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					                     S%TR GENERàI &GSEHBLK
                        ZEGULAR SBSSION
                         Kâï 21e 1985



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 R SD N F IE       SE A D E D I
P E I I G O F C EZ ( N T R D X Z O)                               1
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    The bour of ten o'clock having arrivede the Senate vill
cole to order.       If tàe aezbers vill be at their deskse oar
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gqests ùn the gallery will please rise.      Our prayer today
vi11 be by the Beverend Rudolph Shoultzy onion Baptist
Churche Springfield. Reverend.
::7EnEND SBOBLTZI
                 Pr      iv   y
                 ( ayer g en b Eeverend Shoultz)                  I
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 RES
P IDING OEPI     SEN TOD DE
            CED: ( à       dUZIO)                                 :
    Reading of the Journal.
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SECRETAE'I
    Tuesdaye :ay the 7thy 1985.
PRESIDIXG OfFICE   SENA
                E: (   TOR DEXOZIO)
    senatar Kelly.
SENATOX KZLLY:
    :r. Presidente I move t             at u
                           hat the Journ j st r     y he
                                               ead b t
Serretary be approved qaless soue Senatar bas additions or
corrections to offer.
P      NG
 RESIDI OFFICE      SENN
                R: ( TOR D  EHJZIO)                               1
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    ïoulve heard the notion. Those ia favor sigaify by
saying àye. opposed Nay. T:e àyes have it. The œotion car-
ries. senator ielly.                                              I
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SEXATOR KCELï:                                                    '
   Thank you. Hr. President, I Iove that reading and              E
   cov            nal
lpp al of tha Joqr s of kednesday, ; 8
                                    ay th9 ThucsGay, Kay
9::: Tuesday. xay 1%th: @ednesday. 8ay    15t*: Thursday. day
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16th: Friday. :ay 17th and Nonday, Kay 20th in the year 1935:     I
be pastponed peading arrival of kNe prilted Joqrnals.
PQESIDING OFPI     SEKà
              CER: ( IOZ DEKGZIOJ                                 I
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    rou:ve heard the zotion.       ehose in favor signify by      j
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sayiag.-.àye. Gpposed Nay. The Ayes have it.        'otioa is
carried. Hessages from the House.
SECRETàRK:
   sessage from the Hoqse by :r. neBrien, Clerk.
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        Hr. President - I am directed to inforw k:e Senate    I
the Hause of nepresentativês has passed bills vith the
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fo    in   tle  n
  llav g ti s, i the passage of g ch I au i
                                 hi        nstructed to       I
ask the cancarrence of the Senate, to-wit:
              House Bills 82. 291. 312. 31 324: 360. 459.
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521, 563. 571. 707. 755, 8loe 311y 333. 852. 831y 903. 903.
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940, 1018w 236% and 2431.
   SID G
PRB IN 9FFICE   SENA
             R: ( TOR DENOZIO)                                '
   eirst order of business this uorning gi11 be recalls.
Senator iarovitz an the Flaor? Seaator xarovitz. Rith leave
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                                      st
uf the Body, we#ll go to House bills I readiag. Is leage
granted? Leave is granted. House bills 1st reading.
SCCRETABK:
   douse B1ll 170, senator darogitz is tàe senate sponsor.
               S
              ( ecret              e
                     ary reads titl of bill)
   Bouse Bill 3:3. Senator Sangzeister.
              Secre
              (                   e f
                   tary reads tikl o bitl)
   House Bitl 354. Senator Kelly.

              S c ea y e d il f i l
              (e rt r r as t te o b L)                        1
    o e il 9 , e a o e k .
   H us B l 3 3 S n t r L m e                                 1
              Secre
              (             s    e
                   kary read titl af bill)
   Souse Bill 508. Senator Berzan.                            I
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              S c ea y e d i l f i l
              (e r t r r a s t t e o b l )                    1
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   Hause Bill 608, Senator.w.Lechovicz.
                                                              I
              S tary reads titl of bill
              ( ecra           e       )                      !
   o s il 5
   HueBl 99      ...   or 851, Seaator temke.                 1
                                                              I
             (Secretary reads title of bill)
   Roqse Bill 856, Senator Lemke.                             I
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              S
              ( ecre               e
                    tary reads titl of bill)                  I
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   os il 5, eao ek.
   HueBl :7 sntrLme                                           E
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              S
              ( ecretary r         e
                          eads titl of bill)                  I
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   900 Senator Netsch.                                        i
      .

              Secr              e
              ( etary reads titl of bill)
   921. Senator Donahue.
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                  S
                  ( ecretary r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
   House Bill 963, Senator nigaey.
              S
             ( ecretary r         e f
                         eais titl o bill)
   House Bill 990, Senators Posàard aad Demuzio.
                  Secre
                  l                   e
                       tary reads titl of bill)
   Eouse Bill 992, Senator Blooz.
                  Seccet
                  (          ead    e f
                        ary r s titl o bill)
   House Bill 1008, Senator Keats.
                  Se
                  ( cretary r       tl
                             eads ti e of bill)
   Bouse Bill 1013, senator Rigney.
                  S
                  ( ecretary r       tl
                              eads ti e of bill)
   Hause B:11 1016, Senator te/ke.
                  S
                  ( ecretary r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
   House Bill 1035, Senator Karovitz.
                  S
                  ( ecretary r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
   House Bill 106%y Senator Zezke.
                   S
                  ( ecretarg r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
   House Bill 1267.
                  Se
                  ( cretary reads titke of bill)
   House Bill 1269.
                  Secret
                  (                   e
                        ary reads titl of bill)
    1392, Senator Netsch.
                  Secre
                  (             s    e
                       tary read titl of bill)
   . . . nouse   Bill 1566. senator Geo-Karis.
                  Secre
                  (                   e
                       tary Eeads titl of bill)
   House Bill 1733. Seuator Darrov.
                  s
                  ( ecretary r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
   Hoose Bill 1587. Senator Poshard.
                  Secre
                  (                   e f
                       tary reads titl o bill)
 st
1 reading of the foregone bills.
                   SENkTOR DE:BzI0j
PRESIDING OFFICERI (
    %ith leave of the Body, we'll g: to the srder of tàe
Recall List. Leave is graLted. ke have passed out to all
t:e meabers a...a copy of the bills tàat are on the recall
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tist. @e *il1 Proceed at t*e kop and go right on through.
senate 3i11 5?, Senator Karovitz. Senator darovitz seeks
leave of tbe Body to return Senate 3i1l      57 fron theo.-fron
tEe order of 3rd Reading to the Order of 2nd Eeading for tNe      '
purpose of an amendment.       Is leave granted?      Leave is
granted.     On the order of Senate Bills 2nd âeading is senate
Bill 57. Kr. Secretary, read the bill.
SEC:ETA:T:
    Amendzent No. 2 offered by Senators Collius and Chev.
PRE     G fICE
   SIDIN OF      SENâ
              E: ( TOP DE:OZIO)
    Senator Collins. senatar Geo-Karisy for vhat purpose do
you arise?
SENATOE GEO-KAEIS:
    :r. President and Ladies and Gentlemen of the Seuate: I
goql; like to be added as an imuediate cosponsor to senate
Bill 258 and T have obtaiaed thewpwthe permission of the
sponsore Senator setsch.
PRE    KG FI A: (
   SIDI OF CE   SENàTOR 9E;;ZI0)
    à1l rigbte Senator Geo-Karis wisbes to be adëe; as a
hyphenated cospansor to Senate Bill 259. Is leave granted?
Leage is granted. It's so ordered.      Senator Collins. Sena-
tor Collins.
SEXàTOR COLLIKSZ
    Kes. thank youe Kr. President and meœbers of the Senate.
âmendment No. 2 to Senate Bill 58 is the aleRdment tbat we
discqssed on the Floor and ge took khis bill oat of the
recard dealing vith investmentsw..pcospective investments in
South èfrica. ke took the bitl oqt of the record the last
tiœe in order for one the Senators on the other side to have
a copy of :he amendzen'. aad I would move for its favorable
adoptîon.
PR      G
  ESIDIN OFPICB   SE TOR D
               R: ( NA    E:PZIO)
   A1k right, Senator Collins Nas moved the adoption of
âmendment No. 2 to Seaate Bill 57. âny discussion?      senator
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Rupp.
SENATOR ZBPP:
    Thank youy ;r. President. I hage a question as to tàe
EecNnical correctness of this azendzeat.       The   one    I
Nave...the copy I have Goesn't have any vord at all iu it
underlined aDd it's ay understanding tàat ne@ additions t/
any code do reguire that.
P:ES    G
    IDIN OFFI     SEN TOZ DEd; 0)
             C;R: ( A         ZI
    senatar Collins.
SENATOR COLLIHS:
    It is nok adding any provisions Eo any existing Statute
an; I âidn#t think it would have to be underlined because of
Eàak.   I'2 sure that we'll get a parliamentary ruling on ity
        e ot et e us
but veer n w..l z j t ans     he esti
                         wer t gu on.
PEESIDIXG 0eEI     SEN
              CE:: ( àTDR DE::;ID)
    Senator Collins, I#a aïvised by the Secretary that àmend-
meat N@. 2 is technically incorrect. Senator Collins.
SExàr0R COLLIHS:
    %e1l#...this alehdReat was drafted by LBB aRd 1...1 goqld
assame tàat they woqld know whether or not it *as correct.
It...it does have an LRB number. ites drafted by thez aud it
does nat alend any part of an existing Statute.
PZCSIDIKG OFFICEE: (SENATOE DE:DzI0)
        . enato wy sug
    vell S     r,          on
                      gesti is per      e st ke ùis
                                  àaps v ja ka t
o:t of the record for...zomentarily aûd perhaps...perhaps yoQ
caa get together and work out.o.resolve.a.senator nupp.
Senator Pqpp.
SENATO: R;PPI
    Thank you. :r. President. No, quite villing, 1...1 had a
question on the amendœent the other day and rather thanaa.to
io this patkicalar thing. T went over and ge got a...àhe
question vorkeë oat. ke hadn't distribute; and :ad been dis-
trkbqted the incorrect amendzente an; I went over to her aad
  lk       t    t
ta ed to be abou it and s app
                         he  reci           t
                                 ated ity bu aow I jast
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    got this this aorning, l have not had a chaace to go over to
    her to work it out, but I do think tbat if ge have a rule
    khat it bas to be underlined, that tbe items sboqld be in
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    correct state before itls added.                                 !
    PXESIDING OEFI     SEXA
                  CED: (        EKP
                           TOR D ZIO)
        9el1, Senator Harovitz on the Floor? Senator Narovitze
    caR we take this out of the record for the time beinge
       eht ly? Is eave to t e it out of t r
    Qom ari      a..l      ak            he ecord? T  ake            I
        ut f e cord
    it o o tN re . Senate Bill 91. Senator Xarovitz seeks            i
    leave of the Body to return Senate Bill 91 to the Order of
    2nd Eeading for the purpose of an amendaqnt. Is leave
    granted? Leave is granted. On the Order of Senate Bills 2nd
    Reading is Senate Bill 91, :r. Secretaryy read the bill.
    SEC:ZTARf:
          endm     o.      ed
        àm ent N 2 offer by sen   ator Harovitz.                     1
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    PEESIDING OFEI     SENà   EHJ
                  CER: ( TOR D ZIO)                                  1
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        Senator ïarovitz.
    SENATOE KABOVITZ:                                                i
        Thank youg very muche Kr. President and aembers of the       i
     e ae
    S n t. .   kzendKent 'o. 2...1 think..wve have to first Table    1
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    lmendzenk 9o. 1 and I would love to Table...                     ;
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    SECRETAET:                                                       2
        ïouo..yoqfve already dane that.
      Nà'
    SE 0R :à       ;
              :O7IT :                                                I
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        Qe've already Tabled àmendzent No. 1? okay. Then àlend-      l
    œenk No. 2 is ::e amendment that is Ehe vork      pcodact   of
     o ts f e tn s e we h a so a i s h q g s
    m nh o z e ig b te n teb r asciton , t e j d e e                 1
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    Department of Public àidy zany of tbe wo/en's gcoaps around
    the State of Illihois a?d has to do wità the manGatory child

     q p r u d l n s h c e. . h c e a s d a t e s o .
    s po tg ie ie w ih v .v ià w pse ls Ss in                        1
     hi s h g e d m n z n R t l r f e h o f s o
    T s i t e ar e a ed e ta d i ca ii s te cn qi n                  1
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    created by.-.last year by the passage of tNe laniatory child
    support gaidelines...the gqidelines for child sqpport remainy
    let ae make that very ciear, :he guidelines for child sapport
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    Go remain.   Theydce set forth and the coart is âirected to
    apply the pencentage qaidelines against net incozq qnless
    either party presents evidence as to w:y tàe guidelines
    shauld be deviatede and then the guidelines can be degiated
    fra/.e.based on thosma..based on tbat evidence preseuted by
    eitàer partye only when evidence is presented by either
    party; otberwisey the gaidelines vill prevail...evidence pre-
    seated to support deviation from the guidelines *ay be fro?
    any of Ehe five listed relevant factors, aad Ehose five fac-
    tots to deviate frol the chil; support guidelines are tbe
    fiaancial resourcea of the child, the financial resources and
    needs of the custodial parent: the standard of living tbe
    cb        d   e
      ild voal hav enj ed had the m
                     oy            arri     ot en ssolv
                                       age n be ii     edy
    tbe physical and emotional condition of the cbild and kis
    educational Reeds and the finaucial resources and needs of
    the noncustodial parent. This atlows tàe courE to consider
    debts of the.o*parties in deteruining child support. ke left
    that oqt of tast year's bill. Everybody agrees that the con-
    sideration of debts Rust be alloved in determining child sup-
    port. 'he repaynent of debts represeating reasonable and
    aecessary expenses for the prodacàion of incoae. medical
    expehses anG other expenses for the benefik of khe càil; Kay
    be deducted from gross income to arrive at a net income
    figure.   Tàe court in its discretkon      2ay   order   tàe
    ao      di
      qcnsto al par     o ov e      h nstr
                   ent t pr id healt i               ge or
                                          ance covera f
    t:e cbtld vhen tNe child can be added to an existing iasur-
    ance policy ak a reasonable rate. Basicallye tàis is the
       eem       of l
    agr ent of.aa al par          he dge devia
                        ties. If t ju               t
                                              tesp i is
    tNe inteat of the spoasoc that the deviatùoa shoql; bq by the
    expressed findings o t ju
                        f he dge as. dict
                                    ..         o e
                                         ated t th court
    ceporter and need uote ia fact. be.o.be in a written separate
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      ini     he dge. I woul ask f s
    op on by t ju           d     or uppa       m
                                         rt of à endneat
    :o. 2 to senate Bill :1.
       SID G
    PEE IN OFFI     SEN
               CEE: ( ATOR DE:DZIO)

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    à11 right: Senator xarovitz has Koved the adoptian of
Ameaiment No. 2 to Senate Bill :1. Any discussion?   Cau ue
have some order, please. Senator Geo-Karis.
SENATOE GEO-KAEIS:
    Wauld the sponsor yield for a qqestion?
PRE     G
   SIDIN OFFICE   SENA
               D: ( TOE DESUZIO)
    Indicates he gill yield. Senator Geo-Karis.
SEN&TOR GEO-KâRISI
    9as the uainkenance coverage for the-w.senatore the
amendment I have before ïe has the zaintenance a1l struck
out.   Eave you...caR yoq give Re some infocmation whether
the...aaintenance was aainkained or aot?
PRES    G    CE  SE TOR DE
    IDIN OFFI R: ( NA     HOZIO)
    Senator Karovitz.
SE#AQOE KâR0#ITz:
    Kaintenance has been reœoved froœ this. This is nog...we
only Geal with child sqppor: here.    Everybody agreed tbat
laintenance had no place ia this and should be removed.
PZE     G    CE  SC TOE DE
   SIDIN OFFI R: ( NA     HUZIO)
    Senator Geo-Karis.
S;N<'0R GEO-KARIS:
        ve   bj   oa             or y okesm
    I ha no o ecti to it as min it sp      an.
 RB     G
P SIDIN OEF       SEK TOR D
           ICBRZ ( A       EHUZIO)
    eurther discussion? Senator Schuneman.
SZXATOP SCHUXEHAN:
    Thank you, Hr. President. A question of the sponsor.
PR     NG FI R: ( Xâ
  ESIDI OF CE   5E TaR DEd0z20)
    Indicates he will yield. Senator Schuneman.
SENAQOR SCHUNE:âN:
    &re rou affering an aaend/ent now vhicà is addressing
this problem? %i11 tàe amendaent becoze the bill?
   SID G  ICE SE NOR D
PRE IN OFF R: ( Nà    Ed;ZI0)
   Senator sarovitz.
s::àTOR KAROVITZ:
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reached agreement with a11 parties.
PQESIDISG OFFI     SE1 TOX DE
              CER: ( 1A      HUZIO)
    Senator Schoneman.
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SXNATOE SCHUNENAN:                                                   ;
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    ând...so as I understood your remarks: this is an agree-
ment among al1 those groqps. They're a11 on board nowe are           !
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they? Yeah. E            ry ch.
             àank youe Fe pu                                         I
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   SID G
PQE IK OFFI         SE OP ESB O)
             CER: ( NAT D ZI
    Further discussion? Senator 'arovitz 2ay close.                  1
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szNàTo: nàRovlTzz
   Thank you. very auch. Kr. Presidênt and aelbers of tàe
Senate.    This :as beea the vork product ofa.oof zany. nany
aoat:s. âs most of you kaowe there vas a 1ot of confusion
about the bill that ve passed las: Session ghich nobody
really qnderstood the razifications of.         Now tkat we doe
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We#re   able   to   correct some   of   thase   probleœs that were
created by that bill. I think ve.ve done so and I vould ask
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v rb d e u pr f mn zn o
ee yo ys s po to Ae ie tK .             2 to Senate Bill 91.       t
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 RES IN    C    SENA
P ID G OFFI ERI ( TOR DEHOZIO)                                     i
    Senator Karovitz bas moged the adoption of A/eRdment No.
2 to Senate Bill 91. Those in favor signify by saying àye.         i
oppased Nay. The àyes bave it.       à/endment :o. 2 is adopted.
Furtàer amendments?
SECRETàRKZ
    No further amendments.                                         !
   SID G   CE  SE OR     ZI
P:X IN OFFI B: ( NAT DE:U O)                                       1
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    3rd reading. 103, Senator Bloom. Senator.o.Bloom seeks         '
                                         03
leave of tàe Body to return Senate Bi11 1 to tàe Order of
2nd Eeading for Ehe purpose of an amendment. Is leaFe
granted? Leave is granted. On tàe Order af Seaate Bills 2nd
Eeading is Senate Bill 103. Hr. secretary. nead the b&11.
SECZZTàAKZ
    âmendzent No. 2 offered by Senators Blooze Davson and
Carroll.
P     IN
 EESID G OFFICER:      ( TOR D
                       SENA   E:UZIO)                              '
   Senator Bloom.
SENATO: BL0O::                                                     J
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   ïesv tàaRk goue Kr. President and fellog Senators. às
                                                                   I
@ n v h e l h ia c e om c a d ts ht h
yqk o gt e Ha t e nn eR f r At wn ae ta t e                        l
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Departaenk of Public àid engage in selective contracting for
in-patient hospital services. The regulations tàey flle pur-
suant to this aethority geRt tkrou t Jo
                                  gh he int Comœi ee o
                                                 tt   n            '
  mn s rt v e iw r cs . b r ee oe e o ln a
 G ii ta i e R ge p oe s T ee wr sm rc pe d -                      1
E         le oint commi
 ions by kt j          ttee that khe enabling statqtory lan-
gqage in     certain    areas   be    tightened   up   so   that
 he
t ...regulations     for contractiag Woul; be a hundred percent    t
                                                                   I
on...on...on tbe square vitb the àct.       That is wbak tbis
                                                                   ;
aaendment seeks to do. 1*11 answer any questions, otherwise,       !
                                                                   I
                                                                   I
qrge its adoption.                                                 E
PRESIDIKG OFF       S TOR DE: O)
             ICERZ ( EXA     0zI
   àny discussion? Any discussion? Senator Bloo/ has loved
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    the adoption of àmenduent No. 2 to senate Bill 103. Those in
    favor signify by sayiag àye. opposed xay. The àyes bave it.
    àmend/ent No. 2 is adopted. Farther azendueats?
    SECRETAa':
        Xo further amendments.                                       !
    P:ZSIDING OFFI     SEN
                  CEZ: ( ATOR DEHBZIO)
        àny amendments from Ehe Floor?
    SECHETART:                                                       !
        No further amendRents.
    PB    IN
      ESID G OFFI     SXXà
                 CER: (   TQR DEKOZIO)
        3rd   reading.     àl1 right. senate Bill 220. Senator
    Haravitz. Senator Harovitz seeks leave of the Body to return
    Senate Bill 220 to the Order of 2nd Reading for the purpose
    of an azendmeat.       Is leave granted? Leave is granted. 0n
    tbe order of Senate Bills 2nd Readinq is Senate Bill 220. Kr.
    Secretary: read the bill.
    SZCEETAEY:
       Amendment No. 2 offered by Senamor xarovitz.
    PBESIDING OfFI     SEE        zI
                  CXR: ( àTOB DE;g 0)
       Senator darovitz.
    5E:<TO: HAEOVITZ:
       ThaRk yoqww.thank yoq. vqty luch, :r. Presideat an; Iez-
    bers of   the Senate.      àxendment No. 2 corrects a...a true
    inequity that ve had previously placed in the legislation
    ghereas somebody vould be Qenied Qneopkoyzent...
    PRZSIDI#G OEFI     SEN
                  CER: ( àTOR DE:UzI0)
       Pardan...pardon mee Selator Karovitz. Could we have some

     re. lae Cud v h esm o e. lae a e
    odruppesaucusol Senatorvarovitz.dr pes. Cnw
    break t c
           he
              . es. e aK oe r                                        1
                                                                     k
    SENATOR HàRO7ITzz
       Tbank you, again, :r. President.      àmendment Xo. l..e2
    ratherw corrects an inequity that ve previously had in the
    legislatien which would deny soœebody aneaployaeat benefits.
    Had they been working for niae years and then committed a
                    Page 12 - Ràï 21: 1935
                                                                 i
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criœe in their tenth year. they gould be denied their bene-
fits previously.     @elve corrected tNis problem so that they
vill be...not be      denied   tbeir   anemployment   benefits
ifeo.if.u if theg had beea working for a period of time and
   n om     ed
the c mitt a crim    e. The aa endm              ide
                                   ent also prov s for a         ;
                                                                 !
basiness fine far narsing home facilities who fail to conduct    !
                                                                 I
background investigations. If they actually do aot or refase     !
                                                                 I
to conduct those backgroœnd investigations. tàen there vill
be a...a busiuess fine assesse; to get.x.agaiast them. no
criminal pênalties.     I would ask for the adoption of àmend-
   t o.
*ea : 2 to Senate :ill 220.                                      !
    ID G FI RZ ( Nà
PRBS IM OF CE        SE TOE D EH:ZIO)
    ê11 right. any discussion? Senator gatson.
SENàTO: @âT50B:
    Thank you: Kr. Presidenk. I:d like to ask a question of
the sponsor.
 n SD N F IE : sEàoR En I )
P BI I Go ec n ( NT D Kz o                                       1
    Indicakes ke uill yield. Senatoc ëatson.
SENàTO: %&Tso::
    DiG I understand you to say that sozebody tàat#s commit-
ke; a crime is going to be eligible nog for unemployment? Is
 h t ri e o m t e - . o b m l e ?
t a c z c z i t d e t t e e p oy r                               1
                                                                 1
 R S D N EF C R S N T E E Z O
P E I I GO I E : (E A O D HO I )                                 j
    Senator xarovitz.
SCNâTOR HàBOVITZ:
    Previously in *he legislation, if a...if a...a nursing

 z zpoe a ea akig o e e r n n à i
hoee l ye hd be vr n f rt n y as ad i te r                       I
              c
eleventh year 'omœitted a crile. they:re going to be terRi-
ae
R t d.                                                           1
          u à qs i n s h r go s e i-
         b t te q et o i . te p e iu l gs                        l
a i n . v t o t e o e h s m n m nt f . h t o d i e
t t o . a i h u b f r t i a e d e , i .. t a g o t m             I
h t he a e n o k n n a e n .
ka E y hd be gr iq a dhd b e a . a                               1
                                             o a g ..
                                             yu k o g a .a       1
regular ezployee: a loyal employee, ge don't vant to disturb     '
tbat ten-year period. Sqbseguent khereto, tbey#re terainaked
and nothinga..nothing fro? then onav.should they receive any
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benefiEs for.     khat..-what vi11 happen is wàen soœebody is
hiredw..when solebody is Nired and a cri/inal background
check is doneg then they vill not be eligible for any...any
uneœployœenk benefits if it has been found that they have
committed any crimes, but the good time that they vere work-
ing for a long period of tize aRd then subsequently had to go
thraugh khis check and subsequently comœitted a criaee wedre
aot goinq to penalize khem for...for...rekrospective...proper
employnente only for prospective criœes.
   SID G  ICE SEMà
PEB IN OFF R: (   TOE DEHUZIQ)
    Senator ëatson.
SENATOR QNTGON:
    ëhat...what kind of crime are...are ve...are we talking
about here?
 :B IN
P SID G OFFICEZZ      SEHA
                      ( TO; DE:UZIO)
    Senator Narovitz.
SZXATOE :àRO#ITzz
    The œffenses.oaall the offeuses are specifically eauaer-
ateë in the previous azendwent, Aœendment No. l...in factv
rat     ha   st
   her t n jq say any felon w ve..
                           y, e#  .in negot     n ith
                                           iatio v
tbe nqrsing home industry spelled oat th9 specific felonies
that this bill applies to.
 :B    G EF PZ (
P SIDIH O ICE       OB Eq 0)
               SEKAT D DZI
    Senator 'atsoa.
SEXàTOR @ATSON:
   Is-..is there a fiscal note been filed on this?    ghat#s
the cost of it?
    ID G    CE   S A       :UZ )
PRES IN OFFI R: ( EN TOB DE IO
    senator Narovitz.
SENATOE KàEO#ITZ:
    Keah. a fiscal noke vas requestede a fiscal note was
filed and tàe bill vas moved.
PRE     G EI     SEN
   SIDTN OF CEB: ( ATOR DEHUzIO)
   Senator %atsoa.
     %-
    %ï
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        SZMkTOR %àTS0x:
               :ow zuch is it? Mhat's the dollar iwpact?
        PRES    G
            IDIH O#FI     SEX OR EXUZI
                     CER: ( àT D      Q)
               seaator Karovikz.
        SENâTOE HAROVITZ:
               1he Depactment of Public             Hea1th          says    the     first   i
                                                                                            1
                                                                                            I
        year-..five handred thousand dollars.
        PRESIDING OFEI     SBN DR XU O)
                      CEPZ ( àI DE ZI                                                       I
               Senator Ratsona
        SE:ATOR QATSON:                                                                     ;
                                                                                            i
               s b usn oe nuty n upr f bs mu-
               I te nrkg bm iGsr k spato t i aeG                                            1
                                                                                            i
        zent? @àere are they at on it?
        PPESIDING OFFI     sEN
                      CERI ( ATOD DEdUzIO)                                                  !
                                                                                            '
                                                                                            1
                eao aoiz
               sntrqrvt.
        SENATOE Hà20%ITZ:
                                                                                            j
                                                                                            i
               1...1 have...tke nursiag home industrx, wàen this bill

         a n r d c d a o e . à d om bjc o s, a o e
        ? s i t o u e e h d s z . . a s e o e ti n à d s m                                  1
                        .
        problems. ke sat down with theœ, we put a...a rather exten-
         i e mn z n n o a e a e f 1 hi r b e: n
        s v a ed et o t tk c r o a1 te r pol a a d1                                         )
         h a t as
        t i k i h alleviate; a11 of their obj ns.
                                            ectio    They h e
                                                           av                               1
        aot enume             e ioa o          esul       me
                 rated any obj ct s t me as a r t of the a nd-
        ments: your staff and oar staff worked oat with tàe nursing
        home industry.
        PRE     G     CE
           SIBIK OFFI EZ ( NâSE TOR DEMBZIO)
            Further discussion? Senator darovitz àas moved the adop-
        tion of àmendment No. 2 to Senate Bill 220. Those in favor
        sigaify by saykug àye.             Oppose; Nay.             %he àyes bav: it.
         an a n o s d t d ut e m n e t
        à ed et N . 2i aope . Fr h ra edœns?                                                1
        SECBCTARK:
               'o further azendaents.
        PRESIDIN                                                                            I
                     G OFFIC    SENà
                            ER: (   TOR DE:UZIO)                                            '
               3rG reading.    312. senator Davidson seeàs leave of the                     !
        Body    to    return   senate Bill 312 to the Order of 2nd Reading
        for the purpose of an azendment. Is keave granted? Leave is

r
!   '                              - - -     -   = -.        - ..     --        .
                                                                           . - ..   .- .
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granted.     0n the order of Senate Bills 2nd Aeading is Seaate
Bill 312, ;r. Secretacy.
SECRZT&E':
     àmendzent No. l offered by Senator Davidson.
PEE     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SE OP H0ZI
             CER: ( NAT DE  :)
     Senator Davidson.
sE#<T0R DAVIDSONZ
     Hr. President and zenbers of the Senatey kàis amendâent
goqld strike everything after the title aad put ia language
 hic   ld  ... ather than j t rep
g : wou say r              us              nri
                                 eal tâe Su se àcte
this voald say that the Legislative Research onit wàich vas
created under tàe tegislahive Commission zeorganizatiaa Ac:
of     1984 should have the pogers to revie? and-..and zake a
recomaeaiation.ponew ideas or ae# liceasure or new part.      @e
thaq          :ou          ay      s@ e uldnê J st
    ght this s l; be sooe v t:at... v vo     t u
bave to deal gith a1l of these: there'd be a way far thew to
be checked out.                                         o.
                      I move the adoption of àœendnent N 1 to
312.
P:C     G
   SIDIN O#FICE     SEN TOB D
                9: ( à       EAUZIO)
    àny discnssion? àny discussioa? senator Davidson Nas
moved the adoption of kmend/ent No. 1 to Senate Bill 312.
'hose iu favor signify by saying àye. Opposed Xay. . Tbe àyes
have it. àzendzent No. 1 is adopked. Fuzther amendzents?
SECRETàRK:
     5o further amendments.
PRZSIDING OFFICCE: (SENàTOR DEBBZIO)
     3rd reading. senate Bill 350. senator    Berzan.    0n the
order of Senatew.wseaator Berlaa seeks leave of the Body to
retura Senate Bill 350 to the Ocder of 2nd neading for the
purpose af an aaqndment.       Is lqave qcaatqG?        Leave is
granted. On the Order of Senate 3il1s 2nd Reading is Senate
Bi11 350, :r. Secretary.
SECEBTAE':
     àzendzent No. 1 offered by Senator Bernan.
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PXESIDING OEFI     SEN
              CER: ( ATOR DESUZIO)
    Senator Berman.
SCKATOR BE9:âN:
    Thank you. àmendnent :o. 1 is a technical ameadzeat. I
zove the adoption of àkead/eat No. 1.
   SID G
PRZ IX OFEICB   SE TOR D
             R: ( NA    EK0zI0)
    Senator Berzan has zoved the...all righte Senator Beraan
has Koved the adoption of âmendment :o. 1 to senate Bill :50.
âRy discqssioa?      lhose in favor signify :y saying àye.
opposed Nay. rhe àyes àave it. àaendaent No. 1 is adopted.
Fqrtàer amendments?
SECRBTâRY:
    àmendnent No. 2, by Senator Kelly.
   SID G
PHB IN OFFICE   SEHà
             E: ( TO: 9:KUZIO)
    Senator Kelly.
SENATOR KEtLYI
    Ihank yoag 5r. Presiëen: and Keabers of khe Senate. Tbe             l
mnmn àt ' feig n eae ik 5 s ey ii
aêdetta Iœofrn o snk Bl 10i vr sl-                                      1
                                                                        I
1ar too.xin fact. itds..-exactly t:e same as Senate Bill 969
vbic: vas coasidered iu the senate Education Com/ittee and
woul; reguire skqdents *ho area..before they can enroll iu a            '
driver's educakion course: they.o.they vould have to pass û
Kinimun cozpetency test in readinq, in vriting and arithme-
tic. And. ladies and gentlemen,         I       caanat   think    of
any...qnything tàat is more of an incentive to a yoqng person
h n o e bl o r v e i l y
t a t b a e E d i e a v N c e aad                 this is aa issue      1
                                                                        1
hi h er o . a o t n o o r o s i u n y e a s         a
w c is v y o i p r a t t y u c n t t e c b c q e I h d                  (
 e t t i t h u a d q s i n ai e s i g o o m n s
s n ou s x y t o s n q e t o n r s a k n f r c R e t                    1
abaut educational reforœ and T received a great many vho are
                                                                        !
tnterested in going back to the basics of reaGing an4 writiag           I
and aritbwetic. This is a szall effort to try to reforz edu-
cation   in Illinoîs and to take advantage of the incentive of
                                                                        l
young    people's     driving,    and       I      really        feel
tàat...would...appreciate any sqpport tbat I can receive on
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    this anë I would move for the adoptioa aad be pleased to
    ansver any questions that œight be raised.
    PBZ     G FI     GE T0R n
       STDIN OF CER: ( Nà    E;UzI0)
        àny discussion? Senatar Keats.
    SENATOR KE&1S:
       Thaak youe :r. Pceskieat aad Ladies anG Gentleaen of tàe
    Seaate. I hope everyone vas listening to this aaeudment.    I
    hadq't heard of it before this moment, but it sure sounds
    like an interesting amendment. Coald I ask a...a qaick gues-
    tioa of kàe sponsor?
    PRES    G
        IDIX OFFI     SEN OE 2:ë O)
                 CER: ( âT D ZI
        Indicates àe will yield. senator Keats.
    SENATOE KEATSZ
        khat yoaere saying is, State subsidized driver education:
    a stuient aay not enroll kn that class till he has passed
    proficiency testing in readinge writing and whatever. In
    other vordsv in order for hi* to be sqbsidized to lcarn to go
    aut and drive a car that he doesn't have insurance on, we at
    least are going to make sure he's literate. Is.-.is that
    vhat youere sayiag?
    PRES    G
        IDIN OFFI      S A       :OZ
                 CER: ( EN TOR DE IO)
        Senator Kelly.
    SEMATOD K:ttf:
        yes. that's..-that.s what I am saying.e.that this would
    be the.o.pnerequîsite in order to be enrolled in a driver's
    education program. and: yesy that's true we are goiag to make
    t:ak a.a.that part of the program.
    PA      G   ICE SENâ
      XSIDI' O'F DZ ( TOP DEd;ZI0)
        Senator Keats.
    SExâT0R KXàTS:
        ...      oûl  st k
              1 u d jû as my col     es       ena  o
                                leagu in t:e s te t sup-
    port tàe aaeadment.     I admit it's a little sneaky, but ik's
    a heck of an idea. How else do you motivate soae of these
    kids to finally become..oat the bottoz end of t:e class to
                   Page 18 - Kàï 21v 1985




get them literatq? I coRaend the sponsor for his idea.
PRASID      FI     S TOZ D
      ING OF CEZ: ( ENà   EKBZIO)
    Further discussion? Senator Berman.
SEN&TOR 3EB:àN:                                            '
   Thank yoq, Kr. President. Before ny fciend Senator Keats
gets so excited about :o* simple aad wonderful this is. 1ay I
  st gges th v take a s
jq su    t at e        econd look at ik.            Right nowe
yoq bave a systgm ka-o.installed ia a1l of our schools
throughout the state where driver's education is a prograw
provided for a11 of our stadents. I presuœe that it is there
because ià serves a purposey and we will get to a debate on
that issue perhaps in a gery short wàile; but for purposea of
aur discussion at this paiat, T think ve ùave to say tbat
vhea ve passed the driver's educatian legislation, ve ;id it
because we felt tkat drkver's edqcatioa uas an important part
of tbe total education of all of our students kbroaghout the
State of Illinois. Likewisey this bill addresses other pro-
graus which   we    think   are   also      important,   includ-
inga.,including the requirezent of a phase-in of competency
exaainations at the third: sixtN, eightà aad tenth grades in
       e bj
tbe saœ sq ect matters that Senator Kelly is reflrring to;
nazely, matheaaticsy reading and laaguaqe acts. Nov. LaGkqs
and gentlemen: we have in effect agceed vith senator Kelly,
but in a wore realistic approach. fou canxa.yoq will be
iecilating al1 of the progcals Gealing with dciver's ed. if
this ameadment is adopted this morning, because you do not
have a systewe Statewide: of competency testiug pluqged in
yet.. If Seaator Kelly either withdraws or we Gefeat tkis
ameudzent: kàis amendaenk zight zake sense in ab@ut tvo years
vhen the competency tests that are: in facte recoamended ia
Senate Bills 350 and 351 as part of the reforz moveMent arey
in fact: in place, bat at the present time tbey're not in
place. s@, T vould suggest that aside froz tàe ideae and the
   a    ot           t   s ust not at th rig ti
ide is n a bad oae bu it' j             e   ht aey I
                    Page 19 - ;àf 21, 1985




goqld urge a No vote on AlendKenE No. 2
 RE IN
P SIB G OFFI     SE TOR ;
            CER: ( Xà    E5BZIO)                                       I
    turther discussion? Senator Eaxell.
SENATOE FA@ELL:                                                        l
    Thank yoqe very zu     r. eside
                      chg 5 Pr     nk. I happ to ag
                                             en    ree                 i
                                                                       I
kitk ly colleagqe oa this siiq of t:e aisle anG. - . and Senator       I
Kelly. Bnfortanately, it is true, ke do not have tàe compe-            !

