, for deposit into the road fund of the county. Provides that vehicles with a registration plate may be operated on any street, highway, or roadway where the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less or any county highway where the posted speed limit is 55 miles per hour or less and may make a direct crossing upon or across certain roads.
 Current Status:   4/16/2021 - Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
 Recent Status:   3/24/2021 - To Subcommittee on Special Issues (TR)
2/9/2021 - Assigned to Senate Transportation
 State Bill Page:   SB70
 
SB2061OUTDOOR RECREATION INDUSTRY (WILCOX C) Creates the Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry Act. Establishes the Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry within the Department of Natural Resources. Provides that the Governor shall appoint the Director of the Office. Provides that the Director shall appoint an Outdoor Recreation Industry Advisory Council to provide guidance to the Director in carrying out the purposes of the Office. Adds provisions governing the composition, duties, and operation of the Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry.
 Current Status:   4/16/2021 - Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
 Recent Status:   3/16/2021 - Assigned to Senate State Government
2/26/2021 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 State Bill Page:   SB2061
 
SB2155VEH CD-LICENSE EXAM AGE (TRACY J) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Removes provisions requiring that applicants 75 years of age or older demonstrate the ability to exercise reasonable care and ordinary and reasonable control of the operation of a motor vehicle when applying for a driver's license.
 Current Status:   4/16/2021 - Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
 Recent Status:   3/16/2021 - Assigned to Senate Public Safety
2/26/2021 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 State Bill Page:   SB2155
 
SB2428USE/OCC TX-MID-RANGE ETHANOL (CUNNINGHAM B) Amends the Use Tax Act, the Service Use Tax Act, the Service Occupation Tax Act, and the Retailers' Occupation Tax Act. Provides that the tax imposed on mid-range ethanol blends applies to (i) 80% of the proceeds of sales made on or after July 1, 2019 and on or before December 31, 2023 and (ii) 100% of the proceeds of sales made thereafter. Provides that the term "mid-range ethanol blend" means a blend of gasoline and denatured ethanol that contains not less than 20% but less than 51% denatured ethanol. Makes changes to the definitions of "gasohol" and "majority blended ethanol fuel" to adjust the required percentage of ethanol. Provides that, on and after July 1, 2021 and prior to July 1, 2024, the tax shall be imposed on 90% of the proceeds of sales of gasohol. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   2/26/2021 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 Recent Status:   2/26/2021 - FIRST READING
2/26/2021 - Filed with Secretary by Sen. Bill Cunningham
 State Bill Page:   SB2428
 
SB2562GASOLINE STORAGE-E10 & E15 (BUSH M) Amends the Gasoline Storage Act. Provides that, notwithstanding any other provision of the Act, and to the fullest extent allowable under the law, all motor vehicle fuel storage and dispensing equipment that is currently permitted for storage and dispensing of gasoline-ethanol blends containing 10% ethanol (E10) shall be permitted to store and dispense gasoline-ethanol blends containing 15% ethanol (E15), as long as the facility complies with all other requirements or rules of the Office of the State Fire Marshal. Provides that the Office of the State Fire Marshal, or any other State or local authority with jurisdiction over the E10-permitted equipment, shall not have the authority to prohibit storage or dispensing of E15 or deny a permit to a facility on the grounds that the motor vehicle fuel storage and dispensing equipment is not compatible for use with E15 if is approved or permitted to use with E10. Defines "motor vehicle fuel storage and dispensing equipment".
 Current Status:   2/26/2021 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 Recent Status:   2/26/2021 - FIRST READING
2/26/2021 - Filed with Secretary by Sen. Melinda Bush
 State Bill Page:   SB2562
 
SB2940ELECTRIC VEHICLES (KOEHLER D) Amends the Electric Vehicle Act and the Electric Vehicle Rebate Act. Deletes language providing that "electric vehicle" does not include electric motorcycles. Effective immediately.

Senate Floor Amendment No. 1 - In provisions amending the Electric Vehicle Act and the Electric Vehicle Rebate Act, provides that "electric vehicle" does not include electric mopeds or electric off-highway vehicles. Further amends the Electric Vehicle Rebate Act. Provides that only electric vehicles that are not an electric motorcycle qualify for specified rebates. Provides that, beginning July 1, 2022, each person shall be eligible to apply for a $1,500 rebate for the purchase of an electric vehicle that is an electric motorcycle. Provides that purchasers applying for a rebate must continue to reside in Illinois (rather than a covered area) for a minimum of 12 consecutive months immediately after the vehicle purchase date. Provides that rebates administered under the provisions shall be available for both new and used electric vehicles (rather than for new and used passenger electric vehicles).

