l - - . ' . .- 1 . h-.-, . à ) j . 1 ' -.- - .- .. H Dr k e-r H te t o M m e s o te H u e o R p e e1 a ie t e or e p : A t n f n eb r f h o s f e r sn : v' I 4 y . . t tz s : . . ' . .. . . . ' *.- ..-.. u . . l ç. . . '. . .. . . . .M . ' ( . r ,, , minutes.' ' the House will convene in 15 ' ' - '' ' '' ' . . ..j . . ' . ' . Q . jl .x.J , . ' ' ' ''.' T . pe k r e mo d: T u e ï i o e o r.e .' t e e b r ': S a e R d n 'he Ho s w l c m t o d r;'b M m e s''j q P es b i tersas 'ew1 6 t-.di,bt).rL.. e . phe' 1 lae e n h i et . k i1 e1 ; .nn..u-j . r,y .a r . . ' by the Reverend Kruegery the House Chaplain.' - ' Reverand Krueger: 'In the Xame of the Father, the Son and : f .' ' ., . J l the Holy Ghost. Amen. 0 Lords bless this House ) ' 1 o h e v c hi a m n. d yy s t T y s r i e t s d y. A e To a a we ( ' i mme o e 5t nni co mvrat the 3 h a versary of D-Day l . ! and the landing on Omaha and Dtah Beachesy we do ' ; well to listen to the vords of one of our early l j . $ t Presidents and Patriots, Thomas Jefferson . 'It ' 1 l ' ! . . is the cit he n o nd nd izens, t me wh own the la a i 4 have homes that make the best soldiers.' LLet us l ? pray. Almighty God: our Father in heaven , Who ' ' 1 1 gave most freely His Son to death upon the cross : ; that we might have life. We express our gratitude ' j '' ' : this day for a11 those who laid down their lives that we could be free from the tyranny of despottsm ! and totalitarianism. Do Thou guide us that ve may ,. i e e os a e i b h e f u onty e : ho n v rl e f c w t tos o o r c u r m niw l made this sacrafice. We pray, 0 Fathery to the i 1 Members of this House of Representatives may never i . . ! 1 f ui rgi ha insures alter in the purs t of l slation t t' l ! ' li y nd m, nd qua bert a freedo life a lustice, e lity ! . 1 8nd Opiortunity f0r Lhe peoplels of this State l I ' ! of Illi ver n xa nois and for a11 men e ywbere a e mple ! . ' . . i ollo sk to f w. This we a in Thy Name. 0 Lord, our j ' ' God . Amen.' l $ . . . ! s 1 ker mon 'he dge nce pea Red d: 'T Ple of Allegia by Reppesentative l 1 y '1 Borcjers ..l ; ' l ' Borchers: 'I pledge allegiance to the Flpg of the Pnited ; ' states of A he r merica and to.t Republic fo whic ' h I : ' ! it stands. 0ne nation, under God, indivtsible, ' ' with liberty and just ' ice for a11.î ; - ' ; * t T ' 4v.g. L . .' *' GENERALFASSEMBLV STATE o l I Q I LL N S 667 . .9 z yr i ':. . N .c ., 47. * HQIl QFRE R 5 NTAT %E JE P E E l/ $ . . yy g . ..' ..j - ' >w e .x c w ' I l 1 2 Speaker Redmond: HRo11 Call for attendance. Only your p .. . . swi th okn ' tch . Take : e . . . wio Have a11 v6ted . l ' . w ish ? . Take th e record ...take the record.' ' '- - - . u*' -'. c ! ' L . .. ' J fhe door is c1osed . : Committee Rep or ts .' ' You -: . . .! can't get in here during the prayer :ow so you l ae o.yu a' netoal vi h ryr .l hv t..o cntitninlyaodtepae, I . ; o e ee n ie' t b 1hr o tm . ' lerk 0 'Brien : 9Repres entative Garmisa I C , h i ma f h J C a r n o t eT 1 Committee on Transportation to whicb tbe following I 1 ' ( il ee eerd çin ae ue , 99 Blswr rfreyato tkn Jn 5 17, I ' e he me h he owi report d t sa baèk wit t foll ng j e o m n a i ns: D a s e à e i l 1 r c m e d t o ' o p s S n t B l s 1 4, 1220 and 1 ( 1226. 1 'Do pass as amended senate Bills 23 882 i I , n 10' D as osn aedr eae il ad12. 'ops CnetClnasSnt Bls 1 ' s ) 1115 and 1228., 'Do pass as amended Short Debate Calendar Senate Bill 809.' Representative Williams, Chairman of the Committee on Cities and Villages, to khich the following Bills were ' referred, action taken June 5: 1979. reported the same back with the following recommendations. Do lDo pass Senate Bill 1761# f pass Consent 218 Caldendar Senate Bills 550, 1049, 1. and 1426.6 Represe ve ntati Matijevich C n he mmitte hafrma of t Co e on Appropriations to which the following Bills were referred, Action taken June 5 1979 reported the same back with the folloving recommendations. 'Do pass Senate Bills 398, 530, 537, 938, 1045 and 1272.# Do ! pass aé amended Seaate Bills 484, 488 490 546 *669 908 and 937 . 1 Representative b Emil Jonesy'chairman of the Committèe on Insurance, to w:iûh tbe following Bills were referredy action taken June 5. 1979, reported the same back with the following recommendations. 1Do pass Seûate Bills 1 . - . 4 58, ' . Do 350 7 1068 and 1348. 3 pass as amended 1 Senate Bi11 1Do pass Consent Calendar Senaee . G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y ' k& a jt . g' ! . 6.6.yp '-'s uu: s sr r oeI Noî . .. g r- Ij* QJS K R S N A IE H I ?QFR P CE T T'V I - - 1 ' y . .w . w z 2 V =N S - WR ' . . 3. Do Bill 1309., ' paàs Short Debate Calendar . . ' I f' . . ' . ' . . . ., Senate Bills 689. 892 and 1241.f 'Do pass as . ,. . . . M ' . . ' eJ . '. .'. < :. . . c. ' t.. - v . m e h b e a end d> S ort De at Ca1e dar,.enate Bi 1s 344 a d n S 1 n .. . > . ' '' . . .. . 1 . . ( ' 3491' Representative Leon,, Cha irman of the . I. . o Cmmittee on Financial Institutions y t whïch o , j I l the followiag Bitls were referred , action taken ' ) June 5, 1979# reported the same back with the l ' . l 'll fb owing recommendations. 'Do pass as amended 1 i e t i l 5 nd 7 : D s o snt Snae B l s 5 9a 5 4. 5opa sC n e l alnd r e t i l 2 8 n C e a S na e B l 1 0 a d 1259, 1260.1 ' 1 l . Do 1 pass Short Debate Calendar Senàte Bill 724.1 l i . 1 'Do pass as amended Short Debate Calender y Senate l F ' I '' Bill 568. , i . I pea r mo ' nt S ke Red nd: 'Conse Calèndar. Second Readipg. Second I 1 I y ' Da .' l ' i k Brie lC cler o' nt al n: ' onse C endar. Second Reading. Second ' j I j ay, D pyge 7 of your Calendar. S l enaté Bil 108. 1 l n a nd lli hic A Bil for a Act to lme the I nois Ve le ) l Code. Second Reading of the Bill . Senate Bill . ' j 110. A Bill for an Act to amend the Vehicle' ! k . l Code. Second Reading of the Bill . Senate Bill 136. i A Billffor an Act to amend an Act in relatfon . l I è to bonds ! von contractors enteripg into contracts ' ! t ns n. o for public co tructio Sec nd Reading of the l I Bill . i me / n Amend nt /1 was adopted i Com . mittee.. ! ' ! Se j nate Bill 177. A Bill for an Act to amend l p. ' the Public Community College Act. S ond Rea ec dingk j l f o the Bi at or ll. Sen e Bill 210. A Bill f an t ' ' i Act relating to the right-of-way easement in 1 . l . Findley Park. ' Second Reading of the Bill . i I ! / Amendments /l and 2 were adopted in Committee. 1 I Senate Bill 214 . A Bill for an Act to amend the 1 j ' . i Ill nois Vehicle Code. Second Readiag of the Bill . l . ) 4 . Senate Bill 421. A Bill for an Act .to amend the ! . @ Family Practice Residency Act. Second Readipgodf i l F . G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y N % . ; D .: . . . u N 7S STAT% >F 1 u1 t l h. . =* Hnnqe O F oe-*<<R-vA+'ur< ' N N ' Q.x r. $ ) - ' - ' ' I the Bi11. Senate Bill 473. A Bill for an Act . to amend various Acts by deleting reference to the . . N t '. ' L' ' . Mental Health Code. Second Reading of the Bill . eae il 7. il o n c o mn Snt Bl 49 ABl fra A tt aed ( * t e Retailer's 0çcupation Tax Act. Second Reading h l j 1 ' of the Bi1 e 1. S nate Bill 496. A Bill for an 1 c o mn h looim nltxcto ramn j Att aedteAchls adnoiainTetet Act. Second Reading of the Bi11. Senate Bill 685 . I l ' l i 1 o n c ro w n h e e a o - o - p A B 1 fr a A t t a e dt e G n rl k t F r I ! Profit Corpora tlon Act. Second Reading of the x ) i l ea e i l 2 . i l o n c o B l . Sn t B l 79 A Bl fr a A tt l amend the County Home Act. Second Reading of the I I i1 Bl . Senate !i11 735. A Bill for an Act to l t m n he e l s ae rk s n ae a nl cns a e d t R a E t t B oer a d S ls a sLi e e I i Act . Second Reading , the Bi11.' i , pae em n : Sek rRdod HThird Reading. Roll Call for attendance . 1 i This is for real aow. Evea money Robbias doesaft r make it. Have a11 voted who wish? Have a1l voted l f l nat who wish? Se e Bills, Second Reading, Short 1 1 bat nd De e Cale ar. Se nate Bill 3 3 4. Page... 4 is 1 i he ir t f st one I thoug I c ht a11ed... no...H l j Clerk O ' f . Brien: 'senate Bill 34. A Bill for an Act concerning 1 i l ' publication by tbe Secretary of State of a list 1 ' l f l e ' o m d oro a ins n hi t e y o a1 nwl fr e c p r t o i t s sat , . j ! j nes -f' pr it. Seco Readi of busi s and not or- of nd ng l he il t B l . j Spea mo ' ker Red nd: ' N CmiteAedetoor?l t m he z o omnte ro nmnsl ' Any Amendae s f m t fl ' I I er B Cl k o' rien: HAmendment l1. Schlickman. Amends Senateâ' . 1 : . l 1 4 Bill 3 as foll n ne 1, ows, o page 1, li 3 by 1 del ing l mi 1f et no na and in lieu thereof inserting l j r e' ' ' easonabl ' 1 Sppaker Redmond: 'Representative Schlickmanz' l t f Schlickman : 'Mr. Speaker, Members of the House, this is he a Bill that would authorize t Secretary of State to sell daily lists of incorporations...tbellist of i W t GEN ERA L A SSEM BLY ! SP s 'A'x uul s sr r oF' Nol h. . . e '. q p e. l e-x lN'A' v= Hous oe Rx s r rl s r / p ' . x ) ' 1 ) , t ' 5. corporations that have been inoorporated. It was . . i . - 1 the feeling of some of us in the Committee that :. . ; g . ' abe in an thé payment by the subscriber should' amount that is reasonable, consistent with the 1 cpst to tbe Secretary of State, rathe/dthan I oia , hc ol e oehn es hn nmn l wihw udb sm tigls ta I esnbe ol oe o h dpin f raoal. Iwudmv frteaoto o I h me d e t. teA hmn ' l ' Speaker Redmond: IRepresentative Hallstrom.n ' ' Hallstrom : yYes , thank you...thank youy Mr . Speaker and ! Ladies and Gentlemen of the House. I have talked j ih ersnaiel hik a n o ge s w t Rpeettv'clcmn adId are ... '' l l ' Speaker Redmond: HI can't hear you...' ' Rallstrom : îItls not on. Thank you, Mr. Chairman . I . ! l o h he me nt.' d agree wit t A ndme ' ! Speaker R ' f her d edmond: lAny urt iscussioa?' The question i i ! s n h e l ma s ot o o t e d p i n i o t e G nt e n' m i n f rkb a o t o of ' ' 1 j n ment 1. Those i .favor sa ' Ame d n y ayeo faye'> opposed' ) ' ol n The 'ayes' have it, the motion carries . I ; . l ' and the Amendment is adopted. Any further Amendments?' l r B i n: N u t er m nd nt l C e k 0f r e H o f r h A e me s.f ' l ( Spea . mo l 1.' ker Red nd: 'Third Reading. 7 9 l ( l r B i n: S n t i l 1. l o n t n e a in l C e k 0' r e H e a e B l 7 A Bi l f r a Ac i r l t o 1 . J o m u t r m i i a a e o t a t d i h no t i m ni y f o c v l d m g c n r c e w t s w j 1 e nd he 11. andûic 'removal. Seco Reading of t Bi I / ' Amendment ?1 was adopted in Committee.î Speaker Redmoad: Any motions with respect to Amendùent 1? $ clerk o' en: H motions f ed.l Bri No il ' ( j $ î ' , Speéker Redmond: rAny Amendment from the floor?1 j i ! Bri ' or Clerk 0l en: 'Flo Amend / hli ment /2. Sc ckman. Amends 1 l S ! enate Bill 71 as amended by deleting everything l ' ! er be nact aft t e ing cl nd ns ng ause a i erti in lieu i 1 he eo o loving and so fort .' t r f the f l h' j ! .J. . 1 l w s ..z ë .. ' Speaker Redmond: 'Reppesentative Schlickman , have you ! ' ' discussed this Vith Representative Jane Barnes?' f . G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 ! ' .' ; k . v m , u jo, s a so Ius s .s ' . F'* I HO LSE Q F REPRE@ENTATIVES . l N -= f ' j . ! 6 ' , kek. Schlickman:) ,Yes, I. '' Mr. Spea ' it!s an agr , have, , eed . : ..: . ; ' .. .' . . .'.. 1 Amendmen t.1 . . . . ' ! :t i; t '>*: ' '' JkJ 'J i'$'7 ! '' : ' J Speaker Redmond: HRepreskntat w. ive Darro ' .. . 2 .. : .L . 1 a rw: T ak o .t ak o p a e hi s D r o nh n y u. .hn 'y u,Mr.Se k rk T. s i 1 1 somewhat controversial. Would it be possible to take t he or his out of t record f a while until 1 e ae hne o ics t ute7 ' w hv acac t dsusi frhr' . 1 . 1 p a r e m n Qae t ut he e o d. 7.1 S eke R d o d:' k i o oft rc r 9 f l Clerk O ' ' Brien : 'Senate Bill 97. A Bill' for an Act to amend 1 ! . . ! Sections of the Illinofs Vehicle Code. Second ) l . ! l ng 1. Readi of the Bi1 No Co ee nd s.' mmitt Ame ment f I I Speaker R ' edmond: 'Any Amend nt fro t f me s m he loor?' ' l ' cleru o'Brten: 'xone ., ' .' . I Speaker Redmond: îThird Readiag . 98.6 ' ' I i 1 * 1 Clerk OlBrien: HSenate Bill 98. A Bill for an Act to ' ! ' ) anend Sections of the Illinois Identification Card : i ! Act. Second Reading of the Bi11. No Committee . i Amendments.' ' l 1 ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?l t ! k Brie None.' Cler 0' n: ' ' l ( Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. 227.' ' 1 ) i ! Clerk O' n: ena Brie HS ie Bï1l 2 ll 27. A Bi for a AcEi n :to 1 j 1 m n h rb t c . e o d e d n f h a e d t eP o a eA t S cn R a i g o te Bill j I . Amendment #1 was adopted in Committee z' j l speaker Redmond: 'Any motions with respect to Amendment 1?' ' I ! ' 1 '1 Clerk 0 tBrien: 1No motions filed:, ' ' I . , I speaker Redmond: ' ' Amend nts f Any me . roi' be fl t ,, oor?,, j I k B n ' No ' me s ' cler 0' rie : ' floor Amend nt .' l ' l i . pae emn :' id ednis in the chamber hw T . e h eod sek rRdo d 'h r R atg L ttercr so Represàntatfve Walsh I . t 239.t i ( ! cleru o'Brien: ' ' 'senate Bill 239 . A Bt for a Act to a ll' n mend I . I I Sections of the Revenue Act. Second Reading of ! I ' the Bi11. No Committee Amendments.' t l -I S ' Amend nt f m t e f1O peaker Redmond: 'Any me s ro b 0r?H 1 ' l ' ' Clerk OfBrien: 'None.' 1 k t. G E N E R A L . S SE M B L Y A 6.6.:: . f '.& js . .r ' TA' L p>1 S TEor1LtI s ji -..x.:..z-e '- * .:l .7( : - . . -. -. HQ USE OF. REPRKSENTAYI EI - V u , -- - : I 7. ' p a e e= n S ek r R d o d: 'r .'h trd Readin g . .2 54 .$' . ' . ''. . ., . . . ' . . l Clerk O ' ' Brien : 'Senate Bill 254. . A Bill f a Act t amend or n o 1 . ' ' 1 . ; eto S c i ns of . an Act to regulate the practfce of . j d ' l al dent surgery. Second Rqading of the Bill. ! I 1 ee No Committ Amendments.' , 1 . ! k Vny Amendment, from the floor?î Speaker Redmond: ' ' l ! t Clerl 0'Brten : 'xone . '' ' , l 1 Speakr Red nd: H rd Read mo Thi . ing. 265.6 ' j I ' B ' ' Clerk 0f rien : 'Senate Bill 265 . A Bill for an Act'to amend l ! ' Sections of 4he Illinois Vehicle Code. S ond ed ' ( . R i . eading ' of the Bill. No Committee Amendments .'' ' ! . j ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?î ' i ' k Bri ' . 'f cler o' ea: 'None j ! . . ! Speaker Redwond: nrhird Reading. 86.' 2. ' 1 l . l Clerk O'Brien: HSenate Bill 286 . A Bill for an Act to J amend Sections of the School Codé . Second Reading . of the Bill. No Committee Amendments . n ' ' Speaker Redmond: 11A.ny Amendments from the flpor?, 1 ' ( Clerk O' î Brien : 'None . ' ' ' ' Speaker Redmond; 'T:ird Reading . record. 308. '' 289. ' 0ut of the . Clerk O ' 'Senate Bill 308. Brien: ' A Bill for an Act in relation o t cont fo mo oi rt easers. Seco rfbut n a pg l nt to f nd . k ) Readin g of th e B ill . Amendment #1 was 'adopted in 5 2 Committee. f' ' ! i ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'An7 motions with respect to Amendment 1?' . i . 1 l ' Clerk o'Brien : 'so motions filed . ' f ' ! J ! speaker Redmond: ' ' 'Any Amendwent from the floor?' ! ' ' 4 Clerk O'Brien : fNo floor Amendments . '' ) . ! ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading .' 342.' ' ' i Clerk O'Brien: HSenate Bill 342 ' A Bill for an Act to . l ' amend the Public Community Coll4ge Act . Second Reading of tbe Bil1. No Committee Amendments . '' : ' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor:' clerk O'Brien: ' 'None . '' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading . . 378.' . . . . ;. 6-6-79 . y - y.m ' ; . q. 4 1 G E N E R A L . S SE 5 B LY j- ;.t - :%' 4' ) û-- .A, . &' y up l 'v 9 , e *#.oruIos ' . - ,A t , j . . ' ' A ) ' Y ' ' eM i 8. ' B l' clerk 0'Brien: 'Senate ' i'l 378J,'. f.1 vf'r.antX'7.. o. nd '' B' q' d p . dt'1' ' 1; i YA' .ame ' i S ctions of an Act re.ating s o . e l : ' . . t aldoho'ic t'quors. l li j 1 ' . .- . : .. ' econ d Read fng of th e Bi11 i No Commitl eq,.Amehdmen ts.î S ' ut ' $ 'i j , , S ek r R d o d ',A yA e de t f o te f o f.. pa e em n : n m n m n s rm h l o ? . . ' j l t r B i n: ' a ' N c e k o' r e ' o e.' l I Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading. 461. Representative Conti ' 1 ' î ' . t C4nti: 'Mr. Speaker and Ladies aad Gentlemen of the House , ' . 1 , hs ek a e ïh s h t f w e we h v w t u t e 4 H - report to the... i 1 s s it' a team of A-Her' are going to report to the ! ersnaie . o t f o nw h t os Rpeettvs Ms o y uko ta Hue t 1 Bill 172 helps 'this organization . ' 130,000 4-H Members from throughout the State of ' hy ersn j Tç rpeet t i Illinois. They are 1ed by over 30,000 volunteers. l I I The 4-H program is funded by cooperative extension i : services which came through House B'll 172 and i j E i the University of Illinois College of Agriculture. ! ' I The 4-H representativqs here that will be visiting the State Representatives ia their offices this week are Renee Shore: Susan Reemer , Julie Schenowtcz, ns yl Judy He hawy Cher Lynn Patt k erson, Mar Steréo, ere David McMertry and Gene Blue. They'fe back h' and they'll be viaiting us in our offices . Give i them a hand please .' ' i l i l 1 ' speaker Redmond: 1461., I . i Clerk O 'Brien : HSenate Btll 461 . or A Bill f an Act to l @ l amend Sections of the Illinois Vehicle Code. l i . ' Second Reading of the Bill. No Committee Amendmentszj Speaker Redmond: nAny Amendment from the floor?f ' i i ! k B n Nonet' cler o' rie : ' ' 1 l p ae e m n : ' id e dn . 6 . e r sn a ie T Se k r R do d 'h r R a ig 4 3 R p e e t tv ' - 1 1 . y Wiko ff, you re ady on tbat one n ow ?j i ! Clerk O'Brien: DSenate Bill 463 . o A Bill for an Act t' amend j S J ections of the Park District Code. Sv.cond Rqading 1 . of the Bil1 . No Committee Amendments.,, ) f Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments froy the floor?' . 1 ' W G ENER A L A SSEM BLY 1 q . . .r 'k r 4 $ %L > . 'A'e .uuhol sr r opI ll s .. .w p ' . , J * n* . l R MQ ksK oF #KPRl@ENTA. I E5 TV . 'Q jk ' 9. Clerk 0 1 rjën : ,! on e. r j jj ; 1( , ' ;- '), '...y ?4'w%! .7;'.-s. .L:I ' (ç -.z (.s: z., v . r, k t - x .t -...l: .k,.). .: ;' ; . . . 1h ' Speake r Redmond : 'T'ird Readin g. 467 .' ': .- 3,. : - -J : ' ' k' Q . - ' ' lr i1 6 . i1 o n c t '. .t d 4? -' :4J Cek 0'Brten: fsenate B1 47 AB1 fra A t' -'Jr' ' . J E .' ' :- . amen d Se ctions of theRCondom in ium Proper'y A èt .1.' 'C 1 . n h n ' Secd d Reading of t e Bi11. Amendme t #1 uas I 1 adopted in co ee ' mmttt .' 1 ' ' Speaker Redmond : 'Any motion with respect to Amendment 1?' clerk O'Brien: 'No motions filed.' ' ' t ' ' Speaker Redmond:dAny Amendments from the floor?' l B ' t ' C1erk 0 ' rien : 'No uf1oor Am endm ents . ' ' l '7 . 1 Speaker Redmond: Hlhikd Reading. 468.1 B î na Clerk O' rien: 'se te 3i11 4 ll or o 68. A Bi f an Act t amend I l Sections of the Illinois Income Tax Act. Second ' Reading of the Bill. No Committee Amendments.' j Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?r ' ' l l l l ' ' clerk 0 'Brien : 'None .' ' 1 I 1 ' Speaker Redmond: NThird Reading. 504.' 1 l Clerk o'Brien: 'Senate Bill 504. A Bill for an Act to ' ! l I ! amend the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. ' Second Reading of the Bill. No Committee ' Amendments.' ' l Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' ' î Clerk 0 'Brien : 'None .' ' 1 Speaker Redmond : 'Third Reading . 50 5.1 Senate Bill 505 . A Bill for an Act to Clerk 0 îBrien : ' revise , renumb er , correct te chn ical errors and make other changes in Sections of the Vehicle Code. second Reading of the Bil1. Amendment #1 ' was adopted in committee .' , ' ' ' Sp eaker Redmon d: 'Any motions with respe ct to Amendmen tj12' ' Clerk o'Brien: HNo motions filed .' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' î î Clerk OlBrien: 'Noifloor Ahendlents.l .- k-' v Speaker Redmond: ,Third Reading . 