tency testing in place right now. but we do have children who          q
are tryi    o ek t
        ng t g         h gh choo an i w wa tv
                  hroug hi s    lg d f e it o                          I
 oe er eoe e e          e y hn n lc         * f ai
D r y a s b f r v g t ev r t i g i p a ee I* a r d                     1
 e r o n o av n g l o f i s r da t n r
v . e g i g t h e a a fu 1 t o k d g a a i g o . . . or                i
                                                                       t
                                                                       I
leaving school who doa't know hov ta read and    grite.   Tàere
 s o r at r o k a k a o    i e? r xe n e r 1
i n g e e k t v t o f r a f fte o si t e y a o â                       1
thaa getting behind that vheel. and having :ad four.oofoar
teenagers that...tàat...l survived that..othat went through
this: I think that this probably is going ta be tàe thing
zore than anything else that vill get these kids to start
 rc ig h ok n tr e r ig t es o e f h
c a k n t e b o s a d s a t l a n n a ta t s m o t e                   1
                                                                       1

    c n enta
basi fu daa lsv and I woql; suggestv aga     o
                                        in. t my                       $
colieagues they do sapport this azendzelt.
 SE    G         SE5 T0; 9Eq O)
P SIDIN O'EICER: ( à        UZI
                                                                       !
   Fûrther Giscnssion? Senator Kaàtlaaâ.
SENATO: NAITLAND:
    Thaak you. very Muchv ;r. President and Ladies and
GeRtlezen of the Genate.    Ia    ci
                              ppre ate Senat Be
                                            or rzan' c -
                                                    s om               :
                                                                       I
zents on this issue.   He and I happen to be cosponsors
of-..of...of the reform legislatioa. ànde Senator Kelly. let
me suggest to you that.p.that this is a concept whose time,
qqite fraakly. sklply has not come. Regaxdless of how one
f                   atio  e ' o us on'    k oday.
 eels on driver educ n, th tw j t d t trac t                           (
                                                                       1
aaâu .an; I1a very concerned t:ate-.that if we gere to put         '
                                                                       I
tEis alendlent on, as Senator Berlaa has sqggestede tbat ge
                                                                       I
then throw aqt a1l of khe.a.all tNe Eesting at...at those
variaqs grade levels. fhree. six, eight and ten tha: we are
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    ao# about. rhat's the systez that velre trying to build in.
    :ot too..diminisà the.a.the consensus you have for reforzg
    bqt please allow qs to do khis tbing one step at a tiuey and
    I vould urge the Body to oppose this alendment.
     EE IN     ICE SEHA
    P SID G OFF P: (   TOB DEd0zIO)

           u te ic si n e N r e l a ls
          e rh r is us o ?snao Kl y2 yc oe.                           j
    SENATOR KELLI:
                     lr. President an; zembers of the senate.
          Thank you, l                                                '
    To..ato respond to some of the comments that were made; for
    ole thingy there is nok aa effective iate on thks bill: an; I
    certainly wouldnêt have any problea ia tbe House of extesding
    tNe date to atlow time for this program to be instituted.
    @hether or not this will vreck driver's education, Iêge got
    coaceras ovec vhetNer or not the program at this present time
    is evea...an effective program and this would even iaprove
    it.     If veere goiag to keep driver's eiucation: tben we
    shauld have it in its best possible forze and 1...1 @ould
      st        oar  rabl
    jû ask for y favo e aâoptkoa of àleudu     o.
                                          ent % 2 to
    senate Bill 350.
    PREGIDENT:
          A1l right. Senator Kelly has moged the adoption of Amend-

    e t o. o e a e i 1 5 . a t e i cu s o T o .
    m n 5 2 t S n t B 1 3 0 e r h r d s s i n? I n t                  4
    al1 in favor indicate by saying âye. à11 opposed. opinign
    of tEe ChaiD: the Noes bave it.           Roll call has been
                                               s
    reqqested. Those in favar of Senator Kelly' àaendzent #o. 2
    vill vote Aye. Tàose opposed wi1l vote Nay. The votinq is         4
                                                                      1
    opea. Have a1l voted who vish? Have a11 voted *ho visâ?
    gave all voted who vish? Have al1 voted vho wisb? Take the
                                                                      1
    record. On kha: qqestion, there are 21 âyese 22 Nays, none
.   Foting Present. àmendaent :o. 2 is adopted. Furkher awend-
    meuts?
    SCCRETAPT:                                                        .
                                                                      I
          Amendaent :o. 3 offered by Senator Sc:affer.
    PAESIDENT:
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                                                                i
     e a o ca f r h mn mn . -
    S n t r S h f e o à e d e t Xo 3                            l
SENATOR SCHAEFER:
   This amendment is the...this version: I gqess I should
                                                                i
                                                                i
s&y of tbe aMen4Meate is the azendment which simply says tàat
if we arentt going to cole up with khe œoneyy we aren't goinq   l
to mandate the programa No* :his a solevhat different ver-      .
                                                                I
sian of the amendment because of the co/plexity of tàis par-    '
                                                                i
ticqlar bilt. Let le sqggest to you that I happen to person-    I

ally believe that these two bills may verg well be t:e vehi-    I

 l s or b e v n a l o s e i l t r n y u s
c e f v at w e e tu l y d a a t g s a u e, a d a g e s          j
is tàat what vill come out of the debate in botà Houses and     k
the interactian of the groûps and the Governorxs Office kill    !
                                                                i
be sole form of co/promise dravn together in the final days

 f à e so . h n t s zo t n o h e ae o o
a te Ss in I t iki ' i p ra tf rt e Sn t t g                    j
an record and go on record gery clearly about not zandating
things we arq aot prepared to pay foc. Nov this amendment
siaply says, and 1*11 hope everyone will tisten a little bity
tàat a school district can..oapply to the skate Board of Eda-
cation if coapliaace vith the zaadates in t:e àct caase a cut
în the basic educattoûal pcogral. Hy concern is that we are
   ng o ass
goi t p so nany maa         n e t            t ag
                   dates dov her tha we aren' goi               1
                                                                !
to fund that yhen the smoke clears the districts are going to   l
                                                                I
                                                                I
have to hire fifteen more adaiqistrators to shuffle papers
     ay f teen t hers.
and l of fif    eac                                             1
                                o oo y ? e n o oy
                               N ?n bd ea d Im a u bd w         '
                                                                t
thinks tNat's what edecational refocz is and yet in oar         I
                                                                1
well-intended rush towards reforz: thak *ay be the eud result   I
                                                                I
in many districts #ho because of the action of the carrent
Gchoel àid eormula will not bave their landates fanded; and     I
if that's t:e case, none of us wank Eo go back to our dis-      I
tricts and hear fro? our school districts that they had to      '
                                                                (
lay off frontline teachers. maybe soze of their best teach-
                                                                I
erse Eo cozply gità the zandates of tNisa..that this Legis-
 atur     t
l e has pq forvard. Be bappy to a                on.
                                 nsger any guesti :ut           1
I believe the Senate shoqld clearly go on record on this
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issue.
PEZSIDXNT:
   A1l right, Genator Sckaffer has moved the adoption of
àmendment xo. 3. Discussion? senator Haitland.
SXNàTOR HàITLAMD:
   Thank you, very zucàe :r. Presideat and Ladies and
Gentle/en of the Seaate. à question of the sponsor. if he#11
yield.
PRESIDENT:
    Sponsor indicates he#ll yield, senator qaitland.
SENATOE 'AITLàMD:
    SeBator Schaffer: 1...1 understan; your        frqskration
because I share those saae frustrations. :ou aad I...you aad
I have discqssed this ia the past. I gûess my question is
thisg wbat Act are you referring to in the amendment?
Doe     s is...j
   s.aai th          he egi ati hat w
                qst t l sl on t           eê oped to
                                     e-a.w d h
pass this Spring or does this include a11 the aaniates?
PEESIDBNT:
    senator Schaffer.
SENATOB scHAFeEE:
    The.aareferencee obvioqslye is to this bill and gill also
be on 351 siace         have an idenkical amendment passed. 'y
qeneral cozâents, vbich I did qot aean to confuse you one are
because I don't think this bill as it leaves the Senate gill
be the final versioa.        I think the final version vill be
vocked out perEaps ia Senator Rock's Office aboqt June 27th.
28th, if weere organized. 29th: 30th. if we aren4t. apd I
want to get this amendzent on as aany bills as passible so
that vhen those people, anG ge Gonlt know exackly wbo those
people arey assemble in that rooze that ve clearly have the
Senate's intent not to savagee and I use the terœ savageg tàe
basic educatioa progrils of many of the districts in the
State gbo get lkttle or aot*ing fron the State in the form of
fiaancial support.
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PRESI9ENTZ
    Senator Kaikland.
S;#àTO2 KAITLAXD:
   Thank yoqe Kr. President. Senator scàaffer. oace agakay
I qnderstand your fruskration. I vould sqggest to the Body
that as weRre Gealing with reforœ over kàe next several days.
at same point within the next six veeks ge are also going to
be dealing with funding and...and the...I...I think it's very
Gifficul: to interpret this.a.Ehis kind of an aaendment and
really vhat it purports to do.        1...1 agreee      Senator
                               t
Schaffer. ve...*e vill be dealirg vith this issue probably in
Conf    ce
    eren Coamitt              d o u
                eeg and I woul t j st su          he ody
                                        ggest to t B
tNat..at*at it migbt be appropriate to oppose this amendwent
at this time.
PECSIDE#T:
    further discqssioa? Senator Berzan.
SENATOR BER:àN:
    Thank youe dr. President. I also rise il opposition to
tbis aœendment. @hat you#re doing here is to allo? the state
saperinteadent to becote a super Legislatqce. %ben we pass
legislations, and especially in      this    Sessione    wheree
hapefqllyg ve vill pass sope leaningful reforms aud fund
those zeforzse we expect those reforls with our passage of
tbose bills to be carried oqt. Dnder this langqage: gàicb I
   ld
woq saggest is very b       d er agu        t re at
                     road an v ; v e, I'* no su vh
basic education prograœ is district to district and they vill
be able under this kiad of alendweat to come in and say, for
exampley we don't gant to test our children iR...in grades
three: six. eight and ten because ve Qay have to do avay gità
a...a program that involves our football teame g:ich
think..ovhich that superinkendent may think is basic or some
ather type of program vhich is strictly one that is in favor
at that local level. I don't tàink that's the ?ay we want
aur schools to operate. If we:re going to say that there
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ought to be something done aad wel going ta fand thel,
wKich is the commitment of all of the leaders involved in
this prograu and I think al1 of the zembers of both Housese I
don#t think khat this bill adds anything and vill probably
allov some opt-outs of programs whtch we tàinà ought to be
Gone and undertakea in the schools. I urge a go vate.
PEESIDENT:
    Senator   Schaffer.    àny further discussion?   Furtùer
discussion? senator Schaffer, you vis: to close?
SXNATO: SCKàFFER:
    Dhe yeah. I doabt thaE the colbiaed resoarces of :0th
political parties an; staff in elthec House coutd draft an
amendment to accomplish vhat I want tàat my tvo colleagues
gould find accgptable.      Had ve gone into detaily it vould
Nave been too restrictive; had we done vha: ve did vhic: was
trx and provide a mechanisu for relief, tàen it's toa qen-
eral. Frankly, vhat the azenduent says ise if ve...and I#ïe
by tbe uayv Geligbtq; to bear a1l tbis talk on tbq 21st of
:ay about funding reform. 5yy God, it.s glad to :ave...I#n
 us   ad o  e at n      bl       at'   s àe st
j t gl t àav th o tàe ta e now tà s itê t 21
of day: aad you'11 pardoa Re if 1 believe it uhen I see ite
but I serîoasly suggest to :he aezbers heree if you vant to
go back to yoar districts and find out..ethose of you and
there's virtually tvo-thirds of us...three-foqctNs of us Eere
*ho have diskricts that get very little froa the state: and
find oqt that we have gutted the basic educaEion prograzse
then doq't support the amendment. It's iuportaat that if ge     I
zaadate tàings we don't pay fore the school districtse and we
all purport ào believe in local controly have :he option to
petition the skate board for relief, and I donety by tàe way,
                                                                $
believe the State board is going to be frivotous; if I could
                                                                I
  nd
fi a u     bj ct   la
      ore o e ive p ce to petitione I probably weuld.
 h yl u t e ' o h. h o y h n y d f h i
T e e l . h y ll d t e n t e j b I t i k an i t e d s-          1
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triets have a legitimate casee they can lake it tkere and I
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   e      at oard vi be f
hop the st e b      ll   air. I wo appre
                                  uld   ciate a roll             !
call oa t*is. vNat I cousider, fairky importank alenâment.       k
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PRBSIDENT:                                                       1
    1 ih :
    âl rg t       Seaator ScNaffer has ûoved tbe adoption of     1
àmeadzent No. 3 to Senate Bill 350. Those in favor of the        !
                                                                 '
                                                                 I
 mn mn i l oe g. hs p oe i1 o e a . h
ae de t vl v t & e T o eo p sd v1 vt Ny T e                      1
                                                                 :
Foting is open. Have all voted who visà? Have a1à voted who
 ih ae 1 oe h ih ae h eod n ht
gs? Hv a1vtdwows? Tk te rcr. 0 ta                                1
question:    there are 27 Ayes, 25 Nays: 1 voting Present.       4
                                                                 j
â/endment No. 3 is adopked. Furhher amendments?
SBCEETàRY:                                                       :
                                                                 i
    àzendment Ho. % offered by Senazoc Relch.                    I
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PXESIDZNT:                                                       i
    senator Qelch.                                               j
SZN&TOB @EICHZ                                                   d
                                                                 1
    Thank you, :r. PresiGent. I woul; ask that that amendpent
                                                                 1
be laid on the Table.
PZESIDENTI                                                       '
                                                                 1
    Mell, you can.m.yeahe you caa withdrav that one.   àaend-
ment :as been vithdrawn. Further aaendMents. :r. secretary?      '
SECZETAEK:                                                       1
                                                                 1
    I had two amendaents by Senator @elch. Amendœent No. %:      '
by senator @elcN.
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PRESIDEXT:                                                       !
    Senator @elch on àRendnent No. %.                            l
                                                                 i
  XAT
SZ OR 9EtCH:                                                     i
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   Thank yoae :r. President.        This amendmeut does tvo      I
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tNings; nu                 ct
          /ber one. it affe s the bill as far as the             i
N
tree-lember    h                nv ved a str ke th to
                earin P
                     g anel is i ol     nd  i s at
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                                                                 1
retarn ko the status qua aad;         secondly,   it   permiks   l
the...itp.wi d
            t eals with th nonp a
                          e                  or p
                               rej dicial err as ect of          I
                                                                 i
tàe bill that vas discussed in the Eleuentary and Secondary
Educatioa Coe/ittee, and let me deal gith the tàree-meœber       '
Nearing panel first. Tàe carrent law is that when a teacher
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is disnissed, the teacber and the school board is provided a
list of five prospective iœpartial bearing officers.      T:e
iœpartial officers zust zeek two requireœenks; tàat ise tàey
 e c r dt d y  at o al r i r t o r a i é i n n ;
b ac e ie b a n i n ab ta in o gn zt o a d                       1
secondly, not be a resident of the scbool district. T:e

 ec e n c o i k c à l ihn i e as
t ah r a d s hol dsrit s al vt i f v d y                         1
alternatively strike one name from the list of fiFe until one

 e s n e a n hi l o s a h i e o t i e h a e f
p r o r a i s. T s a l w e c s d t s r k t e n m s o             i
those àearing officers they feel gould be less favorable to

 h i a e n te od , à yt z n ue w at a iy
' erc s . I oh rw rs te ss e e s rs ip ri lt                     j
 o o: ie . ent il 5 o l el c h q rn
f r b t sd s S ae B l 30v ud r pa et ec re t                     i
i                                                                1
  pr il ern f ie y tz t                em nn
 m a t a h a i g o f c r s s e vi h a p r a e t                  j
 he - eb r e rn a e. h l ios d c t@ s o i-
t re n œe h ai g pa k T e Il ni E ua in âs ca                    1
tiohe the Illinois Federaàion of Teacherse the Illinois Asso-
  aki         ol ards and the Ill
ci on of Scho Bo                              oci
                                     inois Ass ation of          1
                                                                 I
School àdzinistrators al1 opp      is ecti        e ll
                             ose th s oa of Senat Bi             j
350. The reasons for the opposition are as follovsl nqlber       I
                                                                 !
one, khis bill would redqce the lkkelibood of impartialitg       i
for botb si4es; secondlyg it would iacrease the Nearkng costs    t
by at least three hundred percent; third, it gould Qaàe it
barder to scbedale hearinqs: foqrtbv it voqld kake longec to     l
zake decisions; fifthg i: woul; delay the whole bearing proc-    I
ess. Xo group registered support for tNis t:cee-lelber Near-
                                                                 i
ing panel and there is really no reason to replace the izpar-
 il eaig f ie s y t h n
ta h rn o fc r s selge a11 parties coRcerne; agree               1
that it vorks well for both sides. The sgcond aspect of the
bi11... the second aspect of the bill eacoucaqes schoot boards
                                                                 I
not to follow the regqirezents for honorably diszissing a
 e c e r or i i s n       ec e o a s . u t a
t a * r o f d sm s i g a t a h r f r c q e I s e de it           1
 a e r a s h c a c r e i s v n t e or s à a
I k s e r r v i h m y ocu p rm s i e; i o h r v d e w e          1
a local board fails to adhere to ohe of tNe regûirements,        1
                                                                 I
                                                                 1
                                                                 .
sucà as a procedural safeguard, tbe diszissed teacher vould
                                                                 I
not be entitled to qse it as a defease to Gkslissal as loug      1
as there was a finding ef vrongdoing at tàe end of the hear-
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ing. às Dany courts have notedy the tenure laws are designed
to protect teachers from political. partisan or arbitrary
considerations indealing with local boards. This protection
is provided by requiring local boards to follow certaia
procedqral steps in dismissing teachers.     Tàe harder sub-
stance of tenure is tàe procedural safeguards provided in tâe
Statutes.     Senate Bill 350 would Qake these reguirenents
zeaningless by perœitting local boards to cozmik procedural
errors.     The cqrrent requirements woqld become no aore tàan
guidelines for local boards to follow.       Of the dismissal
Eearings ta datee segenty-five percent of the cases àave
resulte; ia Gistissals or resighatious of teacùers.      This
system has been gorking an; tbis section of Senate bill 350
vould significantly veaken the due process rights of teacà-
ers: and I goœld qrge sqpport of tbks alendment foc those tko
chaages.
PEESIDENT:
    Al1 right: Senatar Helch has moved the adoption of Amend-
Rent No. @ to senate 9ill 350. Is there any discussion?
senator nerlan.
SENATOR BERRàNZ
    @elle thank you. I find it interestinga.ppart of vhat we
a11 hear frop tiœe to tiaee especially froa khe school admin-
istrators and the school board association, is that they can
never eliminate incoKpetent teachers from the system. The
provision in tbe billy vhich this amendment seeks ko deletee
vould create a perœanen: body of three aeabers that would
hear dislissal proceedings agaknst teac:ers. It is tbe pur-
pose of t     o ud
         his t le a zore stable, pecRa     udi al pe
                                      aeat j ci ty
of process. I find it interesting that t*e School Boar;
àssociation    is in favor of tbis amendment and the scbool
adpiaistrators are apparently in favor of tàis amendment when
a11 t:e time we hear about bow tàe present systeœ doesn't
vorà. ghat the billa..proposes to do and the amendment seeks
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    to take out is to Rake a permaneat body vhicN coqld issqe
     pini          d erve as p eden
    o ons that woul s         rec tsy               sort   of   a      1
      ni      er smiss court so t y v
    mi -teach di         al            :at ou ould have a basis        I
          v
    to kRo . aâxiuistrators vould have a basis to know w:at's a        !
    good ground to get...kic: a teacher out that.s iacompetent         1
                                                                       I
    n ht s n n af cen ru d nt a f h o sa t
    ad va i a is fi i t go n i se d o t e c nt n                       1
                                                                       1
     rc s n h o sa t h nn y : co l o r s oi -
    po es ad t ec nt n wi ig b t es ho Ba d As ca                      1
     ka n N G k s ctos ear n b t b y a e ik
    t o a G t e a mhit a r r g iigt a t e c nt k c                     1
    out any incompetent teacàers. Nov, I would suggest to you
    thate notvïtbstanding what senator :elc: has said is their
    position on thise this amendnent is not in tNeir best inter-
    ests. I vould urge a No gote.
    PEZSIDZNT:
        Further discqssion?     Is there any further discqssion?
    Senator Kaitland.
    SENATOE KAITLANDZ
        Tàank yoq, very muchg :r. President' and Ladies and
    Gentlemen of the Senate.      This is an issue thatw..that ve
    deliberated on a long tize ghen Me were fiaalizing our
    collission report.     vktNoqt question, as Senator Berzan :as     i
    indicated, this is an issae that as ve took testimoay across
    tNis State ?as br          s .. r
                     oqght to u by. f oa...         ye ery
                                           froz eger ev              ' 1
                                                                       I
    seg/ent of the State...every segœent of the State. There are       '
    over a hundred khoqsan; keachers kn Iltinois aa; t:e year          I
    preceding the debate on school reforl, seven...seven cases         1
                                                                       :
     g: e   ght o
    g r brou t a conclu              er     red ou nd.
                       sion out af ov a hund th sa                     I
                                                                       I
    Xow as Seaator Berman has indicatede we can...begin to build
                                                                       1
    a reservior, a bank of inforlation. ke uikl have tbe saae
     e pe e ln i h d ct oa s qs o oe n h s
    p o l da i g wt e ua i n lis e ,n t s ao e vo i                    1
                                                                       i
    totallyo..totally unassociated wit: edqcation and no knogl-
    edge of education bqt people who uaderstand the educational
    process. I think this is a good azeldlenta.wl think kkis is
                                                                       !
    a bad a/endment and should be defeated.                            I
    PQESIDENT:


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   àll right, further discussion? àny furtàer discussion?
Senator gelch. you wish to close?
SE:&Ton @ELCHI
   Yes. Kr...Hr. Presiient. Let œe try to answer briefly.
if I could: ay distinguished colleagues' opposition.         They
are saying that the.-.the currenk systea doesnlt work and yet
the facts that I have shov that seventy-fige percent of the
cases have resulted in diswissals or resignatioas of tàe
teachers.        Seconity. tEe good Seaator has indicake; khat
tàe...ve are setting ap a legal process here but the use of
an arbiter is in itself the existeace of a legal process.
dany insurance policies carry a requirement that the àmerican
krbitration Associakion have a iesigaateë acbiter for each
case. I happen to be an..oarbikrator lyself. There are cer-
tain arbitrators that can be utilized tbat can develop a body
of kaowledqe, you caa contknue to have your preceâents built
up by using different arbitrators. It's not as if these indi-
vidqals can render opinions and then disappear into tàin air.
I don#t think that is the problem. I think the problem is
whether ve want to coqtinue a systez that is less costly tàan
a three-aeœber permanent panel.          This systewe if we have
three peraanen: melberse we're going ko have to pay each
a...the same fee of...I think itês t*a âundred and fiftr
dollars a day. There4s going to he tEree of the? kastea; of
one.       The     addikional   cost   of.a.of   courseg   neces-
sary...secretariese other egaipmenk is going to make this
quite burdensome; and for those reasonse I vould urge aupport
of àlendment No. 4. Thalk you.
PRESIDENT:
   .. .   qqestion is the adoption of àmendœent #o. % to senate
Bi11 353. Thase iq faFor will vote àye. Those opposed gill
vote Nay.        Tàe voting is open. Eave a11 voted wào gish?
Have all voted vho wish? Have a1l voted vNo vish? Take the
record. 01 that qqestion. tbere are 33 Ayesy 18 Nays. none
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    voting Present.          àMeadneht No. q ks adopted. If I can àave                 j
                                                                                       1
    your attention, there is a :r. tondon, a photograpber frol                         1
                                                                                       1
    the Dusable 'useu? in Chicagog who eishes to take...ask leave
                                                                                       !
    to take soae photographs. ne is seated up in tàe public gal-                       I
    lery and #i11 be shooting photographs fron the gallery if
                                                                                       1
        e
    leag is granted. kithoat objectio le e i gra
                                     nv av s    nted, :r.                              ë
    London.         On :he Order of Senate Bills 3rd Eeading...l beg
                                                                                       I
    yoar parâon. an# further aoeudzeats?
    SECDETREY:                                                                         i
       No fqrther amêndments.                                                          i
                                                                                       !
    PEESIDZNT:
       3rd reading. 0n the Order of Senate Bills 3rd :eadingy
    top of page 11v is Senate Bill 351. Senator daitlaad seeks
                                                                                       I
    leave of the Body to return that bill to the Order of 2nd
    Readiag for purposes of aa amendzent. Is leave granted?
    Leave is granted. On the order of Senate Bills 2nd Readinge
    Senate Bill 351, Kr. secretary.
    SECEETàRK:
       Awendzeat No. 2 offere; by Geuator Maitlaad.
    PEESIDENTZ
       Senafor saitland on àmendment :o. 2?
SCHT R :
'E E A T
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        2a .
    PRESIDENT:
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        2.                                                                             1
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       IT    ITLà
    SZM OR Aâ KD                                                                       i
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!
       Thank xou, :r. President.                àzendment No. 2 does three
     àiag t    ges nc
    t s. I chan Pri ipals' Acadeœy t Adn
                                    o   inistcatocs'                                   i
    âcademy. that is tec:nical in aature. Nuaber tvoy it cleans                        1
    up and cl     es e erlissi e l age i r aris
             arkfi th p       v angq    n eg                               to scùaol   1
    boards establishing full-day kindergarten programs and reiz-
    bûrsement of sach.           ghat we:re suggesting here is that we
encoqrage full-time              kiadergarten     and      if       schools       do
Nave...full-time kindergartene they ville ia facte be reim-

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birsed tbrough t%e formula; anë tbirde ito..it states that
students sixteene seventeen and eighkeen year olds 2ay take
the GED test providing that k*e principal of tâe last scàool
attended certifies in writing that expanded options available
Nave been exhausted and tàat :he parent and legal guardian
of..eof any miaor gives his or her writken approgal andva.and
finallyy specifies tàat the State board shall pay tke
Gzn..othe GED application fee and the GED certificate fee for
sucà students. I would move for its adoption.
PECSIDEXTI
    Senator xaikland has aoved tàe adoption of àmendment No.
2 to Senatq Bilt 551. Discassion' Senator Keats.
SE#ATOR KEàTs:
    à qqestion of the sponsor.
PRCSIDBXTZ
    Sponsor indicates he#ll yieldg Senator Keats.
SENàTO: KEâT5:
    John, 1...1 think I know the ansver but I'* asking you
again 'cause I think there's some puzzled faces here too.
This bill...puts the State in tàe business of funding a1l day
kindergarten. Is that correct?
PEESIDEMT:
    Senator saktlahd.
S:N&TOR HAITLAND:
    Thank yoa. Senakor K                iss e.
                        eats. It is perz ig             u
                                                    IE j st
siaply says.o.therqês no zandate for full-tize kindergarten.
I think this has been...been perceived as Kandatiag full-tize
ki       te       es  te àe posit
  ndergar n. It da qui * op      e. It ju     gge
                                         st su sts
that.o.that schools ought to consider fqll-ti/e kindergarten
and if they do àave full-time kindergarten, tàey sàould...in
fact, be reimbursed by the state.
PRXSIDENT:
   senator Keats.
SENATOR KE&TS:
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   Qkayy that was Ry ûuderstanGihg.          I think a11 of us
should think a molenà. If yoe:ve ever talked ko-..càild Psy-
cNologists or if you:ve ever had a prolonged conversatioa
vith a five year oldy not only shoqld we not be encour-
aging...in fact: somedays by the time we gek out of some of
aur caucuses ve tàink we're talking to five year olds, bqt
thutês...we#ve al1 been like that somedays...do we waat...
PZXSIDE#T:
    further discussion? Is tàêre any furtàez discussion?
Selator Donahue.
SENATOR D0NAng::
    ïes, a qqestion of tNe sponsor.
PRESIDXNT:
    Spoasor indicates he#ll yield: Senator Donahue.
SENATO: DONAH;EI
   T:ank you.       In tbe-.-kn tbe reiRbqrsement for al1 daF
Fersus half-day kindergarten. is there any difference in tàat
reklbursement or is it..sis it the saze regardless?
PZESID;#T:
    Senator qaitland.
SENATO: HAITLAXD:
    Thank you...thank you, Kr. President. Obvioqsly. if we
goqld reimbarse they are...preseatly they are reiwbqrsed on a
balf-day basis.     Ifm.-if it vas full-tizee they voqld be
r       e;
 eimburs on a full-tize basi    et e
                            s. t m suggest, qr. Pcesi-
deat: this amendment is really only technical and this might
be an issqe we...might want to debate on 3c4 readiag.
PRESIDE:TZ
   I thilk tNa: poink is vell taken. Senator :aktland has
aoved the adoption of àmendment :o. 2 to senate Bill 35 1.
àhy fûrtber discussion? If notv all in favor iadicate by
saying Aye.    àll opposed. Tàe Ayes Eave it. The azendment
is adopted. eurther amendments?
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k
I       âmendzent No. 3: by Seaator Kaitland.
l    RS D N:
    P EI ET
        Seuator KaitlanG ou àteadment No. 3.     Senator 'aitland.
    SBAATOE KAITLANDZ
       lhank you, very Qqchy :r. President. Senate àœendmeat
    @o. 3 is the amendœent that restores...restores the exeaption
    for eleventh and tvelfth grade P.E. to the bill.       Ia t:e
    original package as introduced by.a.bg mey senate Bill 351
    sqggested that for grades eleven and twelve a stqdent be
    allowed to @pt out of P.E. under...under three conditions.
    Xamber onee for t:at stqdent wbo needed repediation. for
    exaKple, was getking close to graduation: vas àaving diffi-
    cqlty vith a particular acadêzic course should be alloved to
    be exempt from P.E. Secondlye for the colleqe bound student
    wbo needs more academic courses for college entrance, they
    should be atlowed to opt ouk of P.E. if tNose two courses
    came at the same tiuee and finally, for the student atàlete.
    Poklt nalber three, the studeat athlete wbo4s out for basket-
    ball, footballe track and...and sports of a11 kiads should be
    atlowe; that dqring the tize khat theylre out for sports to
    be exe/pted from P.E. às ge held oer hearings across tàe
    State, I think this vas @ne of t:e nostn wone of the issues
    kàat was.eéreceived tàe Kost attention.      I believe tàat,
    generally, people across the state support tàis amendœqnt and
    I lould move for its adoption.
    PHBSIDENT:
       Senaàor Kaitland :as moved the adoptioa of àweniment No.
                        .
    3 to senate Bill 351 lny discussioa? Tf aote al1 in favor
    indicate by saying Aye. àl1 opposed. The âyes have it. The
    amendment is adopted. Turther amendœeats?
    SEC:ZTAAY:
       àmendment No. qe by senator schaffer.
    P:ESIDEXT:
       Senator schaffer on àzendzent :o. 4.


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     ea l ût o   n ùk il s b a e s e i v
    œ d c N . % o k s b l i t e s m a e I b l e e,               j
ghatever àmendment 2 or 3 tàat I :ad on Senator Beraanês
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        m n q a po t nt ma e . n t a ia l
      I' a e u l o p r a i y a e d r à d i g b s c l yy          I
 as e a e hn h t f h. .h ad ts f h r-
s y tE s m t i g t a i t e a t e m n a e o t e p o               1
graz...tàe funds aren't there tàat the scàool diskrick can
apply ta the State board, if cozplying vith t:ea will cut tàe
basic eiucation prograa. The same arguœents I made before
apply probably even lore so on this bill because this bill
tenGs to zandate more t:ings and tbe funding for those
mandates has yet been. at leaste explaiaed to ?e.
PReSIDENT:                                                       l
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   âll right: Sen        af         'e e       ti
                 ator scà fer has zov d t* adop on of            I
àmendment :o. % to Senate Bill 351.    Discussion?     senator
'aitland.                                                        i
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SZ O: 'âITLAXD:                                                  '
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   Thank you: xr. President and Ladies aad Gentlemen of tàe      ,
Senate. The saae argunent on 350 applies to 351. Donlt need      !
 o a t gi     o l ut ug s o o e
t sy i a an:I kud js s ge ta N v t .                             1
PEESIDEHT:
     rth
   Fu er discossion? Senator Bermaa.                             i
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   T also rise in oppositian to the amendment.      Tàank yoa.
PRESIDENTZ

   e atr c a f r o i : o o e          al al a
   s a o s à f e , y u v s t ct s ? â c l c t : s                1
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been requested. Senator ScKaffer has Rove; the adoption of       I
                                  .
àmendzent #o. R to Senate Bill 351 Those in favor will vote
àye. Those opposed uktt vote Say. The voting is open. gave       I
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 1 ot d h i h? a e 1 o e h i h a e 1 o e
al v e #o vs n v a 1v td :o v s ? Hv a1 vt d                     h
                                                                 I
gào vish?    Take the record. 0n thak questione there are 30
àyes. 26 Nays, none voting Presenk.    Amendlent No. % is
                                                                 I
ldopted. Furtàer azendments?
  CR T<PT
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   àzendnent No. 5. by Senakor Deluzio.
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PECSIDBKT:
   Senator Denuzio on àmendment No. 5.
SZBâTO: DEHUZIOZ
    h n o e r r sd n . h o ns in il de a -
   T a k yu H . Pe ie t T ec œ iso b l a dd ln                  1
guage in Senake Bill 351 that woqld allov tbe school dis-
tricts to either provide or enter into a contract vit:

 rvr s r ii g c o l ke sd y h e r tr f tt
d ie ' t an n sh os lc ne b te Sc ea xo sa e                    $
 ne h e ce oe n lo lo e h m o n e n o
ud r te 'hil Cd ad a s a lw d te t e tr it                      1
o rct       r i e o re f f rc i e r v n n
cnta s to povd ac us o a . .o p a t c d i i g a d               1
                                                                I
 à r e e s n bl e . à E b s z n a n e k o o s
c ag ar ao a e fe Ra t i ae de ts e st d i                      j
 a t i e h t a gu g d o l m a t h w . h a g a e
t s r k t a l n a e an t e i i a e t e - t e l n u g            1
adde; by tNe coœmissioq thereby leaving the current law in
                                                                1
t    re      at r ai al g à t aà co l l t it
i s cu r nt p s u e i d c t n t a e c s b o d s r c             1
shall provide.w.an approved course and practice driving con-    I
sisting of a minimum of six hours...skx clock bours of the
indiFidual behind-the-gheel instruction or its equivalent.
    ..
1he. I suspe                l
              ct khat we'l pr    obabl see tbis issu za
                                      y                e ny     I
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times. I suspect. before June 30th, bqt this àmeadment No. 2,   !
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in facte strikes that language aad restores the...tàe lav as    !
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t s o.
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     1 i h , ea o e ui a oe à d pi n f
    à 1 rg t S nt r D m zo h s a vd te a ot o o                 1
 zn m t o
â e d en N . 5 to Senate Bill 351. Discussion? Seaator          1
                                                                '
Aaitlanda
SBNà;02 :àITtà:D:
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    h n oq r r s d : u a e a e t e e f :
   T a k y e : . P e i en a d L di s a d G n l m n o t e        j
e a e. i e n p o i i n o en t m n z n o .
Sa t I rs i o pst o t S a e àed e tN . 5 I                      1
                                                                1
a t h o y o n w h t h oc p o t ie .. n h
gn te B d t k o t a t ec ne t ca an d .i te                     I
original.mxin tàe original draft of senate Bill 351 did not

 e aG t     r v r d c t o . hi s o n s a f
Ga na e d ie e ûa i n T s i nt a is e o                         1
 e a d i g e s s o a d i g. h t h o m s i n u -
d m n at a v r q n nw n at n : a t e c m i s o s g              1
                                                                1
gested was this. that schools.awmany rural schools an; zang
                                                                I
districts sqch as ve àave bere today find it extre/ely expen-
sive. extreeely expeasive to maintaùa driver education: and
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    thea..commission suggested that they continue. ob7iouslyv to    l
    offer the thirty hours of course vork in the classroom: but
    vberever possible and vherever it was needed khey shoqld be
    allowed to get the beàind-t:e-wheel part of driver education
    from another source.    This doesnlt take anything away froœ
    the child. It will sqnd more aoaey to academia to Ehe
    kiâso.min acadezia in the educakional fund and still be able
    to zaintain the service. This seems to ze to be a...a...a
    good concept and one that we should adopt. Secondly, it
    alloved school districts to charge a reasonable fee for
    driver edqcation. It costs us a hundred and eighty to a hun-
    dred and ninety dollars per student to offer driFer educatioa
    and it seezs reasonable to assuœe àhat a szalle reasonable
    fee shoul; be allowed cbarged to those skudents. Me àave an
    opt-out for those who siaply can't pay that feey no child is
    going to be hurt. It seemed like a reason*..a reasonable
    approacà and I believe tàis a/endzent should be defeated.
    PRZSIDENTZ
        Further discussion? Senator Favell.
    SEXATOE FAMELL:
       'Nank youe very nach: Kr. President. on that saae note.
                                           s
    ge ought to realize kàat.--tàak driver' edacation is prob-
    ably the most expensive course we have in scbools. ïouzve
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     ot   ll-    each  th
    g a fu tiae t er vi mayb fou childr drivi
                            e   r      en    ng                     j
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    aroand for an hour. I think this is a very reasonable aKend-
    œent. Certainly khere are some rural sc:ools that. franklyg
      st   t   or    s d
    ju can' aff d thi an I W      agge o        tron
                            ould s st t you to s gly
     ae ok t hs mn ma n h n e et t
    tk a lo a ti ae de ta d te d f a i .                            1
    PRESIDENT:
        ut e ic s in e ao c uenn
       F ràr d su so ? s a tr sh n a .                              1
     HT Z C U EA :
    SEAO SH N HN                                                    I
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         b n o e r r sd n . h l o e b r f h d -
        T a ky u H . Pe ie t Q ie nt a um e o te eu                 1
     a in
    c t o . . . committees or a big player in the legislatioa       j
    affecting education. this seems to le to be an aoendmeat t:at
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 e h l ej c . n f à e d n o p a a s r m c o
v s ou d r e t o e o 1 e l a i g c m l i t f o s h ol            1
 i rct n y ra s h ih o t f rg dn h
dsti s i z ae i te hg c s o po i ig te                           l
                                                                 l
Kaadated driver educatioa. Nove if any of you've taken a
                    '
loak a: tbe :ay driver edacation is taught in the private

 e t r h n t e o es / e i t l p a e t à k h
s ca yI t ik i b c a iz da e y a pr n ta t e                     j
 ep e h t r u r ln r u d a a s i l . ih is .
P o l t a a e a t d i i g a o n i c r w tt. v t k d              1
 n te s N t e e r ig o r v t
a 4 o h r t a ar l a l u t d k e a e                             l
                                       o e pe ib
                                      n t po l Wt                1
 i b d c t o r d n i l . ou r o iel o n o e-
N g e u a i n c e e t a s ï ' e n t l k y t fi d s z             l
one with a xasters degree in education oat riding aroand ln
cars with people who are haviag theiro..tàeir practice driv-
ing. 0n the other àande in our schools, many tizes thatês
                                                                 1
 xc l à t o i d e ê pe i ha wt dua i nl
e at y w a y u fn ar po l w t ..i he ct oa                       j
credentials who ought to be in classrooœs and wào are a
resource for their school that should be used in the class-
roo*. Instead of that, they#re oqt doing things that other
peop    it
    le w : less tr akhg coql Go j t as g
                  ai        d    ds           nd s
                                        ell. à a I
qnderstand vàat we're aboqt here is that the...the coapission
bas suggeste; that that's a change that we ought to allo? our
schaols to..oto accomplish. No* this amendment would undo
     f   te d    hat         gges hat t
all o tba an oa t basisy I su t t            endz
                                       his az eat                1
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sboutd bq...defeated.
PEESIDEST:
    Fqrther discussion; Senator tuft.
SEAATOR I;eT:
     hn o
    T a k y u,   :r. President. I'd ltke ko speak on behalf of   1
                                                                 1
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Seaator gezuzio's azendment simply because I think probably
the most impertant thing you can learn as a student, perhaps:
in high school is Lhq ability to drive a car and to learn it
                                                                 1
properly, and I think the systez we Nave toGay is working and
seezs to be doing that. ànd ife in facte the one tàing gou
rezember from high school would be to learn how Eo drive a
car. If yoq go the private sector, I cah gqalantqe yoa one
                                                                 i
thing: that after it's done, ve vill be flooded vith a bunch     '
of legislation here trying to regulate an; to change the pri-
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vate way t:at ve direct people to drive and teach people   ta
Grige ia the state of Ilkiaois. I'n kot so sûre we Gon't
need masters degrees teaching people how to drive in the
State of Illinois.    I think it's extrezely important and
would hope thak ve would adopE thia azeadzent.
PRESIDEHT:
   Further discussion? Seuator Berman.



