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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

Child Welfare and Safety

SB0973 Children and Family Services                        Services or wards of the state to instead
Act Amendment–DCFS Annual Report                           reference those children as youth in care.
Youth in Care
SB973 amends the Children and Family                       Chief Sponsors
Services Act. The amendment provides                       Representative: Nick Sauer (R)
that the Department of Children and                        Senator: Dan McConchie (R)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective
Family Services (DCFS) shall prepare and
                                                           immediately.
submit an annual report to the General
Assembly regarding youth in care waiting
                                                           SB0768 Clinical Social Work
for placements. The report shall include
                                                           SB0768 amends the Regulatory Sunset
information regarding how long youth are
                                                           Act and extends the repeal date of the
held in emergency placements,
                                                           Clinical Social Work and Social Work
psychiatric hospitals and Department of
                                                           Practice Act from January 1, 2018 to
Juvenile Justice facilities beyond discharge
                                                           January 1, 2028. The amendment makes
dates because of a lack of availability of
                                                           changes to modernize the licensure
timely, recommended placements.
                                                           process by moving to online forms and
                                                           allows for email communication; allows
Chief Sponsors
Senator: Julie A. Morrison (D)                             Licensed Social Workers to work directly
Representative: Sara Feigenholtz (D)                       under Licensed Marriage and Family
Status: Signed on August 11, 2017, effective               Therapists and Licensed Clinical
date January 1, 2018.                                      Professional Counselors; requires that
                                                           social work graduates working toward
HB3169 Children and Family Services                        licensing be identified as a social worker
Act Amendment–Youth in Care                                in training status; and clarifies that social
HB3169 amends the Children and Family                      workers are mandated reporters for
Services Act by defining "youth in care" as                abused or neglected adults.
persons placed in the temporary custody
or guardianship of the Department of                       Chief Sponsors
Children and Family Services. The                          Senator: Iris Y. Martinez (D)
amendment changes references to                            Representative: Anna Moeller (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
children who are wards of the
                                                           immediately.
Department of Children and Family

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

Early Childhood and General Education

HB0261 Child Education and Homeless                        HB0370 School Code Amendment–Child
Assistance                                                 Abuse Hotline
HB261 amends the Education for                             HB370 amends the School Code. The
Homeless Children Act. If a child loses                    Department of Children and Family
permanent housing and becomes                              Services, in cooperation with school
“homeless” as defined by the act,                          officials, will distribute appropriate
regardless of if the parent or guardian of                 materials in school buildings listing the
the child finds temporary housing or                       toll-free telephone number established in
shelter, the act renders the child                         the Abused and Neglected Reporting Act,
homeless and states that the child’s                       including methods of making a report, to
school district is thereby required to pay                 be displayed in a clearly visible location in
the transportation costs of the child to                   each school building.
and from their school district, or the
school district can save money by                          Chief Sponsors
providing rental or mortgage assistance;                   Representative: Rita Mayfield (D)
                                                           Senator: Terry Link (D)
provide financial assistance for unpaid
                                                           Status: Signed on September 8, 2017,
bills, loans or other financial debts; or
                                                           effective date June 1, 2018.
provide both types of assistance, and sets
forth limitations and requirements for the
assistance.

Chief Sponsors
Representative: Michelle Mussman (D)
Senator: Scott M. Bennett (D)
Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
immediately.

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

HB0826 School Code Amendment–                              HB2369 School Breast-feeding
School Social Workers                                      HB2369 amends the School Code to
HB826 amends the School Code and gives                     require public schools, including charter
the school board authority to hire school                  schools, to provide reasonable
social workers. The amendment also                         accommodations for breast-feeding
includes qualifications to use the title                   students on a school campus to pump
“school social worker.” Additionally,                      milk, breast-feed an infant child, or
school districts may hire a sufficient                     address other needs related to breast-
number of school social workers to                         feeding. Breast-feeding students may not
address the needs of their students, and                   receive an academic penalty as a result of
schools may maintain the nationally                        her use, during the school day, of the
recommended student-to-school social                       accommodations and must be provided
worker ratio of 250 to 1. The act prohibits                the opportunity to make up any work
school social workers from providing                       missed during that time.
services outside their employment to any
student in the district or districts that                  Chief Sponsors
employ the school social worker.                           Representative: Sonya M. Harper (D)
                                                           Senator: Mattie Hunter (D)
Chief Sponsors                                             Status: Signed on August 4, 2017, effective
Representative: Camille Y. Lilly (D)                       date January 1, 2018.
Senator: David Koehler (D)
Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
immediately.