507.y 1 y . -. '. i $ 1 ' Clerk O'Brien: 'Senate Bill 507. A Bill for an Act to amend 1 '. a ' 6-6-79 ; v. , ..x. e-. . G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY ' ' . ,- k)7a ' ' .)..'- .1 k* '. j* 5T * . sr.soe1uIll .Av ,u sos souslor@s:RESENTATI Es. .=. . .. V . -. . .. ' 10. . ' . . . ' T i ''X ' ' . . : .' ,'-' . ns he llin h cle onb ''; ! ' ' Sectio of t I ois ve i code. béc :''''2 '-'' . ' Reading of the Bi11. No committee Amendments .' .. . ' ' speaker Redwond: 'Any Amendments from the floof?' ' ' Clerk O'Brien : 'None.' pea S ker Red -Re ' mond: HThird' ading. 557.f I , l Clerk O'Brien : Hseaate'Bfll 557. A Bill for an Act to , . vis ecti ws n n o re e the El on La i relatio t presi al denti l primaries. Second Reading of the Bi11 . No I ' Committee Amendments.' l Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from the floor?' ' Clerk O'Brien : HNone.' f Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. 558.6 ' Clerk o'Brien: 'Senate Bill 558. A Bill for an Act to amend ' S ections of the Election Code. Second Reading j . 1 of the Bill. Nc Committee Amendments .' l I J i ; ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' 1 1 1 ' ' clerk o'Brien : 'None.' i 1 ! pea S ker Red 'hird Reading. 692.:Ta tbat o out mond: 'T 0 ke ne ' 1 t he end of t record. Am ment just fi led. 858.. l 1 562? Oiay, wel wef e holdi t ll r ng hat one. How ! l l ' ab0 ut 692?1 I ' i Clerk O'Brten : HSenate Bi11 692. A Bill for an Act to ' : t amend Sections of the Election Code. Second ' Reading of the Bill. No Committee Amendments.' ' Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendnents from the floor?' ' Clerk O'Brien : nNone.' ' 1 Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading. 858.9 ' l clerk olBrien : 'Senate Bil' 858. A Bill for an àct directing the Director of the 'Department of Administrative Services to con !..sel1 and convey the former Southern Illinois Children Services center in Hurst, Illinois. Second Reading of the Bill. ' No Committee Amendments.' ' .' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' ' ' Clerk o'Brien : 'None.' '-r e ' x ;-7N . . . 6-6-79 . e. G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 1 ;hé ! y xs9. j , . t. ' 2 t .:'* h- . . , atTT Q 'u ' SAE Fulol . - uo tyœ n p nvpn<<r-v'. l r ' i Av wg . 11. : v . k 'r''' t: pe'. r Re. ' ,'-1..' s ake' 'i, 'l dmon d : ''hird . ading . 910.' ' Re' ' '. ' -' 1 ' '' Clèrk O'Brien : fSenate Bill 910. A Bill for an Act to amend >. ' - .. : '' .'.7 .. etos f h co1 oe eod edn f l...:' Scin o teSho Cd. Scn Raigo ) . ' the Bi11. No committee Amendments.' ' e ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Ameadments from th' floor?' Clerk 0 ' ' Bri4n: nNone.' Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. Senate Bills, Second Reading, the category of apprppriations appears Senate Bill 260. Yes... Representative Reed requests 1 tbat that be taken out 'of the record. 260. Page 5.' I '1 1 1 Br ' eiate Bil 260. A Mill for a Ac ma ng Clerk o' ien: 'S l n t ki a supplemental appropriation to the Board of i r s e o h ni e s t l i o s. e o T u t es t t e U v r i y of I l n i S c nd 1 - Reading of the Bi11. No Commit Amendments.l tee ' 1 ; ! Speaker R Any ndments fro t floor?' edmond: DH Ame m he ' I l ' ' cl erk o 'Brien : 'None .' 1 j l ' , speaker Redmond: 'Thtrd Reading. 317., I j l ' Clerk O'Brien: fSenate Bill 317. A Bill for an Act making i ' ) fori an appropriation ' l the ordinary and contingent l I expense of the State University Civil Service ! f Merit Board. Second Reading o' the Bi11. No ' Committee Amendments.' 1 I pa e em n : l y m nm n s rm h l o p' A S ek r R d od ' n A e d e t f o t ef o r ' l 1 lr a re oe Cek0Bin: Nn . ,, . ,, j 4 Q 1 Speaker Redmond: ' bird Readtng .7 355.1 Clerk 0'Brien : HSenate Bill 355. A Bill for an Act making ! ' ' . an appropriation to the Teacherjs Retirement System I 1 . j ' . . i Second Readinz of the Bill. No Committee Amendments.j, . ' - I p a r e mo d: ' me d nt r m he l o ? A s e ke R d n ' ny A n me s f o t f o r n 1 l r B in ' nN c ek 0'r e :'o e '' . l i Speaker Redmond: ' Qhird Reading. 356.' ' ! j ' j Clerk 0'Brien: HS e l n ki enat Bil 356. A Bill for à Act ma ng ! . ' j .. an, appropriation to the Judges Retirement System . j E l ' 1 Second Reading of the Bi11. No Committee Amendments.l 1 pea mo ' me s m he loofc' S ker Red nd: 'Any A ndment fro t f ! .. '. . '-7 --% 6.6-7q W r #& Vy . . G EN ERA L A SSEM BLY : I .. . A! i . 'j7-4 $. . . 1 ' - 1 7. * . 1 E Rp s T F .N SA e> 1u Qs T. < u1 1I *ous oFIe RE ENTAT vE ' s i . ' ' . l 5- 1 . ' ''K . A 12 . - ' ' ' cle ! en''s' N n . .è . ' ''%i ' ' rk .0,Bril :,!' one .',' :..a ' ' ' .' .. . ' ' 7 Speaker f' Redmondr'lThird J Reading. 582.' G . 1 .p ' . . C1erk.0 ?Brien :..'Senate Bi11 582 . a: i11 for an Act to . ' '3 ' -. amend Sections of an Act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expense of various state agencies. Second Reading of the Bi11. l ' No Committee Amendments.' î ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' ' l clerk O'Brién: 'None.' 1 1 p a e e m n f r e dn 8 î T Se k r Rd o d:îhid R a ig. 5 4.1 j ' Clerk o'Brien: 'Senate Bill 584. A Bill for an Act to the ordinary and contingent expenses provide fo r' , of the Commission on Delinquency Prevention . Second Reading of the Bi11. No Committee Amendments.? ' ' .. 1 ! Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from t ' the floor?' j i lr 'ru: f n . N ' cekOBin 'oel I 1 Q 1 Speaker Redmondn ' hird Reading. 946.' ! r 1 k Brie fenate Bi 946. A Bill for a Act to Cler o' n: îs ll n 1 ' ns o ame S nd ectio of a Act t provid f the n e or , j ! I ordinary and contingent expense of the Department l 1 of Mines and Mineral.. Second Reading of the t Bill. No Co ee nd nt ' mmitt Ame me s. I pae emn : Ay mnmns rm h lo?' SekrRdod 'n Aédet fo tefor' . . ) I ' ' Clerk OlBriea: 'None.l ' . I l pe k r e m nd ' r e d ng. S n t ' i l S c nd R a i gy T S a e R d o : ' hi d R a i . t e a e B l sy e o e d n ' I 1 on page 5, Senate Bill 2.6 lr 're ' n t il 2 il o n c o S cekOBtn:'eaeB'l # . ABl fra Att j. j . 1 me ns f ng o a nd Sectio o an Act relati t alcoholic 1 ' liquors. Second Reading of the Bi11. No I . co ee me me s.' mmitt A nd nt ' . ! ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' 1 ' l Bri ' Clerk Ol da: 'None . '' . ' I . 1 Speaker Redmondn-pThird.Reading. s...senate Bill 5., 1 . t I i Br nat Clerk O' ién: OSe r e Bill / or 5. A Bill f an Act creating ) l !o the I sp ital Study Commission . Se cond Reading o f ' . -. .-. -i* z . . - G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY 6.6-79 . r QK $ ( VW- 1 ., -a; l - x v.e v'=. 1 q sAv o'u1os . -- W *-zH l - ''+ .I t .. 4 /'7 4 l R iotsE oF IEpRESENTAT1 Es M i I . / h z ' ' 13. ' . ' ' . . tj ( i11 i No i.mmftt e ,'e 'me ti.' - ' .je B .'. ' '.o , , t J é -. Am nd n ' ' '' ' .Any Aiendmenié'from the f1oor?' î Speaker Redmond:'! ' :. ' . 'N . ' .t .i , ' tf Clerk 0 'Brien : .. 8ne. r . .'î' ''' '.. . ' .' Rei fng 1 Speaker Redmond: HThird ' ad' . ' 106.9 Clerk O'Brien: MSenate Bill 106. A Bill for an Act to ' 1 amend Sections of an Act to tax gifts, legacies, 1 inheritance, transfers, appointments and interest 1 in certain cases and provide for collection of l the same . Second Reading of the Bill. No j . ' o m t e m n mnt ' c m i t eA e d e s.' j ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from the floor?' ' ' clerk O'Brién: nNone.' . , I 9 Speaker Redmond: PThird Reading. 111.' l r 'ré : ' n t il 1 . il o n c o S CekOBin feaeBl 11 ABl fra Att ' I amend Sections of the Illinois Vehicle Code. 1 1 1 . ' i Second Reading of the Bill. No Committee Amendments.' ' S ker Redmond: fAny Amendments from the floorr' pea ' ) ) I k Br ' cler o' iun: ' ' None.' l ' ; l . ' î Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading. 159.9 1 l Cerk O'Brien: 'Senate Bill 161...' ' 6 . ) ( l pe ' ' s auer Redwond: 'z59.' l t Cl ! . k Bri er Of en: HSe l n nate Bil 159. A Bi11 for a Act to i , ! m n ec i n f t e l i o s o mi s o n a e d S t o s o .h I l n i C m s i n o . l l . Delfquency Frevention. Second Reading of the I j ' l Bill. No Committee Amendments.' ' Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from the floor?' ' l k B i n: ' e.' No ' C er O' r e ' n ' I , ' j pe s aker Red 'Thz mond: ' rd Reading. 165.' ' C k 0,Bri ler en: , Se ' nate Bill 16 . 5 . . ' I l ' A Bill for an Act to : mn etos f h lcin oe eod aedScin o teEeto Cd. Scn . . j 1 ead he R ing of t Bill. No Co ee me me s.' mmitt A nd nt î 1* ' j pe s aker Red fny me s rom he loor?' mond: 'A Amend nt f t f ' ' ( j k Bri . Ame me / . ossi. A nds S Cler o' en:= HFloorv nd nt .1. Gr me enate I ' Bill 165 Ir 1 on page... , . ' . : ' ', sam 1 Speaker Redmond : ' Wolf on the floor? Repr/sentative Gr ' bssi. Representati . v ... . T-x4 'WN., G E N E R A L A S SEM B L Y .7 6.6 9 r %! - J I 'WW .t : '? u .7 1 t j ; ? 4 ) - '. k . rrc sx' oetu- l '. uIos ' . ç - h'@ E H s o R eRS N A IE ou E e E f E T Tv s ' ' l4 . ' 'M - S . Grossi: .1 r . . pe aker , ':-' . 47 1 o' t diawtXmehd'eh' .11 J o 1 w ish! . Vi'h' r' , t * . ' t' 1 t m -: l e' ''' ' : House Bi11 ' Sen ak' ' ''' -. ' ;' ' ' -' ' .. ' ' . ' :x 11 Az Speake r Redmond : 'Adendmen t ' .e k iend' t 1 fs withdrawn. màh téL l' Any further Amendmen' r' . Clerk O'Brien f 'No further Amendments . ' î Q 1 Speaker Redmond: ' hird Reading. 168.1 Clerk o'Brien : Hsenate Bill 168. A Bill for an Act to amend Sections of an Act creating tbe Board of Higher Education. Second Reading of the i 1 ' Bi11. No Committee Amendments.' f Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from the floor?' clerk O'Brien : HNone.u Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. Please...please come to l 1 order. T no p ographer is t the side he use hot n 1 j corridor on tbe Republtcan Side...taklag color l i ptctures to be used n h eea seby l teGnrlAsml 1 1 I 800th at the State Fair. We need a1l Members I l pict ke ures ta n this week. The inforpation... t i he air h nd At t State F we had a b00t a with... t l every Members picture was on it in a transparency, ' l seem when as I recall and strange as it may ' l ' j PeO#1e come from home distrfcts they want to see i what their Representatives look lkke. . we So I ' 4 are... or t f hose who fekl that the c s y àn tand i l . ! 1 h e t: h h t g a he s l n h il t e t s t e p o o r p r wi l be i t e a s e. j B I clerk ol ue'ht o ae t oe hs ek 9. esr ta yuhv i dn ti we. 19: Brient' ''senate Bill 199. A Bill for an Act ; : I ' j to amend Sections of an Act to require the payment 1 1 ' ofkinterest by leasors of residential real property ! on'security deposits made by leasees . Second I i ' Reading of the Bi11. No Committee Amendments.' . I 1 p a e em n A y mnd nt r m he l o ?' Se k r Rd o d:Hn A e me s f o t fo r ' l t C lerk 0 'Brien : 'None i' ' . ' a -' I î i 9 Speaker Redmond: HThird Readihg. 256.î i ; ' Clerk O'Brien: 'Senate Bi11 256. A Bill for an Act to amend . ' .. '. V w. A- - x . 6.6.7 9 , : c ) 1 ''e t - -k - ' ; %'.a ï ' G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY % d.. ( .; . , . .. . #* 7 * h , . j s w so,Iux ' sE v v u los fE NTATI s Hou oFReeR sE vs . . . j .' / ' . . . v : / l5 . n ' ni d n '. p ' b 'top i ':' t . n - t . Y ' j - lk .r + Q' ' ' W' a Act concer 'pg 'e tab. ràci tèi.' :7dnknv ': ..ê ,.' - A m# .' Reading of t1e Bill. Amendmen%.L 1vQàs' dopted: 7i ' E . : ' in. C0mmittee .' ' ' : Ns... '. ..2 'J:n :.f ' :!: i j 9 Speaker Redmond: HAny motion kith respect'to'Amendkent 1?9 ' î Clerk O'Brien: 'No motion filed.' ' Speaker Redmond: NAny Amendments from the floor?' ' ' Clerk o'Brien : 'No floor Amendments.' Speaker Redmond: ' hird Reading. 291.' Q ' 1 1 lr îre : Sa t il 9. il o n c o CekOBin HeaeBl 21 ABl fra Att l l l m n n t o e ul t h s n s f t r ng a e d a Ac t r g a e t e bu i e s o s o i j personal property Tor compensation and repeal an Act he med rein na . Second Reading of the-Bill . . 1 ) î No Committee Amendments.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any ' Ame me s from t f nd nt he loor?l î j j . i ' clerk O'Brien: HNone.' 1 1 l pae emn : ' id edn . 5 . T SekrRdod 'hr Raig 39' ' I l Cl Br nat or erk O' ien: nse e Bill 359. A Bill f an Act i i to amend the Illlnois Public Aid Code . Second i j i ' Reading of the Bi11. No Committee Amendments.' ( Speajer Redmond: 1Any Amendments from the floor?, g 1' , l ! ! er Brie ' ' cl k 0' n : 'None.' l I 1 p a e e mo d: ' r e d n T 0 ' S e k r R d n ' hi d R a i g. 4 7.' I 1 k Brie Nse e Bill 407. A Bill for a AAt to a nd cler 0f n: nat n me j ' Sections of an Act to create the Cpmmission on k ' j . 1 . Eco vel ec ng nomic De opment. S ond Readi of tbe I i Bi11. No Co ee me ment ' mmitt A nd s.î i l Speaker Redmond: H nd s om Any Ame ment fr ihe floor?,, l j clerk OlBrien: HNone.l l l k I t 9 Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. 420.' l 1 clerk O' ien: Hs Br enat Bill 42 e 0. A Bil f an Act t l or o l I amend secttons of an Act tn relatton to vocational l > 1 rehabilitation of a disabled person. Second Reading 1 . j i .. t ? of the Bi1l. No Committee.Amendmen.s.î. . .1 1 ' ' speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from tbe floor?' # i ' ' Clerk O'Brien: 'None.' t ' wx .2 v z- . . ' . G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 t P' , . A?-.; ( Jo. l 1 .4'* ' . TATK uu-ol S QFI l l . . h * .e . . r l l a z r :- s 4 r s yots o I nel e rp--' vE - - . - .- . . / 7' - z ) l6 . ' - ' . . -rj '' ' 'i t. Speaker Redmond : 'Tl:rd Reading . 54'.' 'v..- 7 .1 . :' u f - :r .. . .. ' '.. 1 -'.?7::7,. -' t. p n'.' '. -.r .'* ?a ! !:- . B ' .o. ' Clerk 0 ' rien : 'Sena te Bi11 54 7. A Bi11 for an Act.t' l' . è' '. . : ' ' -s amen d Sections of an Act in relation to p rac tice;. .'- e. 'S ' '' '. . and procedure ia the ucourts o f this sta t':' . ecohd ' ', ' Reading of the Bi11. No Committee Amendmeats.' ker Any nd nt m heb ' Spea Redmond: H Ame me s fro t floor?l 1 clerk O'Brien: HNone.'' I î Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. 563.9 Clerk Ol f Bi11 forcan Act to Brien: 'senate Bill 563. A ; l l eie h .' r v s t e. . t ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Collins, for what purpose do you rise? Representative Collins.n 1 collins: 1Mr. Speakery an Amendment was filed to that Bill ' and I don't think it's been disributed yet.' ' Speaker Redmondr IDo we have an Amendment? Thereais a l 1 fl I o mnmn huh u f h eod' orAedettog? Oto tercr. ' ' ' Collins: HItfs my Amendment, Mr. Sgeaker.' I ! . j er mo ' . speak Red nd: '622.' l ' Clerk OlBrien : 'Senate Bill 622 . A Bill for an Act to amend i ) ' ' j Sections Of the Criminal Code. Second Reading of thei l i1 o omte mnmns B1. N CmiteAedet.. I! l I ! Speaker Red ' A nd mond: ' m ' Any me ments fro the floor?' i l lr 're : ' or mnmn 1 e t. F cekoBin 'lo Aedet/ . Gty' ' ' l j ' 1 Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Getty , 622.' I ' ! t e k B i n: ' n s e a e i l 2 nv a e l, A Cl r Of r e ' me d S n t B l 6 2 o p g ' by j l ne nd ns n o deleting li 27 a i erting i lieu there f l th e following.î , . l I ' 1 I p a e em n : ' p ee t t v e t . R s ek rR do d ' e r sn a i e G ty u ' l Getty: 'Mr. Speaker, Members of the House, in 'Committee ' j Representative Preston raised a point which l $ hi me t s A ndment wo to ur nt uld seek t c e. He poi ed l ' j ut oo that u ai ircu nc nd nder cert n c msta es .a defe ant 1 1 ' j' .u 1 -. . . may also wish to petition the court.to 1ave.a.. ... ! weapon N eserved as possible evidence in the defendants l - ' j favor. n n ditio to t I ad haty he mfght to... h to wis ' j l .' . x e G E N ER A L A SSE M B LY 6-6-79 / .k. e ,. . t e . > e. 1 % ;b l u - f - /& k '':eu Ios >r 4 sr.qo 1u: l '.. . . T $ J* l RK N V S VQtse0FREP SE T#Y1 C 1 N 17 . .. intérpose a : ect n bj ion'that t posses 8xtwhich he ' ki ' ' . VN ' ' '5 .. he had was a rightful possession and therefore . '. C vroe h rsmto f h adt ahr ht oecm tepeupino temnaerte ta 1 it should be, the weapon should be destroyed. ..' ' Therefore, in accordance with representations . ' I / that wère made we now offer Amendment /1, which would permit the court to make a finding under b 0t of thos ci msta es and i wo h e rcu nc uld mo f ve or I ' the adoption of the Amendment.' Speaker Redmond: MAny discussion? The question is on the Gentleman's motion to adopt Amendment 1. Those no in favor say 'ayefieaye'' opposed ' '. The I 'ayes' have it, the motion carries and the ' Amendment is adopted. Any further Amendments?' ! er B n: ' urt No me ' C1 k 0' rie f f her A ndments.î l Speaker Redmond: HThird Reading. 642.' 1 l l 1 Clerk O'Brien: HSenate Bill 642. A Bill for an Act in l ; I on he ti relati of t acquisi on and di n spositio of 1 i l telecommunlcations, dupli ng nd cati a electronic ; aa rcsig qimn y tt gn is dt poesn eupe tb saeaece . I l l ec ng he S ond Readi of t Bi11. No Com ee mend nts/l mitt A me i pe mo ' Amead nt fro t f S aker Red nd: 'Any me s m he loor?'' j l 1re 'rd:: Qhi d ng Cek0Bin 'oe' Readi pa S e k r R d nd ' r e mo N ' n. VI 'l . ' 675.6 ( ' Clerk OîBrien : HSenate Bill 675. A Bill for an Act to amend Sections of an Act relating to alcoholic liquors . Second Reading of the Bill. No Committee 1 j mnmns A e d e t '' . N j ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any Amendments from thè floor?' l c erk OeBrien: fNone.' ' ' . I l p ae emo : ',r e d n 9 ' 'r s eu r R d nd ,1t dR a t g. s 5.' l Clerk O'Brien : 'Senate Bill 695. A Bill for an Act to ' l I I . . tl.: .t amend Section s of th e Revenue Act . Second Rea ding. .yt,.a ' ; of the Bi11. No Commit me me ' tee A nd nts.' ) I ' ' Speake r Redmond : 'Any Amendmen ts from th e floor?' i .--- .. -h : .x ' i- x G E N E R A t. 6.6.y; ' A ssE M Bt.v 1 'SL : *( Rt. LL . b W ?- l R 1LQ j TA e Fu los s 'T O IuN l .. - t $ j . .. rp. ,. , sous oeas ss a vs e-s svwvl s N I k ' . I 1 18. I . 1 - ' ' clerk o'Brien: 'Noneo' 1 Speaker Redmond: ' hird Reading. 696.1 Q ' I l . 1 Clerk O'Brien: HSenate Bill 696. A Bfll for an Act r ng etuiri l ' ; reimbursement to units of local governkents and i l ' school districts. Second Readi 6f th < û ng Bill. j . lk ' Amendment I was adopted in Committee.' ' ' 1 Speaker Redmond: 'Any motion with respect to Amendment 1?: ' ' ' Clerk O'Brien : 'No motion filed.' ; ; ' ' Speaker Redmond: fAny Amendments from the floor?' : Clerk 0 Brien : No floor Amendments. $ 1 . ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading. 701.' ; 1 ' ' ' Clerk O'Brien : 'Senate Bill 701. A Bill for an Act fn relation to safety of persons required to enter underground '' k , sewers in connection with their employment. Second Readtng of tHe Bill. No Committee i ' y Amendments.j : ' Speaker Redmodd: HAny Amendments from the floor?' ' ' clerk o'Brien : 'None.' ' speaker Redmond: lTbird Reading . ' 719.' I l k ' Clerk OîBrien : 'Senate Bill 719. A Bill for an Act authorizing I . 1 , the Board of Regents to require and operate . Lewis University College of Lau . No 'committee î Amendments.l : .: ' speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from thelfloor?f clerk o ' ' f Brien: 'None.' 1 . i. 1 - : . ' ' 1 Speaker Redmodd: 'Third Reading. 971.6 ' ' J 'd Clerk OfBrien: ''senate Bill 971. A Bi11 for an Act to amend Sections of the Workmen's Compensation / Act. Second Reading of the Bill. Amendments f1 ' 2 and 3 were adopted in Committee.' ' Speaker Reduond: 'Any motions with respect to Amendments 1, ' 2 and 3?' ' ' clerk o'Brien: 'No motions ftled.' t ' Speaker Redmon d) 'Any Amendments from the floor?' ' Clerk O'Brien: HNo floor Amendments.' : . .. . 1 - . -. j . ( 6. yq k Mc s. G E N E R A L A SS EM B LY :d .aa ? >!l y: . .tlt s s oe I uj s vxv u sol ' i 1 t ' .Y j L?3 .6 Y =* ! 6 ' 1 ze p K r *5 *Dts QF Re @E5 N'ATl C . . -- - 1 .J x *-#n- e e'...Q.-* . . - - - -- ZZ..- o-. x e v.a r - j .