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SXNATQB 5ER5àN:
    Thank you. :r. President. I rise in opposition ka tàe
ameadzent also.     I find it interesting that zost of t:e
Giscussion today dealt with driverls education vhen ve're
Gealing vità tvo bills that touch on alwost every aspec: of
education and most of the time has been spent talking about
driver's education.       If ve#re concernei: as I tàinà we al1
arey regarding the costs of educatione this recommendation
thak's in khe bill. Senate Bill 351, is a reasonable approach
to allog local school districts to try to save soae money
witbout aegatively iapacting on the opportunities available
to our children. ghat ue#re saying by the...in the bill is
thaà if a school district finds that it can save soze money
by coltcacting oqty it can Go so. soM, a11 ot t*m safegaarâs
are still there. ihereês private...if there's a contracting
œute the private school must be licensed by the secretary of
State. the kid lqst stklk pass t*e salq exawknation tàat is
regœired by the kids that take this class.o-behind tbe vheel
in school: there is no diminution of the qualitx of the edu-
catian as Deasured by the tests that that child lust still
pass.     9àat it does is to give a small opportqnity to save
some Koney, and I think that if khat's a..-and I would sug-
qest to    you   that's   a reasonable approach on a reasonable
coapromise in an othervise very hot area of discussione as we
                    s
see by this morning' debate; thereforee I vould urge a Ko
Fote an :he amendlent.
PZESIDBNT:
    Any further discussion?       Seaator Demuzio: you vish to
clase?
S;NATOE :E:DZIO:
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    kell, thank you. Kr. President and Ladies and Gentleaen
f * eae hrê ea oe icsin bû b ot
o te Snt. Teesbe sz dsûso aottecs                                1
 f i e s d c i n ai g h rv r s dc in
o Gr v r' e u at o . H k n t e d i e # e u at o                  I
 p i n l n h s i l d o c ng t d n s o a o
o t o a i t i b l an f r i s u e t t p y f r                     I
 e i G k - h et o t o i l av * t t o e n r a
b N n -t e u e p r i n w l s e t e S a e z n y a G c e te        1
                                                                 I
Q                   /i
 ora funds for acade cs. Qe      ank
                           lle fr lyg tàat# -.th s not
                                           s-   at'              I
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true. Driver's education is the only Qandate that's self-
sûpparting. It's pakd for froz traffic fines and eliminating
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that vill provide no extra dollars for okàer concerns. I         1
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 ae etr lo ht ih hr ià h ru rm
Nv a lte as ta Iwgtsaewt te gop fo                               1
Donal; Hieiema vhoes superintendent of schools bere in
                                                                 :
Springfield khat indicates that tàey are opposed to am..aay
legislation that would allow districts to contract for
behind-the-wheel training in driver's education.     He indi-
cates that the large school districts have taken no formal
                                              '
actian on the bill but he's...as quotinq hia, II believe tkat

 ts a e o a h t a o i y f h a gr n: ià ik
i ' sf t syt a a z jr t o t ê lr e u i ds rc s                   1
                      '
vill oppose thîs bill.l I would ask that ve adopt this
amendmeat striking the...the laaguage added by the coamission

n    s ue h t hs s e h i s ie h t e i l e
ad Ia s m ta t i i n tt e fr tt z t a w wl s e                   j
 hs r ps l e oe s
t i p o o a b f r u . I move for tNe adoption of Amead-          I
kqlt Ko. 5.
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PE IE T                                                          1
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     ea o e ui a o e h d p in f mn m n o
    S nt rD p zoà s mv dt ea o to o A ed et N. 5                 j
to Senate Bill 351. Those in fa7or of the a/endment vill
gote àye. Those opposed vi1l Fote Nay. The votiag is open.
HaFe all voked vh@ wish? Havg all voted who visà? Have al1
voted #ho wisb?       Take the record. 0n that qeestion, there   I
  e     es
ar 29 ây e 2% Kaysg none goting Present. Aaendmeat Ko. 5         ;
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is adopted. Further azendaents, :r. secretary?                   I
SE6RETAR'I
    No...no furtàer amendzents.
PEESIDENTI
    Jrd   reading.     On   khe Order of Senate Bills      3rd
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EeaGing..a     or àrco on th Fl
          senat D'                      or àr
                            e oor? Senat D' co on tàe            1
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F oor'   %86e you wish that returned?     àll right: Senator     !
neàrca vishes that removed from tNe recall Listy :r. Sqcre-
ay
tr .                                                             I
     0 ea o z t. er o n h i de f a e
    51 . S n t r s i h k : e n v i k e m d l o p g               I
6e n h r e f e a e i l r e d a s e a e i l
l o t e Od r o sn t Bl s 3d Ra ig i S nt Bl                      1
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51 ..   Seaator snktN seeks teave of tbe BoGy to return   that   1
  l o h r e f n ed n o u ps s f n zn -
btl t t e O d ro 2d Ea ig f r pro e o a ae d                     j
 e t s e e r nq e v s r ne . n h re f
R n. I lav ga td? L ae i g a td O te Od r o                      l
Seaate   Bkkls 2nd Rea4inge senate Bill 51 Kr. secretary.
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PPESIDENT:
     e t r m t.
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     à n o y r r sd n n eb r f h e ae
    T ak y u ;. Pe ie t a d m œe s o t es n t.                   l
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 mn z n o o e ae l 0 ee y h ne h e àd
L e d e t N . 1t s n t Bi l 51 R r l c a g s t e z t o           1
 f u i g b r o r v a i n r a i at o c r a e y
a fnd n t e C i e P e e t o O g a z i n A t c e t d b            I
 h il
t eb l .                                                         1
              t r i e o a n o e a h cof i e hs
             I povd sf ra ic a txc ek f lk t oe                  l
 qr n l      it n n h         l ai c / a o m h s
c r e t y ex s i g o t e Il i o s In o e T x F r . T i           I
 l w a e pe
al a s t x p o l o. .                                            1
                      a es o o ti ue p @ e h u
                      py r t c n rb t u t t n to -               1
sands...ten dollarse I#n sorrye of their tax refund for con-
tributkons to tbe Crize Prevention Ocganization eund. If khe
fund does not-..and ve made tbks gkth the agreexent xitN our
                                                                 I
colleagues on the other side that if tàe funds does not
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 ee v t eat n ude hu ad ol r n n er.
rc i ea l s ae hn rd to s n dl a s i a y ya                      j
 h k h c o i l o p e r n q s qq n n o e a o p .
k h c e k ff v l n t a p a o s b e e t i c m t x f r s           1
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  . e i e t n e b r f h e a ee o e o h G p
 r Pr s d n a d a z e s o t e S n t I m v f r t e a o -          1
 t . f s s mn an .
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    àl1 right. Senator Smikà has moved t:e adopkioa of Aaeld-    1
zent No.     1 tg Senate Bill 510. àRy discassioR? Senator       !
                                                                 I
Schuneœan.
SBNàTD: SCHDNES&NZ                                               I
   Thank yoo, Kr. President. This is t:e bill tkat we
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opposed earlier on the strength af the arguzeat that the
fqnding #as different in tàis bill than is tNe aorlat
 bc o f i l à e av e n o ker
c ek f b l tat w à e se f r o h causes.                      The   l
spoasor :as amended the bill nov so that it is a checkoffy
 i h th r aue ,
lket eo e c s s                               e o
                        aRd o t
                             n hat b ise I haF n obj
                                    as              ection         l
to the bill.
PRESIDENT:
    àl1 right, senator Smith bas moved the adoption of Aaend-
aent No. 1 ko Senate Bill 510. àny discqssion; If not, a11
in favor indicate by saying âye. àll opposed. Tàe àyes have
it. T*e amenGment is adopteâ. Further axeudaents?
S:CEETA:Y:

    o ut e ma z ns
    x fr h ra ed et .                                              1
P:ESIDENT:
    3rd reading.      576: senator Topiaka.       645.   Senator
Barkhaqsen.     646,      Senator   Barkàausen.     diddle   of
page...bottoz of page 18: oa the Order of senate Bills Jrd
                                                                   1
ReaGing, Sehate Bkkl 646. Senator Barkhaqsen seeks leave ok

 h o y o eun h t i l o h d r f n e dn o
t eB d t rt r t a b l t t eOre o 2d Ra ig fr                       1
 u ps s f n e de t         ev r ne ? ev s
p ro e o a aznm n . Is l ae g ak d La e i                          1
granted. On the order of Senate Bills 2nd neading. Senate
Bill 6:6, hr. secretary.
SCCZETAEYZ
    àmendment No. 1 offered by Senatar Barkhausen.
PRESIDZNT:
    Senator Barkàausea.
SE:ATOR BAEKHABSEN:
    ïr. Presidgnt and Iezbers of tbe Senake. senate Bill 6%6
creates stiffer penalties for the offease of stolen property.
The amendwent œakes certain technical corrections. Host sig-       !
                                                                   1
nificanàly, it eliminates all of the civil provisions vhich
were in the original bill and which gave rise t/ some opposi-
                                                                   1

tioa from sqch groups as the retail merchants and tàe manu-        I
facturersê association. Soea.sso no. we are strictly dealiag
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with...gith crizinal provisions wàicb...so far as I knowg
   t  th
aee wi no objectio          e   o ded      ovis
                  ns. ke hav als ad some pr ions
     nq
Gealk wikh thexpowith the forfeitqre of profits gained in
the co*aission of :he cripe of stolea property. às I say.
ites an agreed azendzent and I would urge its adoption.
PZBGIDEKT:
    All right. Sena*or Barkbaasen has Koved tbe adoption of
âmenGment :o. 1 to Senate Bill 646. Aay discussion? Senator
Bloon.
SCXATOR BtOO::
    I'      d
      d...Il jo               er el
               in in tbata àft v re daae gith that:
have a reqqest.
PRESIDEXT:
    àl1 rigàte Seaator Barkhausen has zoved the adoption of
kpeni*ent Ho. 1 to senate Bill 646. Any discussion? If noty
a1l ia favor indkcate by saying Aye. à11 opposei. Tbe àyes
have it. The amendment is adopted. Furtber aaeadzeats?
SCC9ETànY:
    Xo further aœendments.
PEESIDENTI
    3rd reading. If I can have your attentiony @AHD-TV,
CNaalet      !7y   froa Decatur has reguested perœission to
videatape. kitb leave of the Boëy, leave is graûted.      Sena-
tor Bloom, for vhat parpose do you seek recognition?
S25àT0: BLOON:
    @ell. 1...1...1 apologize to the zembership. às I think
we a11 had the problem vbere we get dragged off the Floar by
varioas groups and I wondered àf ve could do 6%5 now?
PDESIDENT:
    senator Barkhausen indicated to tàe Chair that tàere was
a sqbseqqent alendzeat coliaq qp fro? sonewbere. â1l rigbt.
665. Seaator Iecàowicz.      On the Order of senate Bills :rd
ieadinge tàe middle of page 19. is Senate Bill 665.     Senator
Lecboyicz seeks leave of the Body to return that bill to the
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                                                               l
Order of 2ud Eeading for purposes of an aaendzeat. Is leaFe
                                                               I

granted? teave is granted. On the Order of Senate Bills 2nd
Readingg Senate Bill 665. Kr. secretary. senator Vadalabene:
for wàat parpose do you arise'
SEXATOB 'ADALABBNE:
    ïes, I lit Ry bqttoa Eere a w:ile ago on a point of per-
sonal privilege vhen you annoanced about the photographer
taking picturese and ao# yoqlve announced it again and yoa
always alert me vhen the photographer is going to take soae
pictures. nave I done something vrong or...
PRESIDBST:
           as st aitin fo Ehe cam
    #@e I v ju v      g r             o        py aag
                                 era t be sec u S
tNeu I Mas goiag to alert you.
SEHATOR VàDALàBENB:
    leah. Re doa'k have auy problemse do we: :r. Presideut?
PRdSIDBNT:
    Noea.no: sir.      à11 I want you to Go is kknd of spin
aroand and give àhem your best side.
52#àTOB VADALABENE:
    Tbaak you, 5c. President.                                  '
PRESID:NT:
    Oaky. ;r. Secretaryy Senate Bill 665. on tàe Order of
Senate Bills 2nd Eeading.
SEC:ETARX:
    àmendzent Xa. 3 offered by Senator techowicz.
PRZSIDEMT:
    Senator Lechovkcz on Amendment Xo. 3.
SENATOR LECHOMICZ:
    Thank yoq, :r. President and tadies and GentlGmen of tàe

 e ae a n an o       s h mn an e us e y C A
S R t. àe de t :. 3i te ae de tr q etd b DC                    1
 n : a ia l . t ln      ea e k 1 6 o n e t h
a d b s c l y i a e ds S n t B 1 6 5 t co v r t e              1
etility tax refund into an exepption, and I move    far iEs    I
                                                               !
                                                               I
adoption.                                                      1
P/:SIDB%T:
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    senator Lechowicz :as moved the adoption of àzendment No.
                                                                    l
  o e a e i l 6 . n i cq s o      f o l n ao
3 t S n t B 1 6 5 à y d s s i n? I n t,a 1 i f v r                  1
niae y aig y. 1 poe. h ys ae t à
iGc t b syn àe Alopsd TeAe hv i. Te                                 1
amendment is adopted. Furtàer azendments?
 c Bà f
sEaT a z                                                            1
    o u te anm ns
    s f rh r ae de t                                                1
                     .                                              !
PEESIDENTZ
    3rd reading.      68:. Senator Deàngelis. On the Order of

 e a e il s r e d n h ot o f a e 9 e a e i l
S a t B l 3 d B a i get e b t z o p g 1 e S n t B l                 j
684. Senator Deàngelis seeks leave of the Boiy to retura tàat
bill to the Order of 2nd Seading for purposes of an amend-
œent. Is leave granted? teave is granted. On the Order of

 ea e i l n e dn e e ae il 8 . r er t r.
Sn t Bls 2d Ra ig S nt B l 6 : :. Sc e ay                           1
 s s az
s cavà x                                                            1
     m nz n a
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                      fe e y n t en e i.
                   % o f r d b Se a or D < g l s                    l
PEESIDENTI
     e ao e nels
    S n tr Dà g i       .                                           1
                               ea o e ne i e znm a o .
                              s a t rD àq l s àe de t< . q          1
SENàTOR DeâKGELISI                                                  I
                                                                    '
                                                                    I
    Thank yoq, Kr. President. Azendlenk No. % corrects some
                                                                    I
                                                                    i
of the things t*at were aegotiated dqring the agreezents Wikh
th police officers. DCFS. the colluûit: agencies: et cetera.
  e
                                                                    1
Esseatiatly what it does. it Geletes tNe I-SEKECH locat board       i
definition gith the...which àhe Depactlenk of Law Enforcement       '
opposed. rewrites the.o-the aembership as a broad represeata-       i
                                                                    r
                                                                    I
tion of the coamunity: adds a proviskon that allows yoL to          '
hold a delinquent up to tventy-four hoars instead of sixe           '
                                                                    I
res:ores rhe thirty-six houcs and chanqes the effective Gate
to October 1st. 1985.                                               I
PRESIDENT:                                                          I
                                                                    '


    Senator Deàngelis has zoved the adoption of Ameadzent Mo.       l
        aE   ll 84
% to Sen e Bi 6 . àny discqssion? If aotg all in favor              I
indicate by saying          àye.   :11 opposed. Tke àyes kave ik.
The amendment is adopted .     Further anendments?                  I
                                                                    I
SXCRETàRY:
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    àmendzent No. 5. by Senator Deàngelis.
PEBSIDENT:
   Senator Deàngelis on Aaendnent No. 5.
SENATOZ DeANGELIS:
    Number 5 takes the tvelve hours back to the eight hours
tbat was originally in the bill.
P:ESIDENT:
    N11 rkghte Senatar DeAngelis bas aoved t:e a4optkon of
àmendzent go. 5 to Senate Bill 68:. Any discussion? If note
a1l in favor indicate by saying Aye. A1l opposed. The àyes
have it. The apendzent is adopted. eurther amendments?
SECZZTARX:
    No further amendments.
PPESIDENT:
    3rd reading. 694: Senator Topinka. 725, Senator Ber/an.
On the Order af Senate Bills 2nd Headinge bottom of page 20,
is Senate Bill 725. senator Beraan seeks leave of tàe Body
to return that bill to the Order of 2ad Eeading for purposes
af an amendment. Is leave granted? Leave is granted.      On
the Order of senate Bills 2nd Reading, senate Bill :25. :r.
Secretary.
SECXETAEf:
    àaendzent Ko. 3 offered by Senator Berzan.
PRESIDENT:
    Senator Berzan.
SENàTOR BE2:àN:
    Thank you. This...this.p.this aœendment deletes the lan-
       '                                            '
gqagee 'vhose lo* or declining academic performance.l    The
reasan for that is in defiaing a chrouic truanky thase..-that
language gas too vague in order to plug a standard of truancy
into the bill. so it's being deleted and it#ll rezain on the
ten percent of the hunëred and eighty day regular attendaace
  y
Ga's   vhich   was    in   khe original descripkian without
thise..language dealing with declining academic perforzance.
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I move t:e adoption of Azend/ent No. 3.
PRCSIDENTI
    àl1 riqht, senator Berzan has Doved the adoption of
àzendaent No. 3 to senate 8i1l :25. àay discussion? If note
al1 in favor indicate by saying àye. àll opposed. 2be àyes
Nave it. The azendnent is adopted. Further amendœents?
SZCRETARX:
    No further azendments.
PRESIDBXT:
    3rd     reading.      736.   senator Kustra.   142. Senator
Vadalabene. On the Order of senate Bills 3rd neadingy the
piddle of pa9e 21e is Seuate Bill 742. Senator Vadalabene
seeks leave of the Body to return that bill to the Order of
2nd Eeading for purposes of an azendment. Is leave granted?
teave is graated. On the Order of senate aills 2ad neadinge
Senate Bill 7:2. :r. Secretary.
S;C:EQAEY:
    àmeadment xo. 2 offered by Senator Vadalabene.
PRESIDENT:
    Seaator Vadalabene.
SE%àT02 VADNLàBENZI
   'es, tbank youe dr. President and lembers of the Senate.
First of allg I'd like to move to reconsider the vote on..xon
Amendaent No. 1 ia regard.a.eloor àpendzent No. 1 to senate
Bill 142.
PAESIDEKT:
   àl1 right, senator Vadalabene has uoved to recansider the
vote by wNich âleud/ent Ko.      to Senate Bilt 7%2 was adopted.
âl1 in fagor of the motion to recoasider indicate by saying
<ye. à11 oppose4. The àyes Eave kt.        The vote is recon-
sidereâ. Senator Vadalabene now zoves ko Table àaendzent No.
  to Senate Bill 742. àny discussion? If aoty a1l iu favor
indicate by saying Aye.          à11 opposed. The Ayes have it.
àmendment No. 1 is Tabled. Further aueadienksy Kr. Secre-
                                                                     1
                                                                     I

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q
                      Page 49 - dàï 21. 1985




 tary?
 SECRZTREY:                                                          j
                                                                     ;
       a â et o fe e y e ao aa ae e
      à en l n s . 2 o f r â b s n t r V d l b n .                   l
 PEESIDENT:
        na
      Se tor Vadalabene.                                             I
 SEXàTOR VàDàLABENE:                                                 (
                            '                                        I
      Yes, thank youe :r. President and meabers of the Senate.
 àmendment No. 2 ensures that the money is being paid froa tùe
 purse Doney. In otherwords, the Doney is coming fram the            I
                                                                     I
 horsemen themselves under this a/endnentg and this aœeadment
 :as been agree; to by khe interested partiese and I move for
 its adoption.
 PRESIDENT:
      Senator Vadalabene has moved the adoptioa of Azend/ent
 Ko. 2 ta senate Bill 7:2. àay discussion? If not, al1 in
 favar indicate by saying âye. àll opposed. Tbe Ayes haFe
 it. The amendment is adopted. Further ameadaents?
 SECRETàDY:                                                      .
                                                                     1
      So further amendœeuts.
 PRESIDEHT:
      3rd reading. Top of page 22# Senator Etàeredge. On the
 Order of senate Bills 3rd Reading is senate Bill 780. Sena-
 tor etheredge seeks leave of the Body to return that bill to        I
                                                                     !
 thG Order of 2nd Reading for purposes of an aRendment. Is           !
 l       ant      e    rant
  eave gr ed? Lea7 is g ed. on the Order of Senate                   I
                                                                     ;
 Bills 2nd Reading, senate 3il1 780: :r. Secretary.
 GECRETARY:
      âmendzent No. % offered by senator Etàeredge.                  g
                                                                     I
 PRESIDENT:                                                          I
      Senator EtNeredge on àzendnent No. %.
                                                                     i
                                        .                            !
 SENATOE ETHEEEDGE:                                                  I
      Thank youe :r. President and Ladies and Gentlezen of tàe       I
                                                                     (
 Senate. This is a technical aaendze     owev     s a
                                    nt; h er: it i a                 I
 important one.    Theymothe legislatiaa as originally drafted
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         ake Eo ccoant the. e fa th sm r cou
Gid nat t in a             -.th ct at alle  a-                        h
 is a e       i h r a n à i rp r t r p r y a a e
t e h v a h g e c p o t e r co o a e p o e t t x r t                  1
 hn o N o e o uou oqt e . h s a n z n o r c s
t a d te zr p p l sc ni s T i a e d e t c r e t                       I
                                                                      1
 s t i u ts n
sa st a o .                                                           1
                                                                      i
PBESIDENT:                                                            l
    âll rigNt, Senator Etheredge has Roved the adoption af
&zendmeat :o. % to Senatq Bill 780. àny Giscqssion? If noke           1
                                                                      '

 1 n a or n c t y a k g y . 1 p o e . * y s
a 1 i f v iii a e b s y n à e à 1 o p s d 1 e à e                     1
haFe it. The ameniment is adopted. Further amendments?
SECZETAHY:

    o ute mnmns
    N frbraedet.                                                      j
PZESIDENT:                                                            i
    r ed n . 3 , e a o ad a l. i de f a e 2
   3d ra i g 8 3 Sn t rK co ad Kd l o pg 2,                           j
n b r e f e ae il r s e ae il 3. e aa
o * eO dr o Snt B ls 3d i S nt B l 8 3 S at c                         1
Nacdonald seeks leave of the Body to Detura khat bill to tàe
Order of 2nd Reading for purposes of an azendmeat. Is leave
granted? Leave is graated. On the order of Senate Bills 2nd
BeaGing, Senate Bill 833, Nr. Secretary.
 E RT 8
S C E A T:                                                            1
    âzendnent No. 1 offered by Senator Nacdonald.
PRESIDEXT:
    Senator ïacdonald on àœendment No. 1.
SZNATOR NACDQNàLD:

     à n o y r r s d nt h s z n m n a u g s e
    T a k y u K. P eie . T i a ed e t*s s ge td                       1
 y h o l to o to o r n h ln mn c u ly
b t e Pl ui nC n rl Ba ; ad te ae d et at al                          l
becozes *he bill. It does twp khiags. Ik seta a Eiœe 1i2iE
oa recognizing federally issued permits and it makes it abso-
lutely clear     that   a11   State    requirezents   including
boa     eor    nge
   rd..m e stri nt than Eh Fed
                          e   eral s     rds
                                    tanda mast be                     I
                                                                      I
cozplied vitk.    The amenëment accouplisbes the original
inteat of t:e bill to avoid duplicative permit pracesses.             C
                                                                  .   I
That:s all it daes and I ask for your acceptance of tNis
amendœent                                                             i
         .                                                            j
PREGIDEHT:
I



                         a e 0 à . 9s
                         p g 5 - x x 21 1a                              1
                                                                        (

j                                                                   '
       à1l righte Senator qacdonald has zoved t:e adoption of
    âlenGaent No. 1 to senate Bill 933. âny discussion? If not,
    l11 i? favor in4icate by saykug àye. à11 opposed. Tbe àyes
    àave it. The amendment is adopted. Further amendzents?
    s:CEETàEY:
        No further amendments.
    PEEGIDENT:
        3rd reading.     849, Senakor Nacdonald. On the Order of
                  rd
    Senate Bills 3 Readingw page 2 on your necall Liste top of
    the page: page 22 on the Calendare Senate Bill 8:9. Senator
    Kacdonald seeks leave of :à9 Body Eo return that bill to the
    nrder of 2nd Eeaikag for pqrposes of an amendaqnt. Is leave
    granteG? Leave is granted. On the Order of Senate Bills 2nd
    Readiage Senate Bill 8:9, Kra Secretary.
    SECDETARY:
        àmendRent No. 1 offered by senator Kacdonald.
    SEMàTOE NACDONàLD:
        Thank you, dr. President.      This aœendmenk also *as
    requested by the Pollution Control Board. I zight add that
    this bill originally vas on the Agreed Btll List and ge
    werg.o.going to make any technical changes when it reached
    the Bouse; bowever: at the request ofoo.of one of tNe lobby-
    ists, I took tNe bill off and so we nov are-..are putting
    thks tecbnkcal change requested by the Pollution Control
    Board on the bill. Tàe...azendnent deletes al1 references to
    adzinistrakive orders issued by the Cnvironaenkal ProtecEion
    âgency and replaces those with ïare accurate ter? adainistra-
    tive citation. The second thing it does is.ooclarifies the
    point tàat tàe ageucy ?ay eaforce tNe enamerated probibitions
    eitàer by administrative citation or by canventional ueans.
    Tbkri, it establishes a sixty-day time limit for tàe agency
I   to co*mence adainistrative citation proceiqres and requires
    t:e ageacy to aotify the Pollution Control Board within
    ten-.-ten days of sucho..sov I ask for your adoptioa of this
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a/endment.
PEESIDXKT:
   à11 right, Senator Hacdocald has moved the adoptioa of
âmendaenà #o. 1 to Genate Bill 849. àny discussion? If not:
al1 in favor indicate by saying àye. All opposed. The àyes
Nave it. The amendment is adopted. Further amendments?
SXCRETARYZ
    No further amendments.
PXESIDENT:
    3rd ceading. 911, Senator Demuzio.       0n the Order of
Seaate Bi1ls...3rd Reading. tàe middle of page 23e is Senate
        .
Bill 911 Senator Denuzio seeks leave of the Body ka return
that bill to tNe Order of 2nG Beadiag foc purposes of an
awendzent. Is leave granted?    teave is granted.     On the
Order of Senake Bills 2nd neadingy senate Bill 911. :r.
Secretary.
SECPETàRY:
    KmehGnent Xo. 2 offered by Senator Demuzko.
PPESIDENT:
    SenatoE Demazio on àmendment No. 2.
SBNATOR DE:0ZIO:
    Tbank youe 5r. President and tadies and Gentlemen of the
Senate.   1he Illinois Press Assaciation brought tàis azend-
ment to me and apparentlyso.the bitls did not...their bills
Gid not fare well in the Sanate Execqtive Co/mittee and asked
that I might uake an atkelpt on amending t:e vehicle bill
                  .
that I have on 911 The...press Association aaendœent does
three things.      It adds to the policy section a stateaeat
eœphasizing that public bodies Nave a duty to provide public
informakion to the publicg that it clarifies that public
bodies are not required to #ait seven vorking days to respopd
to a request but instead should respond iamediately if prac-
tical and the tkird provisiono.edefines Ehat police blottec
infornation   to     specify   tàe    minizum     amount   of
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                                                                  i
 rœ. i fr ai n h k oi e s a e a lb e t s
c i e .. n o m t o t a p l c mu t œ k av i a l . I i              i
Eather a lengthy amendRent. I#m suze that œosk me/bers are        1
zware of the contents of the provisions that I have outlined.
  o l oe o h d pi n f mn an o
I wud m v fr t ea ot o o Ae d et N .                              1
                                                2.                1
PRESIDENTI
   àll right: Senator Dezuzio has moged tbe adoption af
âmenGmen: %o. 2 to Senake Bill 911a       Discussion?   Senakar
Sangmeister.
SENATOR SINGHEISTEEZ
   ïesv thank you, ;r. President. ëelle I hope ve#re paying
a liktle bit of atEention to tkis. It's a little surprise to
*e...

PRZSIDZXT:
   Tba: point is vell Eaken. àll righty I'/ going ko ask
the staff to Eezave thelsetves. %e#ve too zany couferences
going on.      This is a matter of so/e urgency and I would ask
                                                                  1
tàat...tNe ze/bers be in their seats and tbak those staff vho
are hot totally indispensablee please: iispensee-.or âis-
persev I guess...senator Sangzeister.
SENATOE SAKGHCISTEEI
       s
   I wa ju    ooki  qr is en ent       oa 1l
          st l nq av th az dm ande as y a
knov. ok coursee the Freedoœ of Information Act is a sehsi-
tive area in ghich ge deal withe bqt I am ratàer sœrprise;
that the Press àssociationy afker giving certaialy in Execa-
ttve Committee a fqll hearing: no one :as shot oete ye spent
a lat of kkmee kn facte more time on these bills than ve did
on a 1ot of others.        It was discussed thoroughly and the
bills were defeated in commiàtee fore..all for good reasons

 h c e o x e s v o i cu s e e o e e o e l n
w i h ar t o e t n i e t d s s h r . N v v c m a o g.             1
vhicâ is not uaknovn to the legislative process, to atteœpt
to do what ve can't do in coa/ittee vhat gqêre going to do on
tàe eloor. buE I#R rather surprised Ehac the press woald get

novd n on ht o ol eey a o o àt
ivle i dig ta. s Ivqdmrl syt yuta                                 1
these bîlls a1l received a good, fair keariag in Executive
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Cozlittee and if we have any feeling for tbe Processv T gould
ask that this a/endment be defeated.
PRESIDANT:
   Purkber      dkscqssion   on   Aœendaent   :o. 27    Senator
Schuneman.
sEglTo: SCHUNEXANI
   Thank yoqy :r. P    de
                   resi nt. kell. I vaut to join with
Senator Sangœeister in opposing this aœendment. às he said.
bills to accopplish this same purpose were given an extensive
Nearing before tke Senate Execative Com/ittee. Everybody àad
a chance to say vhatever they vanked to saye tàere was full
debate and     nov to see these bills come before the Seaatee I
thinke gould require if.aoif ve are going to give it the tiae
that is necessary is going to take zore time tàan ve have
here.                    e enda ts boald be rejec
        I think tbat thes am en s                ted. If
the Press Association and others vho gant to change this Act
in future yearsg theyêll have a chance to come back and tes-
tify before the coamittees again. Soe I vould ask a...a vote
against these offered..othese ameadzeats.
PEESIDENT:
    âny further discussion?       Further discussion?   Senator
Demuzio. yoa wish to ctosë?
SEHATO: DE:BzIO:
    kell. l       a    ay at his a
           et me j st s eb t      nend      epr   s
                                      ment r esent a
cozpromiseg I aœ told, that tàere gerea.awere, in fact, four
bills in khe Senate Execative Comzittee tàat addressed tàis
  bj     on
sq ect. N e of tàez cleared the coœmittee and           k xat
                                                    thin t
sent a very clear signal to the pcoponents of tàe legks-
lation: and I think they got the message and they now co/e
back with three significant comproœises. Tàey do not change
the iatent of the Freedoz of Inforzation Acte they merely
œake clarifications to ensure that the F0I is not a denial
ofe..of...of    Infornational     âct.   The changes prizarily
address changes that are nade by the Governor's amendatory
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geto and not wbat :he General àssembly bad originally passeâ.
I vould zove for the adoption of Aœendment No. 2 ko Senate
Bill 911.
PRBSIDENT:
    â11 right, senator Dezuzio *as zoved           the...senator
Fagell: for vhat pqrpose do you arise?
SEMATOP 1à%Ett:
    A point of iaformation. It.aavas this aueniment 4istrib-
ated te the committee.a.
PRESIDENT:
    @e1l...
SCNATO: Fà@:Lt:
    a a . apparently   this is a fairly izportant comzittee and I
ion't know ghat theylre talking about.
PRESIDZNT:
    . . . 1...1   az sure that..xthat it hasy in facte beea dis-
tribated.     Senator Demuzio has moved the adoption of àaend-
ment No. 2 to senate Bill 911. àl1 ia favor of the adoption
of the azendzent indicate by saying àye. &l1 opposed. Opin-
ion of the Chair: the Noes have it. The aaendzent fails.
Further amendmentse Hr. Secretary?
SXCRETàEX:
    No further aaendments.
PRESIDEXT:
    3rd reading. 0n the Order of Senate Bills 3rd Reading.
Senate Bill 949. Senator Karpiel seeks leave of tNe Body to
retqrn that bill to the Order of 2nd Reading for purposes of
an amendment.        On the Order of Senate Bills 2nd Reading:
Senate Bill 9%9, :r. secretary.
SECRETARïZ
    âmendment No. I offered by Senator Karpiel.
PEESIDENT;
   Senator Karpiel on àzend/ent No. 1.
SCNATOR KàEPIEL:
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       Thank yoq. Nr. President. àlendment No. 1 deletes the
    provisions currently in the bill and adds uaiform nedical            i
                                                                         I
                                                                         I
    standards to tNe Morker's Compensation àct.      Specificallye       I
                                                                         I
    this adopts t:e àmerican àcadeœy of Orthopedi Su
                                                 c rgeon man
                                                        s   -            I
     a o r ào
    a 1fr o t                                                            1
                 e i u gos n a ut n e ma n hs cl
                p d c s r e n i ev l a i g p r a e t p y i a             1
     z a r e t h t n a d r à oq d t o o etr i i g
    i p i / n as t e s a d r s o t e f n a i n f r d e p n n             1
     e mn n w at a i ai i y ndr et o     h ok rs
    p ra e t p ri ld sb l t u e Sc in 8ofte gre #                        1
    Compensation àct, and I move for its adoptioR.
     R SD N F IE : S NT E UI )
    P EI I GO eC R (EAOR DK ZO                                       '
                                                                         1
        A11 righte Senator Karpiel has moved the adoption of
                                                                         1
    Amendment No. l ta seaate Bili 9q9. Is there any discussion?
    Senator   Eock.
                                                                         I
    SENATOR BOCK:
        9el1. 1...1 presume that if we are talking about signifi-
    can: amendzents, this one certainly gould qaalify. Has khis
    one been distributed?

