Legislative Update 05/03/21

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   Tuesday, May 4 through May 7 – Senate Session; House Session

   Monday, May 10 – Senate Session

   Tuesday, May 11 through May 14 – Senate Session; House Session

    Friday, May 14 – House & Senate Committee Deadline for opposite chamber bills

                                 (SBs from House Committees and HBs from Senate Committees.)


Please note, deadlines are not imposed on appropriation bills, just substantive (non-appropriation) bills.





On April 27, 2021, the Governor approved House Bill 158 which is the IL Black Caucus Healthcare and Human Services Reform Pillar. As Public Act 102-0004, it became effective immediately.  House Bill 2877 passed both houses and creates the Covid-19 Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program for housing stability services. This has not yet been sent to the Governor. Governor Pritzker’s Consumers and Climate First Act was introduced in the House and Senate. They are HB 4074 and SB 2896.




On April 30, 2021, the Governor issued another Disaster Proclamation for the next 30 days. On the same day, 

the Governor issued Executive Order EO 2109 which extends previous executive orders. Some until May 15, 2021 and others until May 29, 2021.


Back in March, the Governor announced a “metrics-based, vaccination-informed framework for Illinois to advance to Phase 5 of the state’s Restore Illinois Plan.” The state has created a Bridge Phase between Phase 4 and 5. At this time, all regions are in Phase 4 and will move forward to Phase 5 “with a dial-like approach between mitigations in Phase 4…and the post-pandemic new normal of Phase 5.” The Bridge Phase allows for higher capacity limits (both indoors and outdoors) and increased business operations. As always, progress depends on the percentage of vaccinations, Covid hospitalizations and number of deaths during a 28-day period.


Illinois has administered 9,393,137 vaccines to date (through 5/01/21.) To see information on vaccines, go to:  https://coronavirus.illinois.gov/s/


If you have any questions, please email.


Maureen: 217-638-8175 mozhouse@springnet1.com 
John Carr 914-826-1920 jdcarr02@yahoo.com

Matt Maloney 773-818-0088 mattmaloney4il@gmail.com


c/o cr1982@aol.com

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