-' ,;e.x..-.omotv w -.rw - a é - I x . j ' ) ; < >' S eaker . ed 'rd: .'T : dcReadi g..1040.'. p o R m i w: hi . , ' . r n '. l a . P : . . Cl:rk . 0 'Brie: :.'Sen ate - Bi11 l040 . A . i11 for an Act to amend . . - , B ctions of the Minimum Wage taw. Second Reading Se, ' of the Bi11. No Committee Amendmentsv' ' Speaker Redmond: HAny Amendments from the floor?' ; ler Bri None-' c k o' en: ' ' I l ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Third Reading. 1331.9 Clerk ' 0 fBrien: ' Senate Bill 1 . . . u ' t ' Speaker Redmond: 'There are Amendments on 1331? 0ut of the i record. Whose A re mendments a they? Senate Bills, l 1 Third Reading, Short Debate Calendar. 0n priority appears H..psenate Bill 26. 0ut of the record. Birkfnbine, out of the record. It's Third Reading. ' . . l Senate Bill 8. 0ut of the record at the request i of the Sponsor. 67. Re esentati Ralloc pr ve k. 1 i ' l ' 67.' l l r 're : eae il 7 CekOBin Sn t Bl 6 . ,' . A Bill for an Act to amend l ë 1 Sections of the P ct ark Distri Code. Third Reading j of the Bi1l.f î I ! l pea S ker Redmond: HRepreseatative Hal ' lock.' 1 . I I Hall ' Spea ock: îMr. ker and Ladies a Gentle nd men of the House, . I ! $ this Bill would amend the Public Buildings Commission ' i Act by all ny ng ommissi whic l owing a Public Buildi C on h l x st o o e m n t t e f r or o h a e i s n w t t r i a e i s l p i t t e d ue . . l I l h n h o d r o d. h t e o l .wh w e t eb n s a es l W a w w u d. . at i we have do I e e e s e ae a e n i nb g n h r i w h v a c s i W n ea o I ' County wherein a Public Buildtng Commtssion l ! ' nds he has the fu to pay off t bonds but yet they j have seen through the statutes they caanot dissolve I ! I l t d w hem miss hemselves. This Bill woul allo t. per ibly j l to dissolve ! , not mandator d k y. woul as your 1 l . favorable s d upport. It passe the Committee: by I the way ,qwith q 1 ! unanimous support in the Committee . i 15 to Thank you r ' 1 . ! l ' Speaker Redmond : 'Is there anyone in oppo sition? le Tl question ' '' -e ' -w z x-'kx'x m . 6- 6-7 9 , , G E N E R A L A S SEM B LY r l t & j . . ii% k . .p . .. r , -. v s u. s q s Av oe,uI ol . ' . ''-. - .-: t.% '5' . , - j , sou o,asassamxvl se e s ves 0 2- . ' ' ' ' . 1s G i ; 1 p. '. n t . B i . Th . f i vô is$3 ha11' iiér i21 . 'àà?r' ose 'n . avôr' te . . 'ay. !;r Josed , te.' '.. Have al1 voted who wish? e . op nô vo .r . ' E . . l 'e Hay al.l . s oerhwih h lr il ae h vtdxuws? Tecekwl tk te j . record. on this question t:ere's ll8 'aye' aad i11, having received the no înayl and the B' I ' ns tutiona1 Majorit is hereb declared passed. Co tf y, y l ' 188. Representative Stuffle.' . ! ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 188. A Bi1l for an Act to amend Sections of an Act in relation to the.rate of interest and other charges in connection with sales on credit ' a?d lending Of money. Third Reading of the Bil1.î : Speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Stuffle.n ' ' Stuffle: 'Yes, Mç. Speaker aad Members, Senate Bill 188 is . setal n h is at xcl h ae esnilyi tefrtpr ea'tytesm I l Bill that passed out of this House in the form ! 1 ' j ll d of House Bi 605. It passe Co te nani mmit e u mously. 1 1 Yesterday we added an Amendment, which is agreed ! l to by the Savings and Loan. and Banking industry i in Illinois that would allow the savings and loans $ i . ' l . dt hart and banks that are st e c o ered t have the j me o vide for a variable mort ' sa ability t pro gaje interest rate or contract for deed variable rate , l I - l & s tz h eea hres ae s f uy f a wl tefdrlcatr hv a o Jl zo l . this year. I would ask for a favorable Roll Call 1 . . I n e t il 8 o s na e B l 1 8. '9 I l p a e e m n I h r n o e n p o i in he Se k r Rd o d: Hs t ee a y n i o p s to ? T '1 ' ' . j u s in é h' h s i1 a s h s n a o ; l q e t o i ,sa lt i B1 p s ? T o e i fv r j ' vote layef... Representative Wolf.' . ' l i ' ' y nt r, pe he Wolf: 'Merel a poi of orde Mr. S aker. T Digest ! indicated this Bill kas o t conse c a he . nt alendar. I , . ' - 1 I ' Is it in error?l ' i ' . j speaker Redmond: * e1l, it's on page 2 of your Calendar. i l .. -. . The ques n isv sball-t tio k1 a s ho e his B 1 p s ? T s 1 I in f aye avor vote r ', opposed vote 'no'. Have l ! a11 voted who wisht Rave a11 voted who wish? The 1 , ,' ' A ) 6(6079 . G E N E R A L A S, . .M B LY / -L 1 j ' xN+e j i.?.'7s. 5t ' . .' . ( î T. ?.g ù ' ' r eu Ios Ae sr' o IuM I . ' t ...,/e $ p os -v j . : e l - s hr. w s x e v <o n e w slx Il . . '' ' '- ' ' - / !q .. ' ' Clerk will take the record. On this question there's . ' . t .. ; kl ' . l- )' ; . i'? r : . ): F;! :: ï i#.t. t :' -'- ' ''F' - 'i t!F?1a.'k:'..?J f2i4 ' -è'r3 -' . i 57 ' . . ' ' . . 124 'aye' and no 'nay' and the Bill, having ' 7) l' ..) ' )'. '. .)* ./:. : z - ;, . .:i; 2k :: ..( 7 '.71r .-. . .; . .e ', r. . received the C itutio y, onst ' ' *-nal Majorit is hereby '2 .s . elrd asd j ) .i:2' ' dcae pse-:,*%JJ.;pp. :..('.' . . ! %' 5 .' .A L ''.e ... . . '. ... . yr j ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 277. A Bill for an Act'to amend Sections of.the Unified Code of Corrections. hrd Tf Reading of the Bi11.' , ' I ' ' speaker Redmond: 'Representative Hoxsey.' I ' Hoxsey : 'Yes, Mr. Speaker: Ladies and Gentlemen of the House, Senate Bfll is a Bi11 proposed by the i Department of Corrections. . The éffect of the Bill j is to address a situation where the individual ' j en lcd n afa oss ut at pn bigpae i hlwyhue ms w i uo l I 5 a i r i tn o ie r m h e a t n a 1 d y pr o wr t e n t c f o t e D p r me t I of Corrections to tbe State's Attorney and 1 1 . j ) her f he y h he S if in t count in whic' t halfway ) ( house is located. The problem has arisen where I j . l hos t e indivi le duals wbo were re ased on parole I 1 ! ' and are currently in the community who are not i j curre ipg i he wa ntly resid ' .n t half y house. .0 . n j l 1 occassion these individuals have had the need ' j 1 o a f â o s l c m n nd d o i h f r h l w y h u e p a e e t a ha t wa t t e 1 i 15 day notification period before they could be ! l l lcd n h obl. n ayis nethe s s pae i tehue Iomnorderacsti just is not possi e. S in ntfor h I ' 1 ' department not to circumvent the 1aw as written l 1 l k we as your favorable support oa this leg ' j islation.y I l ' . l ker moad: 'Is a spea Red n ' nyone i oppositiùn? The question I s hl h s il as hs n ao oe a i , s' l t i B l p s ? To ei f v rv t . 1 ! ae, poe oe n' ae 1 oe b '. 'y ' opsdvt 'o. Hv a1vtdwo l wish? Bave a1 voted who wis 1 h? The Cler wil k l I j . i a e' .n n' h. ..i J , 'a i% r..,ae U. .' l y .a d 1 '.o...%. T.;.ezB.llo rh . ,'). ... .ae..:. v.d '. > ng . c ' e v i l I he nst utiona Majority, is here declared t Co it l by j . I ' ' PaSSed . 345 .' j 1 i ' j j Nx <* ' . 97.*, k $ $.c, G ENER AL A SSEM BLY J 6-6-79 i. - r'y u é: . j : u- e) k. *W a $ v v o Ius I sA s eu 1os Hovs o F le RE ENTAT1 E E e: s e .vs , ? 1 ' # ?M e ' ' !? ' * 22. ' i- .fo.'o A' ' to' amend:' ''t. ,' ' - ' c1erk Leone : ' Senate Bi11.345. A Bf 11's r aa;i ct.Llâv ' ? .' . .' .' - : ' ; .. ' . . ' Ac : Th , g Sections of the Juv en ile Cpurt . t. -z ' ird'Readin' ' . '4 e t .I ' c.. .. 1 ç l . ) . , . Jx 'ë. ; w . - . .. . . . j ' of the Bi11 ...' . ' '. :..' ' . -. . ' ' . ' speaker Redmond: 'out of the record at the requést of the ' sponsor. 353.1 C ' enate Bil 3 . . A Bill for an Act to a lerk Leone: 'S l 13 mend ' Secttoas of the Section of the Illinois Insurance Code. Third Reading of the Bi11.N f ' r Speaker Redmond: TRepresentative Epton . f 1 ' Epton: 'Thank you , Mr. Speaker, Ladies and Gentlemen of the House; This is a Bill which simply clears up a previous provision. As you presently know , today insurance companies pay 6 percent interest on ' a death po1...benefits when they bedome due 11 . 1 l and payable. The provision has not been inserted !. l I l in a'l of the policies and the cost of doing 1 l so woùld add im ur he nd meas ably to t cost a would 1 * i I not be necessary. So this Bill simply ,says 1 l . . ) thàt although the compaay will continue to pay l ' I the 6 percent interest on the date of death, . j. ; . 1 it is not necessary, bowevery to reprint a11 of ' th e policies. They simply have to notify the. ' beneficiary at the time of the date of the death. n ol s o o prvl f hs il AdIwudakfryuapoa o ti Bl. -' I 1 ' Speaker Redmond: 'Is there anyone in opposition? The ! quest ion is, shall this Bill pass? Those in favor l vote 'aye': opposed vote ho'. Rave â11 voted ! s' I h s a e 1 td h s h w owih? H v a lvo e w owih? T e I ' Clerk Will take the record. On this question . 1 . h tere's 124 'aye' and no înay'. . The Bill, having l ) rece he ived t Constit al ution Majority, is hereby . ) . : : ! declared passed. 354. Representative Epton.:: j - ; l ' . 354 . Read th e Bi11 .1. , .. . .. .. . . . . . . . .. . ... x- . . .w . . ' . . ; ' 1 'enate Bill 3 Clerk Leone: 'S or o 54. A Bfll f an Act t add ( Sections to the Illinois Insurance Code. Third i -m D- '- w 6- 6- 79 . v p') j xt- k .k, I , ''.. .! e G EN E R A L A S SEM B L Y 1.t J;. e & 6 .J . . =* . r .r vwvs uu-o' s oel l s I V HQQSE O F REPRKSE-TA YC ES j . . .j.e . . K . . ) . : . 23. : î G . . o r' Speaker Redmond' 'The , en tleman'from'Co' k3t: p re sèn- xti', -Lt...t: tt,:Jk Re ' tl t . è u 1 .éc;c f :.: v . - -, .: n . lea Ep ton . Represe.tative Collins : wi11 you.p' se' i:. . '' ' ' Jlt..: .' i on ersnaie po, 5.' stdw? Rpeettv Etn 346 j ' f a . .' Epton : 'Thank you , Mr . chalrman , Ladies and Gentlemen o' :.-. ;,'..;. the House. This Bill simply amends the Insuraace hor he Code and aut izes t Director of Iùsurance ! l der omobile a fi ids ance com aies to or aut nd re ur pa l I ' to disclose loss data and aonrenewals by j zip code. Presently they are already doing that on a voluntary basis but this gives them the ' l legal authority to order the company to do so ' and I would apprecfate your favorable vote.l ! p a e em n : ' S ek r Rd o d 'Anyone in opposition? The question is, . l hl h s il as hs a ao oe salti Bl ps ? Toei fv rvt I 1 'aye' opposed vote 'no'. Have a11 voted who 1 ! wish? Have al1 voted who wish? Theclerk will take the record. 0n this question there's 136 '. The Bill, baving received the 'ayel and 1 'no' nst na ït by are Co itutio l Major y, is here deçl d passed. ' 365. Representative Friedrich.' to Clerk teone: HHouse Bill 365. A Bill for an Act : amend ' the Munfcipal Code. Third Reading of the Bi1l.' ' Speaker Redmond: lRepresentatfve Friedrich. 0ut of the ' record? 415.' f Clerk teone: îsenate Bill 415. A Bill for an Xct to amend conflict of interest provisions of the municipal code and corrupt practices Act. Third Reading ' of the Bi11.' ' Speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Vinson.l ' Vinson : 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker and Membeks of the House. Some years back the Legislature chose to alter the confliêt provision...of interest provision p ia' the Municipal Code and to per it people . ih eti iieboard it o atcpt n t 'ofcouncils and so forth . wt cranlmondcnlcst priiaei local government 1 -, . e .-zww. . . ' 6-6-y9 . . G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y . 4 ,Gf., ,. t > ', q ! ; t1 ? t '., e. 8. . . . j . - 7 . k= . r sA e eu.os r' ? p I '. o 1u4I eel l--l'l s Hous oeRl s r rvE - t l' h ? 24 . : - tc ' ' ''.J ':. - ; -. 0ne o' f t- hè things that was' d ' '. ' ' hàè 8'a ''':tc r. a't':.u .; ' one at ' $ ' .: 'éa .: ''*$v'i i - i e .s''à t ï t * t. ' : êï . i! ' . . .' . ' ay hat bar to s t if jou had a s e in a public ' ' ': a 2 '- g s; y utilit that Was l n %Z n ess tha 7 the you could ' ' in fact be on the...the municipal board serve ' '' - ' ' ' . in municipal office.' Nobody thought at that l l point that anybody...there would be a situation ou h ody where y dealt wit anyb who had a share in I I l kZ excess of 7 because ever ht ybody thoug about the Commonwealtb Edison Illinois Power situation ' I ) or a situation where nobody has an excess o j %Z 7 of the utility t on hat ' hat size. The situati t oke was overlo d was t re ad hat there a some 65 i ependent ! telephone companies in this state which serve, ' he on t average, about 1,000 customers. These ! I . $ y mall, are ver s one village type utiltttes. 1 , ' n hat Adw we've effectively done, tsey- -they l j ' tend to be owned by one individual or one familyy i j . 1 ve fecti what we' ef ne s vely do i to prohibit that 1 ) j i al ndfvidu from par ng ticipati in local politics. ' i' Aad tbis is to correct that. what it does is... l 1 i I that it permits the- .the individual, if the a e r eg l t d y h l i o s o me c r ts a e r u a e b t e I ln i cm re j ' ' c m s i n. t g ahead o mi s o o / . and serve on the village l I . Board. I would urge a f avorable Rol Call., l , I I ' j ' speaker Redmond: 'Is there anyone in opposition? Representativé Getty. 'r l 1 ' Getty: 'We11 I don't rise, specifically, ia opposition, but ' ' y j I do have a siacere question.' ' ! . l I Speaker Red ' ee pr eed.' moad: 'Proc d... oc ' l ' ' et: o ay epeol culy e fetd Gty Hwmn polwudatal b afce by this, l ,, l ' Representative Vinson?' - : ! speaker Redmond; 'Represeatative Vinsoa.' ' , 1 j - ' Q Vinson: ' can't give you the exact number. I do know- - ' G' ' . 1 ' there are 65 independent telephone companies in . 1 i l t this state. So I suppose if you divided 65 by...by . -- -- '. <. ecv cx oe , cxw G E N E R A L A S SEM B LY 6- 6-79 r ë j'.- j yst f 's.t' t *l: xr j ' v s ul s sxv oejuxoI ' , pa . . 17 . ,.7 * t.. . @l F KF *T TY 5 N kK> R*l$MA 1E s E g î ' . - z ' . vt) , .- '. . ' ,' r y , - o. 26 . ',. j . .; ..'. .; wu.. j .. ' , ,.;( :. w .A .. .k .: ' ...j' h '.y:..' .....j .. .. . . . .. . . .. .. . .. , r g' , .j .r t,. j 8...or multiplied it, rather, by 8 you'd have the .. .. : ' .. . . . ' f right number.f ' ' ' # Getty: 'A11 righty and...H ' l Vinson: 'The Bill was in response to one specific instance.' et As ' r w t o d n y f e t h s 5 G t y: H it s d a n i w ul o l a f c t o e 6 I 1 tl t e s h t o e t l ui i f ssi t a crrc ?' l ' ' Vinson : 'Yes 9 sir .' ' Getty: 'Are any of those utilities in the Cbicago Metropolitan ' Zî' ZTY '' l 1 ' t Vinson : 'I don ' believe so. I can't say definitively that 1 , they are not but I don't believe so: because they tend to be a utility that serves...a telephone utility that serves a very small town. So the ' oae that caug my atte ht ntion, that caused me to 1 f j work on the Bill , was in Gridley, lllinois. That vs ; ! h yia atr. tetpclpten'' I ! l y: ' Gett ' wn ho And it's a 1 to telep ne compa ' ny?' i ' j ' ' vinson: 'Yes, str.' ' i ! . 1 ' Getty : 'And. youfre saying anyone who owns stock in that t 1 ' j ny compa would be ef ve fecti ly disenf î ranchised...î i ' Vinson: 'Without this..v f without this legislation.' . j ' y f Getty: îA1l right . f ' . 1 l ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'The question fs, shall this Bill pass? j I ' l I in Those ' favor vote 'ayeî# opposed vote 'nol. ' 1 ' , j ' ' Have al1 voted who wish? Have a11 voted who ' j h? w re lking to Re eatati wis No youe ta pres ve I l Epton, Mr. Collins. Have a11 voted who wish. ? t t ' l i The Clerk will.take the record. 0n this questton I I ' ; there's 125 ' nd aye' a 4 ' he vi noî. T Bi11, ha ng 1 . ved ons nal yy recei the C titutio Majorit 'is hereby j ' ! , i, ' declared passed ., 434. Representat:ve Ronan .' l I ' j . 1 l l l ! 1 . . ; j ' j '. . ' . x a-v' l --Nc% G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 'z.1 , /, ut l' t; v.p ï . . '.-'n7p- . 1 .g f.- I *,, )î A r s #' oFIuIo, m .E u N s ' . . . . .v - t * . . < * ? vpk ssmA ; sous oeIlyls . vKs vl 6-6-79 27. Clerk Leone: HSeaate Bill 434. A Bill for an Act to amend a - ' ' -. , ';1 s. : 7: :. .-, t 7* ..-q. .s''.-;:; e: rz j . ' ) f: ij ' j ' j 'u j ' j k y u &' '' mpve obstructions in the Des Plaines and Illinois Rivers. ' Third Reading of the Bi11.H ' ' S v piake Red ' mond: îGent ma f le n rom Cook, Represe ve n.' ntati Rona ' Ronan: HThank you, Mr. Speakery Members of the House. This is ve a very noacontroversial Bi11. The reason wet got it ve in is because of the obvious inflation that we # had dealing wit: real estate rentals, and I move for passage of the Bi11.H ' Speaker Redmond: 'Anyone in opposition?' Representative Skin- ner . Skinner: NWe11, if this is noncontroversial, then protecting taxpayers is noacontroversial. What this Bill does is allow the Metropolitan Sanitary District , every 10 years , to increase a lease by 30 percent. Now how much inflatio has occurred tn the last 10 years? I know that sidce 197 the rate of inflation has gone up over 50 percent. Probably 55 percent, so why should we limit it to 30 percent? It sounds to me like a way to allow the cozy little deals that the Metropolitan Sanitary District has with its les- sees to be continued infinitely . For that reason, I would urge people to'vote against the Bi11.H Speaker Red ' uest mond: îQ Shall t ion is ' ll his Bi pass?' Those in' favor vote 'aye'. Opposed voteD'no'. Have a1l voted who wish? Have a1l voted who wish? Have a11 voted <ho vish? Clerk lwill take the record. 0n this question... ' 88 'aye' and 37 'no'. Representative Jones.' ne 'Ye pe r. i have a P Jo s: ' s, Mr. s ake ng re or h age standi he f t last ten minutes with a fruit plate and a chohalate sundae. If anyone ordered it, we wish they would come and get it ' from hii.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Ronan.' ' ' ' Ronan: 'We wish a poll of the absentees.' Speaker Redmond: HPo11 of the absentees, Mr. Clerk. Represen- g;-..' k . -a' . . T G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 r -LL e, .* .L ' 9A . 1 & y %. ' c . , 1,s k v ' eu l l s sxr o 'usos t '; ' ' , .? s k . , . rz JE* .) (; S E S H t eCFF e E6 T TVE oJ h ' R s - A I 2 ' N, $ ) N ' 28. tative Jones. Representative Jones votes 'aye'. With- . . . .el '. . 2 ) ., .' 1u 'o. . . tJ o ' '.21 'à. y.'. :èqi ' ' ; Ef y , ;'3: Lt' '... J . k s .f r Lle' o1 T d: N Eàl e ' l ) b n ' ' t . 'h of the a se tees7 0i t is - ' . te ' ht . - k :r ' C k hs q i sti(i'. hoé.Man ')Mr. ' ler ? Yeah. T i question's . . 8 jaye! and '' .!'o.'1 ,d t e Bi havi g red ived t e 9 37t h *j k in h ' .: 11 n e b constit hal y, uàio ' Malorit here dec by lared passe 9 d. 435.' ' ' clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 435. A Bill for an Act to amend .v . Sections of an Act to create sanitary districts and to re structions in the Des Plaines and Illinois Rivers. move ob' ' Qhird Reading bf the Bi11.' f ' speaker Redmond: lRepresentative Ronan.f . l Ronan: 'This is another very noncontroversial Bill. A11 it does , it amends the Chicago Sanitary District Act. au- thorizes impositions of a lien on real estate for delin- s n he quencie i t paymeat of ciarges t he mposed by t sanitar ' ' District. Itês obvious what the Bill does.' No further...' ' speaker Redmond: 'Anyone tn opposition? Question is 'Shall bi: ll e 'Bi pissp' T n avor vote ' ye'. Opposed hose i f a vote 'no'. Have all voted who wish? Have a11 voted who wish? Clerk wtll take the record. On this question no there's 108 'aye' and 15 ' '. T%e Bill having recefved he onstttuti t C onal Mal y, reby declar passed. orit he ed Senate Billss Third Reading, page 2, category, Appropri- ations. Senate Bill 90. Rep/esentative Rigney .f ' i I ' . . .. . ,.. . . . . ; .s7z ' x. ax t;zq.s . , *0 v. y s G E N E R A L A SS EM B LY 6-6-79 . ' ' 4. j . % t>kI iJ'zza*' ( .z,,!'i . Sr, , v.s .uIos '; s.rog'us t you EoFaE n s NT T1 Es 4 s ' eEE ' v A A f' / z j y k z y 29. . l r ' ' . c . . . k 'dat ' 9 c. :Blllc C1er teoneJ Se le.Bfll ?0. 