     E II G E IE : S NT R E OI )
    PRSD X O FC E (E àO DKZ O                                            j
        Senator Karpiel.
    SENATO: KàRPIELZ                                                     j
                                                                         :
                                                                         .
        I donet believe so.                                              :
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    PRESIDIHG OFEI     SEN
                  CERZ ( ATOZ DEHUZIO)
        Senakor Rock.                                                    :
    SENATO: ROCK:
        I...I...you knogv we...we are trying      ta expedite tbe
    process and afford every Kember an opportunity to get their
    bill into :àe shape they wish itF but for goodness sakee if
    yoa#re going to strike everything after the enacting clause
    and coae in vith a bill that...that you aad I both knov prob-
    ably gould not have gotten out of the Labor and Cozaerce
    Comuittee or...any other committee for that natterw I think
    in fairnesse that ought to be digtribated. Sow I#m going to
    r         d
     eqqest an ask ot         ok
                     hers to j n in with me that this amend-             i
     e t o u ee e i t i u e . h r r o e h t e a
    l a : f r s r b d s rb td T e ea e sœ ta w cn                        1
    go through vitùout the necessity of.aoof inuadating everybody
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vith a 1ot of paper. @e almost have to vork on a system of
krust around heree buta.abuk sopething this dra/atic. trqlye
        e
I believ the membership ougbt be zade avare of it and ve can
Nol; it-..thereêll be another cecall list tomorrow aad prob-
ablg on Tàursday and probably on Friday and zost certainly on
Saturday.
PBESIDIHG OFFI     SENA
              CER: (   TOR DEKOZIO)
    senator Karpiel.
52:àTOR K&EPIEL:
    I bave no problem as long as zkag isnlt on tbe recall
'
list on Saturday.
PRE        PFI EI ( à
   SIDIMG O CE       SEN TOR DENUZTO)
    àl1 rightv take it out of t:e recordm..vell. ladies and
'
geRtlemene if we coald have yoqr attentione please. ke have
sone very speciat guests that are with us today..-ve bave
some special guests that are...are with qs today. Last year,
I :ad the special privilege of offering a Senate Eesolution
ko tàe Litchfield Pqrple Paather Girl's Basketball Teaz when
they won the State championship ande of coursee Litchfield is
in my district.     This year, Senator DaviGson and I...and I
Nave...collaborated as we did las: tize on Ehe Senate nesolu-
tion-..in Senator Davidsonls old district      and   Senator
Dagidson has a resolutioa that is currently before the Gen-
eral Assenbly here that he would like to introduce the zez-
   s
ber of t:e team and to s           nd  ds out tbe
                        ay a few ki xor ab
Litchfield Purple Panther Ladies.
seHATOR DA7IDSONZ
    Thank youy Kr. President. I#d like to present to you a
tea? fro? a little Eovn in Illiaois so that yoq big city
slickers will know ve...we do know ào* to play basketball
                                          s
Govn in this cauntry. Thts is a team thatl beea undefeated
two straight years during the regular seasoa, lost two games
in tvo yearsy qach to the team tba: went on to beco/e t:e
state champion of the Girl:s Basketball Class âe and for
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those af you who vere fortqnate enoqgh to àage tàe oppor-
tunity to play this team, yaulll knov that they had talent       '
an4 I'm particularly pleasqd to tell youy since Weere a11
fro? Illiaais. that one of the leading stars of this girl's
basketball team is going to Eastern tâis coœing.-.this fall
    arti         eir sk b s.a.p am ov th e an
to p cipate in th ba et all    rogr  er er   d                   I
                                                                 I
ve:re delighted to keep our home town talent. I#d like to        I
present theic coach: Pbkt Stivers: u:o will iakrodqce bis
                                                                 I
                                                                 j
                                                                 I
teaa meabecs. Phil.                                              1
                                                                 !
                                                                 !
COACH STIVERS:                                                   I
              In odu   ns ade by à coac
              ( tr ctio a         h1   h)
5:5:10: Dà7IDS0::
   On behalf of the aezbers of the Senate: particularly
Senator Denuzio and œyself, IId like ko present to you Sqnate
Resolution 195e wNich congratulates Fou on tbe oqtskanding
talent youlle done and veItl be looking forward to introduce
you back qp hece Rext year. Good Lqck.       I Right say, foc
those of you wùo are noh up here close, ànn 'loom, the ot:er
nightv whea Governor Thompson vas presenting tàez tàen: shook
him up a little bite :cause she's the first girl tàat could
look hi* right directly in the eye and he didn't quite know
hog to handle that.
PBES          CE  SEN OR
    IDIKG OFFI R: ( AT DE:03I0)                                  I
                                                                 1
   All right: gith leave af the Bodgy we'll return to the        I
                                                                 :
                                                                 (
orier of Recalls.      Senate 3i11 9%9, Senakor Karpiel. 997:
senator Collins. sonator Collins on the Floor?         Senator
Collias seeks leave of the Body to return Senate Bill 997 to
the Order of 2ad Reading for the purpase of an amendment. Is
leave granàêd? teave is grantqd. 0n t*e Order of senate          !
                                                                 I
                                                                 I
                                                                 I
Bills 2nd Reading is senate Bill 9:7, :r. Secretary.             r
                                                                 i
SECBZTàEVZ                                                       l
                                                                 !
   èzendment :o. 1 offered by Senator Collins.
PAESIDING OfFICE   SENà
                R: ( TOR DESUZIO)
   Senator Collins.
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                                                                             !
             ïes, thank you. :r. Chairman and mezbers of the..-the
                                                                             !
        SeRate. Senatl Bill 997 is the election reform bill for              l
                                                                             I
                                                                             :
          sen       g or tu nts. @ t t bil ou of the
        ab tee votin f s de       e ook àe l t                               1
        record. ke have answered the concerns of oqr colleagues on           I
        the other side of tàe aisle. I tàink there's an agreement on         '
                                                                             1
        the bille ald I vould move for the adoption of àwendment Ko.
        2.                                                                   1
        PRCSIDING QEFICEP                                                    1
                              SENà
                            : ( TOR DEMUZIO)                                 1
             Senator Collias has Qoved the adoption of àmendment :o. 2
                                                                             !
                                                                             I
        o e a e i l 9 . .u nz n o . e ao o ln a
        t Sn k B l 97 .A ed e tN a 1 S n tr C l is : s                       j
        Roved the adoption of àmendment 5o. 1 to Senate Bill 997.
         ny
        # discus               hos
                aion? Tf notg t e in fagor si          ay
                                             gnify by s ing                  1
        àye.     Opposed Nay.   The Ayes have it. àmendwent :o. 1 is         .
        adopted. Further amenGzents?
        SECEETàRï:
             Xo furkher azeudments.

        E S D' F I R S NT E E 0 I
        PE I IGO FCE: (E AO Dx z5)                                           1
             3r4 readiRg...1021: Senator.e.senator aocky for what pur-

        o e o o rs
        p s d y Q a i e?                                                     j
        SENATO: ROCK:                                                    '
'
             Thank youg :r. President.   1021 is a zatter of some
                                                                             1
        impartance. obvioasly, with a11 the anendments khat àave been
        filed.    Botb senator Philip and i have discussed the neces-
                                                                             !
        sity for a caucus at the point at vhich ve reach 1021.     xy
        suggestion ise let's skip dovn to 1063. Letes get through            I
        the list. then we wi11 rgvert back to   1021. at whicà tile
        tàere vi1l be a reqaest on bokh sides for a caucus.
                                                                             !
            ID              SEN<
        PSCS I'G OFFICER: ( TO: D    EH03I0)
                                                                             !
            Qith leave of the Body, ge gi1l skip dovn to 1063: sena-         i
                                                                             !
        tor Lqft. On the Order of Seuate Bills...on the recalls,             :
        SeRator Luft seeks leave of t:e Body to return senate Bk11           I
        1063 to the order of 2nd Readiug for the purpose of an azend-
        Kent. Is leaFe granted? teave is grauted. On the Order of
                                    w
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Seaate Bills 2nd Beading is Seaate Bill 1063. :r. secretary.
SECRETAAK:
    Amendzent 5o. le by Senators Luft: Bloom and Zito.
PRC     G
   SIDIN OFF       S TOP D DZI
            ICER: ( ENà   EK O)
    Senator tuft.
SZNATOR LBFT:
    Thank you, :r. President. àlendmeat No. 1 to Senate Bill
1063 becozms the bill and peraits income +ax dedqctions on
income   earned froz bondsv notes or okher evidence of
inGebtedness issued by the State of Illinois, State organized
authority or local public entity. Carreatlye Itlinois bonds
are exempt from Feieral Incoae Tax but not State lncoue Qax.
other stakesv including New ïork. offer thia so-called double
exemption to its residents. In Illinoise oqly bonds issue;
by the Illinois Housing Developlent àqthority get the double
exe/ption. @e believe that Senate Bill 1063 vill result in a
regenqe loss up fronk although an estimate caano: be calca-
lated at this tize; hovever. such aa iucentive will over the
tong-run save State and local governmenta revenues as a
result of lower interest charges on bonds œade more market-
able by the kncentive.
PRESIDEKT:
    Senator Laft has moved the adoption of àmeadmeat No. 1 to
Senate Bi1l 1063. Discussion? Senator Netsch.
SCNATOZ NDTSCR:
   Thank you: Hr. President.    I think     members should be
agare thak this is a very dramatic chanqe in tax policy that
is being proposed in khis amendaent for the State of I11i-
noise an4 my guess is tNat the cost, while undeterliued, and
I think there is a fiscal note requirelent that has been
filede ia probably very sabstantial. I...I'm not sure that
it makes any sense to specqlate. I have heard soze specuta-
tial that kt zkght be as high as forty or fifty millioa
dollars fro? the state revenue base. Bat the point is that ve
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Nave Reverao.done this kind of thing to tNe Illinois Income
'ax; that is. We have always added back in the interest thak
is on so-called tax exezpt bonds kàat ir is already exempt at
the Federal legel. khat we are now providing is a double
exemptione if you gill; that is: exemption froa eederal
Income Tax and again of an exemption from state Income Tax of
a11 of the interest on so-called tax exezpt bonds.         Nove
some...l suppose it wk11 lake thez slightly more desirable
alth           t eally thi i s g ng t h e that naj
    oqgh I donl r         nk tl oi o av           or
an iœpact becaase the state Income Tax is still ak a low,
flat rate. It is the Fedqral Income Tax that really Kakes
the differeace and the reason for tNe tax exempt status of
these bonds, aad as zany of you knoge the...congress has been
trying to retract for :he lask several years because kàe Fed-
eral 'reasury is losing billiona of dollars from the exemp-
tian of tax.-.of the iuterest on these bohds and we are no*
beginning ta start to do the same thing with respect to the
State level.       donêt really think       is goiag to be that
much of an attraction, againe because of oqr 1ow tax rate :ut
it is going to be a large revenue loss.
PRESIDING OFFI     SENà
              CEBI (   TOR DE;BzIO)
    a-.pardoa...parëon mew.-senator.a.pardon      2ee   Senator
Netsc:.   Caq we have soue order. This is a zatEer of some
importance. Can we :ave some ordere please.--all unauthar-
ize; persons please vacate. Senator Netsch.
SENATOR NETSCH:
   Thank...tàank you. Kr. Presiient. àgain, some of yoq may
delide: as a aatter of policy. that you are..-willing to
chznge the tax structure of oar State Income Tax tàis
dramatica           st
         lly, but ju be alert t k
                               o ke fact that            is a
    r
maja ch      n ol        e ake t
       ange i p icy at th st              il
                                evel and w l be costly
to oqr tax base.
PE    IN
  CSID G OFPI      SEN OE
             CEE: ( àT DEKOZIO)
   Fqrther discussion? Seuatoro..senator sloow.
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SENATOP 3LOO:z
   Thank youy 5r. Presiden: aad fellow senators.        I've
  ihe n       ns ip
jo d i thê spo orsh in k      endm  nd e...I'
                        his am ent a w       ve
t:ougbt about this for some time. First, in response to one
of the arguzents by the prior speakers, forty-four other
skates exeRpt from their state income tax incoke froa tàis.
  con  e.    àt v, his i n a z or poli ch
Se d, w o.rig no t      s ot  aj      cy ange in
the instance that...weêve already decide; in the cantext of
IEDA tàat to aake these bonds aore attractive in tNe tarket
place, the IHDA bonds are already exeopt from *he State
Income Tax. ând uight T add that makes tàeœ Fery attractive
andy quite fraakly, they4re selling like hot cakes.   It is
the feeling of Senator tqft and œyself and otbers vho are
looking at econowic iqvelopnent ia this state and thq aarket-
ability of our boads that this is an attractiFe feature and
that tbe fiscal stateient shogs that the revenue kmpact is
miniyal. ve hear; this kind of angqzent against abolishing
tEe Illinois Inheritance Tax. ïet, we did indead aboliah the
Illinois Iaheritance Tax three. four years aqo and ve still
have almosta..right nov: todaye a seven àundred zillion
dolkar sqrplas in oar General Revenue eand. It seems to ue
that if we are going to sqad a signal to tàe rest of t:e
vorld   tàat ve#re ready to do businesse t:at as a portion of
Khis and as a portion of improving our infrastructure, 'cause
I firmly believe that ve will. at so/e point: have a program
        st
by t:e 1 of July, that we oqght to do it vith...insofar as
possible with lllinois bonds and vith Illinois bonds that are
competitive vith the other forty-four states. I think that
tbis anendment and tàis bill are such that ûl1 of qs in tbis
Chaober can support. Thank you.
PEESIDING OFeICERz    (SEXATOR Di;UzIO)
   Further discussion? Senaàor Etheredge.
SEKATOR ETHEaEDGE:
   Tàank youe ;r. Presldeat aod Ladies and Gentlezen of the
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    senake.     2t has already been pointed oqt tàat there arê
    reveRue implicatious associated withw..vith this proposal and
    I...and it has also beeav you knowe pointed out that
    t:ese-..this càaage voald make these bonds zore atkractive to
    potential purcbasers which zighk resqlt in...in loger inter-
    est rates as wellv so that the.-.the fiscal izpact does cut
    both ways for the State of Illiûois, at least for tàose bonds
    gàicà tàe...the SEate itaelf sells. For those bonds sold by
    other qnits of local governme            inl
                                 nt, it certa y is jqst a
    reveaue loss to the..ato the state. As I understand it,
    a...a fiscal note has beeu.v.has been filed.     I would cer-
    tainly     appreciate    tbev..the sponsor.p.all the inforza-
    tioa...gakhering as auch information as possible as to
    exactty what this fiscal impact is going to be before ve àave
    to vote on this on 3rd reading.
    PRZSI9ING OEFI     S      E    ZI
                  CER: ( EXàTO DESO O)
        eurther..ofurther discussiou?.-.senator..wsenakor Szit:.
    SAMâTOE SNITH:
        Thank yoae :r. President and members of t:e Senate.      I
    skand on a point of personal privilege. I#d like to...
    PEE     G FICE
       SIDIN OE      SENâ    S;z
                  B: ( TOH DE IO)
        . . . can   ve haFe aome order, please. sepator Szlthe on a
    poiat of persanal privilege.
    SEKATOR S:ITn:
        Thank you, sir. I4d like to intraduce a...a groap fEoz
    ay diskrict of gev City. YheyAre down here tobbying today and
    I jqst want Eo recog       ei res ce. v
                        nize th r p en     oald you please
    stand.
     EE IH     ICE
    P SID G OFF EZ          S AT        zI
                            ( EN OR DEHB O)
        If our guests in the gallery would please stand aqd be
    recognized by the Senate. %elcone to springfield. Furtàer
    discussion? Senaàor Qelch.
    SZXATOR QSLCH:
       Question of the sponsory Hr. PresiGelt.
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PRESIDING OFFI     SE OR
              CER: ( NAT DEKOZIO)
   Indicates he gill yield. Senator %elch.
SXNA*OE WELCH:
   Senaàor   Lufte if a bond is sold as a tax exezpt bondy      1
gould the State then ge* a higher rate of interest return for
the bond or vould the interqst rate on the bond be lover?
PBESIDING OFFICER:    (SENAIOB DEHDZIO)
   Senatar Luft.
SZNIQOE LUFTI
   It would have...I don't tàink it vould have anything to
do vith the interest rate of the bond.
PRESIDING OFFICE   SCNA
                E: ( TOR DEAUITO)
    e a o ec .
    Sn tr ë lh                                                  I
 z,o sc z
ss zs vz s                                                      1
    %                                                           1
       1: ...1
     e1 1             t         t'      ct    us
              ..1 donl tNilk tha s corre . I j t read
an article yesterday in the Tribune which stated that the
                                                                I
  ss n e li          e ax e        ax ezpt aatu
lo i th Il nois Incom T du to the E ex         re               1
                                                                I
of àhese bonds woqld be offset to the extent thak..othe Skate   !
would be able to get a hîgher interest rate. Certainlyg if
                                                                I
you're going to buy a bond and it's going to be tax exezpt, I
o G hik al e il n o a o e o e or
vql t n I w qdb g li gt py ur mn y f                  a tax     1
                                                                !
 xmt o d à n  ol     omqp ad o ad o
e e p bn ka I v ud a nn x mtb n .s . Ikn t                      1
think that the loss in revenue by the State froz incaze tûx     l
                                                                I
ol e fst o ra el y h nrae eeu o
gud b ofe t agetda b teùcesdrvnet                               1
 he ate     e   er ate f rn   e ond, and I
t st by th high r o Detu on th b                                I
 nten       rt s asure
i d to auppo thi me    .                                        1
PRESIDING OFFICERI    ( TOR D
                      SENA   E:OZIO)                            i
                                                                I
     r h r i c s i n? e a o c a e a . e a o u p
   Pu t e d s u s o G n t r S h n l n S a t r R p .             1
 E AO C B EA Z
S NT E SH N SN                                                  1
    à question of the sponsorg ;r. Presideat.

 X SD K F IE Z S NT : E GI )
P E I I G O F C D (C A O D N Z O                                1
   Indicates he gill yield. Senator Schuneman.                  '
SENàTOR SC:ENEdAN:
   Senatore are yoq amendiag the Income Tax Act?
                                              1
                                              (
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P     IN
 XCSID G OFFICE   SEXA
               H: (         KDZ
                      TOB DE IO)
    Senator Lqfk.
SENàTOA LBFT:
    ïes.
   SID G #ICER: ( NAT D ZIO)
PZE IX OF       SE OP EKU
    Senator Schuneman.
SZNATOR SCHUNCAàN:
    So, tkere's nothiûg kua..ih youc bill tEat spelks to the
isseance of bonds. It only speaks to kâex..iaposition of tàe
tax. Is tàat correct?
PRZSIDI'G OFFI     SEN
              CERC ( ATOR DEMBzIO)
    Seaator Luft.
SENATOB LgeTz
    That is correct.
PBESIDING OEFI     SEN OR
              CEEZ ( AT DE:D?IO)
    Senator Schuneman.
5E%&TOE SCH;NCKAN:
    Qell, I'd simply vant to point out to.w-ko Ry colleagues
th4t: hulber onee the argalent that is aade tàat sotehov tàis
vilt help the sell of Illinois bonds, the same argunent #ill
be true then of bonds of egery okher state; and most boads of
this kind are awnsd Dot by private individaals but by banks
and savings and loans and insurance compaaies. So, to vhat-
ever eltent we:re granting tax relief, ve are granting that
relief to those business organizations to a Kuch greater
Jegree than ve are *o individuals.     Alsoe.--tke..-the argu-
ment that somehow this is going to make Illinois bonds sell
bektere I subnit to youe is probably false becaqse Illinois
bo      e    g       re       t ke
  nds ar goin to be t ated jua li t:e b          of ev
                                       onds of... K
fork or any other state. ghen the owuer files his tax returne
he's simply not going to have to pay Illiaois tax, regardless
of vàetàer he awns Illinsis bonda or Ne# ïork bonds or àlaska
boads. I:m not so sure this is a great idea. 1...1 tbink ve
olght to debate it on 3rd reading, but I woul; hope tbat by
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that tize. we#ll know gàat the fiscal impact of tàis làole
thiag gil1 be.
 ES D # F I E : S NT R EB I )
P EII GO FC P (EâO D KZ O                                        I
                                                                 1
     q t e i cu s o e a o i o
    F r h r d s s i n? S n t r Z t .                             j
 z à o l o:
ss Tn ze                                                         1
   Thank you: Hr. Presideht and me/bers. xot to belabor the
 oi    t
p nt bu 1, t          oi          ons
            oo, have j ned as a sp or ok tàis legis-
latioa. I did it for one: T thinky very good reason.       @e
aeed to take an ini:iakive here in khe State of Illinois and
I think that thereês a number of...a multitude of prograas
that we are going to consider before July 1 that are going to
                                                                 1
deal prizarily with...Build Illinois and...
PPE     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SC OE NU O)
             CER: ( NâT DE ZT
    Senator Z    ... do
             itae par n ?    a      om .     es d
                         e: j st a z ent Ladi an
qentlemen, can ve have some order. I have difficulty hearing
the speaker myself. Senator Zito.
SENATO: zITOz
    Thank you. I think tàat we need to take some initiative
ia the State of Illinoise and certainlg ln tâis Body. If
ve.re talking about bonding programa like Bqild Illinois,
tben I think ve're going to have ko offer some types of
                                                                 I
incentiFes. Xone of the people tâat àage spoke in opposition     E
to this amendment have really indicated the loss of.u of
zoney to the State. . . to the State funds and we#re not sure;   I

  t rn l , e r n g il n h t e o ' n : h t
  ief ak y v 'e i a ps to ta v dn t k o va                       j
t:e iwpact is going to be.. tet's stop looking oa khea.oon
                                                                 !
                                                                 1
t:e short side or the short-ter? gaias or losses aad letes
loak long-term.    @e don't knov for aare what.-.vàat tàe
lpc f hi
i a to t s is going to bee but        I woukd trust that it      1
 oq d e f r a e n e t v o N t t f l i o s n
k l b o a ge k ric n ie t te sae o I l ni a d                    I
 /t u y l o d o d s t : a
         e
a o l tl b n à l er bu t e St te of illinois. Let:s
                                  '                              1
start acting in the State of Illinois. Let's stop reacting
to Problems ora..or have solutions of problems on a reaction
basâs rather than enacting.      Let 's take a goody bold step
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forvard and see if we candt...give soze incentives to those
indiviâqals wishing to purchase bonds. I goa1d...I gould
lppreciate your sqpport.
   SID G
PBE IN OFFICE   SENà    HEZ
             A: ( IOR DE IO)
    Further discussion? Seaator Geo-Karis.
SE:ATO: GEO-KARIS:
    #el1: dr. President and tadies and Genkle/en of tbe
Senatey we do allow exezptions in the Feieral...under Pederal
and Stateo..Federal Incone Taxa          I thiak this is a good
anendzent becaqse it...as the prior speaker aaide ik will
encourage more people to bay Illinois bonds, noce money is
goiag to be circalated to...to give us moneg to do more for
edacation and others.      support the anendzent.
PRZ     G   ICC S     OR Kg I0)
   SIDIN OFF BZ ( ENAT DE Z
    eurther discussion? senator îuft aay close.
sâ5àTOP LPFT:
    Thaak you. Kr. President.         thiak that senator Hloom and
Senator Zito have conveyed Ehe intent of Senate bill...or tke
anendzent to Senate Bi11 106) adequately. keAre attqnpttng
to enhance the saleability of Illinois bonds. If that is a
   z            en  lea
for of guilt, th I p d gui         ou
                          lty aad v ld u           oin
                                        rge you to j
Ke in collective gqilt.
PEE     G   ICE SE OR EXU O)
   SIDIN OFF RI ( RàT D ZI
    Senator Iuft moves the adoption of àzendment xo. 1 to
Senate Bi11 1063. Qhose ia favor sigaify by saying àye.
Opposed Nay. The àyes have it. laendment No. 1 is adopted.
Purther azendlents?
SEC9ETàRT:
    Amendzent Xo.       by Senator Blooâ.
PR:SIDING OEF      SEN OR :U O)
             ICER: ( AT DE ZI
    Senator Bloon.
SENZTO: BLOO::
    I#G tike to...I'd like to withdraw that aœendzent ùad be
added as a sponsor to     1063.
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PDESID        CER
      I#G OFFI Z ( NA          IBZ
                     SE TOB DEf IO)
                                                                I
    àll right, Senator Bloo/ seeks leave of the Body to with-
                                                                !
Gra? Amendlent Ko. 2. and I'/ told tàat yoq are already a co-
sponsor of Anendment     1.   Further amendzents? à11 rigât.
Senator Bloon isa..senator Bloom.
SENJTDR stoo'z
      s, d eek to be a
    Xe I# s           dded as a j       o      o 0 .
                                 oint sp nsor t 1 63
PRESIDING OFFI      SE TOR DE
              CER: ( NA      EOZIO)
    Senator Blool seeks leave of the Bodg to be added as a
hyphenated cospoq        ena   11 :63
                 sor of S te Bi 1 . Is t        e
                                        here obj c-
kion? senator Luft.
SENATD: LDeT:
                                                                I
    I:m not obj     g,
               ectin :r. Pre     t: R ot zing both to
                            ziden I' ap oqi                     i
S         oom d nator Zito. It gas my i nt ye day
 enatar Bl an Se                       nte    ster              I
                                                                I
to add both those individuats as hyphenated Sponsors and I
    d e at ou     d          hl me.
voul àop tà y woul do so at t s ti                              I
 Q SD N E IE I SH T E OI
P E I I G O F C R (E < OR D d ZO)                               1
    à11 right.      ëith leage of tbe Body, we vill      add
 oh .s nt r       o/ n io s y bn td o pn os
b t . a e a o s Blo a d Z t a h p e a e c s o s r .       Is    1
  aFe. d ator Geo-K
le ..an Sen        aris as hyphenated coaponsors. Is            j
te     ra ed? Le is gra . It4s so ordered. Senate
  age g nt      ave    nted                                     I
Bill 107:. Seaator Luft seeks teave of tEe Boûy to returh       i
Seh         07%   :e rder of 2n Re
   ate Bill 1 to t O                            urpo
                               d ading for khe p se             I
af an amendment. Is leave granted? Leave is granted.      Gn    j
                                                                '
the nrder of Senate Bills 2nd neading is senate Bil1 1074:      I
                                                                l
dr. Secretary.
                                                                !
SCCRETARY:                                                      '
    à/endzent No. 1 offered by Senator Lufk.

PEESIDING OFFI     SBN     CSPZ
              CER: ( âTOE D IO)                                 (
    Senafor Zuft.                                               E
                                                                l
SENATOD tBfT:
    Thank youe :r. President. Amendment No. 1 clarifies that    I
the bill creates registration rathec than licensiug or
certification.   rt also changes the conposktion of tbe Clin-
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                                                                       2
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 cl a o ao y c ec o r , lo s h ea te t f
ia I b r tr s in e B ad al w te D pc mn o                              1
Pegistration and Bducation to define an alternative roqte of
               '
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                                                                       j
qualifying consisting of a colbinatiou of experience and edu-          l
                                                                       !
catione adds a grandfathêr clause to register those who
                                                                       !
obtain docuzentation of experience and bage been practicing            :
for two yeara aad makes techaical changes.         yZa: we have
tried to do with this aiendœent is to œake senate Bill 107%
       e
not obj ctiona     o   on n e
              ble t any e i th ind    y. egist ti a
                                  qstr x      ra on nd
Education has approved of it# and I vould ask for the
adoptzent.a.adopting of Ameniœent No. 1 to Senate gill 10;R.
PRESIDIXG OF#I     SZN OB
              CER: ( AT DENDZIO)
    Senator Quft zoves the adoption of àmendment       No. 1 to
Senate Bill 1074. Is khere aay discussioa? If not. those in            !
favor signify by sayinq àye. Opposed Nay. The àyes bave it.            i
àzqndlent Xo. 1 is adopked. Further azendïents?
                                                                       ;
SEC:ETARK:                                                             I
                                                                       1
                                                                       .

    Mo furkher amendments.
 R SD X F IE Z S NT E 0I )
P E I I G O F C R (E A OB D : Z O                                      1
    3rd reading. @CI: has requested permission to videotape
 h r c e i g . s e v r n e ? i h o bj c i n
t e p o e d n s I l a e g a t d R t n o e k o s,                       1
leave    is         granted.   Senate Bill 1160.   Senator @elch
 e k . .1 3 . e a o a s n. e a o a s n n h l o ?
s es . 29 S n tr Mto sn t r :to o te eo r
                '
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 26
1 7 . Senator Kustra. senator Kustra oa the Floor? 1292.               (
Senator schuaeman. On the Order of the aecalls is Senate
Bill    1272.       senator scbaneman seeka leave of t:e Body to
return Seqate Bill 1292 to the Order of 2nd Readlng far the
pqrpose of an amendment.           Ts leaFe graated?   teage is
                                                                   .
                                                                       1
rne. n h re f eae il n edn s eae
gatd O teOdro Snt Bls2dRaigi snt                                       1
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SC BA Y                                                                1
    à/endkent Xo. 3 offered by Senator schunezan.                      '
PZESIDING OFPICE   SENA
                R: ( TOR DESDZIO)                                      l
   Senator Schunezan.
SENATOB SCHUNENAKZ
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    a k a : r r sie . h s s e a t e t f n q -
   Th n y u E . P e d nt T i i a D p r m n o I s r              1
 n e i l h c e s o a s e a m m e e f . of
a c b l w ih s ek t r i e th mi i u l v l o . .                 1
 a i a n u p a e u r ; f o p n es o n q i e s n
c pt la d sr ls rg ie o c la i d ig bs ns i                     l
                                                                I
 l io s h i l s r g nl y n rdc d a on o
I ln i . Te bl a o i ia l i Eo ue vs g ig t                     j
caase a problem for sone of the small life insurance compa-

 i s n b t t . ho g ere f e En sg h s r -
n e i E e sa e Q ruh a s i ao me ig t oe pob                    j
 e s a e e n eole n à n ra e n aptl n q-
la h v b e r s vd ad t e ice s i c i a ad sr                    1
                                                                !
 l s il o e hs d n v         e id f ie        hn
p u v l n v b p a e i o ec a p r o o t m . I t i k              1
tha: evorybody is nov in agreement gith àmendmeat No. 3 and I
 o l oe t d pi n
v qd R v :s a ot o                                              1
                         .                                      1
 RBS
P IDING OEFI     SEN OB
            CERI ( AT DEKOZIO)
     1 ih :
    A 1 rg t   Senator schuueman has uoved the adoption of      1
àuendtent No. 3 to Senate Bill 1292. àny discussion? If
 o . h s n a o i ni y y ay n y p o e a . k
n t t o e i f v r s g f b s î g A e. O p s d N y T e            1
Ayes have kt.     Amendment No. 3 ùs adopted. Further amend-
 et?
mns                                                             1
 B RT R Z
S CE â T                                                        1
    Ko furkher azendaents.

 P SD ' E IE : S XT R E ;I )
P EI I GO fC E (EAO D; zO                                       1
    3rd reading. A11 right: with leave of the Body, Senator
ëatson is on t:e Floor. Qe would return to Senate Bill 1239.
Is leave granted?      Leave is granted. senator @atson seeks
 e v f h o y o et r e at l 2 9 o à r e
l a e o t e B d t r u n sn e Bi l 1 3 t t e O d r of            l
2nd Reading for the purpose of an aœendzent. Is leave
    ke   eav
graa d? l e is gzanted. 0n the Order of S    e   ls nd
                                         enat Bil 2
is senate Bill 1233. ër. Secretary, read the bill.
SECRETàEKI
    zmendaent 5o. 1 offered by Senator Qatson.
PRESIDING OFEICER:    (S:SATOR DEdUzI0)
    Senator %atson.
SENATOE 9âTSON:
    a k ou . r s d n . m n œ n o l i i s o e
   Th n y ydr P e i e t à e d e t B . 1 c ar f e s m            1
                                                                i
problems that we had with the lmgislation.    It places the     '
agen      be
    cy...t agency plaèing the stud      st   fy e
                                  ent mu noti tà
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appropriate school distric: of tâe status of t:e studentsy
residency vhen applicable sn or prior to the place/ent. àlso
the school district bave responsibility for the provision of
educational services for a1l school childrea ages tbree to
twenty-one residing githin its boundaries. The intent of
this parkicular portion of Ehe amenimeat is not to burien the
school dkstrict kith any.o.or Withoqt any financial relief.
keAre not trying to buroen the district witNout financial
relief. 'hatês the iateat of that particular provision.         It
also creates a ne* paragraph ghich ina..ghich was in Senate
Bitl 1239 to clarify and emphasize the defùnktion of a resi-
dent dkstrict. I aove for the adoptiou.
PRESIDIHG OFFI     SEN
              CER: ( ATOR 9EH0ZI0)
    Senator Qatson has moved the adoption of àmend/ent No. 1
to Senate Bill 123:. àny discussion? Tf noty those in favor
signify by saying àye.        Opposed Nay.       The àyes have it.
Amendment No. 1 is adopked. Fucther aœendments?
SECDETARE:
    No furthec amendments.
   SID G
PRE I# OFF      sE OR f ZI
          ICERJ ( #àT DEIU O)
       ;rd   readiag.     1250. Senator gatson.      On the order
of.e.senator Ratson seeks leave of the Body to return Senake
Bill     1250 to the Order of 2nd neading for the purpose of an
amendnent. . Is leave granted?       Leave is granked.     On tàe
order of Senatq Bills 2nd Aeading is Senate Bill 1250: :r.
Secretary.
SECEBTABK:
    àmendzeuk xo. 1 offered by senator gatson.
PAC     G
   SIBIN OFFI     sE T0R DE
             CER: ( #à     dnzIo)
    Senator @atson.
SBXATO: @à%SON:
   Tbank you. Hr. President. Appreciate your going back to
this order of busiaess tooe thank you. Senake àœendment No.
  to 1250...tbis is the Library àctg which I'm sure many of
                                                            1



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i
I
l    o ae ee ona td b t h s mn m n o e oe h
    y uh v b ac t c e aoa.T i a ed et n vb cm s te
;      l  d hat vel goin to do. a 1: ju r
    bil an v       re   g                      he n-
                                 nd 11 st ead t la
l    tg . t as ht . vl . h t e r c t l on s
     l                              a
    g ae i s y ta . .e l va w 'e atll y di g i
1     at n
       g
    chz t g   f o ,i l 't l a w '
               cmzt l o l y '
                   sa      a          @hen a library is forned by
                                 t
    a corporate aqthorityy a...4uricipalkty. vhen a ltbrary is
    formede a district is forlede riqht nov. the..athe legis-
                                                           5
    lation and...and the àct reads that you shall levy a .1 per-
    ceut tax. ghat uedre saying is tbat thism.wmay be levied and
    tNis...this vill only be il effect for skx months.    I move
    for its adoption.
    PXE     G
       SIDIN O#FICEEI     S TOR D DZI
                          ( ENà  2d 0)
        àny discqssion?    If not, seaator Ratson has zoved the
    adoption of Amendmeut No. 1 to Senate Bill 1250.     Those ia
    favor signify by saying àye.      opposed Nay. The àyes have
    it. âmendmeat Ho. 1 is adopted. furtber azendments?
    SECEBQARX:
        'o further amendmentsa
    PE:    NG eICE
       SIDI OF        s TOR D 0zI
                  R: ( ENà   Ex O)
        3rd reading.    Senator Kqstra on the Floor?      seaator
    Xarovitz, 1317. senator Marovitz seeks leave of t:e Body to
    return Senate Bill 1317 to the Order of 2nd Beading for tke
    purpose of an ameadment.      Is leave granted?      Leave is

I    rn e .   h r e f e ae i s a e d n s el ea
    ga t d Ont eO d ro S nt Blt 2d Ra ig i S ït
i    ll a p r ec tr .
    Bz l l. s. sc e ay
l    X E R:
    SCRIà V
l
j       an m t o. fee y e ao a oi .
       à eden H 2of rd b S nt rs r vtz
i    as o G e ca ssT a z u l
    pz llN oel Ez (z ào Ds zo)
!     .senator Marovitz.
I   scxâloa xàaovlezz
r       :r
i         .
             rs d t n ele s f h e ae. o l oe o
            Pe ien ad œ b r o t e Sn t I vu dn v k
(    b e m n e t o. h c a l e d e n d p e .
    Ta l à e dl n N 1w i h h s a r a y b e a o t d
l
1
     ES DK E IE S NT B E 0I )
    PE II GO PC P: (E AO D: Z0
       à11 rig:t, senator Harovitz: having.o.having voted on the
    prevailing sideg seeks to reconsider the vote by which âaend-