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HB2461 School Code Amendment–                              HB2618 Children with Disabilities
School Report Cards                                        Article of the School Code–Mediation
HB2461 amends the School Code to                           Option
require school report cards to include the                 HB2618 amends the Children with
most current data collected and                            Disabilities Article of the School Code.
maintained by the State Board of                           First, it clarifies the mediation process for
Education. The amendment requires the                      parents. For example, if a school district
State Board to include certain                             makes a change to a child’s educational
demographic information concerning                         placement and the child’s
gifted education and advanced academic                     parent/guardian disagrees with that
programs, in addition to information                       change, the child can stay in his or her
concerning the number of teachers a                        current educational placement until the
school has who hold a gifted education                     dispute is resolved, often referred to as
endorsement. The amendment also                            “stay-put.” The clarifications enables
defines “advanced academic program”                        parents to choose mediation first, rather
and “gifted education.”                                    than pursue litigation through due
                                                           process. Second, the bill requires ISBE to
Chief Sponsors                                             update the Notice of Procedural
Representative: Emily McAsey (D)                           Safeguards for special education that
Senator: Melinda Bush (D)                                  parents and guardians must receive, and
Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
                                                           include the mediation “stay-put”
date January 1, 2018.
                                                           protections in the notice.

                                                           Chief Sponsors
                                                           Representative: Robyn Gabel (D)
                                                           Senator: Don Harmon (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective
                                                           immediately.

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

HB2663 School Code Amendment–Early                         HB2950 School Code Amendment–Anti-
Childhood Program Expulsion                                Bullying Resources
HB2663 amends the School Code and                          HB2950 amends the School Code to
provides that early childhood programs                     require each school, charter school and
receiving State Board of Education early                   non-public, non-sectarian elementary or
childhood grants as well as licensed child                 secondary school to provide information
care settings will prohibit the expulsion of               on a quarterly basis to students
children. Instead, early childhood                         concerning what to do if students are
programs will document steps taken to                      being bullied and provide students with
ensure children experiencing persistent                    resources available. The amendment also
and challenging behaviors can participate                  requires each school to designate school
safely in the program and utilize a range                  personnel to help with a bully or to make
of community resources. The State Board                    a report about bullying.
and/or DCFS shall make certain data for
children from birth to age 5 who are                       Chief Sponsors
served by the program publicly available.                  Representative: Melissa Conyears (D)
                                                           Senator: Patricia Van Pelt (D)
Chief Sponsors                                             Status: Signed on August 18, 2017.
Representative: Representative Juliana
Stratton (D)
Senator: Kimberly A. Lightford (D)
Status: Signed on August 14, 2017.

HB2898 School Code Amendment–
Principal Endorsement
HB2898 amends the Educator Licensure
Article of the School Code. The
amendment makes permanent the ability
of those with four years of experience as
school support personnel to be eligible
for the principal endorsement, with the
proper education and preparation
program.

Chief Sponsors
Representative: Fred Crespo (D)
Senator: Julie A. Morrison (D)
Status: Signed on August, 22, 2017, effective
immediately.

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HB3139 School Code Amendment–                              HB3869 School Code Amendment–
Chronic Absent Pupils                                      Implicit Bias Training
HB3139 amends the School Code. Every                       HB3869 amends the School Code. The
school district, charter school or                         amendment requires in-service training
alternative school, or any school receiving                to include cultural competency,
public funds shall collect and review its                  understanding and reducing implicit racial
chronic absence data and determine what                    bias, and defines “implicit racial bias.”
systems of support and resources are
needed to engage chronically absent                        Chief Sponsors
students and their families to encourage                   Representative: Litesa E. Wallace (D)
the habit of daily attendance and                          Senator: Mattie Hunter (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on June 30, 2017, effective
promote success. Any schools receiving
                                                           date July 1, 2017.
public funds are encouraged to provide a
system of support to students who are at
risk of reaching or exceeding chronic                      HJR24 Kindergarten Advisory
absence levels with strategies such as                     Committee
those available through the Illinois Multi-                HJR24 states the P-20 Council, in
tiered Systems of Support Network.                         collaboration with the Early Learning
                                                           Council, shall establish an Advisory
Chief Sponsors
                                                           Committee for the purposes of reviewing
Representative: Linda Chapa LaVia (D)
                                                           the experiences of children in the
Senator: Jacqueline Y. Collins
Status: Signed on August 19, 2017, effective               transition for home and/or a range of
date January 1, 2018.                                      early learning programs into
                                                           kindergarten.