'A't . for.an Act.making . I an approprfatipr ,to : he : llinois Depyrtment of ' t' t . . Con servation::.,Jhi d'R:ad g . f.the Bi11.' . x ' in '0 ' ' ti. Rfgney.' speaker Redmond: 'Represent#. ve ' ' . i Rgney: ' r. Spea r, Se te Bill 90 appropriates 20 thous nd j 'M ke na 0 a f 1 olr rm h tt otn c ud o h dlasfo teSaeBaigAtFn frte ' j eatet f osrain or mus h e Dprmn o Cnevto t . ibrete ! t Department for emergency repairs that were made ' at the sïte of the Oregon Dam.' 1 Speaker Redmond: Hls there anyone in opposition? The question I ( s i, shall rthis Bill pass? Those in favor vote l ' 'ayeb... Representative Greiman.' Grei ' maa: 'Yes... 1... just wa t ask s 1 nt o ome questions about thts Bi11. This is a...a special appropriation. l ! I Is that right? l For the Rock River Dam?' ! iny ' a f orc T Rge:'htscret . l' j Greiman: 'now is. . . welre paying how much of the ' ' repair?' ' j d Ri ' 'We are payïng 200 thousand.' î i gney: : Grei 'nd h he man: 'A how muc were t repairs in totâl?lî l I y: î Rigne .î1 beg your pard t on, I didn' catc your qu tion?l h es ' 1 f 1 Grei Yov re' man: ' mucb we the re ' pairé?' I 1 ne t and.' Rig y: HAbout 425,hous f l ' l Gr 1 1 ) j ' i n: n h t e e a r re e n a e e ma A d t e o h r r p i s a b i g t k n y j ' 1 mon a1th Edis Com we on, is t ' hat right?' j ' ' Rigney: 'That's correct.' ' Greiman : 'We11, now there's a Bi1l in someplace around this General Assembly to give Commonvea1th Edison this ! dam for 1 dollar. Is...that...do you knov..wdo 1 ( I ' you know this Bi11?' he ' ly t w Rij y: 'I real don' kno i e status of that Bi11. I I i understand that it's kfnd of a holding ! 1 ? posftion.d ecause I asked that they Greiman: MWe1l it's holding only b' n jet a appraisal of the da t m. I don' know how you appraise dams but I guess they have a way to do G E N E R A L A S SEM B L Y 6-6-79 uul s STA TE o F l Nol Mo usl oe R' .vEs EPRISENTAII - ) ) 30. i. - ef e .'ùve ': ac o.d x , th' o ' i m b or we.co yx.in ' c r ance .wi.x lHous' te. ez: ., .. . . . Ik t Rules. I ...I. ..I!m not .s! re. .. . 2understand the. Department has spent the.mqney land.J.the.'?want ' '- ' ' ' . . ' ': ' v. ' '. '%J ' . . r '. to be reimbursed. but maybe wecshould.have this Bill and the other one in a holding pattern until he her... ! ve find out vhat we,r #ofng t do vfth t ot e o ( ih h te il î ie o e omne1h l w t teohrBl Idlk t seCmowat l . y Edison pa the 200 t ks he re housand buc if t yf going ! to in fact get the dam. I mean if they're... j ' I i r am t nk:hey ht t it s going to be thei d IJ hi t oug l ' to pay the moneye' ' Rigney: 'We11, I understand, Mr. Greiman, that there's an Amendment that's being prepared. It's going 'ther agency of State Government to transfer to ano ! other than th' gepartment of Conservation.' e ' I 1 i Greiaan : 'We11 I'm going to...I'm going to vote 'present' ' l 1 > j on this. I under stand that...just because I t nk hi i ) we ought to kind of hold bauk and see whether 1 l i Commonwealth is going to get a dbllar . . . pay a i . . I 0 ho s n o l r n a h h y r of 2 0 t u a d d l a s o a d m t at t e ve y I I t h hey' much need and want, althoug t re kind of j blase' about saying, 'We11, we don't really want l j I the dam .' Ifm going to vote 'present' but, you I I nv o o ore bu tî ko,nttovridaoti .' j l ' Speaker Redmond: 'Further discussioa? The question is, e shall this Bill pass? Thos' in favor vote 'ayel... , ' Representative Piel, pardon me.' Pie1: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker, could he take this out of ' l or me arfl be tbe rec d mo nt e y, cause I agre with l . ! nt Represe atfve Gr t a ll mil eiman... his was... Bi si ar I ' v l to t om his was heard in C mittee. And you kpow, since 1 RePresentative 'Greiman bXs Started talking>bfve 1 l had some questions raised in my mind because they 1 1 l were originally going to sell this and I would lfke ' G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 uul l STATK QF I -o l l VES HoksE O F REPRKIENTATI x J . 31. qu ns anéwétëd.b:fcke(''ktte' à;':h'...ok+. these...these' éàtib' ' . : : . ki tIr s = çw, 'Ff . J ' è h ' on t'e Bi11.' , 7 . u?9& ' '. . . F $ t.. l: , '''.p-.. i:.a; . z e : ': ' - ' . -cq . '. . ' ' '' - Speaker Redmoad : 'Rep resentativ e Rigney , what1s ypurt ''af .ç7t' ::r' C ) 1 1 11eaS1 rey1 .V. l... ' .à.+ c t. .. . : # Rigney : 'Mr. Speaker, I don't believe...really believe it ! ary is necess to re om or move it fr t:e rec d. Let j t me give you a few more of the details on this . First of a1l y this was emergency repairs that were , made back in the tonths of January and Feb ruary z' '. => I l when there was truly a hazard created by the ) - condition of that dam. In other words, people downstreaa from thfs could have been affected by the spring flooding. The Department of Conservatfon ovns the dam. They had no chofce i I l t n o ad he mergenc other' ha to g ahead a make t e y l repafrsy so I don't thfnk it's really controversfal I l I in that sense of t%e nature...in that nature. i 1 ; Now, keep in mind also that because of tbis there j 1 ! were some ot ad her projects that h to be put ! ' j f :e on t back burners that affect other legislative ( districts. Such thipgs as...work, ' for'instances 1 j 1 ss ppi edg on the Mi issi shell harbor1 dr ing, the . j 1 49th Di 1 ti , ht a o eae usata . s rct t a h d t be dl y d. Sb t n ï l I delay was made in the Illinois Beach Marina study. They. drew l05 thousand dollars to...to be able 1 o op e e he r gn r j c , h y ok t t cm l t t Q e o p o e t te to i j I om fr there. There are a number of other projects I I l that are g ed oipg to be affect by this delay. ( l le t : ' Yqu rea11y are not going to be ab' ' o effej t the 0regon project, it is co ed paid f mplet and it is . or. j i So there are many other...thère are many otber E ' l Reps here'in 'the House that are having their 1 . ( ' ' .% 1 k ..1 ' .a .. x . .r 1 R. ' .- projects affected by this delay. : 1 ' ' 'Representative Pie1.' ! speaker Redmond: k 1 ' Piel: 'Yes, m objections have been answered while he was ', '. w' ---' '. . .. e. . G E N E R A j A ssE M B L Y 6-6-79 6 wj. p 1 .ts- , . y h f. ) ! ...a , s ,. ... ; w l . . vm eaxxsrArl s sx .o Ius l vc s e ulos sous oees s ; ; y 1 h - . ; ) r. - p / r, ' 32. '. ' ' .- c ? ' 6 . - : ' ' .fht-.'r , . ' : s ' ta lking so thank you v ery uuch.' ' '-. - .'L'-'z--1'c!%t:'6py, t- . : . ., pe s aker Red ' ent ve kinaer.f mond: 'Repres ati S l ' .. a . . ' ': . : ki ' n o S nner: 'I just wa t t explain why I' going to. t # s! .? . ,o. m vo e yq ., . , '; ' ' ' and I xas goiag to do that in exp lanation o f votesk' . . ..z ' ' speaker Redmond: HOkay.' I $ Skinner: f I have lots of dams in my district that need fixing and I thïnk the state certainly ought to help pay for them and thls sets precedence that 1 . f I think would:help me get such Bills passed.' I S ' questi is, s peaker Redmond: 'The on hall this Bill pass? 1 I n avor vot ê Those i f àed e aye' oppo 'vote fno' Have a11 voted who wish? Havb al1 voted who wish? The Clerk will take the record. 0n thfs question there's 101 eaye' and 6 'no'. The Bill, I ' ' j 1 h ' ved the Constituti aving recei onal Majority, is j .' ' eey elrd asd 6. hrb dcae pse. 11 Representative . l 1 f drich.' Fr e ' . ) ' j ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 161. A Bi11 for an Act making i 1 qppropriations to the Aduditor General. lhi*d i l e dn f h i l R a i go t eB l . jj ' j l I h: Frtedric HMr. Speaker and Members of the H his ouse, t is j ! nual approprfation for the Auditor General the an' ' . t ne and o of the nice thi s ne ngs about it, it' o of ! t . . l h e p r p it o eu s s h ' m l e t e f w a p o r a i n r q e t t at s s a l r j ! than last years. It's gone through b0th committees l I 1 ' ut f h o s om t e n n m u l n o o t eH u e Cm i t eu a f o sy a d I I. . suppose there's n@...I#d apprecfate Your support.n . . j j J Speaker Redmond: tAnyone in opposition? The . question is, ' I ' I i s 1 n e aye', hall this Bi1 pass? Those i favor vot ' ( l. t opposed vote no ' '. Have a11 voted who wish? 1 1 . j ' Rave a11 voted who wfàh? 1he Clerk will take . l ! ! * h c hi S:i t e re Ord. O1 t .s que.t on there# l34 ' ye' ' s a 1 ! I - and l înO ' and the Bi11, haVing receiMed.the. .. . ..'. 1.o. . . ' .> , '. ' e. , , L . j . ut y, Constit ional Majorit is hereby declared passed. j 340. Representative Bradley . Bradley in the chamber? . .n w- 6- 6- y9 . r. 'vT g * / 'irk ' G . EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y , c . .w î l lvs - . .. - ; .a .. . v m euIol sx so Ius s . . . S B 7* o s lR sN AIE H u?oF-pex TTv s ' $ )J v z -f 33. . . :-:.. . !' . r'.@.J;- . .r .. ,. t '. I:.''. )!. Representative Bradley in the chamber? Take 340, . out of the record. 549.9 Q: ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 549. A Bill for an Act making an appropriation to the Metropolitan Fair and ' ' Exposition Authority. Third Reading of the Bi11.' i Speaker Re î dmond: l prese tive Mati vich.' Re nta je ' l Matijevich: ' ke Yes, Mr. Spea r. tadies and Gentlemen of the l Bill 549 appropriates 4.8 million Housey Senatez o t the Me n nd oa tropolita Fair a Expositi Authority. I l /1 And the Senate Amendment / specifies that the 4.8 million dollars be used for the reconstruction and kehabilitation of thè Rueben Donnelly Buïlding. ' The 4.8 mfllion dollars that is in thfs Bill, S ll d ove enate Bi 349, is include in the G rnor's 1 . 1 Y F 80 Budget andG e amended B rt ill is vi ually 1 I identical to the annual appropriation made to the ! : ! ' 1 authority last year and I move for the passage 1 l of House Bill 54... of Senate Bill 549 and urge ! j 1 1 or u p r . yu s p o t ' 1 speaker Redmond: HAny discussion? The question ïs, shall... l f ' Representative Skinner.' Skinner: fI was with the Chairman of the Appropriations ' I Co nt mmittee u il he said annual. This is not l l to be an annual appropriation. It is to be an appropriation that exists only as long as it takes to pay for the reconstruction of the Exposition Center, exclamation point, end of i . ' sPeech .' I ' . question Speaker Redmoad: 'Any other exclamation points? The . I is, shall this Bill pass? Those in favor vote 1 ' j f ' ayel, opposed vote lnô'. Have a11 voted who ! . wish? Have a11 voted who wish? The Clerk , . . 1. . . . s. t .t Vil1 t he ord. 0 t questi t ake t rec n his on here's 1 ! 95 'aye', 37 'no'. The Bi11, having received the G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y S TATE QF I NOI ULI S 6-6-79 b . VEI HOUSE OF HEIRESENTATI 34. nst utional Majority, is hereby decl Co , it ared passed. . : .t z : .. ' . .. . I :,.. . ? ;.. . .( ' Clerk O'Brien : 'Senate Bill 841. A Bill for an Act to .. 5. ., t ... v . . .: r , provide for the ordinary and contingent expense of the State Comptroller . Third Reading of the 1 Bi11 @l l pe s aker Red ' pres mond: 'Re entati Matije ve ' vich.' l M ijevich: HMr. Speaker, Ladies and Centlemen of the House, I at I 1 this is the ordiûary and contingency expenses for he he mptro the Fiscal ï 80 for t Office of t Co ller. 1 I The Bi11, as introduced, was 22 million, 224 thousand 839. There was a reduction in the Senate of 23l thousand 600. Further reduction in the House Committee and now the...the appropriation s n h mut f 1 ilo 4 huad i i teaon o 2 mlin,95tosn , I 139, which is about less than 500 thousand dollars ! ; I . over last years appropriation. I would move for I : h te passage of Senate BIl1 84l and urge your I I i ,, t support. I 1 ake Spe r Red l mond: 'Any discussio ues n? The q tion is, shall I this Bi1l pass? Those in favor vote 'ayely ' opposed vote lno'. Have al1 voted who wish? 1 1 a 1 t d b s ? h lr i l a e h H ve a1 vo e v o wi h T e C e k w l t k t e l l record . 0n this question there's 'aye? and ' j I n' n h i1 aig eevd h 2'ù AdteB1,hvn rcie te I it y, h by Const utional Majorft is 'ere declared I a sd pse .. 945. Representative Winchester.,, . I ! Clerk o'Brien: 'Senate Bi11 945. A Bill for an Act to ' I ' nd ctioas of an Act t pro ame Se or he o vide f t I l riay n otnet xes f aiu odn r adcnign epneo vros l tt gnis saeaece Third Reading of the Bi11.' . ' l I : pae emn : Rpeettv icetr' SekrRdod HersnaieWnhse . ' ) I Winchester: nThank you, Mr. Speaker and Ladies and Gentlemen I 5 i f he o s h s r s e i l o h o t H u e. T is i a t an f r B l f r t e ' l t Department of Corrections and it also has a supplemen- ! a ...an emer enc su lemenral a ro riation ia it G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y : l M l STATE <F'uL1 Q1 l . TV: RoklK o F RiPRESE-TA. l K5 ' - - j .-k ' - z .- f /x.J 35 . ., . . . . . :. . r .o 3 'i , . ' . ,.qe. . f . 28 . ' thousand do11ars . It o r:g:na1ly wa s i î . . ' z , 683 thousand. The Senate reduced it by 230. .. . : L )' ;' ï, . .-..J . J) !'. . ' ' '. . w . .The House Committee reduced it by 125 thousand ':. ' and I would ask for a favorable Roll Ca11.f Speaker Redmond: HAny discussion? The question is# shall this Bill pass? Those in favor vote 'aye', . no'. Have a11 voted who wish? opposed vote T Have a11 voted who wish? The Clerk will take the ; record. 0n this question there's 141 'aye', i 2 'no'. And the Bi11, Yavïng received the 1 I ' ' Constitutfonal Majority, is hereby dedlared passed. j Senate Bflls, Third Reading. 0n page 2, 365. ' Representative Friedrich. Third Reading, Short . ' Debate. Third Reading, Short Debate. We'll get I to you next. Representative Frederick.' ' f 1 1 ' rdrc: îr pae, ais n etee f h os, 1- M Feeik '' :Sekr Lde adGnlmno teHue j ' i me 365 is a Bill which a nds a Municipal Code by I l ng limiti the startihg age of f nd ire a police ' j ! department.members and placing a time limft oa i i h i l i i g l t r re i nd y e u r ng t e r c a m n mf i a y c d t a b r q i i j ia hscl xmnto. re.l afnlpyia eaiâin. Iug..' ) l ' Speaker Redmond: 'Anyone in opposition. The question is, ' shall Senateo..' ' l C erk . oîBrien : 'Senate Bill 365. A Bill for an Act to ' j amend Sections of the Municipal Code. Third ' Reading of the Bil1.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Anyone ia opposition? The question.is, hl hs il as hs n ao. salti Bl ps? Toei fvr. w Wait a t I f f i iue . ersnaie et. mnt .. Rpeettv Gty l e t ' 1 r. pe ke us o s W i c r ue t o G t y: ' e 1, M S a r,j t t a k a s n e e q s i n, ) 1 1i .m . f W t1V ' iS V1 S S 1i iQZQi0l 0X YP C Vl. QZiVS1' i 1 FrederiCk: 'N0...nO ft iS nOt.f 1 . ' l i I .. r Speaker Redmond: f The question fsy shall this Bill pass? 1 $ T e in fa hos vor vote ' d aye', oppose vote ' no'. l l i Have a11 voted who wish? The Clerk will t@ke the f 1 .--y k. -tg .-') . (. k ju..j gs ç G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6- 79 :'t . * .. $. t . ''' '-x x . I ' :4,*, 5r7,. ;. ; ' .. j l . s. .o ,u. I q v v eu1os a p x 'I sous oFas nws STATves i I $ 7 r g ,) r' / t 36 . . . r . on ...s 4 es ï.m q.ere. a..2 f ye' Jnd ' eûord. . ù i th> ! . .tio th ï.q' 13 ' ' ' 's a : '. . '. ' Bi11.r. viag.received the Constitutional 3 :no '. The ; klhat . . .. - . L ,. ' ; . . i. q .her i .X c . ' e . Major:ty: fs ''.ebya e lared.pass d. 74.' ; ' il :7' k' B ( lerk 0 'Brien : 'Senate B.e 1'. 4' . A 'i11 'for an Act to provide prisoners from the Department of Corrections to the Dqpartment of Transportation for purposes -f such as, prisoners cleaning up trash and garbage log i h ys h s tt a n h gwa oft i sa e . Third Reading of l ' the Bil1.' l f ' Speaker Redmond: fRepresentative Leinenweber.' ' the House teinenweber: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Members of : '. Senate Bill 74 is one of the better Bills to come along duriag my tenure in the General ' ' Assembly. It's a.o.itîs a sincere attempt to I make government .work in an economical and beneficial ' I ) ! he manner to t better vir ment a ment of our en on nd t I ' ft s l1 mply pr @ur const uent' The 3i sf ovfdes that 1 .. I the Department of Correcti o ons is t provide to l i . the Department * Traasportation a sufficient i I nmates in order t c number of i . he o lean up t mess i 1 n l p a s o te , rd h t e id i t rd a d so ,cn yb t l s cu ta w fn l t e e 1 on our highway. The Bill has received a thorough I ' . l ( h he enate Judiciary C hearïng in bot t S ommittee ' l ' . . I nd us ci a the Ho e Judi ary Co e. mmitte It was voted ! u i h n y i i l p o i in n e ti l o t w t o l m n ma o p s t o a d I c r a a y l I he ort ve urge t supp of e ry Me he mber of t House, I , including those who have areas in thefr dïstricts ' j ' hc r ftrd ïh ote n as n wfhaeltee ct belsadcn ad ) 1 so forth. It is' a way to clean up our bighways i l . I that wi11 not cost the state anywhe near wh re at ' I l j j it would cost if we don't use this particular manner.' ! h l h a t d y n i c r l r e ve y n o Iw o e e re l a d sn e ey u g e r o e t l l . ' n . s' a' ,i11.!.. '. vo te - aye' o. , 2 thi gre't B .' . . . i ! . i ' speaker Redmond: 'Anyone in opposition? Representative $ 1 ! ' Waddell.' j . '. . h '. G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY 6-6- 7q ; I ' : xkl.r .l! T,A ze l a TAT u -ol S EoeIul s , ! '. h Y '. 'N ' 1 +1 I (* P'k QQS KP KNY I H I?OFR RKI ATVES . . ' ' . ' . . . . .. 1 ' y .. . s )... ; y y;. 37. 1 ' : es ' ,Wh' '. d / .D.2 ; z1. . ' qk : z t ? 0.' 7' ; Wadde11: 1Mr. Speakeryna'.u'' tion.c) àt-doiéc'he.? : .T. :. . '.'. zI. tl:nk about th:s?' i ' . ' .. '. ' . : ..' .rc ; . : . -z''' .; :..: !zf.u' .. teinenweber : '' 0 r z tedly o .' 'rbe D . .'. is wholelear: . f) r.sit p Tbe . wholeheartedly for Department of Corrections' is ' it aad just a ve ' boùt e rybody is.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'The question is, shall this Bi11 pass? Those in favor vote l no aye' opposed vote' '. Have a11 voted who wish? Representative Pierce.' ' I Pierce: HMr. Speaker, I'm supporting this Bill but, believe ' j ' ad 11 d, ott me, if we h House Bi ' 5 passe the b le l I Bill that would provide an economic incentive by way in depoéit to picking up beverage cans and s bottle we wou t ave to se these pris ldnl h ad oners i out into nfce neighborhoods to threaten the I I women and children as they pick up the litter I a s d n h e g b r o d, e' a e t e u n d c u e i t e n ih oh o w dh v i r tr e I ' for the deposit.' But this is an attempt, the l ' I ' t . Gentle : man is sinc m ng o ere and I' goi t vote for l t :is Bill.' ' 1 ; speaker Redmond: 'Representative Jaffe.n ' j I l I Jaffe: HYeahy Mr. Speaker. I'm sorry, I wonder if the Gentleman would respond to a question. I note I ' 1 e r her that prisoners convfcted of murde or a l las C s X fel ol ony or utter vi ence or aggravated 1 ' I ïda p n r n e et i e tes i h h l k n p i go i d cn' l b r i w t a ci d j 1 or forcible detention or aggravated incest or 1 on ars or incest or a prisoner is just a habitual criminal, shall aot do thpse thfngsy Earry. Why I l are you exemptfng those people?' ' l ' Leinenweber: 'It's a good question. You'll have to ask the senate.' '. I ( Jaffe: 'We11 you know , I t ' think that really deserves an l ) i answer . In' otier- words , you 1re sayin. ' hat ...tla t l . . g.t i ) ' l I p . Peo le. .' 1 l ' ators. Lelnenweber: 'Wel1 the idea wasm..the idea was... The Senb '. % . K** ' - .v . . j l, y tsgp. . G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6- 6.7 9 f v &f #! : % .x . f Nx. a t' -'.. > 1 0 : 4 v .. s u 1o s s. . o Iu. 1 T ' .. ' . .. F JC * ? e s r 1 s Hous oeRE R? EN'AT vE j . s ., - ) x.- y . j j 38. . 'x k. z ? . # 4 u . ( . ;.' .i ' q y . '' '/ : ' .. >: .41.s .' ''. . k.;!t'i. t ' ' .* .q;' : -'. 'c .;..; t;a .c. r 'L''b)r' .s. J% :.j:'l.i ; . . . G (: 1 I . 