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Qent <o. is adopted. Those in favor signify by sagiug Aye.
ûpposed Nay.     The âyes have        The vote is reconsidered.
Senatar darovikz now moves to Table àaenduent No. 1 to Senake
Bill 1317. lhose in favor signify by saying Aye.        Opposed
Nay.    The âyes have it. ànendzent No. 1 is Tabled. Sena-
tor...furtker amendzents?
SECECTARï:
      àzen4zent Ko. 2 offered by Senator Karovitz.
PEB     G
   SIDIN O'F       S TOR DE
            TCE:: ( ENA    XözT0)
      Senator Karovitz.
SEN&'0R NàROVITZ:
      'haak yooy very mucàe :r. President a=d Mezbers of the
Senate.     This ne? section...new a/endaentv Amendmeak No. 2.
4l1ows the State board and local boards of education and com-
*unity college districts t/ establish prograas directed at
progiding academic and enployability skills for individuals
betveen the age of sixteen and twenty-kvo who are the
Gropaats khroughout tbe State of Illinois ahd are no longer
enrolled in school. Euading for these prograus will be set
annaally by us, by the Legislatuce. House Bill 10:0 eur-
rently contains an appropriation of ninê million of vhic: %.5
     an s  ect
Rikli i dir ed strictly for th dr oqt pr
                              e  op     obleu.              The
azendment requires that these programs be outlined vithin the
adult education ptans currently reguired by law so that ge
ensqre that these programs Will be coordinated closely with
other education programs withiu cegions of tàe state and not
duplicative in natare.           d
                             voal ask for adoption of Amendaent
No.     to Senate Bi11 1317 which has beea worked out gith the
State board.
P:      G
  ZSIDIN OEIICE    S N ;      ZI
               EZ ( EN TO DEdU O)
      àay discussion?                        ges the adoptioa of
                          Senator Narovitz zo'
Amendment :o. 2 to senate Bill 1317. Those in favor signify
by saylng àye.      Dpposed yay. The Ayes have it. Aaendaeat
No. 2 is adopted. Further amendments?
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SECRETAEX:
    No further azendments.
PEESIDING OFPI     SEX
              CEE; ( ATOR DEKPZIO)
    3rd reading. Caa I haFe your attention: please. Seaator
Vadalabene has a special guest tba: he'd like to introduce to
the Senate. Senator Vadalabene.
SXNATO: VADALABENE:
    Thank you, Hr. President and lembers of the Senate.     I
would like to have your attention aad I vaald like to have it
quiet. ge have a very distinguished guest here wità us tàis
Rorning.     Bels chairaan for the Eun-For-rreedoa. He :as tvo
silver stars, three bronze stars for valor. He's a Vietnam
Veteran in 1:63. a very good friend who I got acquainted with
over the past few yearse he served in the Ninth Infantry
Divisione Dy good friend and I present to you. Tom Stack: a
Vieknao Veteran from Chicago.       Toamy: woald yoa say a few
lords. Just...
T0: STACK:
                nemar ma by Tom Sta
                (    ks de         ck)
PRZSIDING OEFICE   SESA
                XZ ( TO: SzVICEàs)
    0R the Order of Senate Bills on t:e :ecall, Senate Bill
1%02. Read the billy Hr. Secretary. For the recorde Senator
Collina seeks Ieage of the Body to recall senate Bill 1402
back to t:e Order of 2nd Beading for purposes of aaendnent.
Is leave granted?      teave is granted. on the order af 2nd
Readinq: Seaate Bill 1402. nead tàe billw Xr. secretary.
SECPATàEY:
    àzendment No. 2 offered by Senator Coltins.
PD:SIDING OPPI     SEN DK
              CEB: ( AT 5â;ICKzs)
    Senator Collins.
SZgâTO: COLLINS:
    Yêsy I @an:...I gould like ta Table Copaittee Amendment
Xo. 1...
PRESIDISG OFFICE   SE TOR Sà
                RZ ( NA     VICKAS)
                   Page 74 - dAf 2 1# 1985




   senator Collins moves to Table.e.senator Collias, having
Foteâ on the prevailing siëe, moves to reconsider the vote by
vhich Azendment No. 1 vas adopted. à11 those in favor sig-
nify by saying àye. Those opposed. The Ayes bave it. Tàe
Qotion to reconsider passes. Nog. Senator Collins moves to
Table Senate-..cozmittee âaendment Ho. I to senate Bill 1%02.
'hose in favor signify by saying Aye. Those opposed. The
àyes bave it. Anendmen: No. 1 is Tabled. àny further aaend-
Qents?
SECEETâZY:
    àmendment No. 2 offered by SeRator Collias.
PRESIDING OFFI     SENà OR
              CER: ( T SàV ICKAS/
    Senator Collins.
SEXATOR COLLINS:
    Fesg thank youe :r. President and œembers of t:e senate.
Aaendment No. 2 clarifies the intent of the Vocational and
Professional Enterprise Training Center.     It changes the
adziaistration fram t:e State Board of Cducation to t:e col-
aunity college board. It provides for sole definition and
expand the...eligibility reqqiremenkse and I would move for
i:s adoption.
    ID G FI SS: ( ENAT SA
PRES IN OF C    S     O: VICKAS)
    Is tàere discussàon? senator Eudsou.
SENJTO: HgnsO::
    Thank yoq: dr. Prêsideat and ze/bers of the Senate.    à
questioq of the spoasore if I may.
   SID G
PEE TN GFFI     sE TO9 sA
           CER: ( <&     7Ic#àS)
    5àe iadicates shelll yiald.
SEKâTOR HUDs0N:
    Senator Collins, does Khis amendaeat strike e/erythiag
after the enactiag clause?
      TN
PRESID G OFFICE   SEyA   â#I AS)
               E: ( TOR S cK
   Senator Collias.
SENâTOR C0LtI:5z
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   Yesg it does because there were a lot of technical errors
anG we ju     bad     l edra d.
         st... tNe bil r fte
PBESIDIHG OYFI     SESA O: SAVI
              CEE: (   R       CKAS)
    Senator nudson.
SXNATOX HUDSON:
   It...it woqld seem to 2e that we are dealiag here with a
bitl of soze sabstance...one of the bills in your.-.your
packagee and it would seem to me that we ahould perhaps be
better informed than I feel some of qs are carrently as to
  st    ly bat t aR
Jq exact w              nt
                he endwe does.             s hat a ndme
                                         Ha t     *e nt
been iistributed?
    ID
FAES JNG OFFIC    SBHA
              Z:: (        AV AS)
                      TOP S ICK
    Senator Collins.
SENATOR COLLIXS:
      ve   a eê     al d   h
   Qe# Just .aw ve t ke vit your staff persou about
the amendment and àe does have a copy of i: now. The aœend-
zent gas in tàq Aeferqnce Bureau, we couldn't get it out ia
tiue. It does not sabstantially change tàe.-.the basic bilt
that was introduced and debated in the committee. It simply
càzages the administrative struckere, that's all, from the
board of edacation to.w-froz the State board to tbe local
colzunity college board, bqt the program reaains the same.
PRE     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SE TOE Sà
             CER: ( NA     YICKAS)
   Senaàor Hudson.
SZNATO: HUDSON:
   I appreciate your explanation: senator Collins, but I do
recall some discussion no: long ago on a matter similar to
thise there aay be another Seuator àere that would   speak   to
that perhaps more personally Ehan Iy but ay staff person does
indicate that he haa not received a copy of it and I think it
voul; beg perhaps, wisest thal ve all take a good look at the
amqndment before we proceed.
PRESIDING OFFIC    SE TOE SA CKàS)
               EB: ( Xà     VI
   Senatorv are you joined by fi o er S
                                ve th  enators? Indi-
                    Page 76 - ëAï 21: 1935




cates he is. tet's take it out of the record.         Gn Senate
Bi1ls...velly Senatory let's not take that out of the record.
Evidently       e
         ..-if w doy techni                    e ou
                           cally. it vill ao: b j rnalized
and the actioa on Tabling àmendaent No. 1 would hot be
recordede so ve will...y           nl e ust ta à ndm
                        eah: vhy do t u j     ke me ent
No. 2 out of the record and...an; procee; to th9 next order
of bqsiness and leave 1402 on Ebe Orden of 2ad Eeading. Oar
next order of business is Senate Bi11 1453, Senator Collins.
Senator Coltins seeks leave of the Body to have senate Bill
1458 recalled ta the Order of 2nd neading for purposes of
amendoent. Is leave gran       ar       bj
                        ted; He ing no o ectione leave is
granted.     On the Order of.w.senate Bills 2nd Readiagy Senate
Bill 1:58. Aead tke bill, Hr. secretary.
SECRETAEX:
    àmendment Ko. 5 offered by Senator Collins.
PEESID        CER
      ING ûFFI : (SENATOR SAVICKAS)
    Senator Collins.
SESATOE COLLIHS:
    ïes. tkaak you, :r. President and zembers of the Senate.
I have..atàis amendzent Nas been distributed.          Tàe onlr
chaage in khks aaendment is the ezployment figures.        Cur-
rentlyg we had a figure of fifty percent above the State
average. Nov, it is aix percent unemploymenty that's a11 it
ioes: and I move for its adoption.
PEXSIDING OFFICE   SEMâ
                R: ( TOR SA%ICKAS)
    Is there discussion? Tf not. Senator Collins zoves tbe
adoption of àaendwent Ho. 5 to Senate Bill    1458.    Those in
favar indicate by saying àye. lhose opposed. 1he Ayes àave
it. àmendzent No. 5 ks adopted. àny farther aœendaents?
SECRCTARYZ
    No fqrther amendments.
PZESIDING OFFI     SENA
              CER: (        AVT àS)
                       TOR S CK
    3rd reading. On the battoa of our recall sheete ve have
tva bills. %e have Senate Bills 607 and 971 that are on con-
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sideration postponed. Sponsors..osenator Aaitkand of 607 and
Lemke of 97l aeek lqave of the Body to kave tkese bill
broqght back to tbe Order of 2nd aeaëing for pqrposes of
   nd t. I le
ame aen           ant        g o  ectio l e i
          s ave gr ed? Hearin n obj    ay eag s
granted.     On senaàe Bill 607: read the bille dr. Secretary.
SECRETARY:
    à/endment No. 1 offered by Senator naitland.
PRESIDIVG OFFI     SEN
              CERZ ( âRO; SàVICKAS)
    Senator Kaitland.
SZAATOR XAITLASDJ
    Thank you: Fery zuch: :r. President and Ladies and
Gentlemen of tàe senate. Senate Bill 607 is :he one that was
debated guiteo.oquite lengthy the other day and is nov
oa.wwresides on postponed consideration.           v@u1d...2've
atte/pted with this amendment to neet many of the-o.zany of
the obje          d         s    iefl ead th a/ ent t
        ctiohs, an 1et ze ju t br y r       e endn   o
     #The State Board of Edacation œay make exceptions to
yoq. '
the requirement of citizenship if the State Board of Edu-
Jation has deterained t:ere is a shortage of teachers in tàe
sabject areas a teacher is gu    ie o acb or if tbe s te
                             alif d t te             ka
Board of Educatian has deteczined tàam extenuatiag circua-
stances :ave delayed the ability of tbe holder of tàe certif-
                                                            '
icate to file for declaration of iatent to becoze a citizenol
    liev
I be e this zeets z         e   e on nd        d
                   any of th obj cki s a I woal move
for the...for the adoption.
        G FICCR (
PRESIDIH OF    : SENâ      VIC
                     ROR SA KàS)
    Is tEere dkscusskol? If not. Seaator qaktland Loves the
adoption of Aaendaent :a. 1 to Seaate Bill 607.      Those in
favor indicate by saying àye.     Those opposed. T:e àyes have
it. àmendœent No. 1 is adopted. âny further auendments?
SECRETARV:
   No further amendmenks.
PBESIDING OFFI     SEN ; AVI AS)
              CED: ( ATO S CK
   Backa..ge will return 607 back to the Order of Postponed
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Consideration.    3rd readingw considerakion postponed. Qa
971. Senator Leïke. Eead the bill: dr. Secretary.
SECRETâEK:
    àmendment No. 1 offered by Senator Lemke.
PRESID      #IC  SENà
      ING OF EZ: (        AVI AS)
                     TOR S CK
   Senator temke.
SENATOE tEKKE:
    khat this azendlent Goes is azends a...tvo thingse and ge
Nad this bill.ap...vhicà was brought qp. One, ve#re takiag
             f '               '
out Ehe word Talll and pqtting 'reasonable gxpenses for
                                        re
extraditiony/ and we*re taking-..and ve# definitely puttihg
in there that it's for felonies only ghich gas the intent of
tàe bilt. I ask for its adoption.
PEESIDING OFFI       SEN OR
              CERI ( àT SàV    ICKàS)
    Is there discussion? Senator Matson.
SEBRTO: @ATSOH:
    Thank you, Kr. President. IId like to ask the sponsor a
qqeatian.
PEE     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SE TOR SAVI AS)
             CEH: ( Nà       CK
    He indicates he1ll yield.
SENATOR @àTSON:
    ...vhat is the fiscal impact? #ow ve...the other day ve
debated tâis and.o.and it..vit went dovn and now we're on
conaideration postponed. but what is àbis going to do Eo the
fiscal inpact? Is it going to have anything to do vith it at
all?
PRE     G FICER: ( àT SA
   SIDIN OF      SEN O: VICKAS)
    Senator Lemke.
SEK&TOR LEHKEZ
    9el1y this...this amendoent wi1l...*i11 reduce the cost
and clear up some of the problems. gelre talking rqasonable
and weere saying felonies only. Soe this will definitely add
to the reductioa aad vhat it's going ta cost for *he bill.
PRESIDIMG OFFICEDZ    (SENATO; SAVICKAS)
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        or son.
   Senat Mat                                                     '
                                                                 j
SENATOR %ATSON:
    @elly I understand that felony is currenkly in the lavg
              re
so really: àed not making any change in regard to that.      I
unierstand right nove felony is in the lavs Soe for all
practical purposes, tbis aœendment really does little or
                                                                 1
 oh n .
n ti g                                                           j
PZESIDING OFFI     SEN     AVI AS)
              CER: ( ATOB S CK                                   I
                                                                 .

    Is there furtber discussion? senator.v.welly that #as a
StateKent...l took it as a ztatezenty Senator, not as a qqes-
                                                                 I
tion. Senûkor gatson indicates tbat tbat vas a queskiony         '
                                                                 .

Seqatac temke. Do you vish to answer it?
SZMATOR LEKKE:
    kellv senakor ëatson's the one Ehat raised these painks.
Hok. we:re trying to clear up these poinks to solve àis prob-    I
                                                                 I
leks and make it definitely save for felonies.        It's my

 ne s n h t e sn be xe ss r o a d e o à
œ drtad à a r a oa l e pne ae n tp i y tt te                     1
 on i s h t x rd t e l .
c e t e t a e t a i e p op e        àl1 they do is get legal     1
feesy tàey do not get reasonable expenses when they go after
a State felon..wfelon cohvicted under state lav.          This
   ..
is. this cle    ..
            arsa tNis this am dment ansv
                     .a.     en         ers t        e
                                             hase obj c-
tions     tbey raised.      Peasonable..age put the reasonable
instead of a11 and we put the word felonies so it#s.w.there's
no problem.
PQ    IN     CE  SENâ
  DSID G OFFI R: ( TOZ SàVICKAS)
    Senator Qatson.
SENATOE %âTsOy:
    kell, one atàer question.      ghat is the defiaition of
reasonable? - In regard ào this Act. vûat is reasonable?
Tbat...
PRESIDIXG OFFI     SEN     &7I
              CEE: ( ATOP s CKàS)
    .e a senator   Lezàe.
                                                                 I
                                                                 I
SENATOR LEHKE:
   The word reasonable woqld be left to vhatever the Stat-
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qtes say and vould be left to the discretion of the Depart-
Dent of ta* Enforceaent. There's-..if you want to look at
tàe Statute of vhat reasonable readsy you can read the Statue
aud itllla.othere's a 1ot of 1av cases..-gith the word
reasonable, and I'm sare khat itdll bq construed as reasoa-
able expenses.
PRESIDIHG O'F    Z SE TOP SA
             ICER ( Nà      #ICKâS)
    Senator Barkhaasen.
SZXATOR BARKHàOSEN:
    :r. President and nemberse I haven't had a chance to see
tNe azenimenty but I think    does wha: zany of qs Would like
it to do. If I..asenator Qatson: if I can atteapt to answer
gNat I thihk *as your question, the curreat lav, T tkinkv
only provides State assisEance for extradltion vhena..vben a
sentence in tàe penitentiary shalle underline shally be
iaposei. aad tàat essentially means that State aid is only
provided vhere youlre dealing gith a...a nonprobationable or
aonprobationary offense: bqt for a11 of the felonies for
ghich a defendant mtght be placed on probation e and certainly
tbere are any nuzbec of then: then in that.aoin that partic-
alar situatione tbene woald bq no state aid...as tbe currenà
1ag bas apparently been interpreted. 3o: this woald clearly
delineate the..wthe State's aad counties' responsibilities
saying, in essence: that vhere we're dealiag lith a felony:
'àea cooûties w5u1d be reiRbqrsed for the reasonable costs of
eztradikiag the accused bqE not kn the case of misdemeanors
ghere it loul; be up to the cauaties to determiue wàetàer
they wanted to extradite aad.maand in those sitaatloas to
bear the costs themselges.      1...1 hope thakls a correct
aaswer aad 2...1 hope it clears up the quesiions relainàng
àere.
PBE     G
   SIDIN OFFI        SE TOB SAVI
              CERI ( HA         CKAS)
    Is there further discussion? If note Senator Leœke moves
                                                  .
the adoption of àmeûdaent No. 1 to Seaate Bill 971 Those in
                  Page 91 - :âï 21g 1985




favor indicate by saying àye.   Those opposed. ïhe àyes have
it. à/ehdnent #o. 1 is adopked. àny farther aaendaents?
SECRETARX:
   No further amenGments.
PEESIDING OFEI     SEN O:
              CERZ ( AT SAVICKàS)
   The bill now vi11 go back to :he Order of Consideration
Postponed on 3rd reading. senator Rock.



                        END OF BCEL
                    Page 82 - :àr 21v 1985




XCEL #3



SEHâTOR ROCKZ
    Thank youg :r. Presidenty Ladies and Gentlezen        of
theo..if I can have the attention of tàe memberahip. I tàiak
tàe appropriate time is novv we vil1 be dealing vità t:e
cecall of Senate Bi11 1021 wktb itse..all it's amendleûts.
@hen...when ge return from kbe caacus ve will deal with 1021:
haviag cancluded thatv ve will tàen get on the Calendar. on
the order of Senate Bills 3rd Readiug beginning at...where we
left off yesterday wkich was Senate Bill     119, and ve wilt
continue to vork qntil approximately aix olclock. I need not
reaind the aenbers. Iê= sure, if you look at the back page of
the Catendar, kt iaiicates we Nave four days relaiRiag aR; ge
have foqr handred bills and we bave yet to move any bill
today. so I think itês incqmbent upon all of us to act as
expeditioqsly as we can. I vould urge the Dembers to atay
close to their desk and their files and be ready to go.   In
the meantiaee I will yield to Senator 'adalabene.
PRE     G   IC   S TO: S
   SIDIN OFF ED: ( EKA  AVICKAS)
    Senator Vadalabene.
SENàTO: VADàtABEHE:
    ïesy tkank you: Kr. President and members of the Senate.
'here will be a Democratic Caucus in goom 212 izœediately.
212. iwpediatelye so tkat we can get back and get at the
business at hand. Room 212.
PaESIDING OFFI     SENA
              CBR: (   TO: SAVICKàS)
   Senator schaffer.
SEXATOE SCHAFFER:
    Kr...Kr. President, I'd Like Eo request a Republican
Caacqs in Senator Pbilkpls Officee please forgard your lqnch-
es tbere.   Those of yoq #ho aren't on t:e eloor: please get
         1                                                        l
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    lô
l
J                    ae 3 à 1 95
                    Pg 8 -:ï2y18


therey so we can get uRderway.     saturday morning isn't mucà
fqn in Springfield they tell 2e.
PRESIDING OFFI     SEXA
              CXR: (   TOP SAVICKAS)
     The Seûate will staad ia necess for approxilately one
hoqr.


                            RECESS
                         AFTER RECESS


PRBSIDENT:
     àll right. The Senate ?i11 cone to order.       ëhile the
me/bers are gat:ering wedll have.o.with leave of the Bodyg
ve'11 go ta the Order of Coœmittee Reportse :r. Secrekary.
SECEETARK:
     Senator Savickase chairman of Assignzent of Bills Co/zit-
teey assigns the folloving House bilts to comzitteez
     Elections and Reapportionmelt - 191. :38: Elewentary aad
Secondary Education       873. 1638: Hig:er Education - 3011
             6: 21, 1
Executive - 1 1      95. 210, 303. 306: 421. 422. 556. 864.
1212. 1385: 1488, 1654 and 1655: Execqtive àppointments, Vet-
erans: âffairs and àdministration       957; Finance and Credit
                          63
Regulatiols - 2:4. 803, 11 and 21291 Inserance, Pensions
ahd Licensed àctivities - 112. 1363. 1364. 1365. 1366, 1670.
1966 and 2523: Jadiciary I - 89y 197, :39, %97. 792, 1393,
 5        6      Gi
1 76 and 1 60: Ju ciary 11             or d
                               773: tab an Coa         4
                                              merce - 1 38:
tocal Governaent                  ,       %e
                       25e 37, 2:1 3%%e ;1 733, 775. 89:.
1079: 1356 and 1585; Public Health, @elfare aad Corrections
-
    302. 30%, 305. 30/, 394. 951, 19:0, 1      971
                                         947, 1 . 2113. 2189
aRd 2310: Revenqe    43e 257: 313. 323, 4:6, 538. 601, 710.
383 and 9291 Transportation - 150. 178. 183. %30 and 1299.
PXESIDENT:
     &11 right.     ëith leave ef the Body, we:l1 go back ka
vbere we teft off on the Order af senate Bills    $rd neadiug,
the top of page 25: is senate Bill 1021. senator xetsch
                    Page 8%   :Aï 21. 1985




seeks leavo of thq Boiy to rekurn thak bill to *he Order of
2nd Eeading for the purpose of consideration of amendments.
       e   nt       e      nt        e der
Is leav gra ed? Leav is gra ed. Oa th br of Senate
Bills 2nd Readingp.aan the Order of senate Bills 2nd ieading
is Senate Bill 1021. àny amend/ents from the Floor: :r.
Secretary?
SECQETAPYJ
    Amendment No. 3 offered by Senator g'ârco.
PBCSIDEST:
    à1l rigbt. gell.--witbdraw those tvov dr. secretary.
SECREIàRK:
    àzendment No. 3 offered by Senator Bloom.
PACSIDENTZ
    Senator Bloo? on àpend/ent No. 3.
SENATDR BLOOKZ
    Thank youe :r. President aBd fellow Senators.
PRESIDEXT:
   Senator Blooz, excase ze far a loâeat. senator xetsche
for wàat purpose do you arise?
SENàTOE HETSCH:
                                      ask you nog because
   Senator Bloom and otbersg could ve .
there are differing nqmbers on tNe azeadKelts to ildeztify.
please.
S:#àTO: 3LO0d:
                                                  o
   I *as about to...I was about to...I was about t make
inquiry of thex..chair. The amendaent that I have vritten in
the upper right-àand corner is Bloome then 3 crossed oqt and
  is put there.    Should I give you the LRB number to expe-
Gite the     process?   @hat I have is LBB 8%0R382J;CSàKOL. Is
that correct?
PDESIDEXT:
     think we#re on tbe same wavelength.
5Exà10E BLOOK:
   àl1 right.
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PAESIDENT:
   a..wait...vaita.pbefore you startv...
SEKATOR BL00q:
    Sure.
PRESIDENT:
   . . . dr.   Pearlman. from the AP has requested leave to take
photograpbs. Senator Saae gek ready: he's going ta take your
picture aqain. â1l right...
SZNATOP BLO0H:
    àadg Seuators...
PEESIDENTZ
    .p .seaator     Bloom on Amendkent Xa. 3. Senator Dezuzio,
will yoq...
SEyZTOR BLOO::
    Senator Samg stay agay froœ the caulkflover.          okay.
Tbank youy :r.        Presideat.   Basicallyy Amendœent No. 3
addresses holding coapaniesê reorganization: interiœ relief,
tbe staadacds of inclision: constructioa cost aqdits aaG fûel
   u    nt auses. I thin at t a et it m t be u
adj stme cl             k    :e uts    igh    seful
for this discussioR and other debates that follov to make the
po           on      er
  int as some e who s ved on t j int c
                              he o    omaittee that..al
Ehink wedre a1l starting froz the same premise. Firste I
would beg the îndulgence of my fellow Senators because the
    es nv ed ot u  n his a
issq i olv n j st a t     lead/      t
                               ent bu on other
azendKents are extrezely colplex.       1021 in its present focz
vitàout this and otber aaendzents bristles vith good inten-
ti      d
  oas an in t j dgm
             àe u ent o uany i u
                       f      s nworkable; tàerefore:
in offering Amendment No. 3 I would point out what it does.
It provides. firshv in :he area af holding coupaaies, pro-
Fides a definition for both holding coupany systez and asso-
ciated coapany to strengthen the Act. It addresses the issue
of reorganization.       às presently drafted 1021 says that the
Colmerce Conmission must know forever and ever that there
vill never ever be any harz to t:e ratepayers in a1l situa-
                                                                1
                                                                I
                                                                !
                  Page 86 - Hâï 21e 1985
                                                                I


                                                                I
 i R.    b h b b i ia in a h r zû c e e
k o s I t i k t at t e l l t t o s o t e p e e t à t w r        1
proviGed in the People's Gas caseg where tàe Cozmerce Cowmis-
                                                                I
                                                                i
                                                                I
                o ourt and p
sion was taken t c               ted o/
                            reven fr exerc       uri
                                          isiag j s-            I
                                                                !
diction to...protect the rakepayers several years ago.   1021
vikbout tbis amendment does not provide the flexibility. Tbe    I
boliing company and reorganization process provides strong
  ont
fr -end...strong fr -end j dictio a
                   oat   uris    n nd bg its terœs              I
says. that the comzission must fin; that tbe reorganizatioa
will not diminisà :àe utilities' abilitr to provide adequateg   j
et cetera: safe: economical qtility serviceg that the reor-
ganization vill aot result in any subsidization of the
                                                                I
Ronqtility activiEies by us the ratepayers.   And that...if     !
they4re going to spliE off, al1 costs in facilities are
fairty and Eeasonably allocated between the utility and t:e
 o ui i y n h y lo i g o od n o pn r
n h t l t ; a d tat b a l v n f r a h l i g c m a y o           )
                                                                I
reorganization: that vill noà impair tbe ability of the util-
ity to rakse capital in order to construck facilities.   This
    io   ovi        tr g r t- d uri ictio
port n pr des very s on f on en j sd     n. @ow
there is a basic split of differencee if you kille betgeen
Fàat is engisioned by some. There are thase who tàlnk tàat,
if you can look this way. Ehe construct oaght to be here's
 h ti i y p e e, n h n e e r l N a i s
t e u l t u h r a d t e h r a e a 1 t e v r ou                  l
aohutility operations under here and that tàe Conmerce
Coznùssion should be in tbe business of regulatiag not only
the utility bat the affairs of let's say tàe nonaffiliated
sàoe factory or vàat have you. I doaet tàink that is the        I
                                                                I
case. I don:t think thata.ave vank to àave thak aany iteas
on tbe Cozmerce Commission platter. The Commerce Commission
will have the ability to also revieg tàe utility and t:e
  ris cti
jl di on ov    he
           er t utili t zak sur tha mon are
                     ty o  e   e   t   ies
not being streazed elsewhere to subsidize the nonakility
activities.   I think that's important. àlsoy it changes the    !
                                                                I
laqguage on providiug interim rate relief. There has been no
interim relief granked since Jaauary of '83 to any gas or
                   Page 37 - :âï 21g 1985




electric utilityy although there have beea requestsg gener-
ally it revolves around construction. since January of    ê83
there bave been four cases involving little vaàer coœpanies
tbat vere near bankrupt. Tbe problem. again: viEb 1021 with-
aut this amendatory tanguaqe is that it pats the agencx in a
   ai   a          t
str ghtj cket and i provides. vtthout this amendwent, that
a...qn operation has to be on its uppers, alzost tokally
baûkrdpt. That I tbink Goes ?ot provkie for tbe kihd of
flexibility that ve aeed in the context of both reliability
an; in tàe context Jf predictability for oar ratepayers. The
azendment adopts language Which more accqrately rqflects when
a plant shoald be considered in service; in other vords,
without this amendalory language, the used anë useful lan-
guage is used and Ebe problem there is that   has been con-
strued to include what they call construckion work in
progress or C%IP. Tbere are utilities vhere there is ao
C@IP. It more precisely says vhen a plant is tn service. It
specifically detetes lines ia 1021 which effectively prohib-
ited cancellation cosEs froz being covered. à11 right? Con-
struction cost audits: basically it progides some flexibility
in laokiag at audits: and there is a misconceptlan in    1021
vitàout tùis amendmenks and tàat misconcepkion is as follovs.
There are references to generally accepàed auditing stan-
Gacds, both in this portion that's being amended as well as
in uanagement aadits. Tàat applies only to financial audits.
It is..-it is aisleading somewhat. By àaving it changed to
tbis and qsing the standar; of prudency, tbe conmkssion is
not locked into vhakgver an aqditor finds. Next to lastg it
i     es
 nvolv rate aoderation p ns. The j
                        la       oiat comm    e eport
                                          itEe r
stated thaà the comzission should be reqaire; to consider a
phase-in of additions to the rate base ghen the additions are
substantial or would have a sabstantial inpact on rates.
Thîs portion of the azendment atteIpts to iaplement that;
àogeFere àhe lauguage without :ùis aaendaeat skates tàat rate
                    Page 88 - :Af 21: 1985




moderation or phasg-in can only bappeu to those instances
vhere construction vork in progress funds have been allaged.
9e11e tbe proposed aneadzent responds to the real worde aad
the real world situation is that Byron and Braidvood have no
C%IP; and under tbe terus of 1021. withoqt this portion of
the azeudment: yoa can't pNase those in. ànd tNis effec-
tively: again, puts the comzis      n
                              sion i a s    gh acket.
                                        trai tj
Fin       he nguag on the f adj tmen clau
   allye t la     e        ael us t      ses. Basic-
ally it pravtdese again, a little more flexibility aRd says
that the commi               t e       ;     o
              ssion can adjqs th ;AC an PGâ t reflect
botà th* aarkets and khe changes in Federal policy. Tbis is
important because in the instance of natural gase vhicâ I
Nappea to have a particular interest inw it gives the pernis-
sion.aatàe coamission the pover to put a stranger obligakian
on your local utilities to go out and find cheaper nakural
gas. I have tried to give a once-over-lightly. 1:11 try and
answer any questions xou may have aad, obFiously, seek iKs
adopkion. I:M sorry it mook so long bu* this is a complex
area.

PR:    NG
   SIDI OFF      SE OR     ZI
           ICEX: ( NAT D;K0 O)
    &1l right. àny dkscussioa? senator Joyce.
SENATOR JEROHE JOYCE:
   Thank you. xr. President. Seuatore woald you respoad?
PRXSIDING OFF        SEN
             ICEZ: ( ATOR DE:; O)ZI
    ..ayeah, he indicates he gill. senator Joyce.
SZNATOR JEEOKE JOïCE:
    Ies. %hy ar9 yo? elimknating tbe uïility bûrien of proof
in rate cases vhen that's in the current 1a* right nov?
PR    I:
  dSID G OFFI      S TOR D UZ
             CEP: ( ENà   CH IO)
   Senator Blooa.
SENkTO: BLOOH:
    Coald you point out uhere in tàis azenduento..it might be
*he right qqestion but the vrong aaendaenà.      doneà àno..
If you could taxe me to the page.
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    PRE    XG
       SIDI OFF      S     OR  DZI
               ICER: ( ERàT DEK O)
        Senator Joyce. I woqld ask the doorkeepers if tàey vould
    N@ld...ho1d those cards out there, the nembers have indicated
    that they wish to listen to the debate on these Floor amend-
    le         ou st  d he ar     at   oy .
      nts. So y ju hol t c ds. Sen or J ce
    5EKâT0n JEAO'E JOKCE:
        Line 1%% through 149, Senator.
    PRB     G
       SIDIN OFFI     SE DE     ZI
                 CER: ( NàT DEKU O)
        Senator Blooz.
    SEXATOE BLOOH:
        This will go a 1o: quicker if you reference the page on
    the aaend/ent where itls...saying...on vhat page?
    PRE     G
       SIDIN OFFI      SE TOR DEH O)
                 CER: ( NA       UZI
        Senator Joyce.
    SENATOR JERO'E JOTCEI
        Page %.
    PR:SIDIHG O#FICERZ    (SENATOn DE:uzIo)
        'a ine caNof -.. oa
        l cb        fl Blo .
    SEXATG: BL00M:
        âre you...referencing the deletion of lines 18 through 31
                                          l
    or the additianal language that says: 'on sucù hearing the
    cozziasion shall establish the rates or other chargese
    classifications, contracts. et cetera in whole or in part or
    othera w       d. ind ko b ju
            hich ha .af       e  st               aud   reason     '
                                                              able.'
    I...I...      d ke o
            I...I' li t ansv .j st a li le c
                            er.. u     tt   onfused-..as
    to the question.
    PBE         #I    SE TOE DE
       SIDING OF CER: ( NA     HUZI0)
        Senator Joycew..senator Joyce.
    GEN&TOR JEBOHE JOïCE:
        Yes. It is the latter part that you read: /on such hear-
                                         l
    ing t:e comœission shalla.sestablish.'
I   PR     NG FICED: ( T0B DEH TO)
      ESIDI OF       5E:à     UZ
       Senator Bloom.
    SENITOE BL00::
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   Oh: I 'm...I'1 informed that the burden of proof is always    l
                                                                 I
 R à t lt n hs os o a e uà h u e h t
o te a ii y a d ti d e n ta k s c a ca g et a                    1
 h s s h t n a d t l t e a g a e r oB i si a a -
t i i t e s a d r u i i i s' l n q g o c l s o l n               1
guage.
PQESIDING OEFI     SES
              CER: ( ATOR DEH0ZIO)
   0PI has reqqested permission to take still photos. Is
leave gra     ... ri
         nted? bea ng n obj ions. l e is g
                       o   ect     eav    raated.
Senator Joyce.
 E AO EO E O C
S #T E JR K J Y E                                                I
                      :                                          1
    @elly it eliminates the.o.tàe burden of proof to estab-
lish the j       ust
          ust..oj aess aRd reasoaable          e r osed
                                     ness of th p op
rates and other charges.
PQESIDING OFFI     SENN
              CEZ: (   TOE DEKBZIO)
   â1l right. senator Joycg.                                     i
SENàTOE JEROHE JOïCE:
                                                                 I
    e . r r sd n e E n t e a o e efe a ig t
    ïs d . P e iq t i js se st œ w r Rkn i                       '
                                                                 1
zore lehient on the utility coapanies with this piece of
           .                                                     I
legislation than it is currently vit: khis amendmelt. so
I...you know, 1...1 donêt think thakls tùe direction tbat        I
this Geqerat Assembly vants to go.
PRESIDING OEFICERI (SENATOR D;SUzT0)
    Senator Bloom.
5ENàT0E BLOOK:
   Okay.       ghen...l kept coming back Eo flexibility. :here
ynu say the bnrden of proof is on the utility, this restores
it t9 the present language and present practices before the
comaissiony this amendkenN. Nove to say tàe burden of proof
is...is upon the utilitye thene tàe utility controls vhat is
the kind of evidence thea that is put before tbe commission.
PPBSIDING OEFICEZ:    (SENATO: DE:;ZI0)
    Senator Joyce.
S2:âT0E JEEOHE JOTCE;                                            '
   Okay.       Tbe.e.the courts presently now say that it's
   .. e     n
ano th burde of proof is on the akili     nd y     us
                                     tye a gN aot j :
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codify that in the legislation we#re doing now instead of
raising queskions about it?
PRE     G
   SIDIH OEFI     SEN OE
             CER: ( AT DEKBZIO)                                  '
     Senator Blooœ.
SBNATO: BZOO::
     Rell # sinply put. Under case lav, the burden of proof is
an t:e utility to.a.to put it into statutory law.        @hat
you...what yoq've been inforœed by.--my handlers infora De
                and
lhat what your h lers hage i     ed ou
                            nform y is partiallg cor-
rectg but that when you get into this. then the utility con-
trals t:e skandards of proof and hov mucb is offered.    Here
the-w-the...coamission has tàe flezibility. The...the util-
ity goes and offers items Ae B and C approve.      They saye
fine, welve 2et the burden. In this...if you add this lan-
guage in, tàen argaably you#re buildïag in a krip to the cir-
cqit courà if the commission sayse I'/ sorrye we don't think
àe B and C is enough. ve thiak that you ought to add De E and    i
                                                                 i
P.    And ve're sayingy as long as the..atke coqrts have a
fairly consistent and predictable interpretatioay why pat it
i     he     aw? ..or w pq .aw pu i i o t
 nto t case 1 .        hy ào hy t t nt be                        I
Statute? I Rean: 1...1 truly believee Senatore tàat tàe
                                                                 I
amendment shouldn#t rise and fall onas.on this point.
PRESIDING OFFICER: (SEKàTOR DE:gZIO)                             .
                                                                 I
    Further discassion? Senatorvo.senator Joyce: have yoq        '
                                                                 1
                                                                 I
concluded? Senatar Joyce.
SENATOR JERORE JOKCE:
     Okay. Qelre also liberalizing the interi/ rate relief       1
                                                                 I

standards ia this. khy are ve doing that?