HB3215 School Code Amendment–                              Chief Sponsors
                                                           Representative Kathleen Willis (D)
Feminine Hygiene Product
                                                           Senator: Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant (D)
HB3215 amends the School Code to
                                                           Status: Adopted Both Houses (May 31, 2017).
require a school district to provide
feminine hygiene products available to
students at no cost in the bathrooms of
school buildings. This amendment also
applies to charter schools.

Chief Sponsors
Representative: Litesa E. Wallace (D)
Senator: Mattie Hunter (D)
Status: Signed on August, 18, 2017, effective
date January 1, 2018.

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SB764 School Code Amendment–Child                          SB1532 School Report Card and
Abuse Hotline                                              Attendance
SB764 amends the School Code and                           SB1532 amends the School Code and
requires each public school and charter                    provides that a school district report card
school to post, in a clearly visible location              shall include the average daily attendance
in a public area of the school, a sign in                  of students who have individualized
English and Spanish that contains the toll-                education programs and students who
free telephone number operated by the                      have 504 plans that provide for special
Department of Children and Family                          education services within the school
Services (DCFS), to receive reports of child               district.
abuse or neglect. DCFS and school
officials will distribute materials listing the            Chief Sponsors
toll-free telephone number, including                      Senator: Jacqueline Y. Collins (D)
methods of making a report, to be                          Representative: Linda Chapa LaVia (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
displayed in a clearly visible location in
                                                           July 1, 2019.
each school building.

                                                           SB1796 Student Online Protection
Chief Sponsors
Senator: Julie A. Morrison (D)                             SB1796 amends the Illinois School
Representative: Rita Mayfield (D)                          Records Act and creates the Student
Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective               Online Personal Protection Act, which
date January 1, 2018.                                      prohibits the operator of a website, online
                                                           service, online or mobile application from
                                                           engaging in targeted advertising,
                                                           gathering information, selling or renting
                                                           student information, or disclosing certain
                                                           information, except for specific purposes.

                                                           Chief Sponsors
                                                           Senator: Michael E. Hastings (D)
                                                           Representative: Jay Hoffman (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 24, 2017, effective
                                                           immediately.

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

Health and Mental Health

HB0040 Medicaid Funding for Abortion                       HB2800 Perinatal HIV Prevention Act
Services                                                   Amendment
HB0040 amends the State Employees                          HB2800 amends the Perinatal HIV
Group Insurance Act of 1971 and the                        Prevention Act and states that every
Illinois Public Aid Code to                                health care professional who provides
remove provisions from Illinois law that                   health care services to a pregnant person
deny insurance coverage of abortion to                     shall provide specified HIV counseling and
women who receive health care through                      shall test the person for HIV on an opt-out
Medicaid or the State Employee Health                      basis, unless a pregnant person already
Insurance. The amendment also removes                      has a documented negative HIV status
"trigger" language which would have                        during the third trimester of the current
changed Illinois abortion laws in the event                pregnancy or is already documented to
of a change in federal law triggered by a                  be HIV-positive.
Supreme Court decision.
                                                           Chief Sponsors
Chief Sponsors                                             Representative: Mary E. Flowers (D)
Representative: Sara Feigenholtz (D)                       Senator: Donne E. Trotter (D)
Senator: Heather A. Steans (D)                             Status: Signed on August 22, 2017, effective
Status: Signed on September 28, 2017,                      immediately.
effective date January 1, 2018.

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HB0375 Police Training                                     HB3502 Advisory Council on Early
HB375 amends the Illinois Police Training                  Identification and Treatment of Mental
Act and requires all probationary officers                 Health Conditions
employed by law enforcement agencies                       HB3502 amends the Protection and
located in counties of more than 3 million                 Advocacy for Mentally Ill Persons Act and
inhabitants, including probationary part-                  creates the Advisory Council on Early
time officers and university police officers,              Identification and Treatment of Mental
to complete Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)                 Health Conditions within the Department
training as part of initial minimum basic                  of Human Services to review best
training requirements. All permanent                       practices and promising models in the
police officers, part-time officers and                    early identification of mental health and
university officers must complete at least                 substance use in children and young
one CIT training program prior to January                  adults; identify evidence-based mental
1, 2019. The training will include a history               health prevention and promotion
of the mental health system, types of                      initiatives; identify strategies on
mental health illness including signs and                  screening, early identification and
symptoms of mental illness and common                      treatment of mental health conditions;
treatments and medications, and the                        identify barriers to these activities; and to
potential interactions law enforcement                     develop recommendations and an action
officers may have on a regular basis. The                  plan to address the barriers to early and
trainings will also include situations                     regular screening and identification of
involving domestic violence. The Illinois                  mental health conditions in children,
Law Enforcement Training Standards                         adolescents and young adults.
Board may partner with local mental
health organizations and providers in                      Chief Sponsors
developing and assisting with crisis                       Representative: Deb Conroy (D)
intervention programming. In counties                      Senator: Melinda Bush (D)
with more than 3 million inhabitants, $25                  Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective
of bail money retained by the circuit court                date January 1, 2018.
clerk shall be deposited in the Crisis
Intervention Team Training Fund, a
special fund in the county treasury to pay
for the costs of crisis intervention
training.