4, were sincere in excluding these people because . ï) .t .. . : they felt tbatee.to a certain extent, that these ' u( ; 9' ' : .. ' 1 t':'7- 'e* Li ' * /J ' ' . people are dangerous to society and the Department a ; f J , Ks % . ' of Corrections probably isnlt good enough at f evaluating people...f If Jaffe: Wel' who d you ria lefts Ha l, o ve u rry? Yo know, it sounds like a great Bill but who do you hav: I left? I mean everybody who's committed a violent crïme is not...fs not going to participate in that l i 1 1 I program . ' Leinenweber: HThere's...there's quite a few left in tbere.l Jaffe: 'We11, but who is left? I don 't know what youfre ' I l talking about. White collar criminals, is that l h t o r a k n b u ?î w a y uf e t l i g a o t î l 1 Leinenweber: HArsonists, tax e . vaders. a kinds of near t * 11 o i f I 1 1 we1 ...' I l aff 'We1 vad n't rs, J e: 1 1# tax e ers are state prisone Rarry, $ v , î i t they re in our federal prisons. I ' f Leïnenwèber: 'one or two Legislators, somebody told me.' 1 S ake Red pe r mond: 'Ha a1l vot who wis ' ve ed h? The Clerk will l 1 I I ke ta tbe recor n his tuesti 133 ' d. 0 t on ayel j and 16 'no'. The Bi11, havfng received the l I t I o t u i n a o f y, s e b e l re a s d. I C ns it t o al M j r t i h re y d c a d p s e i 142. Representativeoa.Representative Sam Wolfs I , o o e i e o a e h s eu n d o h r e d y u d s r t hv ti r t r e t t eO d r I l f e n e dn o S co d R a i g. I s ht orc ? os e I ta cret De h 1 have leave? Hearing no Pbjectf s onv leave i granted. j i 142 , . t ... ( i Clerk 0'Briea: H / Amendment /3. Rlchmond. Amends Senate 1 I Bill 142 on page 1, line 3, by inserting before l j . I t%e period. the following. And to amend Sections l 1 ! 8 and 9 aad so f ' ortb.' ! r: ' . . r !. w x. 1utr . . lî. .f c. 'ç - 4 k. .. P s eaker Re 'Rep dmond: ' rese ative Ri nt ' chmond.f t ; $ ' l Rfchmond: lThank you, Mr. Speaker and Ladies and Gentlemen j l G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y STATE QF l MQ $ uuk % 6-6-79 'EI# V HOUSE O F I *QRSENTATI EI ' 1 , -' ) ' .- .. ,' / 39. t tz; y:'(t ' <* -: k , J . :.' z '.:' ê ' ' -6k.: ' of the House . Thfs Amendmen t does exactly 'the ' .' v same thing tha t we ' e voted on yesterday for . . , . '':: ;, b. ' z .H ' ' the Waukegan Port Authority . And I'm asking that ' ' '.t it be extended to include the Jackson - Enion . . ' Counties Regfonal Port District.' Spe l ! mo Is e aker Red nd: ' ther any disc ussion? f on be.questi is ' on... Representative Tottenm' I ' ' Totten: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker, would the Sponsor yield?' ' ' speaker Remdond: 'He will.' ' ' Totten: 'What is it we're extending to the Jackson Port ' District?' Richmond: HThe Bill...the Bill provides that the Port I District would be able, in the event they wanted o su ody ht hy ol e be o su t isebns ta te wudb al t ise 1 ! h m t at o i h r h n Z, s p o e o te a ar e n h g e ta 8 a o p s d t ' 1 h h t a r gn l y n h c . te 6 t a w s o i ia l i te A t ' yr j f Tott ,, he en: T y have t author y to iss the boads no he it ue wr' f ( Ric ' hmond: 'Yes, the have t authorit y :e y.u ' j ! en: 'kayy then t woul apply to t additi Tott 'O his d he onal 1 I ' Port Distrfct in your district?' ' ' Richmond: fYes. that's true.' ' l Totten: 'Thank you.' ' on speaker Redmond: 'Anything further? The question is , '' h etea l oin o h dpin teGnlm nsmto frteaoto of l mnmn . hs n ao a ae iae, poe j Aedet3 Toei fvrsy 'y ely ' opsd 'no '. h ae' ae t h oin are, Telys hv i,temto cris ' j j ' Amendment 3Jis adopted. Any furtber Amendments?' l lr 're : ' ute mnmns N cekoBin 'ofrhrAedet . '' l 1 l 'Third Reading. 145' speaker Redmond: .' . Representative ) . . 1 sam Wolf.'' 1 ( l erk Br 'Se ll n Cl 0' ien: ' nate Bill 145. A Bi for a Act to l ! l amend Sect nc po ions ions Co erning Public cor rat i 1 : interest rates. Third Reading of the Bi11.H 1 ! : speaker Redmond: HRepres ve ' entati Wolf.l I i .. . - D .) 'V' N x . l F*o, . f 4. ., E C t . G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6 - .-6 79 ' tj 1 y. A k. . .- s k . v v eulos sA eo IuN , . j* Jtl o > N r l s ; ER >: AIE y u?(FRe ?E T 'v s . ! . . ' yv z . ; . , y 40 . : 4& t p0.' . '. - ' s . '4 - '';'Wb1f. 'Mr .'Speaker , I wou1d resp ectfu11y request leav e t : ' '. ' . ;. 's . '.- r'; ' r. . .' ! . ' . ,J , . of the House to bring House Bill 145 back to the ' . .. . 'k.e order of Second Readiag for the purposes of an ' . ' ' Amendment.' ' ' . . Speaker Redmond: PDoes the Gentleman have leave? Hearing no obje ve ate ctïon, lea is gra d. Mr. Cl î erk.' ' / Glerk otBrien : 'Amendment /2. Richmond. Amends Senate . ' j Bill 145 on page 1, line l8, by inserting after j . ' ' 'amended' the followtng and so forth . ' ' speaker Redmond: nRepresentative Richmond.' f ' j 1 l ' Richmond: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker . This Amendment is . ly me ng ne virtual the sa thi as the o we Just passed except it applies to Senate Bill 145. It includes the Jackson - Uaion Counties Regional . 1 o t i t i t nd r h er s f h c nd P r D sr c u e t e t m o te A t a . l l t a o o ih h n e ta t . î f hs t d w t t e in r s ri s ' . 1 $ l ' Spea mo ' y ker Red nd: 'An discussi he uestio is on on? T q n ' 1 I . the Gentleman's motion for the adoptioa of ' 1 1 ' . .J n or ay a ' Amendment 2. Those .i fav s ' yefi aye'# 1 1 opposed fnô,. The fayes' have it, the motion ! 4 carries and the Amendment is adopted. Aay furtber l l l Amendments?' î ! : l Brien: ' f clerk o' No ' urther Amend nt ' me s.' i . j . 1 , & Speaker Redmond: .Third Reading . 162. Representative l I Cissy Stfehl. .. I ' 1lease sit down. ' ) ?' 6. eao aua , il o 12 Sn trSrn s w l yu I I ' clerk o'Brien: 'Senate Bill 162. A Bill for an Act to . ' mn etos f he aedScin o t Southwest Regional Port l 1 District Act. Third Reading of the Bi11.H l M Speaker Redmond : HRepresentative C. . Stfebl.' ' . ' . I Q Stiehl : ' hank you, Mr. Speaker: tadies ' and Gentlemen of j i ' ! . . . ) 1 , . ' he t House. Senate Bill 162 si vi mply pro des that ) . $.. - ' the Southwest Region al Port District may appo int j . .- . .j: )' . . . a General Manager for a period of fi j ' ve years. j . ntl Prese yy it states at the will...that they will j ( - '-i . w. - -' . 6- 6- 79 1 e .) j '. $ ' %P '' . , e, X GEN ERA L A SSEM BLY ' f ' 'zA i l. .j . $ . v v eu l 1 sx Eo Iuyos . ; Rq* a i e o s v l x m .le a u aoeI eqs y Arv s . ! I J , % . % . . 41 . .. . . - '-z; . .',.. . . .serve s . , >vzL:a- . . .. .r ' . . t t1e'w' l1 of., t. e board , nd the board h a a'. z s i .' . has asked for this because they feel that they ,u,. .,. coûld then hire a more effecient. better'qualified ' . . .1 ' . .. f manager. I would ask for your approvax.' Speaker Redmond: MIs there any discussion? The question is> shall this Bill pass? Those in favor vote 'aye', ' ao opposed vote v r. Have a11 voted who wish? Have a11 voted who wish? The Clerk will take t the record. 0n this question therels 100... ' Lechowicz 'aye'... 138''aye' and ûo 'nay'. I I ' l The Bfll, havfng recefved the Constftutïonal - y Majorit , is hereb declared passed. 292. y 1 l Is Representative Kent on the floor? Anyone handle that for Representative Kent? Representative t ! 1 f Polk. r i ; i Clerk 0' ' nate Bi 292. A Bill f an Act t Brien: 'Se ll or o 1 1 amend Sectioas of the Park District Code. Third ( : i i pg Readi of the Bi11.H j 1 1 , Speaker Redmond: 1Representative Polk.t ' 1 : l Polk: 'Yes, Mr. Speake n ais n eteey hs radLde adGnlmz ti 1 , . House Bill 292 actually only affects one l ' ' particular airport and itïs in itîs in ) y Mar Lou' Dis . s trict ia... I understa tnd here's 1 1 no opposition to ' It's tn Adam 's couaty. j I ' ' *'* I 1 ih. Rgt'' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Schneider.n î l l I . I Sc 'Ask be hneider: .l 't Spons ,. . S eaker ,t 'speak u vor .Mr p u: o p y $ al . ittlè bit? Th sounds like o of Babe at ne l l l c v yt r c s.' M A o s ti k ' l speaker Redmond: Hlt s ' ounds more lfke...' ! l : Pol It rtainly was t C. Mccor ck, you c tell k: ' ce n' L. mi an l 1 th Tf ! at. ! . i ' speaker Redmond: . ' 'It sounds more like tbe late Bill Scott.' t l 'his is.. hfs is i relatio t air Polk: 'T .t n n o portsy Clen i ! . and it only affects Adams County. It doesn't really ' -A .- --QN .e' . 6.6.7g 0p h -j . , G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y - C :i . . h -j8 l t g-1 j . 2 v v e u lol s w ao Ius s .. gt ' .j rl* e l a u eo I e Ex v -v s o s eq a s a xr E ' z l y j ) N ) ' .' . %1.J . .. J ..)''.) . , . .'. - 4- . )fL1p z' :< : .. ' )j''' .!d 'ï . r ( t' ' .'' % ' . @ .u . ct afte your dis y trict. It reall just does the amp . . d ally ap # .thfng and Iî re prec n ye iate a la # 1; . .. ' ' oEe.' ' ' schneider: 'I like it.' ' ' Polk: 'Do you want some crackers?' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Anythiag further? Representative P ie1 .$ .' l I ' I i 1: W l h e r sn a i i l o u s in, l a e ' P e H i1 t e R p ee t tvey e d t aq e t o p e s ? 1 S aker Redmond: 'He wi11.H pe ' I I l Piel: MIs it true that this gives them the authority of 1 l a backdoor referendumr ' Polk: MI think that was the question that you had in relation to your Bi11. It allows a backdoor t Pi eeedm, e . rfrnu y s' ' j 1 l: ' oes allo a back e 'It d w door refere ' adum?' I I l SPeaker Redmond : 'Anytbing further? The question is, shall l j this Bill pass? Those in favor vote 'ayeê, ! 1 I ' ' opposed vote Rno ,. Have a11 voted who wish? à t j 1 a l oe h s a 1 oe h Hvea 1 v td w owih? Hvea 1 v td w o I wish? Bave a1l voted who wfsh? thfnk in fairness to the Sponsor we better take this one $ l out of the re he' re y cord. S s not he toda and j l think she should be given full opportunity to . explain it, so ve*ll take this one out of the ' .. recora . ag4.u ! k Brie 'S Cler or ll r n: ' enate Bi 394. A Bill fo an Act to l l l amend S ns ectfo of the Industria Buildi Revenue l pg 1 l ,' od c . h r edn f h 11 Bn At TfdRaigo teB1 . j l ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representatlve Sam Wolf. 0ut of the I k eod r c r . 430.' ' i 1 clerk O'Brien: 'Senate Bill 430. A Bill for an Act to ' . I ! i amend Sections of an Act to create Sanitary l i ' .' . o . s. - ' ., . z r ....1 ..... . , I ' Districts and remove obstructfons in Des-plàinea ' l i and Illinois Rivers. Third Re he d ading of t Bil1.1 j ? G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y STATE Q#'uul o l l N s 6-6-79 HQUB/ OF REPRE>ENTATIVES ) . )ï> è3 . S : . . b d : ' 't ..ni't . : - G.t :.w ' j. =' q5: . pea er Red1 n ' ''Repr9éè 'a.ive . eziy.' k , . ; .' y fr l ea Gett : 't . Sp ker, Me er .pf;t H use. Se t ' il1 4 mb s he b . na e B 30 ' is a Bill wbtch is.id>ntical ,.. . . ic. one that was passed out by p he m e ll e the House i t for of a Bous Bi just a f w weeks ago. This would clarify to authorize payment of purchase ' orders or contracts of five thousand dollars or less. This would permit a more business-ltke handling of the sanitary districts' procedures. It is where there bas been approval of the contract by the Sanitary District, but tNis would be the paymeat that eould be made pursuant to that where it is five thousand dollars or less. It passed out by a very substantial margin. Please do not pay any attention to tHe synopsis, wbicb in error says five million dollarso I would ask for a favorable roll ' ' CZi1 @' pea S ker Redmo ' nd: 'Any discussi ? Questi is ' hall this on on S ' ' Bill pass?' Representattve Leinenweber.' î Leinenweber: 'My recollection was that thts Bill received quite a bit of adverse criticism when it went through khe us ad Ho e, a it lust s ' hrough. Is t queaked t hat correct: ' Mr. Sponsor?' ' Getty: 'No. .it's aoE my recollection at all. I don't believe it squeaked through . There vas a very substaatial misunderstanding that it was five mtllion. It's not.n ' ' Leinenweber: 'What is the figure now?' ' ' Getty: 'Five thousand.' ' teinenweber: 'And the reason behind the Bill is that the San- itary District trustees don't meet often enough , so that t they need thts authority so that they don ' have to have ' special meetings. Wasn 't that the argument7' Gett ' ie y: 'T y meet o nt nsi opr nce a no h to co der appr iatioùs G E N E R A L A SS EM B LY srA.K QF 1 L1 Q1 T' u N S 6 6 79' V l H0USE O F RFPRESENT AT1 e; à . 44. such as this. What it permits is that the Director of ' ' ' û : . nd f Ve' ; - Fi ce wou1d pay t se a . u ..t . de* . i t%ou:a 7 do1- .. . . nan . ho mo p s un h au. ' . lars w' ere it h as'been v tho rized in: th+ past' and i t... as .h J. , as ' bus t been audited and vouchered; ' uy,:.. Ja . inqss wou1d do in the normal course of :business. without having to wait n '' anotber...whatever period of time until.k ' ' ' ':' ' ' Leinenveber: 'What...?' . ' ' '...the Department, or rather,. Getty: ' until the Board of ' commisstoners would meet.' . ' î Leinenweber: 'What douthe Bo ...what do the Commissioners earn ' a FezrC' ' Speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Getty?l 1 Getty : '1...1...1 don 't kaov . That is not contained in the... . ' in the Bi11, and 1...' Leiaenweber: HAl1 right. Wells Mr. Speaker, Members of the ' ve House . 1...1 do recall this Bill, and ï' been po ...it's been pointed out to me that it got through with l0l 'aye' votes and 49 'no' votes , and it was the feeliag of many Members of the House that the Sanitary District trustees, ' who are paid a very good wage, really ought to meet and on pass . these iatters of appropriation, even though. five thousand dollars ls consïderably less than the five mil> lion indicated tn the synopsis. Nevertheléssy they are r. . responsible. They are elected officials. Thçy are re- voters of the district on-khese matters, sponsfble to the ' and there's no reasoa why the nonelected people ought to be appropriating and authorizing expenditures of funds, so I urge: as many'Members urged When tbe House Bill went through , that we vote 'no' in this Bi11.H ' Speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Getty.' Getty: appare In closings I d like to clarify y ntly Representa- tive Leinenweber didn't quite understand that, and I now have the ftgures. Twenty thousand, Representative Leinen- r . ' r s . Ti ' 'wh weber , that th ey ' e pai d, I'm adii' éd'' ' c avoid'' at I think may be a misunderstanding, the contract would al- .. ; kè.c , e.' . ; Ji.. . ' % G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6- 79 z t. ? r'-.L r> ( i q# l . . . z- ; t.. nrA *? x $ ' ,p t. . s .osI sol vxve uul s ' p sE r v s souscoFRE pa N'Aml e ' . ' ' J. !. . ' i ' % ? r '. z rk ' ' '- 45. ready have beea approved by the Sanitary District. This ; .: ; ' e c mere1y permits the ministerial'payment'ofathese ' um#'after' -)' '; . . z s ' and vouch ered , - 'itz.:'' th ey have been audited ' . pnd - '. 'xo4ld...: erpit: ' ' . ' p' ' . a: . o 'p t p y i th e Sanitary District to take advan tagé . f.. rpppt . a.m et t allovances y sav ing taxpayers mon ey , and 1. th ink ' ' t 's .: th a ' important. I'd ask for your favorable support.' ' Speaker Rediond: HRepresentative Schraeder.l ' Schraeder: 'We1l, Mr. Speaker...I...I may have mfssed sope of he ba nd o sk ues nd t de te, a I just want t a one q tiony a if Mike wants to, he can aaswer it in explaining his vote. The Digest says five millton dollars or less. Okay. ' Thaak you. Good BiI1.' k' ' Speaker Redmond: ,Que...question is ,Shall this. . . Represen- ; ' tative Robbins.' f Robbins: 'Mr. Speaker. The Bill says five million dollars or less if it's the one have on my desk. Is there an Amend ' ment to the Bi11?' ' 1 Getty : 'The synopsis is not the Bi11.' ' m ' Robbins: 'I# talking about tbe Bill that's in the Bill book.' ' s Getty : 'That' the synopsis, Sir. It's in error. Itls five ' thousaad.' ' Speaker Rédmond: 'Representative Skinner, will you help out ' ' there?' ' g. skinner:: 'I don't knov vhether I can help fem.' help out . Representative Robbins. He might be beyond help. One never can tell. Excuse me, Representative Robbins. I ke o nt would li t poi out t ve hat we ha previousfy passed a Bill that will raise the salary of the members of the ' M etropolitan Sanitary District to 25 thouàand dollars un- ! , - ' : . Vic 1eàs:they -happen to be an ,o fficer ,,in which case fb r ' e- xe E sidént t l ar hey wil e n 27 ( nd) f . hundred)s thoùsa . 1ve.( nd be ha man, 32 ( a if t y are C ir and ive ( thous ) f hundred) it appears. . Something like that. Anyway, they earn what we do me mon h aad they ' et' twice 'a ' t J . t ' eems to ' mxyb e' ' : ' 1 ' s ' àe ' ' month , and we wouldn 't need they could meet three times a ' .9 e 'i . xx c %vkc u q v ' G E N E R A L A SS EM B LY 6.6.yg F X& , i% .t , . * f. ! -x - t ) . x.>z v v u Ios . sx eos1u, ' . f 9p c 7, œ ..de . .%. '. - ' * aou olnsev sE: Aql pr ' se r ll .' . ves , . wz - q ; ') '' ' ' . 46. ' thts Bt11 .' pa mo 'h n s ' i' t é B2 -p s' : :''a0 - . . . = ; s e ker ReJ nd: 'T e questio i ' slàj1' hi ' :lr7 aé ?''r'-' .c' a ay ni .H ! .'... '.-' TlOSe iI. favor vote ' e'. opposéd voté''')'.- ' avèïa11.'i .'Fa 1 ,'; . '. z 'v8 ))9 voted who 1ish? Have a11 voted who wish? Have a1l . tèd4:?2 who wis nt Ha h? Refréi*V: h? Represe a... ve a11 voted <ho wis . : '' sentatfve Williamsv' ' Williams: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Actually, when this Bill came up, you know , in the season's Billsy I think there was a lot of confusion' 4bout it. What this does, is these Bills have already been actually approved. Now any busi- nessman here knows that you can get a discount if you pay by the tenth of one percent, two percent, or.kuor whatever that discount, you know , actually may be. When ve ques- s tioned, let' see, Andy Farenga 'that was there, we said, 'About how much could this save the taxpayers?', and it could save the taxpayers about 43 thousand dollars a year. s I don't understand the opposition to it. It' a good s Bill. It' a good Bill for a1l the taxpayers , and I!d ' like to see some more green votes up there on the Board.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: fRepresentative Conti.' Q m Conti: ' l sorry to interrupt rtght in the middle of this 3il1, but the group is leaving. We had the National Honor Society from the Mulberry Grove Hfgh School from Bond County represented by Representatives Slape, Fred... l Friedrich , and Watson. Just leavinga' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Have al1 voted who wish? Representative ' Getty to explain his vote.' Gett I' ke y: HI... d jpst lf to explain my vote. Apparently there's been a misunderstanding. It's not ffve million . I have said that on several occasions. Other provistons of the Purchasing Act limit this to five thousand dollars.. The contracts have already been approved by the Depart- ment. T y his merel per he yme s mits t pa nt after proper audii ng ng i and vouchèri of t ûd é o' i hese àmountst It imo ht i ' ri t d . . . ; hi ministe al act. I is a 'e '4n1n<s'sort of t ng. I G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 uLI S STATEo F 1 No 1 l V HQ tSE Q F REPR E%ENTATI E5 I 47. can ît understand why anybody would oppose saving the tax- ' t : - yer he pa s of t Metropolit Sa an nitar ' ' dfi y Dfstrict substa éi M' . by - amounts of moaey . permttting them to, in a very effi' . ..- : : 7: ... cient, business-like way, pay small Bills that have'alread been approved, and now the Roll Call looks a little bit ' better, and that will conclude my explanation.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Clerk will take the record. 0n this ques- 's tion there. 100 'aye' and 3...52 'nof Bill having ve recei d the Constituti ori onal Maj ty is hereby declared ' passed. Representative Griesheiner.' ' Griesheimer: 'Mr. Speaker, would you kindly check to see if ' my speak light is working up there?' . ' '' Speakér Redmond: 'Wel1 there#s...there's a light on now .