: S DX E I E: s NT R E ; I)
P E I I G O F C R (; â 0 D N Z O                                 j
     Senahor Bloom.
SEXàTOR BLO0H:
     ke are nor doing that. ke.re returning the? to qxactly
the *ay they are.      The codification of the existing atan-
Gar    ppe ed     he
   ds a ar to be t iat         e oi
                      ent of th j nt coz     e; ow
                                        nitte h -
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                                    l
ever. thece is a portion tbat says. 'TNere lqst be aa obvkous
revenue deficiency coupled vith one or Dore of the follow-
ingaw   Thks basically. as I said in my explanation in chiefg
says that a utility has to be practically bankrupt before
they can get soze kind of interi? rate relief. The azendzent
progides for more flexibility.
PRESIDING OFEI     SENA
              CEB: (        ErUZ
                       TOR D I IO)
    Senator Joyce.
SENàTOR JERO'E JOYCE:
    fese vell, I'1 informed on page 5. in parenthesis figey
six and tben on page 6...7, those are all nev ikems that
libetalize the.u and they#re...and 'heyere...kàey:re very
different from the existing statutes. '
P:ESIDING OFFI     SEHR
              CER: (   TOR DESUZIO)
    Senator Blooa.
SXNâTOR BtOOd:
    Itw..it..-codifies..omaybe I should explain it.      The
existing standards tàat are used in their regalationsg let ze
read what the existing ones are right now. à suddea decline
in revenues caased by factors outside the control of the
utility aud inabilkty to arrange debt financing or attract
capital at reasonable cost without increasing operating rege-
aues and evidentiary showing that deferral or partial rate
relief until Ehe final order caa be issuqd would reault in an
                                                         l
qnreasonable an; hareful lost of revenqe to tbe petitionilg
  fti   d
ut ty an that reasonabl gr
                       e ound exis f the cou
                             s    t or      /ission
to believe that the utility vould be entitled to rate relief
at tNe tize of the final ordec is issued.     This is lifted
right frou that docket, sets it ouk. ànd two more are added
bRt the overall intent on that area is to provide some flexi-
bility in Ehe applicatton of the gaidelines vhile continue to
 u a e à à h n e i e i f s l o e nl h r e e -
e sr ta te i tr œr l e i a l wd o y wee n cs
sary.   ànd it furkhqr allogs the coœaission to take inko       .

situation rapidly cbanging Pederal regulatory requirements in
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        Geterzining wkether or noà to grant such interi? relief. T:e
        ldea is to try and take into consideratian tbe eaFironment on
        whîch these monopolies are regulated. ge both haFe    Partici-
        pated tn the natural gas varsw on the same side might I adde
        and the G.S. Coar: of âppeals out in Mashington not six weeks
        ago has cbanged that Federal regulatory engironœent vhen Ehey
        overturn the Federal Energy Begutatory Comnission's special
        uarketing provisions.
        PRB    KG
           SIDI OFF      S TOR D
                   ICEP: ( ENA  EXUZIO)
            Senator Joyce.
        SENâTOR JEROKE JOYCEI
            A11   right.     But, then, ghat yoq#re telling ze is
        ito..it's a11 rigàt to codify this part because khis helps
        the Commerce Colmission and the Qtilitiesy but it's not a1l
        right to codify the part where you#re speaking about before
        vbere the utility bear the..mburden of proof.
        PBESIDING O#FICER: (SENATOP DEHJZIO)             .
            Ha ne to      . ooz..
            ( chi ca ffl.. Bl    .senator B       oqf
                                           looa. y re on.
        SEXATOR BL00;:
            à11 righk.     No. I thiak-..l think what we#rea..wàat the
        aaendaent is saying on...tbat was page %e I believee where
        yaq vere sayiag that...this--.this 18 through 31...18 throuqh
          e
        31 the burden of proof is still there in the general order.
        PAESIDING O#FI     SENA
                      CEB: (   TOE DEqgZI0)
            Senator Joyce.
        SEMATOR JEDOKE JOYCE:
            fes, thank you. 1...1 think ghat..wit's obvious what
        ge#re doing here is..sis...these aaendwents khak are about to
        be offered are...are the amendments Lhat are coming froa the
j        / ec oli so n h tl tes n hn e a o
        Cou reC ms ina d te ui i i ,a d It ik w c u g
        back and forth and debate these issues wheno..really ge a11
        knog a little bit about what gelre doing bere and I tbink
        that. p         e    l; us       d d.-. d we' di
               erhaps, w shou j t ga ahea an   an    ve s-
    '
        cœssed these matters some fourteen bours in committee. I
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think tàat we shoald go ahead ani.-wand try and speed this up
aRG take soze votes on...         g d.-.    st e ere
                         this thin an and ju se wh
ge're at. I think that obviously gedre goingo..veêre going       I
t                                                                1
   q t e o g d ow n h s r c s : n tl . . k s i d
o js g t b g e d n i t i p o e s a d i s . i ' k n               1
of tàe utility cozpanies and the Coomerce Commission versus      I
                                                                 I
t:e rest of the vorld. tàe consumers: so I think that ve         '
  aul  st    ead   o at.
sh d ju qo ah and d tb                                           i
                                                                 !
   SID
P9E IXG OFFICE   SENAT D UZI
              BJ (    OR ;K 0)
    Further discussion? Senatora..senator Keats.
  #â    Eà
SC TOR K 1S:                                                     I
                                                                 !
                                                                 !
    I have beea troubled for sometize in tezms of the Com-       I
eerce Cozzission not being able to regulate what yoa call
spin-off basingsses.     I #ant...I voald like to ask a couple
of questions in terms of where their assets cone frou.   @ill
the sponsor yield?
  ES IKG OFFI
PQ ID             SENàT D
             CER: (    OR EADZIO)
    Sponsor indicakes he will yield. Senakor Keaks.
SE:àTOR KeâTsl
    okay.   @hen we talked about this other business. as yoq
#ere saying: eqphemisticallyy the shoe factory.     The shoe
 a o y bt o efre o uh ms i al h he a -
fctr ta yu r e rd t :e pe it cl y te so fc                       1
tory. Do any revenue...any revenues that the utility gets
                                                                 l
that are geaerated under their rate basey generated under        I
the.,.revenue strea? they get froœ the Cozzerce Coamission.      !
do they ese soma of those reveaqes for these other cozpanies?
    ID     FI    sE: T0R DEq Q)
PX;S IHG OF CER: ( à        BzI                                  !
    Senator Blooz.
SENATOR BLO0K:                                                   I
                                                                 I
    It's specifically prohibited unless yoq#re Ealking about     i
                                                                 I
diFideads in a situation. But it's specifically probibited
that they be subsidized.
PEESIDING OEFIC     S TOR D
               ZR: ( ENà   EKOZIO)
   Senator Keats.
SEHATOE KEATS:
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                                                                i
                                                                i
    The second quesEion.o.revenues. Do they use depreciation
froz the depreciable assets under kheir rate base for any of    E
tàese side companies?
PRESIDING OFPI     GEKà
              CERZ (   TOR D2E;ZI0)
    Senator Btooœ.
SEHATOR Bt00::
    No.-.no.                                                    i

PRESIDING OFEI     SENA
              CERI (   TOP DEHUZTO)                             !
    Senator Keats.
                                                                i
                                                                I
S:NATOR KEATS:
    Do they have any kndividuals vào are under the payroll      !
                                                                1
that#s covered by their rate base vorking with any of these
secandary companies?
 RE IN
P SID G OEFI     5ENà
            CER: (   T0R DERDzI0)
     e ao lo .
    sn tr Bo a                                                  j
 E AO L O
S N T R B O K:                                                  1
                                                                1
       o ' o l w h t e ti n . l o t o l . . o e n
    I d n t f l o t a qu s o . . d n' f l ow . y q z a ,        j
somebody.-othe chariaan of the board of...let's sayg...or the

  e s r r r o e hkg i e h t s h t b t o e n?
tr a q e o s l t n l k t a . I t a w a y u D a                  j
 . . n' u t o l w o r u s i n
I . T do t q i e f l o y u g e t o .                            1
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    ea o es .
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S à O K à s:                                                    1
    a l , s n x ml y h i e pe ie t o a k i g
    @ u d a a e a p e t 1 v c - r s d n f c m r et n            j
for Common*ea1th Edison, could khey also be the vice-
president for markeking for this firl bu: being paid by the     1
utility not by the firn?                                        I
 EN ING   C     S A      E::z
P SID OFFI ERZ ( EK TOR D IO)                                   j
                                                                I
    Senator Bloom.
                                                                I
SENATO: Bt00d:                                                  (
                                                                !
    5o. The cost mask be allocated according to tàis amend-
Dent..                                                          !
                                                                !
PZES                SE   R    Z
    IDTNG OPFICER: ( NàTO DEHM AO)
    Senator Keats.
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SEHATOR KEATS:
   Thank.a.tàank yoq. very much.
    ID       CB  SENA   EKU O)
PBES ING OFPI R: ( TOR D ZI
    Further discussion? Senator Setscà.
SENATDR NETSCH:
    Thank yoq, Hr. Preaident.      I wi1l be relatively brief
becaqse 2 agree gith Senator Joyce that the.o.the source and
genesis of these amendmentsaaaor of this ameniœent and
several otàers is oblioase and I vould poia' Qakg as ane of
thase who served through long and agonizing deliberakions oa
tbe joint cozmi        at
               tteeg th the sev        ndm s :at are
                               eral ame ent t
penGiRg before yoa today would virtually revrike the Dany
weeks and noaths of vork that went into the report of the
 oi
J nt committ/     d n       se    y e     s at ere
             ee an i soae ca s the ar idea th w
    r en     ed
nege ev rais or dis      d        oin    it
                    cusse at the j t comm tee meet-
ingy vhich it seems to me is a rakher remarkable state of
eve          e ntion j
   nts. Let z pe             ou e        s hat both
                      qst a c pl of thing E        er
me enormousty aboût this amendment an; I rise. incidentally,
in strong opposition to it. Onee and I think senator Keats
was beginning to get a: this point, it drastically changes
::e reorganization provisions. %e had already modified our
original proposal in Committee àaeniment No. 2 vhich is on
the bill now. It aay be that it doesn't satisfy everyone ln
every respecty bqt it does at least control some of the kinds
of...of divqatiEares and spin-offs tàat I think senator Keats
was talking about.     às I read this amendment right nove it
voutd cover the creation of the àotdia: company itself and
thatês alle aad tàe other aspectsa..divestituree spin-offw et
cetera would not be coveredv and tha: voald enotmoualy veaken
the comœi      s ur
         ssionl j isdiction git reap
                               h         o e
                                    ect t th noautility
bqsiness of a utility khat is part of a holding company.
Secoadlyy I khinke as Senator Joyce polnted out, ve did write
kn provisions that dealt with the granting of interim relief.
Tke.w.the aodification here vould considerably veakea those
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stanGardse and it seems to me Ehat that is not a desirable
state of aff              e
            airse but ther are stan               he oint
                                   dards even in t j
committee bili and that is quite important.   I'm going to
skip aost of tàese but 1et me zentioa one that I tàink has
n@t been referred Eo: for example. In one part of tbe awenë-
ment by moving to the so-called prudency standard alone
the.aathis amendment is inconsis                t he oia
                                tent not only wi h t j t
com*ittee report but also witb tùq Governor's Kessage and the
Go/ernor's Sqaset Task report an; What-.oeffeckively uould do
would be to allow a return on cancellation costs...a return
on t:e cancellation costs, and that is contrary even to
existing commission policya rinallye on...let me Kention one
other only. on the prudency of the gas and fqel purchasese
the.w.the way this is written now--.the amendzent is writtene
the commission really vould not be able to preFent or cover
any raNe increases such as those khat were passed through
CILCS in 1982, and I think that.o.senator Bloom, with your
coacern about Panhandle and the problems arising out that: if
              d
I were youe I' take an awful close look at that part of the
amendment again. It seems to aê that it vould for a11 prac-
tical purposes legalize what happened khere instead of pco-
Fiding a Deans of controlling it.        For tbese and otber
reasons too nunerous to mention, I rise in strong oppositioa
to àmendœent No. 3.
PB     XG  ICE SENâ    ;UZ
  ZSIDI OFF ;I ( TOR D; I0)
    :1l right. Chanaet 20 Nas reqqested pernkssioa to tape.
Is leave granted?     Leave is granted.    Senatora.ofurther
discussion? senator ëelch.
SENATOP @ELCH:
   Thank you, 5r. President.      gould too like to stand ia
op     ion
  pasit of thi     n bi endœ             ar u
              so.ai t s ap ente if only f j st one
particular reason and that Eeason is Ehe..othe temparary rate
încreases that vill be allowed by this aœendment. This not
only allows a temporary rate increasey it guarantees that a
                     Page 98 - ;AY 21e 1985




rate increase will be granted sooner kban ever before,
quicker thah ever before and probably t*e higher rate tban
goald be granted kf we went to an actual hearing. @hat this
                    l
amendzent says isg Iln deterzining Whether to grant a tempo-
rarr order. fixing a ke/porary schedale of rates increasing
revenuesg the commission may consider but is not linited to
considering the following.      è sudden decliae kn revenues
                                                        '
caased by factors outside of the control of the utility.l
That is one of :he broadest grants of power tbat a commission
coqld haveg and tàen it goes on to cite six other instances
but iastead of saying, and t*e other six:       sagse or the
other six.      Go     the utilkïy cannot skkp into tbak broaâ
categoryy it can slip into the nexk onee the need to zaintain
the financial integrity of the utitity.       Qelle anytime a
utility isn't getting zaneyp you can say that their integritg
of kheir financial situation is being ioperiled. Anyone
could fit vithin this amendlente and I gould certainly oppose
its adoptian.
PaX    NG
   SIDI OFFI      SZN OP ;gzI
            CEAJ ( AT DE     O)
    Eurther discussion? Senator Blooz may closea
SE#âTOR BLOOd:
    Thank you, Hr. President and fellow Senators.      Firste
prior tvo speakers have perEaps iisstated thq facts. Senator
Neks                 stz    aus  d GA
    càe the fqel adju ent cl q an P are not part of
interiœ rates. Secondy a returu on costs is not inconsistent
with the existing policye but the point is on this particular
alendaent that if we are going to have sooetàing tàat is
  rka e  ' edi
wo bl and pr ctabl    e e aki
                  e, w ar m ng policy nok just in
the aontext of the lovest possible rates but also Qaintaining
a systen and a method of regulating aonopolies, ve have to
hage awendœeats of this kind. It's a fact like today#s date.
I qnderstand there's a differing concept, differing vievs
of--wof how to go after the holding co/pany issue. noveverv
tàe povers remain in the comnission to make sure that that
                  Page 99 - ;AK 21e 1985




qtility is noE sqbsidizing the unrelated activity, the
Nypothetical shoe factory. and that it does Nave the strong
front-end povers so never again can People's Gas take the
State to court aad say. yoa can't look into what we#re doing.
That's a fact like Eoday's dake.     Bu: you bave to have
ao.-you have to some flexibility and it Iakes no good sense
regulatory or othervise to envision only a utility up here
and tàen a lot of little tàings done àere and the commission
regqtating the shoe factory. ànd there is no gaod reason to
criticize khe rate aoderation plan. I tàihk tàat evea those
of yoa vâo vould rgsist t:is amendaent will agzee that the
language that says that only in the instance ghere CRIP fuuds
have beeh allowed can there be rate Qoderation, aRd I think
tàat even tàose of you who stood against the alendzeut vauld
    e  at
agre th to p    de o/e fl bility vit :h fuel adju -
            rovi s       exi        h e          st
œent claqse and the purchase gas...PGà vhich is proper should
go on. A11 in alle    would say that taken individually or as
                                                  s
a packagê âmendment :o. 5 and the okhers iaculcate' at least
tveaty-eigbt or nine of thq Nkirty-seven recozmenâations of
tàe j         itte  ;
     oint comm ey an in Q     nsta es      e
                         any i nc it iuprov s ipon
the existing language of 1021. eherefare:     would ask for a
roll call and seek an affirmative vote.
PRE     G
   SIDIN OFE      SEN TOR D z
            ICEB: ( A      E:; IO)
   âll right. Senator Bloom has moved tàe adoption of
                                   .
àmendment No. 3 to Senate Bill 1021 Those in favar vill
vote Aye. Those opposed will voke Nay. Tbe voting is open.
Have a11 voted vho vish; Nale al1 loted vho wîsh; Hage all
voted ?ho wish? Have a11 voted #ho wish? eake the record.
On that queskion F tNe àyes are 25. khe Nays ace 31e none
Foting Present. If..-on the adoption of àmendment :o. 3. the
alendaent fails. eurther amendaeuts?
SZCXETARY:
   AKendmeut No. %e by Senator Btoom.
PECSIDING OF#I     SENA
              CER: ( TOP DEKPZIO)
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   Senator Blool.

 z&o so :
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     hn o
    T a k y u, Hr P e i e t a d f l o S n t r . T i
                  . r sd n n e lw e ao s         hs                1
                                                                   1
 mh mn d r se a cl n r y ln n .
a e d e t a d e s s b si a lye e g p a ni g                        j
P:ESIDING O'FI     SENà
              CER: (   TO; DENDZIO)
    e ao lo e e ao e s           s a n      e us o
   s n t r B o a s n t r x t cb i z ki g a r g e k t               j
d a i y y R u b r.
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    â11 righà. Very good.      It probably would have been
nu*ber six but it is tXB No. #0%392GLSBàKON...01.
PHESIDIMG OFFI     SE OZ     ZI
              CER: ( XàT DEHU O)                                   '
                                                                   !
    Got ite Senator Netsch? Senator Blooœ.
                                                                   I
SENATOR BtOO:I
    okay.   Thank youe dr. President. @hat a great Fay to
                                                                   1
spenu a aunny day. Thks amen4ment addresses basically stca-
    c
tegi stu      n ong-t
        dies i l     erm pl ni
                           an ngy a d it d etes t orig-
                                   a      el     :e                I
                                                                   :
inal sectisn %.:-302 and it really belongs in t:e nev Trans-
                                                                   I
portation Act as opposinq to this Act. 'he amendment creates
a new section 4-302 vhich orders +he coœzission to undertake       1
                                                                   I
a number of strategic stqdies investigating chaaging eaergy
   vic arke  d e an g      e       lati
ser e z ts aa th cb gin rol of regq ons.                    Itls   I
                                                                   ;
basically necessary if verre to be the...in the forefront of
                                                                   i
the utitity regulation. The folloging areas vould be exa/-         !
                                                                   I
                iss
ined by the coul ioR: energyg conservation. the investi-           I
gation of neg staff needs as a result of t:e neg àct. vays to      I
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 e u t o e r ce h o g o p t t o n h a u a a
p ri lv r pi s t ruh c pe i ini te nt rl gs                        1
inGustrye reevaluatioa of the curreuts methods of deter/ining
auxtliary   energy charges for solar and nonconFentional
sources af energy.      aa   examination   of   potential    of
co-generation as a viable alternative to central poger sta-
tioase exaaine vbether poger brokerage or pover auction
 a k t h al e ev o e o x i e h o e t a e e i s
2 r e s s o d b d el p d t e am n t e p t n i l b n f t            1
of intrasEate Wheelinge to examine the need for anbundliLg
rate strqctures under regulated and competitive market condi-
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tions: to exazine khe feasibility of utilities working
lo           der
  intly in or to z     he oat eff
                  ake t m        ective us of gen
                                          e      erating        j
                                                                I
plants or the purchase aad disttibution of aatural gas and to
exawine tbe casts and benefits of...we11e to continue tooking   '
at C@IP vhicb is p        àe oi
                  art of t j nt comaittee's recoamenda-         I
tioae and to examine and analyze...energy deaand farecasting
technics. Essentially, vhat it does is proFide for an annual    !
                                                                1
 e o t k : h e e a s e b y n t e t r b e qk e
r p r v t t e G a r l à s u l a d i r s o es t e r g r -        l
*ents set for       he oin ommit
             th in t j t c      tee report which states         i
                                                                !
that the comnission should submit an annual report vith a
cozprehenskve reeiews of the aetivitiesz bqdgety staff, sig-    !
nificant cases. It requires the conmission to undertake
extensivg analysis of...significant polkcy areas enumerakede
                                                                I
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directs the cozmission to iavestigate the current procedures    I
 n t l t a u t z r l s n e l h o zi s on o
o es k a i g c s o e bi l a d t l s t e c m s i t               l
ievelop alternative billing procedures whicb vould better
                                                                I
reflect actual energy consumption. às currently written 1321
zaniates duplicative actioa by EXE. It resultsy I believe,
in qnnecessary expense incurred by botà Ehe taxpayers and tbe   i
ratepayers. There's no reason to aandate by Statute for ENR
to do something they already haFe authority to do. It
redqces the planning period froz tventy to ten years, because
it is conceded by a1l people that are interested ia this        I
                                                                i
issues tbat once you get into planniag beyond the ten-year
time fra/ey it is essentially a11 guesstimatesa      ànd an
                                                                I
importank feature kere is that the utility aast file each
year...each year aa update of their energy plan. As vritten:    '
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1021 saya this shall only needs to happen every t*o years.
Itê                                                             h
   s felt t             g
           hat's to@ lon for a z r constru on pr e
                                ajo       cti   oj cty          I
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* e r s o o g l oe h a n z n r v d s e
t o y a s i t o l a . à s te a e d e t p o i e th               1
 om s o ih x lc t to i y o a c l et f ct s f
c l i si n w t q p i i au h r t t c n e c r i i a e o           1
public congenience and necessity.       I thinà it...it only
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reasoaable that the comnission should have tuat authority.
It needs a hamzer ovec the ukilikies.    Central Dispatche I
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bad thought had beea totally taken out of this amendlent.
It's only been taken out in on1 place: and if this goes one I    k
have an amenizent prepared Eo take it out          elsevhere.
Finallye the references to least cost energy are rewoved
because theyere zeaningless anlessao.unless put in a tine
fraoe.     If   1021 were the law githout this azendment, 1021
voal; sayy.a.in essence. the commission vould be ordered
probabty to tell tbe power utilities, go out and buy little
peak capacitors run by natural gas: and at so/e pointg fivee
ten years fron Roge we vould then be ia a crunc: and there
voald have to be a crash building program.      2:11 try aad
aasger any qqestions you œay have; otherwisev I'; seek your
support.
PRXSIDENT:                            .
    âny dis,cussion? senator Joyce.
 NT : EO
SB A O J R 'E Joïcs:                                             1
    Thank you: :r. President..ol vould urge that ve defeat       !
tNis amendment also. Buke senator..asenator Zito said if ve
had more solar energy: we wouldn't have to spend a sunny day
in here. 3ut tkis..othis reduces the ICC reportiqg require-
ments to the General àssembly. It also eliminates a vote by      !

 1 ee om s in r o n ta e t de n pr v o -
a 1 s vn c mi soe st ii it s u is a dap oe cn                    1
                                                                 I
tents of reports to the General àssezbly. It also eliminates
                                                             .   I
tNe Departuent of Energy and Natural nesources froz the
Stzte's long-range energy planning process. khat we#re doing     !
iso..you knovy ve might as Mell get rid af the rest of tàe
                                                                 !
Comlerce Conlission members and let the cbairzan ruu the
whole shog and tell everybody what..owhat type of energg
     re oing to hav a v:at ki of req em s t
they' g            e nâ      nd     uir ent hey:re               I
                                                                 I
goi              d    st hin              de
   ng Eo bave, an I ju t k this is a bad i a. I think
we aee; zore input from al1 of theu .the comwission members
 n e hp        i t e e s r m e ha r a .
a ; p r a s a l t l l s f o th c i m n                           1
PRESIDENTZ
   eurther discussion? Senakor Netsch.
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                     .
        Thank you, :r Presiden         k at
                              t. I thin wh happens in that              I
                                                                        I
                                                                        i
    s     a o    h
     ectio t whic Senator Joyce just refe      s at àe t
                                         rred i th t    en              :
    p
    oint   deregulation plan ghich Chairnan Phil O'Connor kept          1
     r ps n o à eb r f h on o mt e n o e a
    p a a i g à t e a a e s o t e Ji t c z i t e a d t S n -            1
    tor Joycels coœmittee on...and vàich was not accepted except
    asu -you know. so/etàing Pisionary to loak at aayhe vay doyn        1
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     : ut r e a a a i a l r t e nt h a n h
    t e f u ev h h s n w b s c t y w i t a i o t e k v i t e            1
     oo     hs w nmn n h u s f t de n s ea
    f r of t i a e d e t i t e g i e o s u i s; a d. a S n -            1
     o oc oitd u , t n h à i œn .n : h ul
    t rJ ye p n e o t i isolyt e ca r a. .o te fl                       1
     eb rh p N omiso h t il e ie h cp
    m mes i ofte c z s in ta wt dcd te so ê of                          I
    h e t d e h c ou d e e y x e s v n e y i e
    t es s u i s w i N c l b v r e p n i e a d v r t z                  1
    consuzing an; 2ay well ought to happen, but it is seven
    people vho oûght to decide thake nok tke càairzan alone. One
    other...two other things I would briefly like to mention, one
                                                                        I
     s h t t em o e ht hs mn mn ua at al
    i t a i ss s t m t a ti ae d et sb tn i ly                          j
    redaces thG scope of seckioa 830: which is the proposed
       die        ate
    stq s of estim d utility bills, s    hi    at e
                                     oaet ng th Eh joint
    comœittee and otNers have been quite coacerned about, and if
    I recall correctly, it was specifically Jqff 'iller wbo..xvho
     i a t o a e ue b t h s a o ee . t e a o e
    d d w n t uk sr ha t i vsc v rd I se st m                           1
     h t ou a g a e a e k n d N t
    t a y r l n u g h s w a e e t a . . . the scope of that and         h
.   also deleted the reqqireoeat that it be reported to the Gen-
    eral àssembly. T would also like to point out tàat on page
    19 in lines 3 to 6, as I read the effect of yoqr language,
    rou havee in facte reneged somewhat on our commitment to
    Illiaois coal. It ispa.it's a slighk cbange in the language
    bute as T read 1te it very decidedly paks tàe coaaitment to
    Illinois coal at the end of a list of...of considerations aot
    at the front of the list as it yas before. ând it seeas to
    *ey particularly for thosm dognstate meœberse thak is some-
    t:ing vêry mqch to be co qr
                            nc nêd a t. Fin ...o th
                                    sou    ally àe e                    j
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    elixination of the Department of      Energy   and   Natural        I

    Resources.   There are a bunch of places in these azendzents,
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         or oaag not ju y
    Sêaat 3l                     t          e
                       st ours bJ some of th otherse gNere             I
    the Department of Energy and Nûtural Eesources is eliminated       i
                                                                       ;
    fro? the process. I think tàat is a vecy grave Distake. One        I
                                                                       :
    of khe things tbat a11 of qs were very iapresaed with ?as the
    need to àave their kind of expertness involved in tàe setting      '
    of planning aRd priorities. It is absolutely-..critical that
    ve àave their input in the process. Suree it doesn't have to
    be written into khe statœtey they could probably do ik any-
    way. but by having it in here we makq it clear that they are
    a...an essential part of the planning process. and it seems
                                                                       i
    to ae that it is absolutely contrary to a commitment tbat a11
     f
    o the Kew          e oin lmitt as I recal sh
             bers of th j t co    eee        le ared by                '
    Writing then out at this point and other points. For those         i
                                                                       !
    an; other reasonsw I oppose âmendment No. %.
    PRESIDENT:
                                                                       !
        Farther discussion? Senator Xeats.                             '
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       TOR KEà
    SENA      TS:                                                      I
                                                                       i
        Thank you, Kr. Presïdeat. â guestion on wàeeling pover.        i
    @ill t:e spoasor yield?
    PAESIDZNT:
        Spousor indicates he will yieldy Senator Keats.                i
                                                                       ;
    SEN&TOE KE&TS:
        QRe of the concepts of holding dovn atility rates is to
    allog the transmission linls to be regulated but allow compe-
                                                                       !
    tition at the generating source. ghat would happen ander           :
    this- . p could we get a dognstate utility vho can kn many cases   I
                                                                       !
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    generate power cheaper than sole of the CoR2onwealth Edison
         s
    plant e can we vheel povlr to our areas without having             !
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    Comœon/ealth...Edisoa tack on costs that Qake it not only
     nrdcie a iacal o esbe
    upoutv b*fnnilyntfail?                                             1
    P/ZSIDENT:
                                                                       1
        Senator Bloom.
    SE#âTOR BLO0d:
        Under tùis amendmente the concept of vheeling is takea

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out.
PXZSIDENT:                                                       I
   senator Keats.                     '                          I
SENkTOR KEATSJ
   Okay.     So what weêre saying tsz under this amendmente ve
Nave not alloved for competition at the generating source.
Is that what tâat azeudment says?
PWXSIDENR:
                                                                 1
   Senakor Bloom.
SEXATOR 2LO0d:
                                                                 I
    N                                                            !
       a. It jqst    t' ot ong the l
                 ..-i s n am                  ag Na
                                    ist of tài s t : the         E
cazzission would be called qpon to study at this poiht.          !
PRZSIDENQ:
   Senakor Keats.
 CAO ET
S R T : K A S:                                                   l
   Okay.     If Illinois Power #ho supposedly could produce.
let's sayv electricity a    little cheaper coul; sell that
pover in aorthern Indianay is there any gay for thew to get
that pover to northern Indiana under this amendment?
PEXSIDEXT:
   Sgnator Bloom.
SERàTOR BLOOK:
   Felle existing lav in this aœendment vould not change it.
It gives the coamission the power to order sales, aad as aat-
ter of fact, I think as part of the CIPS rate àearing, they
were ordered to aEteupt to sell their excess capaeity. So
this voqld ik be...this vould leave tbak option qnchanged.
PB:SIDENT:
   Senator Keats.
sENàToR KEATS;
   T knov tàe options there today but Commonwealth Edison
k/nds to tack oo a couple of percent a: the top that makes it
impossible to do.     @hat Iêm saying, do we do anything to
keep Commoavea1th Edison from soaking al1 of us oa tàat
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wheeling issue?
PAESIDZNTZ
   Senator Bloom.
SENàTOE BL0O:z
   tease cost management gould dictate ho# that woald be.
I...or another ?ay of putting it would be to say, you can
have at tbat through tàe PGA.
PRBSIDENT:
    âny fqrther discussion?     Further discqssion? Senator
Blool. you vish to close?
SES<TOR BtOOH:
    I certainly do. In closing. the criticis*s leveled at
this ameudment..-one of the prior speakers saidy he doesu4t
like tàe amendment because al1 seven com/issioners ought to
beo..qble to order staff, tbere shoutd be no skudies qnless
all seven comwissiouers vote on it. I think thak.s weak. On
the studies of the...estiœating bills in the practice,
think a fair reading of 1021 withoqt this amendœent shows
that it is tantawount to a fishing expêdition. This narrovs
it down to specifics whic: I think is important. ànd
finally: in terms of the Department of Energy and Hatural
ngsaurces. they are a...Fery Dach a part of tàe pracess right
log without statutory aqthority aad tbey would remain very
lqch a part of the process. ànd finally, the virtuew-.tbe
otàer lirtues of this aaendzent especially in tàe area of
long-terz planning and the mandating of the utilities to file
annual reports on àheir construction are truly kNings that I
think merlt the sopport of both sides of this aisle. I vould
seek your affirmaEive vote.
PRESIDXNT:
   Tàe queskion is tNe adoption of à/endment No. 4 to senate
Bill 1021.   Those in favor of the ameadzent indicate by
saying àye. àll opposed. In the opinion of Ehe Chair tbe
Nos have it.      àmendment ïo. % fails. Roll call has been
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    requested. Al1 rîght.      The guestion is :he adopkion of
    âmendment No. % to Senate Bill 1021. TNose ia favor of the
    amendzent vill vote àye. Those opposed vi11 vote Nay.       Tàe
    vatiag is open.       Have al1 voted who vish?    Have all voted
    vàa visà? nage a1l voted #ào wisà?     Take t:e record.      On
    that qqestion. there are 31...23 âyes, 31 Xos. none voting
    Present.     The      amendient    fails.      eurther   aaend-
    œente...secretary?
    SECEXTARY:
        âmendment No. 5: by senator Friedland.
    PRESInENT:
        Senator Friedland vishes that amendment Witàdrawa. :y
    qnderstanding from the minority kNere#s-..khat the balance of
    the amendments vi1l be withdravn. :ithirag t:e balance of
    the amendments.. Further amendments?
    SEC:ETàRKZ
        No further amendnents.
    PRESIDENT:
        3rd reading.      â1l rigàt. Rith leave of the Body, ve:ll
    Kove to page 5 on the Calendar. We are approacàing the hour
    of three o'clock.       It is the intent of the C:air to work
    qntil approximately six olclock.       ëe vill begin on 3rd
    readinge I woald ask khe meebers to be in tàeir places and
    have their files ready. ke vill be starting ghere ve left
      f     e   ta       e
    nf on th bot : of pag 5 w                -1      9,
                             ith Senate Bill 1 -9, 11 and
    ve vill go througà as far as ve can. on Ehe Order of Senate
    Bills 3rd Eeading is Senate Bi11 119. Rea; t:e bille dr.
    secretary.
    SECEETàRX:
       Senate Bill 119.
                  Secre
                  (                  le f
                       tary reads tit o bill)
i   3rd readàng of the bilt.
     RS D X
    P E I E T:                                                         !
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       senatoc temke.                                                  I
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        %9
        ï y-                      a e o , 1 as
                                  pg 1a -. x 2 , la
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             SEXATOB LEKKE:                                                   !
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                 khat tbis bills does is alends the àdqlt Edacakion àct to
                                                                              I
                 ct e
             dire th State S     nten nt du io        ervi
                            uperi de of E cat n to sup se                     !
             and to establish s      ds
                               tanâar of Aœ canizat prog
                                           eri     ion  rans in               I
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             pablic community college districts and school districts.
                a        dy ov ded n e ta e. hak re oing i
             Thi is alrea pr i i t: S tut k ge# d         s                   j
             breakiaq i: oqt and setting up a special section Qnder ârtl-     !
             c1e ZI' Day and àzericanizatisn prograa.    It sopetbing the
                                                                              I
             peaple in ng area vant. They vant it similar ko ghat is done
                                                                              !
             for bilingual education.       I think it's a goo; bill. I ask
             for its adoption.
             P:ZSIDZNT:
                 àny discussion? Is tbere any discossion?      If note k:e
                                              9
             guestion is. shall senate Bill 11 pass. Rhose in favor vi1l
             vote âye. Those opposed wil1 vote Nay. Tâe votiag is open.
             Hava al1 voted wàa wish' Save all Foted 1ào wisà? Have al1
             goted *hJ wish?       Take ààe record. On tkat qaeskion: there
                                                                              I
                           5
             are 36 àyesy 1 Nosw none voting Preseat.     Senate Bitl   I19   .
              av g
             N in re     d  e equire c
                    ceive th c              uti
                                    d onstit onal majority is
                                                                              1
             declared passed. 120. Senator temke. On the order of Senate      !
             Bills 3rd Beadingy Senate Bill     12û.   Read the bill, :r.     1
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              ertr.
             Sceay                                                            i
                 senate Bill 120.
                              ( cretary reads title of bill)
                              se
                                                                              1
                                                                              '
             3r; reading of tbe bill.
             PBESIDENT:
                 senator Iemke.
               sà
             sz eo: Lc:sE:                                                    1
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             a
                 : a i l ip y a e h it d y f a ii u ak
                 T i b l sm l Rk st eb r ha o C sz r Pls i                    j
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              .4 oia ? h tt f lios o e elrd y :
              ., h ld yi teSaea Ilni t b dcae b te                            1
             Governor sizilar to tâe otàer ethnic âolidays. I ask for its
             adoption.
             PDESIDENT:
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     s h r a i c s i h; A y d s u s o ? S n t r
    l t e e a y d au so  a ic s in       eao                     1
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      u sin f h pn o e r r sd n .
     Q e to o te s os r K. Pe ie t                               j
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     p n o n i at s e' 1 i l e en t r c q e a
    S o s r i d c e : 1 y e d s a o S b n n n.                   j
 SE#ATOR SCHP#EXAN:
    S                                                            1
      n t ry ou r e k n o a ê h s k t o d y n
     e a o y ê ê s g i g t m k t i a S a e k li a a d            1
 ia doiag so you honor a-..a Polisà...an inportank pecsoa to
 tâe Polish comœunity; àovgvery I think you also do soue         ,
                                                                 I
 things that ve may or may not vant to do and one of which I     1
                                                                 I
 think is that...voald this not require that all scàools in
                                                                 I
 Illiaois be closed on that day?
                                                                 I
 PZESIDENT:
                                                                 I
    Senator Lemke.                                               '
                                                                 I
 SENàTOR ZEKKE:
    T:is bill does not...it's only if the Gogernor declares
 it. It's similar to the...vhat we do for t:e othqr àolidayse    I
                                                                 I
 whether it be Lincoln's Birthdùy, Columbus Day, Kartin Lutber   !
                                                                 :
 King Day. The Governor has to declare it.      He can declare   I
                                                                 :
 vhat kind of holiday it is.
                                                                 I
 PPESIDENT:
                                                                 I
                                                                 I
    .n  senator schuneman.                                       .
                                                                 I
 SENàTOR SCBDNEKAN:                                              !
                                                                 I
    :ell: to the members of the Genatev I tàink that if we       !
                                                                 $
 Nave a Statute which designates this day as a legal hollday

  a l io s h t oe n r i t n at a e ht g r
'i I l a i t a G v r z s w l i f c m k w a e e                   1
                                                                 '
 Gecl     oa     es     o          h tatut an t
     arati is nec sary t colply vit S     e d àat it             j
                                                                 1
  o l e oi a n q co l .              o l e o ia o
 W u d b a h l d y i o r s h o s It w u d b a à l d x, n         4
 Goabt. for state employeese and so I think that ve should ask

  qale vt aeul hte r o hs s ely ht
            e
 ocevs do.y crftyvehro ntti i ral va
 ve waht to
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PEEGIDENT:
    fqrtàer discussion? senator Schaffer.
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    SENàTOR SCHAFPEE:
        à long time agog I vas in tàe àrmy and I was stationed ia
    Germany: ahd every tize I turned aroundy I #aa stationed ia
    'unicà: it *as a...a holiday of same sort an4 a1l of the
    related offices and busiaesses and schools were closed: and
    it finally reached tbe point ia that particular country where
    tkey had to-..at great pain a:d sufferinge sit dovn and
    revise a...a hew holiday scheiule because they had so Rany
    days off that their prodactivity an4 their edqcational sys-
    tems had been disrupted. I did not happen ào gote for a..-a
    holiday for 'artin Luther King aad it *as no disrespect to
    Kartiu Luther King, aud III not going to vote for thia holi-
    day ahd it's no iisrespeck for a great individqal of a Polish
    extraction.        st
                   I ju happen to f      at   av      h
                                   eel th ke h e enouq holi-
    days and that our coaatry would be better served wkth
    conmemorating and re/embering these great âzericans in other
    vays.         st hlnk ther ar eaoug and t ...j a p
              I Ja t          e e      à     kat ust er-
    sonal opinion. and I'1 going to vote...l would voke against a
    Jack Schaffer State holiday if it vas unlikely to be proposed
    I aGmit, but 1...1 think Iel1 not have to worry about that
    occurrencey bqk. franklye I cannot think of any American
    living and dead: inclqding many I have total reverence for,
    that I vould add to the Calendar of holidays. So I àope no
    oae v11l take umbrage at Dy Ko vote.
    PBZSIDEXT:
        Furthen discussion? Seaator Kedza.
    SENATO: MEDZà:
       Thank you. ër. Presidente Ladies and Genhlekea of the
    senate.    The historian Eublieri said that there vas neFer a
    warrior vho possessed greater dexterity in every kind of
    service than...the...zr. P as
                              ul ki.o. nk Pa ski. B aa
                                      cou   la     enj in
j    a kl n n n r d c g i o a h n t a r t s h t o n
    Fr n i i i t o u in * n t e s i g o w i e t a c u t
    Pul            s
       aski. *ào wa a G           ol d     ho s o oi ou.
                       eneral in P an and w wa t j a y
    is esteeme; one of the greatmst officers in Curope. Perhaps
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     tt   nsi
no be er i gbt into tke sturdy charactmr           of   this    I
 l u t k u u a k n g n e e e o h n u op n
il s ro s P ls i k on ad rv rd b t i E r e a;                   1
 / rc a e ie h n o e r a f i ot y e n
â e i a, c n b g v n t a t h a a m n o h s l f y t p i          1
àugust of...1779. state to th9 Continental Congresse RI could   I
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 o u i o k o ef r h o e e g s              uo e
n : s ba t t s o p b o e t e s v r i n of E r p ,       so I    1
cane to hazard a11 for the freedom of àlerica and aœ desirous
 f a sn h e t f y f n            a tr r l r e n f
o p s i g t e r s o m li e i a co n y t u y f e a 4 o           1
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s t i g a a c t z n t fi h f r l b r . G n r P l s i            1
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l n e i à e i a a o t t e m d e o J l 1 7 . a 4 afetr           I
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C n r s t t k a i . Bu r t e s a d e g r t a d o r              1
 a s s e as
c u e a h w e he did not vait for official cognizance.          1
The inherent ardor af his varlike      apirtty his habits of
activity and the Gesire of efficiency serving tNe cause in
gàich he had so uarmly embraced did not perzit hi2 to wait
 o h e ii n f o r s n i p lct o , o e
f r t e d c s o o C ng e s o h s a p i a i n s à                1
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 h a gi e . Lf y te n te . d s n us e fi e e
t e ' r u s d . a a a e t y a a à r .. i ti g i h d o f c r     1
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                                   e c n i d p n e c a th       1
Batkle of Brandywine in Septezber of 1777. Four days alter      l
t      eat
 his ev g Ne was appointed by Congress to the coowand of        I
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t e C v r gi h t e r n o B i a i r G n r l T e e e e t          j
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day of October 1779 at tbe age of tàirty-oue he was bqrie; in   I
   ann
Sav ah. Georgi    ulas  ed      ad vedv a no and
              a. P ki di as he h li         ble                 1
undauated varrior figàtin: the battles of libert; and of tàe
Republic.   He sacrificed hiaself. a11 of his years of his
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 ou g i e i o t n i n e t a i n t y i o t
y n l f , b s f r u ee: s a c s r l G g i y h s l f y           1
spirit, his splendid genias and a11 his earthly hopes for