Chief Sponsors
Representative: Laura Fine (D)
Senator: Heather A. Steans (D)
Status: Signed on August 22, 2017, effective
date January 1, 2018.

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HB3709 Minor Outpatient Therapy                            SB1774 CLEAR-Win Program
HB3709 amends the Mental Health and                        SB1774 amends the Comprehensive Lead
Developmental Disabilities Code. The                       Education, Reduction, and Window
amendment increases to 8 (from 5) the                      Replacement Program Act and makes
number of outpatient counseling or                         permanent the CLEAR-Win Program to
psychotherapy services that a minor 12                     further mitigate the impact of lead
years of age or older without requiring                    exposure. Creates the Lead Direct
consent from the minor’s parent or                         Assistance Program to assist in
guardian. Allows for 8 additional sessions                 remediating lead in paint and plumbing
without parental consent if it is deemed                   fixtures in residential properties.
to be in the minor’s best interest and that
obtaining consent would be detrimental                     Chief Sponsors
                                                           Senator: Don Harmon (D)
to the minor’s wellbeing.
                                                           Representative: Marcus C. Evans, Jr. (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 25, 2017, effective
Chief Sponsors
                                                           immediately.
Representative: Elgie R. Sims, Jr. (D)
Senator: Kimberly A. Lightford (D)
Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective               SB1846 School Code Amendment–
date January 1, 2017.                                      Asthma Statistics
                                                           SB1846 amends the School Code to
                                                           require the Department of Public Health
                                                           to promulgate rules and regulations to
                                                           include asthma in the standard school
                                                           health examination and amends the
                                                           Illinois Health Statistics Act and requires
                                                           the Department of Public Health to collect
                                                           and maintain data on the extent, nature,
                                                           and impact of asthma, and the
                                                           determinants of asthma.

                                                           Chief Sponsors
                                                           Senator: Mattie Hunter (D)
                                                           Representative: William Davis (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective
                                                           date January 1, 2018.

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

Human Services

HB0457 At-Risk Women Act                                   HB3213 Illinois Public Aid Code
Amendment–Task Force on                                    Amendment–TANF Child
Opportunities for At-Risk Women                            Care/Education and Training
HB457 amends the Opportunities for At-                     HB3213 amends the Illinois Public Aid
Risk Women Act and adds that                               Code and restores to child care assistance
appointments to the Task Force on                          eligibility to families participating in non-
Opportunities for At-Risk Women shall be                   TANF education and training activities.
made within 60 days from the effective
date of this amendatory act and that the                   Chief Sponsors
Task Force shall meet at least quarterly.                  Representative: Litesa E. Wallace (D)
The Task Force shall report on or before                   Senator: Toi W. Hutchinson (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on August, 25, 2017, effective
January 1, 2018, and January 1 of each
                                                           immediately.
year thereafter.

Chief Sponsors                                             HB3110 Social Services Contract Notice
Representative: Litesa E. Wallace (D)                      Act
Senator: Steve Stadelman (D)                               HB3110 creates the Social Services
Status: Signed on August 24, 2017, effective               Contract Notice Act. The act applies to
immediately.                                               non-government service providers who
                                                           deliver social services designed to ensure
                                                           the health, safety, education or welfare of
HB3060 Vital Records Act Amendment–                        Illinois residents on behalf of the State
Birth Records for Homeless Persons                         through grants, contracts, or agreements
HB3060 amends the Vital Records Act and                    with State agencies. Requires that state
waives fees for birth record searches or                   agencies notify legislative leadership 45
certified copies of birth records for all                  days advance notice of any intention to
requests made by a homeless person                         reduce program services or funding levels
whose status is verified by specified                      due to a lack of sufficient funds and
human services, legal services, or other                   provides 30-day notice for state agencies
similar agencies or individuals. The                       and providers prior to reducing,
amendment limits receipt of these birth                    eliminating or suspending services,
records to no more than 4 annually.                        except in certain cases such as fraud or
                                                           breach of contract.
Chief Sponsors
Representative: Will Guzzardi (D)                          Chief Sponsors
Senator: Iris Y. Martinez (D)                              Representative: Barbara Flynn Currie (D)
Status: Signed on September 15, 2017,                      Senator: Heather A. Steans (D)
effective date January 1, 2018.                            Status: Signed on August 18, 2017, effective
                                                           immediately.