î ' Grfesheimer: 'Wel1 , it.meit was...it was on before you closed i o t. I lust want t make s s rking, t ure it' wo s ' hatl a11.1 ' Speaker Redmond: 'Now push the button , Representative Grie- ' sheimer. Yeah, it works fine. A81.' & e A G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY 6-6-79 , ' :vj>.i tw ' ( 4jy L ï.';:s../) t' z.zxA * , !T a s x so . uN s v v v1 1ol u Ia , ! :'* p :l r ' xe r wztqe cp 1Eg-ssrx'x. 1: q ' 48. i clerk Lpoùe:''senate Bfll 481...7 I. ; .' ' x .? . ' . . . . :zb.. 1: ... .Jpeyker. dpond: -. 'u r; . 9' . , , . .,--. , . Re 'Re ' presentati Pullen, do you seek ve ' s '- z :' ! i;-,.: : 'xt)k :'': . j recognitionr' '- ' ' Pullen: îSame request, Mr. Speaker.' . ; e''I. . - Speaker Redmond: Hokay, you push your button and weRll see if yours works. Ye ks ah, it wor wellr : Re sve presentat 1 ' Pullen .' yI Pullen: , just t ' r range t hought it was rathe st hat you said I ' it works well when I hadû't quite pressed it yet.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'We11 it shows . /.would you like to come up 1 I ' here and see...' ' Pullen: 'I'm glad that it works. I hope it will next time ' I want to speak. Thank you.' 1 Speaker Redmond: 'We11, I can assure you that it vi11. f Representative.Reillyz' 481. Did you read the l j Bill, Mr. Clerk?n Clerk Leone: nNo... Senate Bill 481. A Bill for an Act to I ! min dentifi ion a I amend the Crf al I' cat nd nvestigation ( ) Act. Third Readfng of the Bill.H i ely Tak o I Ril: Hhn yu Mr. Speaker, Ladies and Gentlemen of the j , Rouse. Senate Bill 481 is...simply corrects a oble at d pr m th existe in the...the law. The l D I me w nf me epart nt of La E orce nt came befoze the 1 Joint Co ee n mmitt o Administrative Rules to I l l i o u g t e f u e e ln t o n pr m l a e a s t o r l s d a f g wi h h w a I i l dvda h a rmnl eod es o niiulwohsaciia rcr gt t a I l see that record 'nd some other...other technicalities' l of that sort. They were required by Federal Law o uch r t make s rules but it was not clea in State j ' Law whether they had the authority to do so or l ' I not. A1l we're doing with this Bill is making l . ! clear that they do have that authority. The j ' l Department of Law Enforcemeat supports the Bill l 1 I ' and I would ask a favorable Roll Ca11.' i . ! speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Jaffe.' ' l i . .. 7 . --N /. ,. . c E N E R A L A ssE M B t y 6.6.7g ' ? .. V .1 f- ' * xt ' à i '.-'j ï . * /j : éj . ' h .. , JW e s x .o lux ' v v e u ,os 4 E v eRx E vs 1ous oFIl > NTATI e . h . 1 , . .. z -r f zy ),? . . ,- ' .' . .' 49. . . aff ' ' .,. -x. J .': '' uld' k .dzt. e . uo 'bie c l jâman-' fd ' or' tuestion?' ' yle f a ' . . . p . s eaker e ':i'b':' v 11'9' . Re ! ) : 'He 1 dl r . ' k L : : . . ' . . . J ' : !' im'. t. Ja ffe.$.tt . ,.i' seems to me you 're really blowing ''' '...confidentialïty wide open in this -'v confiden ' thing. According to this tbing, at the present . time, under your Bill...under your Bi11, youlre going to be able to give other state ageacies I information regarding the criminal record of an individual and it doesn't even have to be...that ' I individual doesn't have'to be convicted. j A11 he has to do is be suspected or accused of a crime. ' Isn't tbat correct?' ' I l ' Reilly : HNo ...on1y...' . ' W Jaffe: ' e11...' j l R 1 eilly: ''We11, 1et me respond to the question, please. ) ' ' ' only where the tegïslature has already said they l 1 I l ve e n hat Sectio ha to do it. A11 wefr doing i t n... 2 i i you're... re adi oo h o you' re ng t muc int it. A11 1 1 re ing in t we' do on ' hat Secti is...' ' t ' j a f 0 1 'n et o . J f e: 'n y i Sc fn 7 ' I ely ' 'aig h a osset ih ah te. I Ril: 'smkn te1wcnitn wt ec ohr j If...if wefve given too much authorfty to another l 1 gL X a e C then We OU$h2 tO CUt that backzf . . l I . 1 l ' Jaffe: 'Well 1...1 would .have to differ with you because p . ! I I think the law, as it presently reads, says . 1' !N* #No information of any character relating to hall . its record s ' be g n or f nis ive ur hed said l j l ' dep tment to aay pers ar on, burea or instit ion...I u ut 1 I $ Y ou know, and now you' saying...y re I l' ' Reill ' y: ' What youC lea re ving out is that a he stat not r ute j j . . j . ly ntradi that. You ca l in anot direct co cts n ook her j l n Place i our stat ys hey ute books and it sa t l l ibst'give'the-khförmation. That's the problêm t .. , ; hat s m s and t ' a11 the proble is. That' a11 we' re 1 . ) ! ro -w w -' .' , $ >N' j .j F .qv G EN E R A L A SSE M B L Y - 6-6 79 ;Y '-%I : ') j zl* %. . i u '- u M o ' J Pj sAeFuI l S r m.: I - s 'o uo H kEOFRP EE T TVe ' ol ERSN A1 s ' . >: -' ) z ., )f - 50. ! . 1' ': :d '7'c : 'r u ' ' ' ' ' ' Jaffe: HWel1 I think mâyse the other statute ought to be .. ( . v ?- r )y -'' z.) 2 f 1 , . ,s ;'.:. :.e.. ; ..w..': .y . cha oi, his oùe because I t hgùd ând n t ' hink yourre .. . . 7 . , ' , e. . l# ieal blokidg it wldè ù : ' pen. Let me just go o he on t t ùext parag/aph. At the present time a11 an individual has to do in order to get his record is show thtt he's the person'askïng for the record. Isn't that correct? And aow you're I saying, over hère, that now the person doesnft... in addition to that. the Department shall establish l rules for sucû procedures so even if the person shows that he's Mhat individual he can't necessarily . get those records.' ' . l ' 1 Rçilly: 'Representative Jaffe, the Federal Law, as . ' j e p ö i e ' .ç ' r <, t t t e. e a t e i t a u e a h D x 1 n d, r i f . tt : z p r m n , n ' l t co h mplying wit the Federal Act, su uh i s e s c rulès. l 1 1 re of . is ' h v .' A1 we, d ng.. . in fact, t èy ha e done so.. ' 1 ' j 'l . .' Ez Jaffe: '9 t . ' . l t 1 ly: ' we' d ng... aron, y re just not l Reil ' 'A11 re oi A ou' istening i I to the answer. I made a perfectly good answer to your questioN . The Federal Law says they must to t yr haty in fact the ve done t ve hat, they' j issued rules. Al1 wet doing is clarifying theïr re l . j ï h o o o hy v o h i e u o r g t t d s . T e hae n c o c b t t doit I he 1 n ati and t y'1 be i viol on of the Federal Law ! ' if they donfte' a Jffe: ''Mr. Speaker, if I may address the Bill. You know, I i Ithink t nfle n's ans hat the Ge ma wer is really j I not sufficient because as I rea hs il s d t i B l .a 1 , a s n niiul os t h rsn fe fra a idvda ge,a tepeettm l l he e a t nt .a 1 h y a o o s ee m n t D p rme . .1 t e hve t d i d tr i e l J het soa s w her or not that per who' making the i l ! request is in fact that person and he can get 1 . those records. But here's what tbe Bill adds. 1 t 1 It says the Department shall establish rules to set i i ! G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y T : Lul % @TA. K 5F 1 No I 1 l. ) P 5 E 1 l *Qk$ CFRK RE *-TAT VE 6-6-79 ' l. .- . w ; '.z ' j $ j . '% 51. . . ; . ., , .. . .. ..-rzJ' 7 ..'.x? : . ; .J , .,. ; : . . ; .t. forth procedures , , ranzindividual to review to allow' ; ; . . $ , . . . . ' : . ' .. l 'z :. . . . ):, jr . 2 .. :. .: .. .. . ;k . ny minal recok ; ihfôr ' a cri d' ï h ' aEz6h. the De mqntpart ; x. .. ' . . ' . 4 .. .j . may nold c i g' he.iùdi uar. oncern'n t . vid l uèon ve icati /if on . . . 1 , ' . he ty of t identi of the i ndividuaït I' nk whatthi re wed really doing is wedre going much beyond the present st nd éyihg t atute a s di n' hat an in vidual does t have a right to his records merely upon showing that he isskhat individual. What we're saying is now khat the Depàrtment shall establish rules ' . and so on and qs f o orth an s up a1l sorts of d et ( l ' ! oc t road bl ks to tha indivi ma , dual gétting that infor - 1 . in to . ve s '. I' heard the Gentleman' explanation I'm l m not satisfied by it and at this time I' going to I have to vote 'no '. '' ' 1 S ' peaker'R ' epresent edmond: 'R ative Kosinski.' ' 1 1 ) Kosinski: nMr. Speaker, I' not t House S m he ponsor of this 1 Bill, Mr. Reilly is, but I' certainly in support m I ; k e sure a I thin there may be some of th mea nd k l l 1 misunders g. ly tandin Mr. Reil has repeatedl y ( I ng d shaki his hea in the negative to what Mr. Jaffe E ! was saying . If I may thr this i as Vice- ow n, i 1 '* Chairman of Judiciary 11 Commiktee, I think j Mr. Jaffe well knowsa t cli he mate in that Commitkee i ' n h e s t vi y h ih r va y, h a d t e s n i i t of t e r g t of p i c t e I estvt n ay ra f rlnl utc. sniiiyi mn aeso ciia jsie l And any Bill which can pass my Committee on a unanimous 'yes' vote, af ri ter scur lous interpretation and inspection, is okay for this General Assemszy.- - ' 1 . I p a e e m n ' y h n u t e ? e r s n a ie ê ly, A S e k r Rd o d:'n t i g fr h r R p e e t tv R i l 1 o l e' t c os ' . I ! keilly: ' well, again, z j t reit us re erate that a1 we' doi l ng l l I ! s req quired to do in part by Federal i what we' re ù I ' i a n n a t y u wn t t a eee u t L w a d i p r b o r o sa e Lw. W r j s I 1 ri he cla fking t Depart s y ment' auEhorit to do what it 9 i l G E N E R A L A SSE M BE Y uul s STATK OF I No l l ATI Ho ksE Q F REPNE*ENT' VES ' ' e ! : 52. al k or favorable r - ready has done. L as f a. .. . .. .. . 'Roll . . ' . J z. .x i:.7 .., 2pj ;)c .. . .. f ..,,. , .$;.v(.t$t,; .... .: . . x1$. . ' ., 'h .zt : , ' . .; dt . ? , - . , .. ..:: ..t(, L: . à . .2 ' ?: .';', .c;1)q :'..(u.. ..; . ' ' . : ' ? .. .. : . , ' Speaker Redmond: 'The question is, shall this Bill pass?' ; J . .,' aye Those in favor vote ' ' opposed vote ' '.no Have all voted who wish? The Clerk will take the record. On this question khere's l26 'aye', 10 'no'. And the Bill, having received the Constitutional Maj y, orit is hereby declared passed. ' Representative Dipbima at the podium.' ' Diprima: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and Gentlemen he y' y of t Hou4e, toda is a iapp day in the eyes s of khe veterans. First of all, it' the 25th Anniversary...30*h...30th year sinée the Normandy Invasion...35 years. And I was Ehere and I don'k even know. And I saw that picture last To night of Audi Murphy , ' Hell and Back', what a terbific pickure. I had seen it before and wefre py hat at pr hap t the United St es Su eme Court rendered of a decision, 7 to 2 in favor ' retaining veteranls prefere cl k nce and de ared i as being Constltutional. And wedre honored today with the present...presence of our State Commander of the American Legion to say-..give a few remarks, Norman Beeble, State Commànder cf the Ameri ono' can Legi ' ' Norman Beeble: 'Thank you. Ik's an honor to be given this personal privilege of addressing this astute n f the l67 t Body. o behalf o t housànd members of the American Legion 60 some thousand momhers of . the American Legion Auxiliary, I want to thank you Members for the wonderful record that you have on veteran's legislation. Illinois is proud of What the Legislature has done for its veterans . and what it is doing in behalf of the Vietnam era veterans, who we seem to have forgotten. I G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY E u N S STAT' Q F I ul Qi > V Ho uSE (F aE@REslMTATI Es 1 53. * . v: '' > Want to again thank you for this privilegelof '. ' ' . : '. ' :..- () : ï ' ( 'L; . r ;r k: '- 2 - :ç :' . y hanking you f al1 you have ' fé: L'' 2: L' ' Personall t or din A Y .' 1 Thank you .1 . - ' ':. . . ' 'ï : '- ' .'... .' . ' Diprima: 'Thank you, Commander Beeble. Now we have Frank ' 'or M & , S-nl Vice Commander for the Department ' of Illinois, the Veteranà of Foreign Wars, Whodll ' be Commander in the ensuing year. Frank Rice .' ' Frank Rice: 'In behalf of the Veterans of Foreign Wars we wish tovthank each and every one of you that ve d d d ha sùpporte us an your recor isz.. I have to make a report come June the 24th and that report y atisfied wi the kill be Ehat we are ver s th . :J' . . way that you people in the Legislature have ' been kind to us and we deeply appreciate it and . it will be made part of our record. And this ' present term of the Legislature, we thank you ' Diprima: 'Thank you Commandw.. ' Mr. Speakere' . ' ' Speaker Redmond: '635.' ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 635. A Bill for and Act to amend ' the Illinois Banking Act. Third Reading of the . ' Bi11.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative McBroom. McBroom . Out of the record. 653.'' ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 653. A Bill for an Act to amend ' the School Code . Third Reading of the Bi1l.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Friedlando' ' Friedland: 'Thank you, Mr. Speakerz Ladies and Gentlemen . of the House. Senate Bill 653 would provide that elementary school distbicts pay thêir proportion ate share for the respective township treasurers serving these districts. It passed the Committee ' 19 to 0. I urge your favorable support.' ' Speaker Redm6nd: 'Any discussion? The question is, shall this . .. -x ;. k-w . . ' , :w krjz jy e ;) Ij: q ' . c E N E R A L A ssE M B L Y -- 7 D k k 1 n' ; ' ' / '*n 1 L tJY'* v v e u tos s x 'o tu- t s I 7 ' j +*/ . ' y uEoFy@EEIATM s l s 'Ensp 1' o . T E .. .. ..... . .. 1 Y N 54. ' Bill pass? Those in favor vote 'aye', opposed vote 'L: '' 'no '. who.' ' . Have a11 voted who wish? Have all voted . . . .. ,4 ; j :.: c( &-:. wish? The Clerk will take the record. On this no question 138 'aye' and l ' '. The Bill, having received the Constitutional Majority, is hereby ' declared passed. 658. Representative Abramson.' Clerk O' l Brien: 'senateBill 658. A Bill for an Act to amend an Act to license and regulate the keeping and letting of safe deposit boxes. Thïrd Reading ' of the Bil1.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Abramson. Out of the record . l ' . 69i*1 ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 681. A Bill for an Act to amend the Illinois Savings and Loan Act. Third Reading ' of the Bil1.' ' ' Speaker Redmond : 'Representative Eriedland .' ' , Friedland: 'Thank you, Mr . Speaker' Ladies and Gentlemen of the House. Senate Bill 68l would provide that ... amend the Savings and Loan Act to permit a 5%. late fee on mortgage payments. It brings it into conformity with the Banking Act and Resale d Installment Sales Act and I' urge your favorable ' consideration.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Is there any discussion? The question ' ks, shall this... Representative Getty.' ' Getty: 'Would the Gentleman yield? 1... Do I understand ha that khis is 60% per year, l t t the... ate charges? s That' 5% for a month. That would amount to 60% ' per yeara' ' Friedland: 'S% per month , as is .existing 1aw for other types ' of institutionso' Get We1l 1.. just think t ty: ' .1 .' hato. l -.- ' Friedland: 'Only on late payments. If youbre... ' , a, you.know .' , - . ' Getty : 'Still at the rate of 60% per annum. I dan 't know of we anykhing where we... have a rate of 60% per annum G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y T T u l s S A. E 1 Fl ulhQ 1 f l î ' r I '. .* 55 : . authorized elsewhere.in the usury statutes.' r ' .: . V..: ..' . ; . .j . Friedland: 'Yes it is, Mr. Speaker and Ladies and Gentlemen , ' ' . .. . ! :. t . this is authorized in the Banking Act, the ' càlq I kall nt Sales Ac a would pe Reé ns me t nd rmit ' ' only on late payments, a 5% penalty payment.' ' Getty: 'Well it would appear to me that maybe we ought to amend a1l of those Acts. Iz for one , I don 't ' think I'm going to support a 60% per annum . ' interest rate on anything.' . ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any further discussion? The question is, ' : . . .' - ' shall this Bill pass? Those in favor votè ' 'aye', opposed vote fno'. Have all voted who wish? Re vé presehtati Beatt l #.h . t : :1 ' . ' Beatty: 'We1l, I don't think I have to explain my vote. ' Appa he mb rently t ke ers have heard. This Bill - hurts poor peopleg people who can't get their , D money together to pay their mortgage . A 5% y penalt a mo s k t nth i just too much. I thin i ' should be defeated , as apparently it is being.'. @ ' . Speaker Redmond: 'Have all voted who wish? ! , . ' Representative Friedland.' Eriedland: 'Thank y ' ou, Mr. S nd nd peaker a Ladies a dentlemen of the House. You know if youdre late at the 'lahqz you miss the train airport you miss the p . and if you#re late with your installments you àhould be penalized because it provides for ' additi or e onal Work f th institutions. This is already existing law affecting banks and other finaneial institutions and this only affects or the mutually owned... excuse me , the stock ,G wj . . owned savings and loan associations. It brings it into conformity and I would urge your favorable ' ' cpnsideration-' ) $ ' Speaker Redmond: 'Have a11 voted who Wish? The Clerk will take the record. On this question-..Represen- . '. .. .' w .. --px . ' 6.6-79 - . J ' k % G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y r ,:; z. '. 7 z-. h ?? , g, '. u,os ;'.o,,ux . . ' , '.. ,' 1 ., b/ .-- ' è - , %) !%-. v vsssss-s o o psx,s - . asss- . ! . ? ' q rF 56. :. F ,. , 2 ' 1..; ' ative Frie ihd'' On't '' Ei ' 're' 49 .t dl '< hist ues on' ê è' k th a ' '' no' L ye' and 7s'' Rèpr ' esenkative Friedland.' Friedla ' nd: 'Postpone Uonside âon. C d I poll th d rat oul e ' ' absentees, Mr. Speaker.' ' Speaker Redmond : 'The Gentleman requests a poll of the absentees. He adds 37 to... Representative ' Conti.' ' Conki: 'Mr. Speaker, is to to late to give..oto speak ' on the Bill now?' ' t' Go ' Speaker Redmond: 'I don I know. ' ahead o' ' Conti: 'Well, Mr. Speaker and Ladïes ;nd Gentlemen of he u E ' t House, when yo ùit i with 60 percent per annum I can understand why all those red ' votes are up there. Now the same people that are s he ihe n creaming about t red l u i g districts in khe City of Chicago and these areas that are depressed areas, al1 this does is add frcm 24% ' to 60%'on late payments only. So these s nd p qu avings a loans ca: kee up with their li idity. I can't see what everybody is getting excited about this bill for. This is only on late payments, only. It's not a 60% per annum increase. There are now paying 24% per annum if youere late every month. You have to be late every month for that 60%. I can 't see what everybody is getting excited about this Bill for. They want the savings and loans to remain liquid, they have to retain s I think it' 7% liquidity. They have ko be concerned about whether they can make mortgages in these depressed areas and then we will not give them the right to at least absorb the costs of these late paymeùts in some of these areas that. t have e goWIEHd* J ' delinquenk mortgages.' Speaker Redmond: HRepresentative Madigan. Represeptative ' Daniels . Dariels.' + - kv ûw ' ' . 6.6-79 : ' & . A 2. 1 G E N E R A L A SSEM B L Y , . u p . / e 12. ' 1 t j r,a... 1 ' , . 'ù 1, . t ,y : . ' m o 'u l sx e ,u,os r tIE Ho.l o F I s REPRESE-YA'IvEs ' T ' ' - .- .. : .: k...ir: t ..7 j. 