i e t utc a ua i y a hs h n s. e a e l
lb ry:js ie ad h mn t . er te e ti g h gv a l                   (
he had, his martyred life. I ask you to give what you àave,

or oe
yu v t .                                                        i
PSESIDING OFFI     SENA   ESBZ
              CEP: ( TO; D IO)                                  I
                                                                I
   eqrtber discussion? Senator techogicz.
SEKATOR LECHORICZ:
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     Thank yoa: Hr. Presidentg Ladies aad Gentlemen of the
Seaate. This bill passed the Senate last year and it passed
because it vas something that was long overdue. àuerlca is a
great Iosaic. vhat makes it great is its people.o.v:atever
etànic group that go4 may represent or wàatever race ve are:
the most important thing is tàat veere Aaericans and that we
realize tàat there    are     pgople   of   Aalrican    extrac-
tioaa..xaericans of differen: et:nic backgrounds anG differ-
ent races. This is tàe beaqty of àmerica and every person as
an American also has to look aad remezber their respectkve
ethnic and racial backgroqnds as gal1. Every ethnic groap,
every racial group has a person or persons kNat they seez
                                           ng
have contributed to an extra degree in maki this country
greak. The person that is before us for...to be considered
as a Stake holidaye CasiKir Pulaski: fills that need for the
Polish-àmericans. Itls really ironic that ve have to seek
                        e
the sapport of the senat from the standpoint that the pil-
lion or so Pol-àzercians in this State that have vorked and
have contributed oa a very prodqctive basis have yet ko be
recogatzed by haviag a State holiday. &nd I knov and you
know who vrite the history books of this great country, aaG
we   know   exactly   vhich   ethnic   groups    have     been
qnderrepresented in the bistory books of this coqntryg ande
Nopefutly, as I supported Hartin Luther King Daye because I
thoqght he vas a great à:erican and he represented àis People
in an extraordînary manaery I vould hope *NaE you would sup-
port Casimir Pulaski, because this pan not only created the
Cavalcy for the gnited states: fought ât aE...battlese gave
his life for tàis csuntry: but I tàiak àe also is a symbol of
excelleace for all Americans to reveree and for tbat reason,
this bill des/rves yoar Aye vote. Thauk you.
PAESIDIXG OFFI       SEN
              CED: ( ATOE D  EKBZIO)
    Further discussion? Senator Lemke may close.
SENàTO: LE:KE:
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       hi     s   1 u
    I t nk thi b1l j st sy      es àak t Po
                          uboliz w      he lis: people
haFe vanted in âaerica for so/e timee and I ask for a favor-
able vote for those nillions of Polish people thak have con-
tributed their lives in tNe state of Illiaois. zhank you.
   SID G
PRZ IX OFFICE   SE TOP D
             R: ( Sà    EHUZIO)
    TNe questioa is, sàall Senate Bkll 120 pass.   Tboae in
favor vill vote lye.       Those opposed will vote Nay. TNe
vatklg is open. Have al1 voted vho wish? Have a11 Foted vNa
visN? Have a1l voted *ho wish? Have a1l voted who visb?
Take the record. On thak questkon, the àyes are 41v the gays
are 11. 4 voting Present. senate Bill 120 having received
 he qq ed c
t re ir           tion   ori  s
           onstitu al uaj ty i declared passed.
126. sehator Collins.      on the Order of Senate Bills 3rd
Reading is Senate Bill 126: sr. Secretarye read the bill.
SEc:dT&:V:
    Senake Bill 126.
              Se
              ( cretary r               il
                         eads title of b 1)
3rd reading of the bill.
   SID G        SENAT D
PRE IN OPPICBR: (    OR XdgZI0)
    Senator collins.
SENATOR COLLINSZ
    ïese thank youv Kr. President and lembers of tNe senate.
Senate Bill 126 creates the Illinois Home Repair Registrakion
âcà.   The bill as awended now only pertains to kh9 Coanty of
Cook. It allow for other coanties to oPt in if they see tàe
                                        d
need to do so. It establisàes a threshol for registration
far a person who does cûaulative business..awith the aggre-
g&te amoqlt of five thousau; Goktars a year. 1be bill
requires that each hoœe repairer as defined by this Act shall
register gità the county clerk as they do no* on a annually
basis and pay a fee of twenty-five dollars toa.ato register.
TNe bill provides for vecy strict applicatioa procedures in
order to minimize the possibillty of unscrupulous :oae
repairers .ào often defraud many of our senior citizens aud
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                                                                       l
    prey upon the Poor people: taking their zonies vitàout
    renderiug the services. The regulatioas established in the
    bill has the inEent for providing a mechanisœ for better
    enforcezent of the lavg-..and in order to gety first of alle
     o e ni te t n t l o o e t r oi oi g n
    t gt id c mn s a d i a s f rb te mn t rn a d                       1
                                                                       I
    enforcement of tàe Repair âct. I would be happy to ansver          i
           sti s;         ou     e
    any gue on if note I v ld mov for a fav     e l
                                           orabl rol                   I
    call.                                                          .   I
    PEESIDIRG OFEI     SENA OR SAVI
                  CBR: (   T       CKAS)
        s hr icsin eao eui.
        I teedsaso? SntrDlzo                                           1
                                                                       I
    S:NàTOE DEHBZIOZ                                                   I

        Qelle really 1...I Qidnêt have Ky light on bat since you
    called 2e.   'his bill I understand no7 only pertains to the
,   Coqnty of Cook and does: in fact, offer the saze vonderful
    opportuqity for other counties ta opt in at their request. I
    stilt have soze problezs vith tNe idea that it-.agou have to
    go davn to tàe county clerk's office and register and pay a
    f                                                                  l
     e f wn yf v ol r o -t ok n or .t o k n
    e a te t- i ed la s t. .o w r o yu- .o wr o                        j
    y        ee nd
     oar hous a it j      ez o     f ook C nty want i
                    ust se s t me i C     ou       s t:
    why, yoQ knowy it's all right wità me.
    PBESIDING OFPT     SENâ OE SA CKAS)
                  CERI (   T     VI
        Is kbere fûrtbqr Giscussion? If noty tbe question is,
    shall Senate Bill 126 pass. Those in favor will Fote Aye.
    Those opposed vote Kay. The votiag is open. Have atl voted
    gho gish? Have a11 Foted gho visà? naFe all vote4 @ào vish'
    Rave a1l voted who wish? Take the record. 0n that questiong
    tNe àyes are 21. the Nays are 2:y 3 voting Present.   senate
       l 26   ng
    Bil 1 :avi fai             e   aj ky otq is de
                  led to receiv a m ' ori v       clared
     ot
    l s.                                                               j
             e at r ol i s ov s o u e a e i l 2 n o -
            S n o C ln a e t pt Sn t B l 16o cn                        h
     ie a in o toe . s e v rne e v s rn e .
    s dr t o P sp nd I la e ga td? La e i g at d                       (
    Senate Bill 128, Senator Collias. Read the billg Kr. secre-
                                                                       1
    taty.                                                              '
    SSCRZT/EY:
       senate. Bill 128.


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                 Secr       ds tl
                 ( etary rea ti e of bill)
3rd reading of the bill.
PAESIDING OFFICE   SENA
                E: (   TOR SâVICKàS)
    Senator Collins.
SEHATOR COLLINSI
    Yes, thank you, Hr. President ahd Rembers of the Senate.
Senate Bill 128 simply adds to the State Employees' Group
Health Insu    e
           ranc Plan hosp        er          or eri on
                         ital cov age for maj p od tal
surgery in those cases vhere it is recoœpended necessary by
the dentist, and I vould move for a favorable roll call of
senake Bill 126.
P      BG FI RI
 XESIDI OF CE          SEBA
                       ( TOE SAVICKAS)
    Is there discussion? Senator nall.
SXNATOE HALt:
    Thank yoq, 8r. Preskdent aad Ladkes an; Gentleœen of
the...senate.     ; rise in support of tbis bill and this bill
is also sqpported by AFSCHE. It's estiaated this bill will
affect a hundred and fifty-five thoqsand skate ewployees and
retirees. It inclqdes hospitalization and tàe definition is
reqqired tz be provided by gcaups of healtà insarauce. I
gant to cozmend Senator Collins for having the fortitude to
get this kind of bill on the recorde and I'd ask yoar zost
favorable support of this bill.
 EES  G PI     S AT
P IDIN OF CER: ( EN OR SAVICKRS)
      rth
    Fu er discqssion? Senator Keats.
SESATOR K2àTs:
    Qqestion of the sponsor.
PEESIDIXG OeEKCER:     (SENàTOE sâvICK&Gj
    She indicates shedll yieli.
SZNATOR KEATSI
    Isn't the health provisioas under-w.all the àealth care
provisions covered by the Collective Bargaining àct and
eren't these regularly discussed under the collective bar-
gaining bill that I t:ink I remember you beinq a sponsor of?
!
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      eh
    zua , isu't this part of tNat package?
    PAESIDINS OFFIC    5EXà
                   EE: (   T02 SAVICKAS)
        Senator Collins.
    SEMATO: COtLI:S:
        It...it could be but it's not included.
    P:ZSIDING OFF      SEN OR
                 ICED: ( àT SAVICKàS)
        Senator Keats.
    SENATOR KEATS:
        In other words, AFSCKE asked for it uûder the negotia-
    tions. didn't get it and decide; stnce soœeone felt that tbis
    perhaps is not a fringe benefit that tàe state could afford
              àe axpay
    and that t t              t ant t
                      ers dldne v         . re Ju ty th
                                     hat.. ve'   s     e
    tegislaturee going to override the wàole deal and sayy even
    thaugh we passe; the collective bargaining bille veêre still
    qoing to run everything the vay ge feel like runninq it. Is
    tàat a correct assesszent?
       SID G #ICE
    PRA IN OE       SENà
                 E: ( TO: SAVICKAS)
        Senator Collins.
    SEXATO: COLLINSZ
        This Will siRply Iake it mandatory that itoa.it be a
    collective bargaining item.
       SID G
    P:E Ty OFF      SENAT SAV
              ICEEZ (    OR  ICKAS)
        Senator Schuneman.
    SENâTOR SCHUNZHàNZ
        ::11. with all d:e respec'. :r. President, I don't think
    it does anything like that. 'his requires that this coverage
    be a part of tbe gcoûp iasqraûce plan. So gEat we:re doing
    here is designing the group insurauce plan. Ho? do we really
    vant to do that? Do we really gant to àave.--everybody who
    cozes to us that doesnlt somehow or another have coverage for
    something under the groqp insurance planw do ve really gant
    ko aegotiate tàa: àere on tàe eloor of thexm.of khe General
    àssembly? I think this is a-..is the grong way to go.     Qe
    have people vho deak with these issaes al1 the tine. Qe..-ge
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Nave people vbo desiga the State Eeployees: GroRp Insurance
Plan in sqch a vay that it gives the greatest amoqnt of bene-
fits to t:e greatest nuKber of people vïthin the fraaework of
vàat the Gtate can afford, and no? Medre getting.oofirsk of
all. we make collective bargainknge we give then a rale to
play in designing the State plan. No7 we#re going to get in
the acE here and zandate certain things be ia tkat plan. I
sqggest that's the wrong way to go about it.
PXCSI      YFI   SEN OZ
     DIXG O CER: ( àT SàVICKAS)
   Is there further discussion? If note Senator Collins 2ay     .
close.



                        END OF REBL




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RZEL #%
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5EN#TOP COLLIHS:
   Yes, Senator Schuneoanv le already àaFe Stated inav.ïa
the lav certain things kàat shoqld be cavered under our group
insurance plan.     So this is no different from what already

 x ss n ts u t 4 p y di g .t i s n d iin o
e it ya d i ' Js s a l ad n. .â sa a ad to t                         j
 à s bn s h t s ledy e ie o a oe e n e u
t oe t ig ta i a ra rgurd t b c vr : udr or                          1
group insuraace plan.
PRESIDING OFPI     SENA
              CEE: (   TOR Sâ7ICKàS)
   The questîon is. shall Senate Bill 128 pass. Those in
faFor vill vote àye. Those opposed vote Nay. The voting is
open.     H      l   ed ho à? av     ote ù
           ave a1 vot v wis H e a11 v d w o gish?                    I
 a e 1 ot d h i h a e e e o d. n h t us o
H v a 1 v e w o v s : T k tb r c r O t a q e tin,                    1
                                                                     I
tàe Ayes are 34, the Nays are 22g 8 goting Present. senate
Bill 128 having receîved the constitati        ori
                                       onal zaj ty is
declared passed. senate Bill 130: senakor Collias. Read the
bille :r. Secretary.                                                 !
CRTE:
SCEàY                                                                1
                                                                     ;
   Senate Bill 130.
                Secretary reads title of bill)
                (
r e dn f h l.
3 d r a i g o t e bi l                                               1
   SI
PBE DTNG OFFI     SENà OR SàV AS)
             CERJ (   T      ICK
    Senator Collins.                                             '
 E AO O L M
S NT RC L I S                                                        1
            Z                                                        1
    Yes, thank youy :r. President ahd melbers of the senate.
 e ae il 3
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                      n t e p o i o e f h o p ol s
                   s a a tm t t te s m o t e lo: e                   1
 h : e e e t p n n e er n e o . s r p e r k f t -
t a w r l f o e i rf ec t . .t i sa c o s u                          i
 e ts e s n n o k r s e u t f h u r ze o rt s
i n : p r o s a d l c e s a a r s l o t e S pe C u e                 1
 e ii u n N e e sy es s h 1 a e ht h
d cs o k t e N w J re vr u t eT oc s . %a t e                        I
bill does ito.afirst of all: it clearly...stipulates that
                                                                     1
strip     search of students should   Bot be a part oz covered
                                                                     I
                                                                     I
uader the...existing Criœinat Code vhich deals wità the strip
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                      Page 119 - HAï 21, 1935




    search 1aw that we passed in the General âsse/bly several
                                                                     :
    years ago.    Ik also established somq clear-cut...guidelines    l
    qnGer which keachers ando-.and school personnel can, in fact,
    con4uct searches of a students locker or a stndent's person
    thenselves.   It also pravides for...input froz the parent
    and..aand t:e local school persounel in establishing rules
    and regqlations governing..atbis àct..-provision of tàis àct.
    I would àappy to ansver any questions; if not, I vould ask
    for a favorable roll call.
    PRESIDING 0FeICE   SENA
                    R: (         VI S)
                           TO: SA CKA
         s à r ic s in? e ao a k as n
        I k ee d su so S n tr Br h ue .                              I
    SENATOB BARKHAOSEX:
        :r. Presideht and members: 1...1 hate to say it :ut I#n
    afraid kàat this bill is moving in precisely the vrang direc-
                                                                     l
    tion.   às I understan; ite vbat kâe legislatioa gould do,
    particutarly througà the adoption of ânendaent No.   1g is for
    one thing to override the decision of tàe United States
    Sqprepe Caurt which upùol s
                             ds earch o stu
                                     es f  dents in cerkain          I
                                                                     !

     eet icmtne hr h ulc neet ut fe t
    slc erusacsweetepbi itrs jsiis i                                 1
                                                                     I
    and where contraband voald othergise escape detection and        '
                                                                     !
    possible seizure. This legislatione as I understaud it,
                  .
    woald establish kàat only selective school personnel would be    I
                                                                     I
    autharized to conduct searchesg so khat when there is a
                                                                     I
    bypathetical situation vhere a teacher seese for exaœple: a
                                                                     I
    student opening a locker and...and sees, foE exazple. certain    '
    dregs or soRe sort of firearm in that locket, that teacher
    rather khan beiag able to seize khat particqlar makerial or

    n h a e f ùe r . u o l ae o h n o o -
    i t e c s o a f r a m a g nev u d h v k t e q c n                1
    tact the person within the school who had been   duly author-

     zd n o e y qh r zd o e za .a ei l r            o ut
    i e a d s l l a t o i e t s i e . m t r a o ào c nd c            j
    searches of khat kind. ëe are going to be coming up shorkly
                                                                     1
    on the Calendar vith a whole series of bills sponsored by
    Selatar darovitz ahd a number of other Senators tàat move in     l
    precisely the opposite direction of this bill. ia tbat they
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seek really ko crack dovn an crimes and criœinal property an
school groaads.     This bille as I see it: is ia dirmct con-
travention of 1he effort and :he direcEion thates being taken
by this vhole series of other bills.       I think it gould
undermine the effarts of school personnel to deal segerely
     aski abl th erioa cr inal con ct. An .a f
and j fi y wi s       s im        dq     dw. nd or
tNat reason, I feel we al1 ougbt to vota 5o.
PRES    G
    IDIN OFFI     SE OR
             CEE: ( KAT SAVICKAS)
    Is there further discussion? If not, Senator Collins *ay
close.
SENATOR COLtINSZ
    ïes, thank you, Kr. President...and ze/bers of the
Seaate.    I think Senator...Barkhaqsen's comments is probably
thew..one of the-..best reasons ar besE arguments that...tbat
one can gile for voting for this legislaàion.    Firat oî alle
it is not true that this bill is a contradiction to the
SupteRe Court rule; as a natter of fact, it does follow that
rule. It does say specifically Ehat they had...bad to be
reasons to sqspect that.w.that a studeat. in factg had sole-
tkiqg...were.mpwere trying to conceal somethkng that vere
qnlawful.aafor tkem to have in tùe school. It...it most cer-
tainly.-.ve Kost certainly would not want anyoneow-ve would
not want a male searching a female student.-.most certainly
not.     Thereu athere should be soœeonee as iadicated ia this
bill. est      e
         ablish ; by their scb      str    sqp nt
                              ool ii ict... eri endent
to determine wNoe in fact, would be responskble for strip
searcbùng af thoae stadents in those cases that varrant that
a strip search would take place. I think the Supreze Court's
decision allowed for tha: discretion for local scâool dis-
tri     o a us          s
   cts t d j t that. Thi bill does t           s ts
                                    hat and it' se
fork: clear-cut guidelines so that ve will protect at tbe
saze time thexm.the studentzs rights but at thesa.saze tike
not allov thez to      giolaàe otber lavs by :aving unlavful
tbings in the school system inclading Grigs and other types
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                      Page I21 - 5àf 21, 1985




of weapons. sa I think this is a very good bill. it is moat
certainly a step in the right direction. It is not   contrary   1
to what Senator :arogitz is doing and I would ask for a
favorable roll call.

 R SD N F IE I S XT à IK S
P E I I G O F C R (E AOR S 7 C à )                              j
    Tbe question isv shall Senate 3i11 130 pass. Those in
favor will gote àye. Those opposed vote Nay. The voting is
                                                                1
opea. Have a11 voted vho vish? Have a1l voted who vish?
H                                                               !
  F l o e à i h? a e à e or             n ât e -
a a a 1 v t d w o v s T k t e r c d. D t a qu s                 1
 in à ys r 0, h as r 2               otn rs n .
to et e âe a e 3 te N y ae 2 e 1 v ig Pee t                     1
e a e i 1 3 a i g e e v d e o s i u i n l aj r t
s n t B 1 1: h v n r c i e tN c n t t t o a z o i y             I
                                                                I
is declared passed. For vhat purpose does Senator Barkàausen
arise?
SENATO: 3AEKHâUSEN:
    To request a verification.a.of the affirmative vote.

R S DN F IE : S NT â I à )
P E I I G O F C R (E AOE S V CK S                               I
    Senator Barkhausen has requested a verification of the

 f i m t v o e o l 1 h e a o s l as e n h i
a f ra ie vt . kud a lt e Sn tr pe e b i te r                   I
seats and will the secretary please call the affirœative
roll.
SZCRETàRf:                                                      I
    The following voted in the affirzatiFe: Carrollw Càewe      '
Coffey, Collinsv D'àrcoy Darrow, Degnane...Deœuziov Hallg
xolmberg.    Jones,     Jereuiaà Joycev Jerome Joyce. Kelly,
                                                                I
 e b w c , e k , q t a og t , e z , e c , e h u e,
L c o i z L / e î f , l r i z N d a N ts h N k o s              j
oêDaniel, Pashard. Rupp. Sangmeister. smith, Vadalabene.
                                                                I
Relche zitoe Hr. President.
                                                                I
PDBSIDING O#FI     5E:< 0R SâVI
              CER: (   T       CKAS)
    Is t:ere a question of any of the affirmative vates'
                                                                I
    TOR RXHA;
SE#J BA      SENJ                                               j
    Senator Jones.
                                                                I
PRESIDANG OFFICER: ( SCNATOR SAVICKàS)
                                   s
    Senator Jones in his seaà? He' standing in back.            I
SEHATOB BADKHAPSEN:
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    Senator Chew.
   SID G   CE  SENAT S ICKA
PDB IN OFFI BI (    DR AV  S)

     eao hvmi tnig n oim
    SntrCe..ssadn o aPdu.
SENâTOR BARKHABSENZ
                                                                j
     e ao o f .
    S n t r C f ey                                              1
 RE IH
P SID G OFFICEBZ       SE OP VI
                       ( NAQ SA CKAS)
    senator Coffey in his seat?    Senator Coffey.    Senator

o f y t i e i a e r w h e o d.
Cf e . sr k h s nm fo t er c r                                  j
E ào AK AS N
sNz n BE HOE :                                                  1
    Senator Dawsoa.
   SID      CE  SE DR VICKàs)
PRE ING OFPI R: ( NAT Sà
    Senator Dawson is not recorded.
SENATOR BàRKHABSZN:
    That's ity Kr. President.
PEESIDING OFFI     SENà
              CER: (        àVI S)
                       TOR S CKà
    :r. Secretary. 0n that-..on a verified roll callg there
are 29 àyes, 22 Naysw 1 voting Present.       Senator Collins
seeks leave of the Body to put Senate 3ill 130 on the order
of Postponed zoasiâeration. Is leave granted?        teave is
granted. senace Bill 131: senator Blooa. Head the btlle ;r.
Secretary.
SZCRETâEK:
    Senate Bill 131.
              Secret
              (     ary r       tl
                         eads ti e of bill)
3rd reading of the bill.
PPE     G
   SIDIX OFFI     SE YOR SA
             CEB: ( NA     VICKAS)
     e k r l o.
   s na o B o a                                                 1
 E â O t 0:
S :T n BO z                                                     I
    'hank yoq: :r. President and fello/ Senators. %kak 131
sayse in essencee is that in the foreclosure situation where
                                                                I
 h i l s us qe t y rn f r d ho g              a d td
t e t t e i s b e u a t t a s er e t r u h a m n a e            j
share of salq tha: :ax staaps vould not bq nacqssary.    1111   1

kry and answer any questions you zight àave: otherwisevseek
an affirzative roll call.
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PEESIDING OfFIC      SBNA
               EE: ( TOR SA   VICKAS)
    Is there discqsskoa? Senator %ekch.
SZNATOP @ELCH:
    Question of the sponsor.
      IM
PRESID G OEFICE 9: (      OR VICKà
                     SENAT Sà     S)
    Ee indicates heAll yield.
S=%àT0B MZLCH:
    Does t     a de et as
          his k clu r e es of...of mezorandams of judg-
zent...
PRXS    G    CE  SE OR VICKà5)
    IDIN OFEI :: ( NâT Sà
    Senakor Bloom.
SZNATOR BLO05:
    Na.   Ns I qnderstand it: it is in the foreclosqre situa-
  on ly, not a r as o a Iemora
ti on           ele e f       ndum of judgment. Let me
doable-cbeck my fkle. I don't think so though. I thiak it
is...nopee it's only to...in satisfackion of a debt or
othero..coaveged bu: onlg Lo Ehe extent of satisfaction of
sucâ other debt or obligation.
PEE         YI E: ( Nâ
   SIDING OE CE   SE TOR SA7ICKàS/
    senator kelch.
SEKATOE @EtCH:
    9o you know vhat the cost vould be to the local counties?
PRE     G    CE  SENA
   SIDIN OFEI P: ( TOZ SAVICKAS)
    Senator Bloom.
SENàTOR BLOOS:
    No, I do aot. %Ee fiscal hote says that it will be...at
œost forty Ehousand Statewide and somevhere between thirty
                 s
and fortyy sa ik' well under t:e zandate's trigger.
   SID G     CE
PDE IN OTFI R: ( NASE TOR SàVICKAS)
    Is there further discussion? If not. the qaestion ise
shall Senate Bill 131 pass. Those in favor will vote âye.
Tkose opposed vote Nay. The voting is open. Bave a1I voke;
who wish? Have a11 Foted vào wisù?     Take tàe record.   On
that questian: the àyes are 56e the Nays are 2. none voting
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Present. Senate Bill 131 having ceceived tàe constikutional     I
 aoiy s elrd asd eae il 3. eao
mjrt i dcae pse. Snt Bl 18 satr                                 l
Xetsch. Head the bill, dr. Secretary.
SECRETAEVZ
    senate Bill 138.
              Se et y eads titl of bi
              ( cr ar r        e     ll)
3rd reaiing of the bill.
PEE     G         SE OE
   SIDIN OFYICEBZ ( KAT SAVTCKAS)
    Senato: Netsch.
SENàTOE NETSCH:
    Thank you, Hr. President. Senate Bill 138 provides foc
the...priwary Election in the General Election year to be
 ed n h ot f epeb r pc f cl y h usa ex
h l i t e mn ho S tz e ,se i ia l t e Te dy n :                 l
after Labor Day. It also provides for a Presidential Prizary
for the election of delegates to a Xational Congention and
whatever beauty contest œay continae to exist in the lav to
be beld once every four years in say, so tàat theDe is no
EolGing up of Itlinois' participation in the Kational Conven-
tia               aj
   as of i*s t@o I or resp        ar         e re r-
                          ective p ties. Ther a cu
rently some eighteen states which have a ptilacy in the Konth
of Septembere so that it obviously is not impossible to do it

 r m e h nc l o n f i w    à n e f h ie
f a a ac a ia pi to ve . I ti ka fw o t e tz                    1
 o sr it h E a e f ne n a tes
c nt a ns ta a y b o coc r t oh r : for exazplee                1
the zilitary absentee voting, are a problea right now under
current 1aw and would not be any vorse vith a Sepàenber pri-
                                                                I
 ay t s oeee oehn ht a o e drse
zr;i i,hw vr smtig ta hs t b adesd                              j
 ep te
s ara ly. The makn argument it s      o
                                eems t me for a Septeaber       i
                                                                I
   za        t rs t bo ens be ue eri
prk ry is tba fi t i s zt t tk p od of formal                   j
                                                                I
caâpaigning between the Prizary and thq General Electkon. As
   hin      cat   e th
I t k I indi ed th o er day wheR u wer d
                                  e   e ebating                 1
                                                                I
another primary bille I think thm greatest fear that al1 of     I
                                                                !
us as elected officials ought to have is that we are boring
                                                                i
aur constituents to death vith year-rounde nonstop campaign-
ing. This at least shortens the formal period of that ca/-
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                                                                   1
a g i g n i e: h n : oi d l o e a e h a u t
pàn n . I t / I Ei ki v l a s r dc te ao n                         j
of noney tàat is spent on elections.      Obviously, there is
nothing to prahibit someone froa campaiguing earlier tàan the
alloted datqs for prizary and general, but I think tbe whole
time period is very likely to.x.to be constricted if we got
used   to having a Septeober primary.          zt seens ta 2e
tàat...that one of tàe things ve reallg must address is the
 yi i K àe unff h t o a y f h o qs ae ià
c nc s e t tr a ta s m n o te vtr h v gt                           1
the electorat process. I genuinely believe that baving tke
primary in     septeœber rather than Narch or indeed even qay
vill contribute sonee not totally, but gill contribqte sole
to a greatec respect for tàat period of ca/paigaing which
really is important and tàat is the forzal part of khe cal-
paigning.     I would be happy to ansler ghat questioas I can;
if not, I vould stronqly conaen; for yoqr consideration
senate Bill      138 vàich does providq for a september primary.
PRESIDING OFFICE   SE:â
                :: (   rO: 5â7ICKàS)
    Senatorsg ve have the foltowkng Seuators in tbis order;
Kellyy dacdoBaldg Topinkav Karovitz: ScEûffec, Geo-Karks auâ
Hol/berg. senator Kelly.
SENATO: XENLKZ
   Thank...thank you. :ra Pcesideat an4 menbers of t:e
senate.     I reluctantly risa Eo oppose Seaator's legislation.
one of my zain concerns is that if ge do go to a Septe/ber
  ima
pr ry t          n act wo
       hat this i f      uld t     e mmer cazpai
                              eqqir su          gning.
ând if yoq think youfre getting colplaiats from your precinct
gorkers and volqateers aow because of going ouà in t:e
incleaent veathere yait tilt you...gait till you ask tbem to
go out during tNe picqic season and when they want to be with
   ir
the faz     ad or
       ily a f ge: aboq poli
                       t    tics and just eqjoy life.
No my knogledge, there has not beeh any...any iaforœation

 ruh o h teto f h lcia uhrte n k
bagtt teatnino teeeto ataiis i te                                  1
state of Illihois asststing thel in placing such a progra?
into effect. To qy knovledgey they're oppose; to it, they
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feel it is not reasonable. I knov that Seaator Netscà had
pointed out that sone eighteea states hage already adopted
this. I think ve'd like to see that before and I khink aaybe
f:is ise al tàis pointe premature legislation and I Will
oppose the senator.
PRXSIDING OFFI     5E OR
              CER: ( <àT Sâ7IC;àS)
    Senator Nacdonald.
5E:ATO: 'ACDOMàLD:
    Tbank yooy Hr. Presidênt. Of coursee I az for shortened
pripary periode but I think that the September prizary really
creates a    number of problems that cannot be overcoae.
     .I hink t z
T:e.. t        he ain obje            àa
                            ction is t t in p  residential
pciaaries tbak the p        ld               t
                    olls voa be open frow jus 2:30 to 9:ûû
p.2.v and       don't tkink that that's enougâ time to get out
tbe kia; of a vote that ue uoqld want to get out in that
kin4...in...kn tbat parkicular election. â Septeœber primary
leaves only twenky-five days in whicb a voter can vote
abseRtee and it creates a very shortened tiœe for the county
cler:s aRd boards of electkons..ycoamissioners to prepare the
  llo
ba ts.      It jœstww.i g
                       a enerl f ïan of the reas
                              l, oD y           ons tha:
Senator Selly also enulerated. I woukd relqctantky :ave to
say wbile I definitely am for shortelùaq tbe pkimarye a?d ve
*ad a bill...senator Philip had a bill vhich I stoqgly sqp-
  rke     t
po d bu 1... ju h1               aE          ly      t
                      st hink E: this is tra too shor a
tiae and I would àave to..woppose this bill.
PBES    G
    IDIN OFF      S à
            ICEE: ( E# TO: SAVICKAS)
    senator Topinka.
SEKAIOE TOPIKKNZ
    ïes. Hr. President and tadies and Gentleœen of the
senate. I have no reluctance in supporting this bill wâatso-
ever, because        think it wakes the Rost sense of any bill
I've seen yet as far as s:ortening thesa.the campaign season.
T.m sick of cazpaigning. I can only assqKe tàat the pablic is
far sicker nat oaly of my campaigning bqt everybody else's
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campaigning.   If apathy be a problemy why feed it further?
T:ea.-the tiae 1ag between Karch and Noveaber is incredible:
it's expensive, I hate having to go back to my contrihqtors
all tbe time and bleedisg them dry to keep this thing going.
Hov aany points can you keep driging hoze? If the publlc
Nasn#t figured it out by the...in the tiue period batween
September and Novezber. I can't beliege that vedre goinq to
enligbten them further. I think khe bill is vetl resmacched.
ks---as far as sumzer campaigning, iE's oae of the best times
in the gorld to cazpaigav try a pichic someday. It's also a
heck of a 1ot easker for o?r elderly popqlation to be able to
get to the polls kn Sqpkember wben khey're not slipping and
sliGing and breaking their hips on the icey and I#d likm to
see tbea come oet and vote a bit more. So, I tàink it#s a
vonderful bill and I *oald encourage its support.
 PES
P IDING OFFI     SENA
            CER: (        à7I S)
                     TOD 5 CKà
     Senator Narovitz.
SEXATOR HAPOVITZ:
     'hank youe very œuch, Kr. President and mezbers of the
senate.   I reluctantly rise to oppose this legislation. ëe
  st
ja recently p    d
             asse a 5 p mary bill spo
                     ay ri               ed
                                     nsor by senator
Philip.   So we are...we havee iadeed. taken a.w-affirpative
stanle oa shortening the priœary season. ARd you kaou, one
af tbe things tbat v2 hear every Rovllbery every Karch , ks
the trezendous apatày azong tEe voters. %e1l, if you think
that yoq#ve &ad apathy in Karcbe yau've seen nothing until
Septeibec, because t:e Iast tbing tàat people want during
vacation tiles and uhen tbeylre out picnicing and when
th                                                              1
   yr u ai g o; ie n à n h yr n aa in
  e ve o: h va a go t a ad w e t e 'eo v ct o s                 j
a o e r : f s oe n k h u o i ia p e hs t
i t b a a 1o q c m i gt o r pl tc l se cê . I                   (
 a e     ra ie o l f s o ap in u ts à
2 y b a g et tm f ra lo u t c ma g b t i# t e                   1
                                                                1
absolute vorst tiœe ào really get people's ears an; to focus    i
       *      es
in on t e issu e and after alle khatês what campaigning is      I
supposed to be aboutv focusing in on the issues.   People in
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Rinaty degree heat during vacatton tine and party time in
July and àugust don't vant to be hearing abaBt a 1ot of         1

s u s h a t o e av n o d i e n h n
i s e y t ey g a t b h i g a g o t z . à d I t i k              1
that's the vors: tize ta be campaigninge it's :he hgigbt of
apathyy and I think it's the worst ti/e to focus in oa ghat
the candidates are a11 about-..that's vhat electioneering is
sqpposed to be a11 about.
 R SD H F IE : S NT A IK S
P E I I G O F C R (E A OR S V C A )                             1
     e ao -
    S n t r . . senator Schaffer.                               l
SEN:TOR SCHAFFER:                              .
     This prizary would be the first Tuesday iâ septetber. Is

 h k o h a f e a o ay
t a n tt ed ya t rLb r D ?                                      j
P:ESIDING OFFI     SEN OE
              CER: ( AT SAVICK&S)
     Senator Netsch.
SENâTOR NdTSCH:

     e.
     ïs
PEESIDING OFFICER:     (SE#àT0R SAVICKàS)
                                                                1
                                                                :

      eao cafr
     SntrShfe.                                                  1
SXNâ     CHA
    TOB S P#ER:                                                 j
       an
    I c only tell yoq that that is probably t:e one Weekend     I
                                                                I
        ear hat av he a     ulb f eop bsent;
of tàe y t I h e t l rgest u er o p le a                        i
I Reane t                                                       1
              s u     e d
         hat i j st th en of the seasoa...     ... ..1
                                          and 1 1.              I
j                                                               1
       n' eliev a vors day coql b f d. I Q goul
 ust ca t b    e      e        d e oqa  ...    d                I
 i e z e h lc in cc s h ree                  h n o ng o
l k t s e t e e e t o p o e s s o t n d, I t i k m vi t         1
 a a e es .
; y z k s s n e Kaybe we coql; move it even closeE till we      1
 et o àe d   he ch          t        s e
g t 1 en of E s ool year. Bu my clerk hav ani-                  I
formly. and I RigNt add of both politicak parties în the five   1
                                                                i
                                                                1
couaties that I happen to servee tot; me that this.w.this
 ye     i e a l s . v 1 o b a s m o sk l           u ps
t p of t m t b e i . . e1 . n t i g i i p s b e I s p o e       1
if                                                              1
    o u n g o ey u t. t o l s             za l o -
   y u p t e ou h œ a i i I w u d co t a s l f r                j
 qe      h y o l r b bl e o c d o t e s a k a l
t n. T e w ud poa yb fre t a l at pri l y                       1
duplicate a lot of their systems to enabte to enact a mean-
                                                                I
ingful t i/etable. and that's assunkûg they don't get into      1
legalities vhich ve seex to get iuto very regularly and we
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start fightiag over theo..vhether the-..socialist Labor Party
haG enough signatures to get oa the ballot aad a11 tbose
otheE tbings. I think it could create an avfœl 1ot of prob-
lezs.   1...1 would suggest to yoq thoqgà that tbere is ohe
source of savings foc tàis bill tNat perhaps the sponsoz àas
Rot thaught about and I speak specificakly about pehsion out-
lays for weabers of *he Geaeral àsselbly. Because we woald,
of course, be filiaq for office in mid or late June. An4 if
memory serves, mental attitudes of Kembers in late :ay or
June, Qost of is probabty woulda't file again; thereforee
yoa'd àave a seventy-five percent turnover in the General
&sselbly eacb electione wbicb of course voal; zean that no
oLe vaqtd ever qaalify for a pension vhich vould save a great
Geil of...money.    On top of tbat: generally that's when ve
genqrate the aast conkroversye we get serenadedy one of our
lezbers bad a very vocal group serenading Nia todaye and al1
of t:ase tizes.o.l'm sure this voeld...of the seventy-five
percent would quit and of the tventy-five percent that
Gecided to file again, one hundred percent of them would bave
firm coœpetition both în priaary and fall if that *as the        '
filing date and that may be a plas.o.that may be a plus but      I
                                                                 I
 e gt o hn bu t
w ou h t t i k a o t i .                                         j
 RSDN #IE: SNTR AI <s
PXIIGOFCR (EAO s#Cà)                                             j
         or zbe
    senat Hol rg.                                                1
 azo oszc
snzasssaz                                                        1
     h n o , r rs dn .         ou e a l n . n h
    T a k y u : . P e i e t If y r c l . i o.i t e               1
 a t es i n a       l h c a l o e t / e r a ry
l s S s o I h d a bi l w i h v s a s a S p e b r p i a e         1
   i t a e n h o t n t asd u f h s ea e
a l t le l t r i t e z n h. a d i p s e o t o t i s n t          1
                                                                 1
' y adl,
 e                hn lo t v ro e a n up r f h
vr h n i y IE ik an s e e yn ws i s po to te                     1
 i l t h t i e n .i k e h l s o s d r ' i g
                         l
b 1 a t a t z e a d I ttn g s oud alo c n i e v t no             h
f                                                                1
  r e a o e s ' i l à s a t c l r i e. n f à
 o S n t r s tch s b l t i p r i u a t / O e o t e               j
 ân s h t hn e w o h ulc s f ec l ce
t ig ta I t ikv @e t te pb i i i k 'ee e td                      1
 o
f ca tvo-year Eerz or   a four-year tera tâat we are dovn bere   1
                                                                 '
tenGing to the business of the Senate. And although I voted
                     Page 130 - :AI 21, 1985