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HB3131 Department of Human Services                        HB3904 Women’s Correctional Services
Act Amendment–Demographic Data                             Division
HB3131 amends the Department of                            HB3904 amends the Unified Code of
Human Services Act. The amendment                          Corrections. The Department of
requires the Department of Human                           Corrections shall create a permanent
Services to collect and publicly report                    Women’s Division under the direct
statistical data on racial and ethnic                      supervision of the Director of Corrections
demographics of program participants for                   to establish gender responsive, trauma-
each program administered by the                           informed, evidence-based and family-
department.                                                centered practices, policies and program
                                                           throughout all women’s correctional
Chief Sponsors                                             facilities.
Representative: Theresa Mah (D)
Senator: Omar Aquino (D)                                   Chief Sponsors
Status: Signed on August 22, 2017, effective               Representative: Juliana Stratton (D)
on January 1, 2018.                                        Senator: Toi W. Hutchinson (D)
                                                           Status: Signed on September 22, 2017,
                                                           effective June 1, 2018.

                                                           HB3143 Prompt Payment Act Equity
                                                           HB3904 amends the State Prompt
                                                           Payment Act to include state vendors
                                                           providing prevention, intervention, or
                                                           treatment services and supports for
                                                           youth on behalf of the state. This bill
                                                           allows these service providers to receive
                                                           interest on late payments, consistent with
                                                           other state contracts. A vendor must be
                                                           paid or have payment issued within 90
                                                           days, and after the 90 day period, a
                                                           0.033% interest penalty is incurred per
                                                           day for the unpaid amount.

                                                           Chief Sponsors
                                                           Representative: Robyn Gabel (D)
                                                           Senator: Mattie Hunter (D)
                                                           Status: House voted to override the
                                                           governor’s veto on October 25, 2017; on the
                                                           Senate calendar to override veto.

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ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY 2017

Workforce and Professional Development

HB2462 Equal Pay Act–Wage History                          HB2404 Credit for Prior Learning
HB2462 amends the Equal Pay Act of                         HB2404 creates the Credit for Prior
2003 to prohibit employers from                            Learning Act. The act requires public
screening job applicants based on their                    universities and community colleges to
wage or salary history, requiring that an                  submit its policies and procedures for
applicant’s wage history satisfy minimum                   students to earn credit for prior learning
or maximum criteria, and requesting or                     to the Board of Higher Education and
requiring wage history as a condition of                   Illinois Community College Board. The
being interviewed or continuing to be                      purpose is to speed the time to certificate
considered for an offer of employment.                     and degree completion, facilitate the
The amendment also prohibits employers                     transition into post-secondary education
from seeking the salary history, including                 for non-traditional students, and offer
benefits or other compensation, of a job                   opportunities for improving degree
applicant from any current or former                       attainment for underserved student
employer. The amendment provides                           populations, particularly nontraditional
penalties and injunctive relief.                           students. Additionally, the act requires
                                                           the Board of Higher Education and the
Chief Sponsors                                             Illinois Community College Board to
Representative: Anna Moeller (D)                           adopt rules to permit public higher
Senator: Daniel Bliss (D)                                  education institutions to award credit for
Status: House voted to override the
                                                           prior learning after the assessment of
governor’s veto on October 25, 2017; on the
                                                           prior learning experiences for
Senate calendar to override veto.
                                                           documented learning that demonstrates
                                                           achievement of all terminal objectives for
                                                           a specific course or courses.

                                                           Chief Sponsors
                                                           Representative: Kathleen Willis (D)
                                                           Senator: Chapin Rose (R)
                                                           Status: Signed August 22, 2017, effective date
                                                           January 1, 2018.

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Immigration

SB0031 Illinois TRUST Act
SB31 amends the State Records Act. The amendment creates the Illinois TRUST Act, which
prohibits law enforcement agencies and officials from detaining or continuing to detain an
individual solely on the basis of an immigration detainer or non-judicial immigration
warrant or from otherwise complying with an immigration detainer or non-judicial
immigration warrant. The amendment provides training for law enforcement on
compliance with the Illinois TRUST Act.

Chief Sponsors
Senator: John J. Cullerton (D)
Representative: Emanuel Chris Welch (D)
Status: Signed on August 28, 2017, effective immediately.

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