't.. . . ' ni ' Spea Da els: 'Mr. Ladi y e ker,, el. nd Gentl men of the House, rs ; . nk t t l t na fi t of :11/ 1' hi m ha unfortu tely, the l dn' qyiw#no Bil di t h o ugh debate E begin with. rur analysis youRll find that If you look at : i presently, under current law, 2% late charge 's acceptable except in cases where it's predicated u/on a members mb hip s hip vote or a me ers hare in h s his whic case it' then 5%. What t Bilï does is, ik makes it uniform. Now keep in mind one thing, that what we're dealing with is your own money. This is money that 's deposited in the S and L's and I think we ought to give the'Sponsor enough votes to at minimum puk it an Postponed Consideration although I do favor the Bill and think we ought to pass it. Buk let's put it at least on Postponed ' so we can go further wikh it.' ' Speaker Rédmond: 'Representative Mautino. I think we better dump this Roll Call. The question is, shall this Bill pass? Those in favor vote 'aye', ' opposed vote 'no'. Have all voted who wish? Have all voted Wh: wish? The Clerk..oRepresen- ' tative Waddell, for what purpose do you rige?' ' Waddell: 'Mr. Speaker and Ladies and Gentlemen of the ù. n House, t explai my vo t tep .hig is' dy . alkèa ' / in la l re ng w. A1 youf dging is putti one more ' category in the same wayv' ' speaker Redmond: 'Havç al1 voted Who wish? Representative ' Collinsg' ' Collins: ' . Mr. Speaker, 1...1 can't understand the reluctance aye to vote an ' ' on this,Bill. As Representative Waddell and RepresentaEive Daniels pointed out, this is already,thqI law,if, thq loan is predicated ' ' ' '' on a membership vote . If the law reads that it may not exceed 5%. The other...the other portion y -rqr v zz x 6- 6-7 9 . % t l,k . t-.k?:c. G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y ; N!a j '' zs I .:?y t m . su, s u s. so I'soi ' ' .. . . .. L ;- ' : *1 o 7,' . .f - r Fa e 2 s Tv HoU5s o. ' E RE ENTA 1 Es I .x ' ' 58. . .. :. ; v ' . &k'' - ;; . .. .. ' f. . .; : e - 1 .:.,;lfr' ' w ' y of the 1a. cu<rentl r:ltricts the charge to 2% . -' J . J2e*J ,r;...'. . )J'. - . . ..... .(.: 'q ' . t' (.-. .. G . * . w he re7stri.. pg'thç l#ng ...:.thak and no t. y' ïu...7:... '.a... . .:;,. :: .geL. . I . 7. %. .. . v . . . L. . yi.z . . . pa- , . :. - .. referred to e#rlier : - )j ..-making zt J 2and ' ; .- . a uniform :è : '..-. c -'. Z . .. - . Lu: ... : 7 . t 5% lake charge . I can ' see anything wrong, as a matter of fact, I think this is good legislation . . : to put-enough votes u and I would urge the Membership ' ' ' there to pass this Bil1.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Sam Wolf.' ' Wolf: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker. To add ko what Representative Conti has already said, I think you'll find that khe Veteran's Administration is already charging t 4% on late paymenks. So I don' see anything ' unaligned about this Bill at a1l.' r 'H' Speake' Redmond: ' ave a11 voted who wish? The Clerk will take the record. On this question tbere's 'no ' 82 îaye' and 57 . '. Representative Friedland.' ' ' Friedland : 'Poll khe absentees.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'The Gentleman has requested a poll ,of ' the absentees.' kL .' ? * E. ekr Cler Leone: l My:Barnes, #opc !Bower. Cappa ' ': ' relli, ' ' ' Davis.'Dyèr.'Ewell.' ' ' ' ''. ' Speaker Redmond: lRepresentative Davis, for what purpose do you rise? Record the Gentleman as f ' aye'.' Clerk Leone: 'Farl mis ey. dar a. Hanahan. Keane. Kent. Klosak . Kornowicz. Kozubowski. Kucharski. ' Laurino. McAuliffe.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Kornowicz, for whak purpose aye ' do you rise? Record the Gentleman as ' 'o' ' Clerk Leone: ' ' McGrew. Oblinger. Preston. Schisler.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Preston , ' ' no'. Proceed.' ' ' Clerk Leone: 'Stearney. Terzich and Younge.' ' f Speaker Redmond: lWhat is the count? Representative Meyer.' ' Meyer: 'Please record me as ' ' aye', Mr. Speaker.' ' Speaker Redmond: fRecord Representative Meyer as îayè'. Represenkative Flinn as 'aye'. What's the count, G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y 6-6-79 u N 5 STATE oF 1 L1 QI :< ' l 'u ' -rL1 œ op oR*nX<Fw+AY1 >< z i . , z ' r . . a . . v . ,. 59. . . .. .. . . : . .1. . . . a. .f ' : a..6 7 . ... ;. '* sentakive . llock, ' aye'. there's 86 'aye'C Repre' , . .Ha.. g ' . . y l -' '' :::. -& ''. ; q. 't .. . J ' : :'. . -.' Representakive Jaffe. Jdffq.1:'''-:.i L'- ,.:..n.. . -- . . . '.. ' Jaffe: ' r, Mr. Speake if this gets 89 I-wouldtre ' : quést . ' ' a verificakion.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any further? On this question, what is it# Mr. Clerk? On this question there's 87 'aye', ' 55 'nol. Representàtive Johnson.' ' Johnson : 'change my ' ' present' voEe to 'yesp.' pe S aker Re ' ns ' es ' diond: 'Jöh on is yesl Repr enkative Boucek.' ' Boucek: 'Record me as ' ' aye', please.' 'f Speaker Redmond: ' Aye' on Boucek. Representative Harrington. ' Oblinger..w' ' Oblinger : @Aye.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Oblinger, 'aye'. 90. Representative Bower 'aye'. Now what's the count? 101 'ayeï, Thak's whak he tells me. 91 'aye'. We're going to have to have a computer on the Clerk here. 91 'aye' and 57 'no'. Is that correct? Represen- tative Jaffe. Representative Jaffe has requested ri on he a ve ficati 6f * Affir ve Cler . mati Roll Call.#i.' ' ' Clerk Leone: 'Abramson. Bell. Bianco. Birkinbine. Bluthardt. Boucek. Bower. Brummer. Campbell. Capuzi. Christensen. Collins. Conti. Daniels. v Davis. 'Deuske . Dipri va ma. Dono n. Doyle. Ralph Dunn. Epton. Ewing. Flinn. Eriedland. Friedrich. Gaines. Goodwin. Griesheimer. Hallock. Hallstrom. Hoffman. Hoxsey . Hudson. Huskey. Johnson. Dave Jones. Kelly. Kempiners. Kornowicz. Kulas. Leinenweber. Leon. Leverenz. Macdonald: Madigan . Mahar. Margalus. Matula. Mautino. McBroom. Mccourt. Meyer. Molloy . Murphy. Oblinger. Pechous. Pi*l. Pierce. Polk. Pullen. Reilly. Rigney. Ronan . Ropp. Ryan. Sandquist. Schlickman . Sehoeberlèin. L' (L-'Z. v ' ' , .w qv.177z. cj2.' 7 Mt :.. G E N E R A L A S SEM B LY 6-6.79 ' ,Y'a i ( ô- l i 1 'y' ' ; + . - j ,r. . s sA''rlua l r r o u los * 60. Schraeder. Si nez. mms. skin z stakleyf 7E'G''stéd1êb. '. 9. . . '' . , '' .. ..: l rrùefk.' Stuff1e. Slmner. Swanstrom . Totten. 'i ' f . '' . Vinson. Vitek. Von Boeckman. Waddèll. 'WàtàUh.- ..' Wikoff. Williams. Winchester. J. J. Wolf. ' Sam Wolf. Woodyard and Mr. Speaker.' ' . Speaker Redmond: 'Any questions of the Affirmative Ro1l'Call? ' Represenkative Jaffe. Representative Ackerman.' ' Ackerman: 'From ' ' no' to 'aye d.' ' Speaker Redmond : 'Change Repreqentative Ackerman from 'no' ' to 'aye'. Representative Stiehl.' ' Stiehl: 'Thank you , Mr. Speaker, could I have permission ' to be verified, please?' Speaker Redmond: HCould the Lady have permission to be v verified?'' Representative Griesheimer , is your ' light flashing?' ' . Griesheimer: 'Mr. Speaker, what's the count as-we begin... - ' Is it 91...î ' Speaker Redmond : 192 ' ' ayes'.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Okay. Abramson.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Represenkative Abramson here? Yes, ' he's over in his seat.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Bluthardt.' 'Who ' Speaker Redmond : ' .' ' Jaffe : Bluthàrdt.' Speaker Redmond : NBluthardt here? He's got Joseph's ' coat on back there.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Brnmmer.' ' î Speaker Redmond: 'Brummer . Hels hereeî ' ' Jaffq: 'Gaines.' Speaker Redmond: 'Gaines. Represen ve tati Gaines. I just saw him a minute ago. Is Representative Gaines . in the èhamber? How is he recorded? Representative ' Anderson .' ' ' Anderson: 'Change me to 'aye', please.' > Jz>. (,4&(; . fy..-e. G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y . , %jx j -g ' $ s .veo,1u.ot v . : .u ,1 s 6. ..6-69 . / . ï ) 6l. ' speaker Redmond: 'Change Representative Anderson from 'nö'' ' .y' k) . ) ; ;j'. ' to 'aye'. Representative Klosak. Klosak.' - ' ' Jaffe: 'Wéll, Mr. Speaker/ did we take off Representativ: ' Gaines?' ' ' speaker Redmond: ' t Well 1...1...1 will. I haven' done it yet but I will. He's not here but Representative Klosak seeks recognition and I didn't know... He désires to be recorded as laye '. Now, is Representative Gaines here? Take him off the ' Roll Ca1l.' ' ' Jaffe : 'Donovan .' ' s ' Speaker Redmond: 'He ' here.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Doy1e.' Speaker Redmond: H n Doyle is i his s ve eat, as e r/' ' ' Jaffe: 'Goodwino' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Who was khat?' ' Jaffe: 'Goodwin.n ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'He's in khe backo' ' ' Jaffe: 'Kornokicz.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Kornokicz here? Representative Kotnowicz. ' Remove him from the Roll Call. He changed from... requested to be put on thé Roll Call. Yeah , he ' comes off.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Okay. Hudsono' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Who?' ' ' Jaffe: 'Hudsono' ' speaker Redmond : nRepresentative Hudson is here.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Kelly.' ' f Speaker Redmond: 'How is Kelly recorded?' ' ' Clerk Leone: 'The Gentleman is recorded as voting 'aye'e' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Remové him.' 'Ke ' Jaffe: ' m#iners.f ' Speaker Redmond : 'Kempiners is in the aisle. Former ' Memberoa.former Representative Edgare' /w- k u. 6-6-79 s amwe p j s ' G E N E R A L A ssE M B L Y J; z' ,- 1 i 'ij-t6. 2 n:2;) .'j w-- tk -- Lz , z v v , u,os sx'o ,us l q K r / l2 ' z .'' f ' / . . 62, ' ' Jaffe : 'Leverenz.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'He'é back khere.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Pardon.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Hels back there.' ' Jaffe: ' ' Mautino.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Mautino here? Yes, he's talking to ' Represenkakive Lechowicz.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Macdonaldo' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Macdonald. She's here. Representakive Kelly has returned, return... put him back on khe ' Roll Ca1l.' ' ' ' ' Jaffe: 'Madiganw' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Madigan. How is he ' recorded?' ' ' Clerk Leone: 'The Gentleman is recorded as voting 'ayeî.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'He was here at the time khe vote was . . t. y . ridge.' Cas He Went b me With a.. por ' ' Jaffe: ' ' Well he's not here.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Madigan. Remove him.' ' Jaffe: 'McGrew.e ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Who was that?' ' ' Jaffe: 'McGrew.l ' ' Speaker Redmondl 'Remove Representative McGrew.' ' ' Jaffe : 'Murphy .' f ' Speaker Redmond : 'Murphy is here.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Piercem' ' ' Speaker Reamnnd : 'Pierce. Remove Pierce.' ' '' Jaffe: 'Pullen.' ' ' speaker Redmond : 'Pullen. She's in hèr seat back there.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Skinnero' ' s speaker Redmond: 'Skinner? 'He' right here. He's arranging for ' ' j a booking.j ' ' Jaffe : 'Von Boeckman .' . f s v IHe # here .l G E N E R A L A SSE M B E Y . 6-6-79 uL1 s STATE OF I -Q I J EPRESENTATI 15 HQ$sl QF R' V 63. . ' . Ih . . ' ' éi . r-' 'Jaffp:. ' ncùeste ' j ' ' ' .- R l èhqsker is here. He ' kal g over Wif . . speaker .edmohd: l l s kin . - . j r. . : : ''. 1the ' ' buéiness of southern Illinois.' ' ' Jaffe: 'Schlickman.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Schlickman is in the back.î ' î Jaffe: 'Woodvard.î ' ' Speaker Redmondr 'Who?' ' ' Jaffe: 'Woodyard.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Oh , Woodyard. Representative Woodyard here? ' How is he recordedz' ' '' Clerk Leone: 'The Gentleman is recorded as voting 'aye'.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Remove him.' ' speaker, what's our count now?' Jaffè: 'Mr ti ' ' s ' Speaker Redmond: 'What' the count?s Representakive Ebbesen, ' for what purpose do you rise?' ' Ebbesen: 'Mr. Speakevz would you change my vote from 'no ' l kO 'ayell' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Represenkative Ebbesen desires to be recorded as 'aye'. That's 90. Is that carrect? Any further queàtions? On this question there's 90 Iaye' and how many 'no f? 52'1Y 1. And the Bill, having received the Constitutional Majority, is hereby declared passed . Turn the podium over ' ko Representative Dunn.' ' Dunn: 'Mr . Speaker and Ladies and Genklemen of khe Housez I have a distinct privilege today. It is my privilege to present to you one of our constituents form the 51st Legislative District, éd na m opp, Re es represent by Se tor Ji R pr entative Tim Donovan and Representative Weber Borchers.' We really wanted ko make this presentation t aus oday bec e we know that none of you really have any keason % believe, and I know you doh't believe that there are any handsome , good looking, - 7. . -x o Ex E R A L x ss EM B tv ' 'c,7t.sw . sy v - 4j 6. l z. k - , 6 y - -6- q 2 .@ : ' .* l '.. v m u los s A soe'us l / : Nge o s F l- sa A le s uao aexem mvs i S l ? ' 64. m d ike you t meet three ofêéhe today. I' l meet ' . o . . . -' t. . . . k '11 inéïé. ;: , : na f ' .z' ''':â# onaz Tee ger, christi simpson Miy: ' . . . . . .. . e . op fr Tayl . ' .. : 'l '' prvflfé= -: o Give her a hand, please. And he' with él -E s has' nd f oday her mokher a her father, Betty and Bob simpsoq of Taylorville. Miss ' noi l na ' Illi s Natioda Tee ger.' ris mps Tha nd mbers of Ch tie Si on: ' nk yöu. Mr. speaker a Me the House: I would like to say that I feel proud and privileged to represent Illinois in the Miss National Teenager Padgeant in August in Aklanta , ' Georgi#. I would like to read to youzthe Miss National Teenager Creed. Being a Miss Nationél Teenager finalist offers a contestant the opportunity to put her dreams to work . Dreams of new friendships that will make her life richer, dreams of learning and understanding that will brighken her horizons, dreams of playing a greater part in her community and dreams of making her life more valuable to herself, her family and friends. I think that Illinois is a great state and we have been represented by some great leaders. I would like to tell you that when I'go to Atlanta, Georgia I will try my very best to bring home the national title . And whether I win the title or not theylre going m to know Illinois was there because I' going to ll ve ' /ive it a I' got.' ' ' Dunn: 'Thank you very much , Miss Illinois National Teenagero' ' ' Speaker Redmond: '733.' ' Clerk Leone : 'Senate Bill 733. A Bill for an Act to amend the Savings and Loan Act. Third Reading of ' the Bi11.' l ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Friedland.' ' ' Friedland: 'Thank you, Mr. Speakery Ladies and Gentlemen ' ' Amendment ta the G EN E R A L A S SE M B L Y 6-6-79 0 u .N S svATE7 F l tI QI l : V HQ kSE <F REPREsENTATI E9 , - , j z l ï 7 65 . Savings and Loan which pvovides the game liability . .::L - . . 7 : . . .. . ' '; ha k ss ps for s reholders of stoc a ocia#io khat has : ) * î.' J1 .!. . : ;. - 1 .-'.:. '' =.'.. ' ,i : -' . t J . . ê% 7 . ' . long been provided for owners-of bank stock. J' 7. - p : ) ' lL ' * '::J? '. . : . . C . ' s g It' an updatin Aépzd d ge m#nt and I' ur your ' favorable consideration.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Any discussion? The question is, shall aye khis Bill pass? Those in favor vote ' ', opposed voke 'no '. Have all voted who wish? Have all voted who wish? The Clerk will take the record. On this question there's 121 laye ' and l 'nof. And the Bill, having received the Constikuti or onal Maj ity, is h ar ereby decl ed passed. ' 340. Representative Bradley. 340.' ' Clerk Leone: 'Senate Bill 340. A Bill for an Act to amend a Section of an Act to provide for the expenses of the Secretary of State. Thfrd Reading of ' the Bi1l.' ' f Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Bradleyol ' Bradley : 'Yes, Mr. Speaker and Ladies and Gentlemen of the House, what SenateBill 340 does is the Secretary e lkn y ys m of Skate and th Il ois Librar S te is eligible for an additional 3 iillion dollars of Fed s eraî Funds, thatl one part of it. And there is also a supplemental appropriation of 475 thousand from the Road Fund and 10 thousand dollars from the General Revenue Fund to be used to return refunds to.Illinois residents who for one reason or another overpaid on their automobile license plates. Part of it was due...the confusion , ' was due to the new system that we're now using . in.the Illinois in our license plates. Some people appliede.mor they didn't get a plate in October or November and they applied for another d one. We ' like to refund the dollars they have mi co ng back to t s hem. That' just what Senate Bill 34 G E N E R A L A SSE M B L Y T 0 u N S S #TE' F I L1 Q l 6-6-79 l A V HO t5K QF R?PR?SENT' Tl Es < J '/ ; 66. Speaker Redmond: œ queati ..' czf: hqlk ,t.y.Bi11,.u.'...?:t j .y( The ts,au .S ig. s....z + u. ; M.u....:#s.:ye . ..z . qn .. . . .l thi ' u ' . ) q c .. s . u . k - p . . ;a .- : . . . . ,) .. . $ ) . . y hos in or ..... ' . . . pos : ..t (: ' ' . . ' ' éd qtq :nof. 7 T e' fav vote I aye-, pp . cv' i t' 'J . ...; . L : u. .z . ' ' . . ve k ':.all'v ,ëz. kho' Ha all voted who wish? ,a/e;' gu'l! ok.: : ' r' z . . ' . 2' . - . S . ' c q /iéh? ; . . '. '. . *' ' . ,. . .; ti The Clerk will kake the rqcord:.;.Onn#.; - . . z. p; hys question therels l46 'aye' and 4 'no'. The âilly having re na ceived the Cbnstitutio l Majobity, is hereby declared pass nou ementà. R ed. An nc epresenèatlve ' Campbello' ' Campbell: 'Mr. Speaker, we have a young Page here who has t soup for somebody and he doesn ' know who belongs to.' it ' ' ' ' Speaker Redmond : 'Senator Knuppel wants it.' ' Campbell: ' 'soup?' Who wanted thîà side obder of' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Some of *he press go down there and get ' the soup? Representative Giorgi.' ' Giorgi: 'Mr. Speaker , for khe purpose of an announcement. Up in the lefk gallery here afe the pupils of St. Pauls Lutheran School of Rockford . Represented by Representative Simms, Hallock and Giorgi. Up ' here in khe left...' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Who was that last name?l ' ' Giorgi: 'Simms, Hallock and Giorgi.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Okay. In order... Okay, Agreed Resolutions. ' Clerk Leone: 'House Resolution 337, Wikoff. 338, Polk. 339, Hallstrom - Mccourt. 340, Madigan - Beatty - Kucharski. 341, Jaffe - Telcser - Cullerton - Marovitz. And Senate Joint Resolution 54, Pouncey - l Harris.f ' ' speaker Redmondl 'Aepresentative Giorgi.' ' Giorgi: 'Mr. Speaker , House Resolution 337 by Wikoff honors Professor VonFelder. 338 by Polk , Lieukenant John Weiss of Rock Island. 339 by Hallstrom , Lynn ... n ' . 4 Mary Lyn Garret%. . .3 .0 by M#.igar,.EdqM . Hs,. -... . v d l f d . . -. .q, . Moosecross of Notre Dàme. 34l by Jaffe honors ' Harry s. seige1. 342 by Kempiners honors a colleague - a 4 3.v1k .- . V ) <. . & ' G EN E R A L A S SE M B L Y 6-6-t9 .1 yh.. t y . ;' '' ' '7s.'j ' L.,. t >4 l 9; . ,c 't . z ! ic . ' v . . u so s s gxz og j uI$ I o s sa s a xr s k s u soea e a s v -v s 67 . . . ' è oué of ours. M d'H e Joint R oku. na i è , ; gr' $ A s i 2 C - iz es k Sq te'coihtA')' -n.rh ' . ').. :.à.' . Resolution 54 asks for a Marine Corp.Davrard.( ''.l: .., . i ve or I mo f the a h ip.; . d t slitiqik:?c 1.z' doption of the Agkeë ieë ï i.rl.. .)': ,:s .. . . . kr d ' cus spea e Redmon ;' M y dis siona T questi .s ôn tl F.:' ':- he onri è' :t i :: .. ma s on he Gentle nl moki for t adoption of the Xgre ed Resolutions. Those in favor say 'ayeeidaye', opposed lno'. The 'ayes' have it, the motion d ns carries, the Agree Resolutio are adopted. ' Representative Griesheimer.' ' Griésheimer: lThank you, Mr. Speaker. I would request the House ko suspend the Posting Rule for House... ll d o Senake Bi 1117. It was assigne to the wr :. Committee and posked for that Committee. We've checked with'the Leadership on both sides. It's been reass o igned t Environment and Naiural Resources. Itls a deparkmental Bill and we'd q like to have'it heard and we therefore bequest ' a suspension of the Posting Rulese' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'You have discussed it with the Leadership ' ' on b0th sides, is that correct?' ' Griesheimer: 'The Chairman, Mr. Mcclain has done this and ' I've checked it vith our side.' Q ' Speaker Redmond: 'Okay. Does the Gentleman have leave? Hearing no objecti na on, u nimous c nt onse it ' accorded . Representative Ewing s' ' Ewing: 1Mr...Mr. Speaker: Ladies and Gentlemen of the House, d I' àlso move for leave to suspend the Posking ' Rule on Senate âill 1294. This Bill was originally assigned to Counties and Townships. It has been reassigned to Revenue. It's part of a package ve of Bills that V 1l be heard today. I' checked ' with the Leadership.' pea S ker Red ' here a objecti .What.ommi mond: 'Is t ny on?. is.