House Floor Amendment No. 2 - In the Electric Vehicle Rebate Act, provides that beginning July 1, 2028, each person shall be eligible to apply for a $1,500 (rather than $1,000) rebate for the purchase of an electric vehicle that is not an electric motorcycle.
 Current Status:   5/13/2022 - Effective Date May 13, 2022
 Recent Status:   5/13/2022 - Public Act . . . . . . . . . 102-0820
5/13/2022 - GOVERNOR APPROVED
 State Bill Page:   SB2940
 
SB3605DRIVING-NO VIRTUAL MEETINGS (VILLIVALAM R) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Prohibits an individual from using an electronic communication device to participate in a virtual meeting using the video function while operating a motor vehicle. Effective immediately.
 Current Status:   1/28/2022 - Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Julie A. Morrison
 Recent Status:   1/19/2022 - Referred to Senate Assignments
1/19/2022 - FIRST READING
 State Bill Page:   SB3605
 
SB3609VEH CD-REGISTRATION DISCOUNT (KOEHLER D) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that the registration fee for cars and small trucks shall be reduced by $25 if vehicle is manufactured in this State and the application for registration is made no more than one year after the month in which the vehicle was manufactured.

Senate Floor Amendment No. 3 - Replaces everything after the enacting clause with the provisions of Senate Amendment No. 1, and makes the following changes: (1) removes language excluding motorcycles from the class of vehicles entitled to a rebate; and (2) further amends the Illinois Vehicle Code to provide that, beginning 90 days after the effective date of the amendatory Act, the Secretary of State is authorized to impose a delinquent vehicle dealer transfer fee of $10 if the certificate of title is received by the Secretary from the dealer more than 45 days but less than 60 days after the date of sale; however, if the certificate of title is received by the Secretary from the dealer 60 or more days but less than 90 days after the date of sale, the delinquent dealer transfer fee shall be $20.
 Current Status:   5/13/2022 - Effective Date January 1, 2023
 Recent Status:   5/13/2022 - Public Act . . . . . . . . . 102-0845
5/13/2022 - GOVERNOR APPROVED
 State Bill Page:   SB3609
 
SB3908DNR-ABOLISH ADVISORY BOARD (TURNER D) Senate Committee Amendment No. 1 - Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Departments of State Government Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that the term of all incumbent members of the Advisory Board to the Department of Natural Resources shall terminate on August 1, 2022, and, requires the Governor to make appointments to fill the vacancies. Adds a provision requiring the Board to formulate and present long range recommendations (instead of policies) in certain areas. Removes a requirement for the Board to make a study of the personnel structure of the Department and make recommendations to the Governor and Director of Natural Resources. Provides that the Board may advise on (instead of "shall make studies of") the land acquisition needs of the Department. Amends the Wildlife Code. Removes the provision permitting the Board to make recommendations to the Director of Natural Resources on reductions or increases of seasons, bag or possession limits, or closure of any season. Amends the Illinois Open Land Trust Act. Removes a provision requiring approval of the Board for the Director to, by administrative rule, lengthen, shorten, or close the season. Removes a provision requiring the Department to consult with the Board in order to make grants or loans to units of government as authorized by the Act. Removes a provision requiring the Department to provide for a public meeting to be conducted by the Board prior to the Department approving grants to a unit of local government for the acquisition of open space and natural land.

Senate Floor Amendment No. 2 - Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Reinserts the provisions of Senate Amendment No. 1, and makes the following changes: In provisions concerning members of the Advisory Board to the Department of Natural Resources, provides that one member of the Board shall represent outdoor powersport usage interests, one shall be a member of a statewide association of trappers and represent trapping interests, and 3 members of the Board, whose interests are not otherwise specified, shall be residents of this State. In provisions concerning formulation and presentation of recommendations by the Board, removes the conservation of privately owned land from the category of protection and conservation of renewable resources of the State.
 Current Status:   5/9/2022 - Rule 19(b) / Motion Referred to Rules Committee
 Recent Status:   4/8/2022 - Motions in Writing
4/7/2022 - Motion Filed to Reconsider Vote Rep. Amy Elik
 State Bill Page:   SB3908
 
SB4173VEH CD-CELL MISUSE-PENALTIES (MCCLURE S) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Requires the Secretary of State to suspend the driver's license issued to a person charged with aggravated use of a wireless telephone resulting in the death of another person immediately after: an indictment has been returned by a grand jury; a preliminary hearing after which a judge finds there is probable cause to believe the person has committed one of the offenses; or the person has waived a preliminary hearing. Requires the suspension to remain in effect until the case is resolved by a sentencing hearing, a dismissal of the charge, or an entry of a not guilty verdict. Requires the Secretary of State to revoke the driver's license issued to a person convicted of aggravated use of a wireless telephone resulting in the death of another person, for not less than 3 years, commencing on the date of the person's sentencing hearing. Makes corresponding changes. Provides that the amendatory Act may be referred to as the Protz-Lidy Act.
 Current Status:   2/15/2022 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 Recent Status:   2/15/2022 - FIRST READING
2/15/2022 - Filed with Secretary by Sen. Steve McClure
 State Bill Page:   SB4173
 
SB4240VEH CD-LICENSE EXAM AGE (VILLIVALAM R) Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that the examination of an applicant 79 years (instead of 75 years) or older for a driver's license or a permit or the renewal of a driver's license shall include an actual demonstration of the applicant's ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control of the operation of a motor vehicle. Makes other changes concerning references to licensed medical professionals.
 Current Status:   11/14/2022 - Referred to Senate Assignments
 Recent Status:   11/14/2022 - FIRST READING
11/14/2022 - Filed with Secretary by Sen. Ram Villivalam
 State Bill Page:   SB4240
 
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