- c ttee. z ' it , Mr. Ewing?' ' Ewing : 'Revenue.n .. . Q. . k. . -. . -. . . , 6-6-79 t .' e .< G E N E R A L A SSE M B LY I xr- ? l v:! %' ' v. Jf 'A ) k.-; ' , % -p * e . l = r' %Ar oru. cs '.e ''kN' ' ap R ea vs yous o e a ;ss : vxrl e ( 9 , . ; ï / ' % I .' ' 6 8. ' .. - .. ; q :. ' . . S ke Red d : ' pea r mon e Com ti ' v z 'tll è : ! Revenu : miktee. Represë/fà vft/ierèb k'y ': 7 l : û i i : ,1 2J l ' '?ï'I % nods Consent. He haS knanimous Consent, the ..' ' .'''TV - .. . r l k z . . . . .- ' - .- . . . ' ( o ig u e s u p n e n u t r n o n e n à C.J j' P st n R l i s s e d d. A y f r he a n u c me t X.'. ' ' Representative Yourell.' . . ' . . ' . .ê ï. ' Yourell: 'Mr. Speaker, I would ask leave to waive the ' appropriate rules... ng o posti Rule, y that Senate . Bill 1025 and 402 can be heard in Counties and ' . - # Townships today. It's my understanding that the ons d y Sp ors have contacte the Majorit and the Minority ' Leaders and there was no opposition.' ke Spea r Red Is he ny bj ' mond: ' t re a o ectiop? Hearing no ' ecti ve s nted. Repr obj on, lea i gra esentative Grei e ll han, ther wi be a Ruleé C eti omliktee me ng for 5 minutes i ly dj me mmediate after a ourn nt. 'ttee, Speaker's Office. It will take Rules Commn abouk 5 minutes, immedi y nme atel after adjour nt. That rule is suspended pursuant to Representative s ' Yourell' request. Representative Farley .' ' ' Farley : 'Yes, Mr. Speaker, I'd ask that khe Posting Rule be suspended for Senate Bill 123 so that we can hear it in our Labor and Commerce Committee tommorrow. ' It was posted today for Judiciary buk it was reassigned so I would ask for the ' suspension of the appropriate rule.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Represenkative Farley, I was distracted, ' what was your motion?' ' ' arl f wou k he ng e us F ey: 'z' ld as that t Posti Rules b s pended so that I could post Senate ôill l23 in Labor and ' Commerce.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Does he have unanimous consent? Representati e ' Schlickman o' ' ' ' Schlickman: 'Would the Sponsor yield?' ' -' - ' '' Speaker Redmond: 'He will.' ' ' - .'. '.' ..-'< ' . ' ' ..h.. '.-''''k ' -- ' Schlickman: 'This Bill has not been posted for hearing that correct?' previously, ià l ' y . x i.z.lA -. - : -t e ' i.x pa'; /n frl. . G ENER AL ASSEM BLY 6-6-79 l-x'-it p ' . .. . - ... . - sx eo .us , m v eu,os . > 5j* . ;:t/ ,. 6' ! . . . i z kpv zl .l - .yous oeFelcs h'Arvss w r- ' j ' .1 sz. z I 434 !3 1; 56 ;2 . ' 3 ' ' ' Speaker Redmond: fRepresentative Farley.l ' #.'s.. ' ) , - $ :. . : -r..*-j'..e .. .. .l#2' n ;J< ''.--:'x ' ...... . ''. u! ... . . % ..- : : . 1 . . ' . .' .. . .. . t < ...J: . b . . '. .. . ' . ' ' 1:' . ! 4war 'à .'. zr' ''à$ k:.é*J:j x Y ' lu . . ey: I t1 . ted or . Farl fThis B:1 was pos f Judiciar I t y oday but '' . - ' , .: . . . ; : .. . . : . . . . . r. . ., ' i. . . it was reassigned. Itls on page 11 of the Calendar.' . - : t : . . . . : i't.. .i ' '' ) -'.; .: t . . . . ,: . .' . . ': ! ' Ik was reassigned.' . . j :. . . :. .. . ' . ' ' Schlickman : 'Thank you very much.' ' ' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representative Kaneo' ' Kane: 'The Committee on State Government Organization that ' was scheduled ko meek in C-l tomorrow is moved l to Room 122-A.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Does Represenkakive Farley have unanimous ' consent? Representative Dahielso' ' Dapielsl 'Wel1, Mr. Speaker, khis Bill has been scheduled for a hearing in Judiciary I today. The Sponsor of the Bill came over to talk to me about this and I expressed some concern for the Bill. I don't think he's cleared this with the Minobity Leader on this side of the aisle, nor has he . had the courtesy to explain to us that he's asked ' . . for r sign t and I don' thi we s . eas men t nk hould support . such a motion. This is the first time welve s found out that because he ' havihg a little trouble in Judiciary he's reassigning the Bill.' Has he '. it the Committee?' cleared ' with the Chairman 6f : ' r ' Speaker Redmond: 'Representati/e Farley.' t Farley: nWell I don ' exactly understand what Representative Danièls is referring to but the iill has been ss d nd m king f l req igne a I' as k or eave ko pos Ehis f Bill so We can hear it tomorrow.l ' ' speaker Rednond : 'Represenkative Schuneman.' Schu ' neéan: ' pe he y ma Yes, Mr. S aker, t Minorit Spokes n on Labor and Commerce is not on the floor at the , m present time. I' wondering if Representative Farley has cleared this with the Minority ' ' Spokesman.' ' l ' Speaker Redmond : 'Representative Farleyo' . -p;' >< 7' x . ' ' t v ' . . G E N E R A L A ssE M B L Y ' 1 .,'- i ù ' Y ( -&.*1 ' ' '. i j . .. vv o 'u ' sws ,ulos s . . . , NF *. . K eR s r l hous oF Rw E EM'lT . Es v 1.-g- Q o 70. ,p pl e.t? ï x. z. ; l r' c -; v . s . k .j-t tT .;: ... .,--.>wahp'd fpr a few linutes and talk to.him .z. - .t. . . .k k . t . t ' however.. ' : speaker Re' . , , ' ' dpond : 'I think it's a good.idea. Representative . t . ' 11 ' ' . . . .:4: (. r S . .y(y)y .. a .:'t , . Z, r l. . I . f- . j( , '' .: -:P7a, Q(l. ' : '' j . . .a (j .: ' Ca/ Whe s ll : ' me pà<e i' ' re' George Ryan? Our annual ga is going ' to be tonight against the Senate. It's 20 blocks...we're going to play at Chamberlain Park, n ve which is 20 blocks east o Capitol Dri way. We hope that you a1l get out khere and give your keam a little support and we have a...a presentation ke o r khaE we ma every year t ou Speaker. We have as or m nd wo hikt f hi a our t Maj Maj oriky... ority ' Leader , Mike Madigan. Is he here? M d George Ryan. Can...will someone come.up for George and receive his shirt? For the Speaker we have hi h Mr. i beautiful s rt wit hisee. Speaker on the back of it. And for George Ryanoo.you make the presenkation here. This is for our Leader , Michael J. Madigan, who will play all positions, s as he usually does. Here ' khe back-up man for al1 the positions, our Minority Leader, George Ryan. Joe Lucco came out of retirement and he 's going to help us coach our team tonight. Where 's Joe? Well anyway he's going to be our coach and I h6pe you a11 come out there tonight ' and give us some s ou.' uppdrt. Thank y ' ' ' Unknown: 'Make sure you place your bet with the Senators.' ' Capparelli: 'Does anybody believe these guys could play ' ball together?' ' Speaker Redmond: 'I think they bought this for Chalkie. He's been designated as a designated hitter for ' tonight, Chalkie. Representative Farleyg' ' ' Farley : 'Yes, Mr. speaker, I have talked to the Minôrity . . spokesman on Labor an d Commerce. He has no obj w o k ection so I would rene my motion t as leave ' that Senate Bill l23...' .w -- .. y 6.6.-n -. - ,.- : j e. G EN E R A L A S SEM B LY 1 s,. t y x . ) : R;s . - v eulos r sw.o lua ' . . .. . é ' NT * H l e o F R Res : TATI Es oks EP : EN v A . ' ' J l - 7l. . :. .u . .' . * '. .-Z i 4t( . .:, 't7.'; .. .;. ' :. t.'.. r.6!i'; . L .F : . p ..v r . . '' :. & .j7 . ' ! 'q.' .7 . ; :...j :$ : : , kk ' . .. .... p. t J .. : :. a edmond .' .es R ve '' SPeaker R ', : f epr eniati Daniels.ê . . 1 . . D : '. G' ' entl aniels: . 'Has thç.'' .èman t ' ' e to t Minority Lea - t * al ked he ' der?' . .. . . t. . ;. . . v;.. , :. n x -;$: ) ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Yeah . I quess he didndt. You better k tal to Mr. R#an.' ' Farley: ' ' Okay.' ' ' Spéaker Redmond: ' l ' What's the nlmher of the Bill?' ' ' Paley : 'Senate Bill 123.' fl23. Speaker Redmond : ' Senake Bill 123. It's evidenkly been posked in Judiciary and he vants to hear ik in Labor and Commerce. Representative O'Brien, forl ' what purpose do you rise?' O' ' Brien: 'Mr . Speaker , I wonder if it would be possible to have leave for the Posting Rule so that Senake Bill 244 could be heard in Revenue today. ve n he I' époke with t Chairman of the Revenue mm ttee a he has no objecti Co i nd ' on. There was ' a minunderstanding with our Secretary.' ' ' Speaker Redmond: 'Did you speak to the Minority Leader?' ' ' O'Brien: 'The Minority Leader?f ' Speaker Redmond: 'Yeah, Representakive Ryan. You betker talk to Representative Ryan. What's the number ' Danz ' O' ' ' Brien: '244.' ' Speaker Redmond : '244. Generic Drugs. Representative ' Fa<ley.' ' ' Farley : 'Yes, Mr . Speaker , I withdraw my motion.' Speaker Redmond: 'Represe ey' on' ntative Farl s moti is withdrawn . Yeah, I did. Representative Ewing, for what purpose do you rise? Represenkative O'Brien and Representative, did you make a compact? Representative O'Brien has requested khat Senate Bill 244...' ' . . .' . . .h.'z1 > .', ' . ' . .$ ; ' ' s o'Brien : 'Yes, that ' correct, senate Aill 244 be heard ' in Revenue committee-' 'V A. N , - qj X . G E N ER A L A SSE M B L Y 6 6. y9 ' - ' - t , : '. t u? ka t.xj ' . , vv o 'u,, sas euIos q / r A y v . zp ' ;' ' . z' 72. '. . :' :.:.: .' :n.ê ...n. '.. '' . . ;.. , rp j :.? . .'' . ) w . . tw. . :'' l ' have Speaker Redmondl' .Does'he y ' unanimous consent? Hearing . .. ( .;: ' . - ' %. .p '. .. 'z J . ' ' ''... ' . ; . '' ed on Dt ni Lohs%' . R es ë ve no obj ti- ,Gm a pogstc ' ent.. .epr entati ... . 'J .D . '' Ro1' . 11''. .. . l ' Attendance ' ' Ca'.. f.ye#h. Representakive y.- Gett Adjourn mente'' Gétty: ' pea Mr. S ker, 1. nd our d move that we now sta adj ne till 00. M. h es nct the hour of l0: A. ' wit 5 minut /erfu ory for the Clerk to read into the record. 12:00... ' 5 minukes.' '10:00 O ' Speaker Redmond : ' ' Clock . Representative Totten.' ' Totten: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Our schedule for tomorrow 00 shows us coming in from 5: to 8:30, has that ' been changed?' ke Spea r Redmond: ' s . ' Thak' ri/ht.. yeaho' Tot So s ou 00.' ten: ' it' adj rned till 5: ' ' ' Speaker Redmond: '5... Any... Representàtive VanDuynev' ' VanDuyne: 'Thank you, Mr. Speaker . Appropriations 11 has b d o w een postê t meet tomorro morning at 8:00 for all the Members of Appropriations II. ' Thatls been changed till tomorrow at Noonk ' 12:00 tomorrow for Appropriations 11.' ' Speaker Redmond: 'The question is on... Representative ' Vinson.' ' ' Vinson: 'Would you explain when wedre coming back here?l ' Speaker Redmond: f5:00 komorrow. The question is on R ati ty' n epresent ve Get s motio to adjourn the 0 omorro House till 5:0 t ve n.' w. Representati àya ' ' Ryan: 'Mr. Speaker, I would like to have Representatives ' Dyer, Kucharski and Kenk excused today.' Speaker R 's edmond: 'I there any objections? Hearing none, the record will so show. The question is on Representative Gekty 's motion . Those in favor say 'aye' ' Representative Chapman.' ' Chapman : 'Yes, Sir , I wanted to announce that..owell, the s Human Resource' Committee is scheduled for 8700 . . at 9:gg akM. G E N E R A L A S SEM B L Y 6-6-79 A L N l ST'TE Q F I kl o1 4 I : p *' A I ' :n L%e n#'grg*K'pMY' Y'up< ' . . 73. ! ri t : .' :: ' '' , at : P$M.'today.' tomorrow as welly.of.couse'R' C2'00' : ' ke àpea r Redmond: 'Okay. ' ' ' Thè questi6htis,onlthecnbt. . ;. . s ' r ' z r ion to' . . . ', . . : . i es unc . a ourn ti.l. tô/ after 10 rinut Perf tob#,' 'dj l' to w morro at 5:00. T in' avo ay ayeff hose- f r s î 'aye ', opposed 'no'. The 'ayes' have it, the on se w ands adjou d moti carries, the Hou no st rne till 5:00 komorrow o' Rules Committeez Speaker's ' Office, 5 minutes.' ' Clerk Leone: 'House Joint Resolution Constitukional Amendment 42. Johnson -Breslin. Resolved by the House of Representatives of the 81st Generat Asse he mbly of t State of Illinois, the Senate concurring herein, that there shall be submitted to the Electors of khe State for adoption ej t or r ection a the g cti eneral ele on next occuring at least 6 monkhs after the adoption of this Section 12 of Resolution, a proposition to amend ' Arkicle VI of the Constitution to read as follows: The Judiciary . Section l2. Election and Retention. Supreme , Appellate and Circuit Judges shall be nominated at primary elections or by petition. es hall b elect at the general or j cial Judg s e ed udi elections as the General Assembly shall provide by law. A person eligible for the office of Judge may cause his name to appear on the ballot as a candidate for Judge at the primary er at the al ti general or judici elec on by submitting petitions. ' The General Assembly shall prescribe by law the requirehents for petitions. The office of Judge h, shall be vacant upon his deat resignatiod, retirement, removal or upon the conclusion of his term without retention in office. Whenever ' an additional Appellate or Circuit Judge is authorized by 1aw the office shall be filed in a S G E N E R A L A, SE M B LY 6-6-79 T kk1I S STA. E oF I..Fo I I . h 1 b . 74. ' ' ' ' manner provided for filing o' vadél f in idies- that ' . ' ' .. '.'.' .'' . ky t ! ( j. :. , (. r : g . I .) u ; office. A vacancy occuring in the Office ' of . ' ' yi ' '. c:'ï fL k t * k . (' k: 7s tu:'l f.<')J:'J -E: ': tl - ' c :tt::q .'$.,-.2:tt.îk :;r. C' . . ' supreme, Appellate or Circuit Judge shall be ' d. filled as the Ge ral Asse y may' bvide . file .. ne mbl ' pr by law . In the absence of law vacéncies may be .. . ..' filled bv apoointment of khe Supreme Court. A - œ e *. '' e' . person a o ill a vacancy 60 of more ppointed t f days prior to the next primary election to nominate Judges shall serve until the vacancy is filled or m e f the ter at th next gene dic ral or ju ial election. A person appointed to fill a vacancy less than 60 days prior to the next primary on omi electi to n nate ju erv dges shall s e until the vacancy is filled at the second general or n owi judicial electio foll ng such a nt ppoi ments. Not less than 6 months before the general election preceeding the expiration of his term df office, the Supreme, Apppllate or Circuit Judge who has . been elected to that office may file in the Office of the Secretary of State a declaration of candidacy to succeed himself. The Secretary of State, not less than 63 days before the election , shall certify the Judges candidacy to the proper election officiaks. The names of the Judges seeking - khat retention shall be submitted to the eleetors separately and without party designation on the sole question whether each Judge shall be retained in office for another term. The retention election Shall be conducted at general elections in the appropriate j or upre udicial districts f S me and ' Appellate Judges a%d in the county of residence for the Circuit Judge. The affirmative vote of . three-fifths of the electors voting on the question .. . shall elect the Judge to the office for the ' term commencing on khe first Monday in December A .'- ) meyw e .. G E N E R A L A SSE M BL Y - 6 6-gg F 4-kw .) J ,q.f.'1 .n .s ' .i , t .. . j i $ ';,< t '...f', ;4. v v .ulos saso ,u- , - . '. > e I 1 -% p 7W * . y ol E oF o s neE ! T .vI ss l p 4 a : . ! E ' u! x x . ' z- z - t . , 15 . ' ' following his. ' ' c t y: : i i election. A'lak'redùcing REhëznlmhekt> ' f Of Appellate or Circuit Judges sh wit . a w . ' JD' 2T . all be. hdut $..' :' ..f'' . . .' ' : !t 1 z zl ej o he ht pr udice t t rig of dudges aff eek'' . ected to s 522' retention in office. The reduction shall become' ' -' effective when a vacancy occurs inithe affected unit. Schedule. This Amendment to Section 12 of Article VI takes effect upon its approval by khe electoré of khis state. First Reading of this Constitutional Amendment. A Message from the Senate by Mr. Wright, Secrekary. Mr. Speaker, I am directed to inform the House of Representatives . that the Senate has concurred with the House d n . the adoption of their Amendment l to the Bill of the following title, to wikz Senate Bill 668. A Bill for an Act making an appropriation ko the Illinois Public Employees Pension Laws Commission. Concurred in by the Senake June 5, 1979. Kenneth Wright, Secretary of the Senate. Committee Reports. Representative Katz, Chairman of the Committee : bwing Bills on Judiciary II, to which the'foll were referred. Action taken on June 5, 1979, have reported the same back with the following rec6mmqndaki o s e on. D pas Senat Bills 88 and 312. Do not pass Senate Bills 32, 198, 730, 1393. Do pass Consent Calendar Senate Bills 346, 1096 . and 1270. Do pass Short Debate Calendar Senate Bills 388, 1334. Do pass amended Short Debate Calendar, Senate Bill 222. Being no further nes e ds ' busi s, th House now stan adj ' ourned.' t . ' .. . .' w: + 6 ' s Vx 4 Sgmf% S G E N E R A L A' SE M B L Y . F ( .X?. j ' ( .a . .( ) . . . m' eu1os r l sA so 1uh l 6 6 9j - .7 ' r f'1 % sêœ E '.pn l r.lzr uous op$x emx.xv&y< LEGISLATIVE INFORHATION SYSTE: Dâltï TZANSCRIPT INDZI PàGE 1 JUNE 06y 1979 SB-0002 2ND REâ9ING SB-0005 2ND READING SB-0034 2ND ZEADING 58-0067 3:D READIHG SB-0071 2<D REàDING SB-007q 3qD READING SB-0090 3RD READING SB-0097 2:D REâDIXG SB-0098 2ND RCADING SB-0106 2:D :EADIHG SB-0108 2ND ZEADING SB-0110 2HD EEADING SB-0411 2ND RCADING sB-0123 KOTIONS 58-0136 2ND BEADIXG SB-01%2 25D EEADING SB-01R5 2:D READING sB-0159 2ND REàDING SB-0161 32D READING SB-0162 3RD READING SB-0165 2ND QEADING SB-0168 25D READING SB-0177 2ND READING 58-0188 3RD READI'G 53-0199 2ND R:ADIXG SB-0210 2:D READIBG SB-021q 2ND EEADING 58-0227 2ND SEADIXG 58-0239 2ND EEADING SB-02%% 'OTIOXS 58-025% 2ND RCADIHG 58-0256 2ND READING SB-0260 2ND READING 58-0265 ZND .BEADIXG SB-0277 3:D READIHG 58-0286 25D REàDING 259 READIKG . 58-0291 . 58-0292 3RD READING SB-0308 2AD READI@G SB-0317 2HD READIMG 5B-03q0 32D XEàDIXG sB-03:2 2ND REA'DING 58-0353 3ED EEADING LEGISLATIVE INTORSATION SYSTES DAILY TQANSCEIPT IXDEX PAGE JUNE 06. 1979 SB-035q 32D READING 58-0355 2ND DEADIXG 58-0356 2ND READING 58-0359 2ND READING 58-0365 3ED READING 58-0378 25D EEADING SB-0%02 H0TIOHS SB-0R07 2ND READING 5 SB-0R1 3RD READING SB-0%20 2ND READING 58-0421 2ND ZZADING 58-0422 2ND READIXG ' SB-0R30 3ED READING SB-0%34 3RD EZADING 58-0435 3ED EEADING sB-0q61 2HD EEADISG 58-0:63 2ND ZEADING 58-0467 2ND READIXG sB-0R68 2:D READISG 58-0R73 2HD READING sB-0%79 2:D EEADING SB-0q81 32D 2Eâ9ING SB-0R96 25D READISG SB-050% 2ND READING 58-0505 2:D REàDING 58-0507 25D EEàDING 58-0547 2ND READING 58-0549 3:D ZEàDING 58-0557 2yD READI'G 58-0558 2HD 2:â9IHG 58-0582 2ND ZEàDING SB-058% 2ND EEàDING 58-0622 2ND READISG SB-06R2 2ND REIDIXG 58-0653 3E9 EEADI'G 58-0675 2ND ECADING SB-0681 34D REàDING 58-0685 2ND READING 58-0692 2ND READIXG 58-0695 2%D EEADING 58-0696 2HD ZEADI'G sB-0701 2XD READING SB-0719 2ND EEADING LEGISLATIVE IN#ORdATION SVSTEH DAILT TRANSCRIPT I'DZX PAGE 3 JUSE 06. 1979 58-0729 2ND RSADING PAGE 5:-0733 3RD READING PAGE i 6l 58-0735 2ND READING PAGE 1 1 53-0841.3ED ZEADING PAGE 1 31 . 58-0858 2ND READING PAGE 10 sB-0910 2ND READING PAGZ 10 58-0945 3RD REZDING PAGE 1 31 53-0946 25D RdADING PAGE 12 SB-0971 2ND AEADIXG PAGE 18 58-1025 SOTIOHS PAGE 68 SB-10%0 2ND RCADING PAGE 19 53-1117 :OTIOKS ' PAGE 67 SB-129R SOTIONS PAGE 67 *nJR-00%2 1ST EEADING PAGE 73 c EEGISLATIVE INFORKATION SYSTEH DAIIY TRANSCRIPT IXDEX PAGE % JBNE 06. 1979 SBBJECT 'ATTEE SPXàKZR RECKOND - HOOSE TO .. ORDER PAGE 1 REV. .KRUEGED - PRAYEE PAGE 1 REP- .BORCHEES - PLZDGZ 0+ âLLZGIANCE PAGE 1 EOLL CALL EOR ATTENDAKC: PàGE 2 COKSITTEE REPORTS PAGE 2 AGEEED RESOLUTIOXS PAGE 66 PEZ#OXCTOEY S25SI0H PAGE 73 'BSSAGES P2O: THE SENATE PAGE 75 HOOSZ ADJOBRNED PAGE 75 .
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