for the :ay primary datee I'2 anxious to shorten khe season.
dy guess is the absentee rate vouldn -woald go sky-high if
khat were primary time. Kaybee Senator schaffer, that again
vould be a plus because we vouldnêt vote out some of the
legislation tàak kbe public doesn#t want us +o. Bqt on the
otber handy I tbink ve ought to earn any salary increasqs
ve#ve got and ge oqght to be Nere for our tgo-or our
four-year period. I think ve'd save tàe pqblic a 1ot of
zoney; as senator Netscà ùas said, television time vould
be...nore interesting to watch and a shart bot: Primary and
General Electioa season in tbe fatte I tbkûk. would be a real
asset to the State.
PEESIDI#G O'FICE   SENA
                R: (           CK
                       TOP SATI AS)
    Sehator Nedza.
SE:ATOR x:Dzà:
    Thank youg :r. President, Ladies aad Gentlezen of tàe
Senate. Some years ago 1e...We ha; a June pri/aryy if yoa
recall.    and   then    afher one election because of the
Foter...the voter apathy, ve reverted back to the Karch pri-
Dary.     Itlsee.the intent, as Senator ëarovitz pointed out
rigàkfully so. is Ehe...the intent is not to œake it easier
for ouraelf, it#sw..bqt to get t*e pubtkc ilvokved ia tNe
elective process. And another point is.        don#t know vàat
this does to oar consolidated election lavs: Dawn. so. I
have to really oppose the bill.
PZESIDING O'FI     SEMA
              CEP: (   TOB Sà7ICKàs)
   Seaator Collins.
SENATOR COILINSZ
    Teahy thank yoa. dr. President. 1...1 rise in support of
Senate Bi11 133 vith tàe agreement from the sponsoc that she
Would consider changing the date to the second Tuesday. I
agree with my colleagues iu.-ain that maay of the people vill
not-.whave not returaed from vacatioa the second..otbe 4ay
after Labor Day and so thate mast certainlyy would be a
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                     Page 1 - dàï 21, 19:5




very...a bad time forw-.to...to have khe election.        Bat
1...1...1 do agree wilh Senator...tàat said..-Topinka tba:
               st on'     ll f at e o eep b ing
said that we ju d t need a o th tim t k    or
the people. To be honest out there, a lok of tàe people are
talkiag about...getting t:e attentian of oar constitqentse
most   people   donlt pay politicians any attention any-
vay..ataking on the issues: to be honest. dost of the people
minds are made up aboqt wbo tbey are gokng to vote for by
listenîng to the media. T:e nedia will probably have zore
impact on who get etected than.e.than anyone else. So people
area..are becoming informed and aware and tNey knog that most
af what politicians say isa..is to get elected and: for that
reasan. theyere not paying :oo lucà atteation. 5o if we're
going to any good at a11 come out of trying to change todayg
it would be to allow far tàose persons like senior cktizens
an; the disabled people ko...to...to come out duriag the tize
when the veather is not so bad without having to...to fear
slipping down on the ice. The...the other advantage is that
because there are so zany people duriag the suaœer lontàs
*:o...wào congregate ia tbe parks and various otàer places
that you would most certainly have a captive audience if yoq
go out there and you von't have to organize so àacd to get
people to come out to public meetings.       Anda.wand I can
assure you: if yoq really have soaetbing to say, people ia
the park will stop and listen. And soe for that reason. I
vould ask for a favorable vote on 138.
    ID
PRES IXG OEEI     SEKà OR SAVI
             CER: (   T       CKàS)
    Re have :wo moce speakers. Senator Geo-Karis.
SEKàTOR GEO-KARISZ
    :r. PresideBte tadies and Gentlemen of the Senate. not to
belabor   the   point    but   people are tired of aLk of
oura..rhetorice and I doa't knov about your constituency buk
zy constituency does check into what I do; and I thiak if ve
can make it a september prilary, I think ktAll be... you might
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                       Page 132 - :Aï 21v 1985




encourage Rore Peaple to coze out and votq 'cause ve cer-           1
                                                                    I
tainty don't have enough people *ho do co/e and vote anyhov.
  m ar :e
Ië f t bill.                                                        1
 R SD N F IE : S NT D A I à )
P E I I G O F C R (B A O S V CK S                                   1
    e ao ok
    sn tr a c.                                                      j
sEsàTo: n0cK:
   Thaak yoq. dc. Presidente LaGies an; Gentleaen of t:e
 ea e    y o e ie     u p r f e a e i 1 3. a
S a t . I t o r s in s p o t o S n t B 1 18 à d                     I
vhile I adait there is some difficulty vith the Tuesday
                                                                    I
immediately       folloving Labor Day: I khink that can be easily
 ha e e ae as d et mer ra r n y e œe
c ag d R h v p s e a S p e b p i a y i z t n r
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e e rbb y i e ie . e as - .e as d t ih
hr poa l fv t ms B c ue .v ps e i .I mg t                           I
saye because it makes soze sense.      It vill afford qs the
opportunity to filey those of us gho are currently servinge
the opportunity to file late iu tàe year, beqiu gbatever cal-
paigning we vish to do during the sumaer months: and the fact
is that the shorter tàe distance betgeen the primary and the

 e ea ,   hn h e tr e vd r o ny b ad -
g n rl I tik t eb Ee s re a e nt o l te cn i                        1
Gates but cerrainly the general public. It will lessen the

 œu t f ie t il e s a h m u t f o e , a
ao n o tm y i w l ls e tea o n o R n y ad                           !
 oe u l n o pe e e id u ie h tt f e
h p f l y i a c m r ss d p r o m ch l k t e S a e o : g             I
 o k: h y e ? o et n v u o o e n w o t s n
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 E SD N FC H S NT à IK S
P E I I GOF I E : (E â OR s # C à )                                 1
    Senator tecàowicz.
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GENNTOE LECBO%ICZZ                                                  .
    Thank you, ;r. President. Tize is a great healer and I
 o t nv b q : r mr e n te t t s a n h
d ne k o a o t k e p i a i s i o h r s a e b t i t e                1
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State of Illinois our Primaries are rakher beated depending         '
 pa ht f ie r p n no tn t l fo                     o i-
û o w a o f c s a e u . à d, q f r u a e yy r m a p l t             l
 c l tn p n v o ei e o e d h t ie n re o
i a s a d oi t s m t z g u n e t a t m i o d r t                    1
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briag people back together to work as a party and, for that
    an, K osed ko th Sep
reas I# opp                   riw             e
                    e tezber p ary. ke had a v ry                   1
heated       Primary for tbe U. S. Seaate seat ia the Delocratic
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ParEg in tàe lasE primarye and we fiaalLy woa that office
because    time vas a   great healer    and people that Were on
differeat.oasûpportiag different candiiates caze back and
vorke; for the organization candidate and he also âad a very
good Kedia campaign and #as a good candidate, period. So the
people of Illinois gorked together and elected a new...:. S.
senator.    Bqt I don't think that could have beea possibke
after a àeated primary if the pcilary was ih Sepiqmboz.      ke
couldl't pqt the pieces back together again by the November
etection. ànd you vant to look at things from a practical
standpoint, sometime you need that tize in ordqr to get the
things donq. ànd for that reasone I#2 going to be Foting xo.
PRESIDIHG OFFI     SE O:
              CBDZ ( XâT SAVICKAS)
    Senator Netsch Ray close.
Se:àT0: NETSCBI
    0ne of tbe beauties of this bïll is tàat it certainly
Joes have strange bedfellovs.       @e4ve gat aepublicans and
Deuocrats andy you knov. a1l oger the State which must say
something good about it.        ter z j t b
                                     e us  riefly address
tvop     .  e
    oints on is that I hav been in c muni
                          e         om       bn i
                                         cati y k: tNe
Couaty Clerks's lssociation and I have eve? bad ohe meeting
vità them.     I Nave kndkcate; to thez that aay suggestions
they Nave that relake to the œechanics of the bille k:e tiae
pgriodsy perhaps moving the Tuesday until the next week...or
vkatever: I am perfectly willing to do. They simply have not
gotten back to me gith specifics yet.    I think a1l of us
understand that if t:e bill passes àere today that we gill
have time to address those tNiags ald I have so indicated to
their represehtative in Spriugfield. So I think that is not
                                           t
Iqally a maïter of enormoqs concern. I don' tàink that it
bas any iopacte senator Aedzae JR the consolidated election
sc*edqle. I Gid not touch the local part of the election
czcle. that is in a differeat matter. This deals only with
the General Election yeac. Finallyw.a.gell: I think everyoue
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Nas aaswered the summer cazpaigning well.    It seems to 2e
               esp   iki         ûs
that oqr real r onskb ty is not j t to oursetves as
candidates, although that is not iaconseqqeatial but to oqr
constituentse and it seens to me that-..aad those that waat
to participate in political campaigns, and it seems to me
tàat it's a 1ot more sensible to do it in tbe aonths of July
and âqgust in the State of Illinois than it is tâe months of
January and eebruary vhen you can barely get out the front
door. T gqnuinely beliege that this is a..osozetàing that
our constikuents would vêlcome vith open arms and I think so
uoûld ke wben ve got used to it.   I urge your sapport of
Senate Bilt 136.
PR3SIDING OFFIC     S TQE SA CKà
               ERZ ( EKA    #I S)
    Tàe question ise sàall Senate BiLl 138 pass. Tkose in
fagor gill vote àye. Those opposed Fote Nay. The voting is
open.   Have a1l voted wào wish? Have a11 voted vho vish?
Have a1l voted vho vish? Take :he record.      0n that ques-
tion, tàe Ayes are 36e t:e #ays are 19e nonq voting Preaenk.
  nat     38    ng ceiv  e
Se e B1l1 1 havi re ed th co      tio   aj ity
                            astitu nal m or
is declared passed. Senate bill 140, Senator Luft. Read tàe
bille :r. Secrekary.
SECQEINAïZ
   seaate 3i11 140.
              (Secretary r         e
                          eads titl of bill)
3rd reading of the bill.
PRXSIDING OFEI     SENA
              CED: (        Avl
                       TOR s cxàs)
   Senator Luft.
SENATO: LB/TZ
   Thauk you, :r. President.       Pirst I1d like ko say that
this only pertains to downstate poltce officers and oaly to
Nhose police officers #ho have serged in a municipality and
are elected te a sheriff's position.   This allows for tbe
traaafer of credit from the dounstate police office into the
IHRF provisions vhere the sheriffs are qnder. The bill is
r

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;

    supported by khe Illknois Sberiffs' àssociation and I:Pe.
    PR      G
      ESIDLN 0FeI     SE OE âçl
                 CE:: ( gAT s cKàs)
        Is there discussion? If note the gaestion is: sball
                 %0
    Senate Bill 1 pass.        Those in favar vill vote <ye. Those
    opposed vote Nay. The votiûg is open. Have all Foted who
    gish?   Have a1l goted wào wisb? Take kàe record.     On tàat
    questionv the ayes are 56e the Nays are lF 1 goting   Present.
    Sena         %0   ng ceive the coasti
        te Bill 1 havi re     d          tœtkonat najority
    is declared passed. Senate Bill 158, Senator schaffer. Read
    the billy :r. Secretary.
    SECRETAXY:
        Senate Bill 158.
                  S
                  ( eczetary r       tl
                              eads ti e of bil1)
    3rd reading of :he bill.
    PRESIDING OEFI     SE OR
                  CED: ( NAT SAVICKAS)
        senator schaffer.
    SENâTOB SCKAFFEBZ
        :r. President, aezbers of the Senatee Senate Bill       158
    vould allow fer the creation of coanty NistoricaL Gistcicts
    either in individqal dovastate coultiesg by tbe laye Cook
    Coquty is not affected, or by coxbinations of not œore tàan
    five contiguous counties. There are throughout the State a
    aumber of small, mostly smalle I guess there are a coqple of
    lhez that are fairly good sizey coanty histozy zuseums sup-
    portqd priaarily through private fands and also through funds
    garnered by and large through local township and county
    governzents through Federal regenue sharing. The hkstoricat
    associations recogaizey as I kbink most of us dov that Fed-
1    r l ee û h
    ea r vu e saring 'o coanties and townships is very likely
    ta go by the boards.        Tàey would like permission      by
    front-door refereadu/ to create countF historical districts
    wit: a maxilqn taxkag cate of .GQ4. %ou .ûû% brings in a
    very small azount of money buà zost of tàese bodies are pri-
    vately supported, most of ghat they receive is coaEributede

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so they#re basically mainàaining the buildings.    Thlse are
boards appointed by the couaty so they are still very zuch
ptoGucts of the county governmeht anG controlle; by the
coanty governmenk. Franklyy the county boards can levy that
amount right nowe zost county...in facty no county boar; thaE
I kaow of h    àe    ri
           as t histo cal organiza       ust
                                  tions j say let
us...have a chance to take our case to the people through a
froat-door referendqw. I'd be happy to ansver any questions.
PEB     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SE OB     ZI
             CER: ( #AT DEX0 O)
    àny discussion?     Any discussion? If noty the question
                       58
is. sball Seaate 3i11 1 pass. Those in fagor vill vote
:yê..   Tàose opposed vill vote Nay.     Tâe vokiag is opeq.
Have a11 voted vho wish? Have al1 voted wào wish? Bave a11
goted who wish? nave all-.-have a11 voted vho wisb? Senator
Savickas.    Have a11 voted vho wish? Take +he record. 0n
tàût questioq. the àyes are 5%...tbe Ayes are 55, khe Nays
are Rouee 3 voting Present. Senate Bill 158 having received
  e. equir co
tb w.r    e; nstitutional maj       s eclar
                             ority i d     ed passed.
169. On the order of Seuate Bills 3rd Reading is senate Bill
169. :r. Secretaryg read tàe bill.
SECDBTARf:
    Senate 3il1 169.
               Se
              ( cret ary r       tl
                          eads ti e of bill)
3rd reading of the bill.                                        !
P:E     G
   SIDIX OFF      GEN OR
            ICER: ( AT DE5UZI0)
    Senator savickas.    Senator savickas. it's your bill.
169. Take it out of the record. Taàe it oat of the record.
171. Senator Netsch.     Seaator Netsch oa the Floor?    179,
Senator Karpiel. Bottom of page 6 is senate :ill    179. K:.
Secretarye read the bill.
SXCRETARY:
   Seaate sill 179.
              (Secc          s    e
                   etary read titl of bill)
3rd readiag of the bklt.

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     asox exsz sNeR euz)
    pzlzcorcs (s&n nszo
        Senator Karpiel.
    3:%àTOK KàRPIE1:
        Senate Bill 179 as amended by àzeadzents 1 and 2 provides
    for tà9 videotaping of kesti/ony in càild abuse cases and tàe
    ability to.-.for the...to use that tape ia couct. Sov tàe
    United states Supreme Couct bas tuo criteria that tbey use in
    determining vbetber out of...out-of-court testi/ony may be
    aëzîtted in court. First the introduction ofa.xout-of-court
    statement aust be a ngcessity and generally tbey...they
    deterline a necessity as sbo#ing that Eàe witness is qnavail-
    able to testify because of death: absence, illaess or traqna.
    Senate Bill !79 Keets ïhat criteria by saying tbat the oaly
    ckktGren-.wand by tbe waye this is for children tvelve years
    old an; undere tbat the children that a court ordered psy-
    chologist or psycNiatrist deterzines are...too traumatized to
    testify. so it megts that crikeria. ànd the second one. i:
    says that...the testimony aust bear somee-.of celiabklity and
    by that tàey mean kt Iqst Eave a court-like situation. lhey
       t   eg ou ogy t j gee t pr
    mqs hav y kn      he ui   he osecu       e r
                                      tore th p osecut-
    ing attorneyse the defendant: tbe...defense attorneys and
    there's    a   cross-exazination allovedg khe confrontakion
    between the...tàe vitness: and the defendant is present.   so
    it zeets that criteria of the ënited States Supreue Court
    inp..in alloving oqt-of-coqrt kestiuony.   àfter tbey have
    tkis tape Kade, the tape is tàên...can be qsed in court and
    after it is used in court and gaes through not only tàe court
    proceediqg but tEe appellate proceeiiugs, kt is seaked.    Aad
    tàat's basically what the bill does and I'da..appreciate yoar
    sapport.
    PRESID      FI    SE TOE D ZI
          ING OF CED: ( Nà    EKU O)
        èRy ikscusskon? Senator Berman.
I
    SE@ATOP BERNAA:
       Question of tàe sponsor.
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PRESIDIMG OFFI     SENA OR DEhBZI
              CBR: (   T         O)
   Iadicates she will yield. senator Berman.
SB#ATO: BAR;àH:
    If yo? have a duplicatkoney.if gou have a duplication of
::e caurtroom environmentg inclading the defense attorney:
tàe.-.the defendant: cross-exalination: whai are ve accoK-
plisbing by the bill'
PREGID        CE  SCNà
      IKG OFFI R: (   TOR DEKPZIOI
    Senator Karpiel.
NXX&TOR KAPPIEL;
    Qhak ve#re accozplisàilge Senator: isaa.is several things
Witb this tape.    As far as the courtrooz procedurev what
veere accoœplishing is that this child is so trauzatkze; and
iatilidated that it's bad enough tùat they..pthat àhe child
has to testify with the defeniant there and tàe defense
attorneys bat to *eet coastitqtionat...you knowe requireaents
tàat's necessary. But at least you donêt have a coqrtrool
fqll of people and press and a1l kinds of circœs atmosphere
goiag on so tbese...cbiliren do not àave to testify of these
very lntiaate and palnful details in front of a1l those
atrange people.
 EES IN
P ID G OFP      SE OP HU O)
          ICER: ( HàT DZ ZI
    rurther discussion? sgnator Karpiel. do you wksh to
close' senator Kacpiel.
Se:àTO: KA:PIEL:
    Y     han   .
     es, t k you I j
                   ustw. j st ask f yoa sup
                        wl u       or  r   port on
tbis very imporhant bill. Several..astates âave paased this
type of legislatian. I believe this is a gery kightly ârawl
bill.. I think it gill provide assistance far these câildreav
no: only..aas far as avoiding the...courtroo? testizony :ut
as far as not having to gige their story over an; over againy
as many tiœes as maybe sixteen to tveaty times, to different
agencies as differeat people. And T ask for your   âye vote.
   SID    FI
PRE ING OF CER: (   TOR D
                 SENR    EdBZIG)
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        à1l right. The qqestion is, shall Senatê Bill 17) pass.       I

    Th                1   e
      ose in favor vi1 vot Aye. Those oppose vote Nay
                                            d        .        The     I
                                                                      ë
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     o i g s p . a e 1 ot d h i h? a e 1 o e h
    F t n i o en H v a 1 v e w o v s H v a 1 v t d * o                j
    gish?     Have a1l voted vho wish? Take the record. On that
                                                                      I
    qqestione kbe âyes are 56v the Nays aEe noae: 2 voting
    Present.                  79
                 senate Bill 1 having received the required con-
         tio     ori      cl d
    stitu nal zaj ty is de are passed. Top of page 7. 187.
    Senator Lemke. Top of page 7. senate Bill 187: Hr. Secre-
    Eary: read the bill.
    SECRETàEYZ
        e ae i l 8 .
        Sn t B l 17                                                   l
                                                                      l
                     Secr
                     ( etary Eeads kitle of bill)
    3zd reading of tNe bill.
    PRESIDING OEFI     SEN OR E:gZ
                  CEB: ( AT D     I0)
        senator Leâke.
    SCNATO: LZXKE:
        ëhat this does is axends the Pqblic Mtilitx âct exezpt-
    iag.a.actually we changed the exezpt into a refund to gi/e

     e ud o c o        i t i t n a p b i n o pu l c or
    r f n s t s h ol G s r c s a d. . u l c a d n n b i f             I
     h t lt a.
    t e u i i y t x I think it's a good bille I ask foE               1
    its...passage.
    PEESI9IMG OEFI     SES
                  CEB: ( ATOR DEKgzI0)                                1
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         n i c s i a e a or t e e g .
        A y ds qs o ? S nt E hr d e                                   1
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    SESATOR ETHEDEDGX:                                                I
                                                                      .
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        Thank you, Kr. President,      tadies aad Gentlemen of tàe    I
                                                                      I
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    senate.    I rise in opposition to khe bill and I woqtd ask       j
'
                                                                      j
    that everyoRe take a very close look aà this bill before          l
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                                                                      I
     e .b fr oi g o t h t t os s o. a. . s h
    v . .e oe vt n fr i. %a i de i t .. s. a t e                      !
                                                                      1
    sponsor    has    already indicatedy it does proFide a...a        I
    refqndo..oa tàe utility taxes to pablic school districts.
     o p bl c c o    s r c s n o z n t o l g s ài s
    n n u i s à ol di t i t a d c z a i y c l e e . T s i             1
    samethiag tàat ve#ve not done in the past. It--.it decreases
                                                                      1
    tàe sfze of thee..of the tax base, and vhat we're doing
    byo..b y taking this step is leading ourselvgs inevitably to
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t:e aext step vhic: probably could very vell be next year
have lggislakion introduced that vould exempt sanitary dis-
triats and so forth and so forth. I voald strongly urge us
a11 not to take this first step and to vote No on this bill.
P:BSIDING OFAICE   SENA
                P: (   TOB DEMgZIO)
    eurther discqssion? Seaator Holzberg.
SENNTO: HO1:3E:G:
    Thank you, Hr. Presideot. I rise in support of tàis
bill.   I think it is a very izportant bill for a1l school
districts in the Statg. Seldo? do we bave a cbaace as Iea-
bers of the Seaate to vote for soaetbing that vill enable us
to eacb brkng sozetkkng home for our school districts.      ge
qsqally gave to rely on the fobaula, sope of the school dis-
tricks get wuch less. In :his casev every single one of yoqr
scNool districts and your cowmunity colleqes gitl be able to
get a refuhd on thekr State utitity taxes. Their very favor-
ite projects, soze      very special t gs t
                                      bin  àat t    v
                                                hey' e been
trying to io vi1l...be able to happen within khe enackaent
date of this particular piece af legislation. I thiak it's
very important.     It is one #ay that ve caR assqre our School
districts that ge are beginning to think of tbeR. bring tàem
tbe monies khey need as we begin to talk about improvement
an; the things we vant incleded in those improvement pack-
ages. à smalt beginning but a very izportant one.
PPESIDIHG O'FI     SENA
              CER: ( TOB DZKUZIO)
    Further discûssion? Senator Newboase.
SENàTSE s:%gO:sEz
    Gponsor yield to a guestion?
PRXSIDI'G OFFICEP: ( SE#âTOR DE/UZIO)
    Iadicates be uitl yietd. Senatoc NevNoqsq.
SENàTOR KEHHOUSE:
    I read this as coamunity college districtsaaxschool dis-
tricts or nonpublic schoolse so this leans tàat tax dollars
would tàen go into nonpublic schoolse right;
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PEESID        CE  SEXà
      ING OYFI B: ( TO: DEHUZIO)                                    I
                                                                    I
    e ao e k.
   S n tr L me                                                      1
 s .o ax
s xv u t .s:                                                        t
    The tax do          d    .n
              llars voql go.. o. M     hi oes is j
                                  bat t s d       ust
exempts..athe priFate schools froz privatea..elementary aa;
serondary schools ftom.a.from the qtilitx tax goald mean
ahout a nine àaadred thoqsand dollars.      The bulk of this
o e o s .m s f hs il. . l ie o à i c
Qa y q e . .ot o t i b 1 .I#lg v y ut ef sal                        1
aote. 0ut of this %.9 Dillion go to publi aad etementary
                                         c
                                                                    I
secohdary schoolsy nine hendred thousand to prigate eleaen-
tary and secandary scbool aaG 1.% likkkou to camzunity col-
     . hat it da is. do
leges k         es  -. esn't gige tax moneye j    a-t ey
                                              ust. h
don't pay tax noaey.
    ID
PRES ING OFFI     SEN
             CKR: ( ATO: DEXDZTO)
    Fqrther Giscussion? Senator schane/an.
SAXATOA SCHO#EHAN:
    Qeltg   a    question     of the sponsore :r. President.
Oar..oour analysis of Sqnate Aoendlea: No. 1 indicakes that
in facàw.vthe bill does now provide for a refuad of taxes as
oppo     o   t
    sed t vha you jast said.
PPESIDING OFFI     SEX OZ
              CEA: ( AT DEHUZI0)
    Seaator Lenke.
SES&TO: LEXKEI
     t s re e r gn l y a t n xa to . e o kd
    I ' t u eu o i ia l bd i a ee pi n v v re                       j
                                                                    i
 u h ai s          e h     n t e o d .. t i s
o t t e b s s a a r fu d; i o h r w r sy o h s i                    j
ask      eque       e iliti and coap .wco les
   eG...r sted by th ut    es       any. mpaa                       1
                                                                    1
 e as h y r h re ih h a n k n h ae o
b c u e t e a e c a q d g t t e : x a d f e t ey h v t              1
                                                                    '
 a e b e a d o h t e' e o n e o s h . . h t l
m k t e rf n. S ga v r di gh r i te. t eu i -                       1
                                                                    1
                                                                    l
ity bill is paidw khen t:e school dkstrict applies for a            j
                                                                    I
refund from the Statq.      It eliœinates khe in bgtween œan and    !
                                                                    1
the extra expense tbat occurs.
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   SID G   CE  SEN TOP H0ZI
PRC I' OFFI RZ ( A DB 0)                                            I
   Senator Schuneman.
SENATOR SCHBNE:AM:
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       h a o h s e p e N r u er s ed n i a s
    o t e f r t o e p o l w o a e i t e t i th s q e -             (
 in f a o e e n ad ak o .p ia e c ol h
t o o t K z l y b i g p i b c t . o r v t s h o s:t e              1
                                                                   I
ansver then is that...that tax money would in fact be paid         i
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 ak o hm t : ol e n h o/             e ud f hi
b c t t e bu i v u d b i t e f r of r f n o t e r                  l
t lt a ?
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PNCSIDING OFEI     SBN
              CEB: ( ATOE DEHUZI0)
   Senator temkê.
SENèTOR LEKKEZ
    Ka. tbis isnek tax...this is taxes that tbey#ve paid Lo
the State and they get it back as a refund. This is not tax
money. this is their o?n money but this is the...the siœplest
vay to do it vità thes.oDepartment of Eevenue and also witE
the qtilities is to bave thez pay thekr bill an; then apply
for a refûl; of the tax that tbeg pay on thekr bill. 50 this
ks Rato..thiss..let's not confese things.         Tàis is only a
refun; of Koney theyere paying...on a bill to get it back.
Re could do it as an exemption but it would be more
co/plicate; for the utility cozpanies and for t*e nepartment
 f venue This Ia
o Re    .            t
                kes i simple. ïou just apply an; you
get yoqr moBey back. Me do this on some occasions on other
aatters.
 ECS  G
P IDIK O#FI     SEN OP dD O)
           CZB: ( àT DE zI
     u t e i cu s o ? e a o e h u e
    F rhr ds s i n Sn tr Nv o s.                                   l
SCNATO: MEMHOgSE:
    . ..   thanks for tàe explaaation, Senatoz.    Bu: vhak yoqr
 p aato ad o
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                  s h t a o l r il e o ig
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ak no rvt co ly s ht ih?
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    e : a2 o lr ht r e n a d y h r vt
    @ll t d la st a a e b ig pi b te pia e                         j
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scboals to tbe Statez yeah. In other wordse che nine hundred
thousand dollars. but also 4.2 million will be going into
public-..utilities. This nine hundred thousande as you know,
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we    give   money   to    certain nonpublic sckools and so
                                                                I
 o t. .h c a o k t e rg as o 1 e r el y
f rh w gi :i . on oh r po ru . S a l y: e r al                  j
Gokag Aere ks...is...ks gettkng riâ of a...unnecessary thing
of schoots paying taxes.
PR3     G FICE
   SIDIS OF      SEàA
              R: ( TOR DE8UzIO)
      e tr e h s .
     S na o x w ou e                                            1
 uào zs u c
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   Tàank you...thank you, :r. Chairzany and k:ank yau for
th                                                              1
     xln in u y o cr s ht e b a o u h
  e e paato . B tu c ne n i t a v a o tt ptt e                  j
 ae s oe ne h l ne g i . n n e e e
c m l# n s u d r t e b a k t a a n A d o c v g t                l
 tr e n k s ie to , p f a d b k h r e* e o ag
s at d i t i d r ci n I' a r i a ou v e e v r g i               1
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 o kr'   o l po e h s l.
t sa . I kud o ps t i bil                                       l
PRES          CE  5EN 02 Xd;
    IDING OFFI E: ( àT D ZIO)
     Further discussion? Senator Jones. Further discussion?
SeRator Iemke œy close.
SXMATOR LEHKE:
                s
     I think it' a...a good bill and I think if it àelps edu-
catione gets rid of the unnecessary burdên of.a-of scàools
paying taxes and tàen getting woney from thq State aad payiag
it back.     I think it's a good bill aud I ask foE its adop-
tion.
B S D G E IE : S XT R E DI
P B I IN O F C P (E A O D K Z O)                                1
     The qqestioR is. sEall Senakm Bitk !37 pass.   Those in
                                                                1
fagor vill vote &ye. Those opposed vote :ay. 1ke Foting is
                                                                1
  e . a e 1 o e h i h? a e 1 o e à i à?
op a R v a 1 v t ; g o u s H v a l g t d : o v s                j
 a e 1 o e : i h a e l o e â i h? a e 1
K v a1 v t d v o w s ? H v a l v t d w o w s H v a l            1
                                                                1
 o e o i à a e 1 otd h i h? a e h e o d
v t ; vb w s ? H v a l v e wo v s T k t e r c r .               j
    hat esti  e s e 8.                8y
Bh t qa on. th àye ar 2 the àags are 2 1 Foking                 l
                                                                1
Present. Senake Bill       l87 having failed to recqive the     '
                                                                1
require; constitutianal maj rity is d
                           o              ed st. Spon
                                     eclar lo        sor
reqqesta postponed consideration.     Postpone consideration.   :
191. senator getsch.       senator Netsch on t:e eloor? 192.
Senator sangmeister.      on tbe Order of senake Bills 3rd
Reading is senate Bill 192. :r. Secretaryv read the bill.
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pleasm.                                                                 '
SECRZTâPY:                                                      '
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                                                                        1
     e k l 9.
    S aa e Bi k 1 2                                                     I
              S        y eads tit o bil
              ( ecretar r        le f  l)
3rd reading of the bill.
PRESIDING OFFIC    SENà   EAU IO)
               XR: ( TOR D Z
    Senator Sangleister.
S2Xà2OE SâKGHZISTXE:
    Thank youe Hr. President and œezbers of tNe senate. ïour
Calendar reflects the accuracy of this bikl. Tâis is a tax
eqqivaleat grants to vhere oar State instikutions in a school
Gistrict that occupy aore than one-half of the school
         s
districtê territary. Not surprising that we àave that prob-
1em in vill County where skateville Penitentiary being one of
t:ose tnstitqtioas occûpies more tban half of kbe area of the
Cbaney-Honge School District. The School àid Foraula in no
vay gives them the amount of funds back or cozpensates foc
tkat loss. And tbis tax-eqaivalent graat Rerely means thak
they vould   receive wbat tàey would bave received had real
estate taxes been assessed i? that area. happy to answer any
questions if there are any.
PRESIDING OFFI      SEN
              CZRZ ( àTOR DEdUZ  IO)
    àny discassion? Geaator EthereGge.
SENATOB EIBEEEDGC:
    Hr. President and Ladies and Gentlezen of the senatey
I...as...as I qnderstand tàe proposal, and I aœ soaewEat in
syapatày with what the Seuator is trying ta accoaplàsà hete,
bat as I understand this proposale in---in effect vàat ge#re
 on s e s a iàig r ga h c a e el d fe -
di gi re tbls n a p or m vih w s r pa e e fc                            1
 ie u y ,
tg J l 1 1981: and tàe reason thea..khe prograa gas                     1
repealed was becagse it vas felk to be Gqplicative becaase
                                                                        1
the.o.tNe present formula for distributing aid does quarantee
                                                                        I
a certain amount of assessed evatuatioa behindooobehind eacà
student. So thak in an instance such as this one wàere there
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is a gepartment of Corrections facility it's true that         I
tbere's a great bit of the area of Ehe scàool district which
is nat on :àe tax rolls because itls a State-owue; property;
howevere the State &id Foraqta does.waalready coapensate for
that.a.for that facta I woqld suggest that tâere perhaps
might be other and..aand better ways of...of resolving this
situation than Fhat is being proposed here.
PPESTDING OTFI     SEN     ::B
              CEP: ( ATO: D zIO)
   Further discqsskoa? Seaator Qatson.
SEKATO: %Aïs0::
   Thank yoq: :r. President. I#d like to ask tàe sponsor a
question.
   SID
PRE ING OFFI  CER: ( SBNàTQP DEKUZIO)
    Indicatês àe gill yield. Senator :atson.
SEKATQR QATSONZ
    Is this retroactive?
PRESIDING OFFICER: ( SENàTOR DEKUZIO)
    Senator Sangleister.
5EN&TOR SAHGNEISTBD:

    oy h s o e ra tv . hi o l . ya h s s
    < tisi n tr to c ie T sv Qd..e h:t i i                     j
not retroactive.

B SD N F IE : S #T R E BI )
PE II GO e CR (E AO D: z0                                      1
    Forther discussion? Senator katson.
seNâT0R %ATsO::

    ou e t o e i l o n y n t o r e o r r s n r
    r a a ild R l C ut a âo c us yu pi os a e                  i
qre l h e o f tê o* etoctg o s t on
c rnty ter. S i i sn r ra ieh vi i gi g                        1
t                                                              1
    e p ou a t c l r r a? n v y u g t a n w p i a
 o h l y r pr iu a ae      ae o o        e rs n                j
 o ig n
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P E II GO FC R (EA O D : zO)                                   1
   seaator saagieùster.
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SEXâTO: SANGNEISTABZ                                           I
    ge're talking for the future-..years, we#re nat...we:re
not' trying to go back and pick up money tàat veêve lost.
ge#te talkiug aboutu athere will be a tax eguilavent graut
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    for fakure ymars not for the past. I-.athat's what your
    al i g b u e n et a c i e
    t k n a o tb ig r r at g .                                            l
       SID      CE  SE TOD 9E ZI
    PRE ING OFEI E: ( Nà     ;; 0)
        r b r i cu s o    e ao a g es e a l s
       'q t e d s s i n? S n k r S n z i t r 2 y c o e.                   l
     EAO AG E SE
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       R l w t n y u P r lg w a S n t r E h r d e s y i                   I
     re; f ous . h n e a s h r q h o e e t r a
    t q o c re w e h s y t e e o g t t b a b t e w y                      1
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     o o t ob d a oz p i h e t r a o el e
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     ae c o l i ti t h t s i iealy o n akrp
    h v a sh o d s rc t a iu.s lt r l g ig ba u t                         1
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     n h c ol i o / l n o a ae p o à
    a d t e S h o à d F r u a i R g y z k s u f r g at                    j
     h y v o t y ï i g l t t i l en t n i r e n n
                  a     e
    t e :e l s b i v n tz S a ev l e P i e t a y b i g i                  1
     hree
    te      and I woald ask you to give me same favorable con-
                                                                      .
                                                                          1
    sideration in that regard.
       SID G FICE
    PBE IX OF R                                                           I
                    SC TOE D
                  : ( XA    ESUZIO)                                       j
         l i h . h us in s h l e ae i 1 9 as
        à l rg t Te qe to i ys al Sn t 3 l 12 p s .                       )
    Those in favor kill vote àye.      Those opposed gil1 vote Nay.       :
                                                                          I
    The Fating is open. HaFe al1 voted who wish? Have a1l voted
                                                                          :
    ?ho vish? Have al1 voted @ho vish? Have a1l voted #ho vis:?           '
    Take tàe record. On tàat questione the àyqs a:e 3%w the Nays          !
                                              R2
    are 25. none voting Present. Senate Bill l àaving received            I
                                                                          I
     he qui d
    t re re con   stitutional majority is decla  red passed.              I
                                                                          !
     93 enator Swit
    1 .S                    e der of Sen
                   h. On th Or          ate B      rd
                                             ills 3 Beadi ng              i
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    is Senake Bill 193.                                                   1
                                 cret    ad
                           5r. se ary. re t:e bill.                       I
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     ES DN F I 3       S N T P E: Z O)
    P Z I I G O P C BZ (E A O 9 02                                        j
        Senator Smitb.
     Z K O K TH
    SNT E G I                                                             1
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       Thank youv Hc. President and members of the senate.
                                                                  .       1
    Se      ill 93 erely req
      nate B 1 a                      be artm
                            uests of t Dep ent of Childrqn                1
    and eamily Services to Kake known regulations requiring al1           '
    adoptia? agencies to forward to *he department napes aad
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                  pg 17-svz lass   ,




 ddre   f     ers   ho      plie or d  e een
a sses o a11 p ons v have ap d f an hav b                       1
approved for adoption of a hard-to-place or a handicapped
cbild and the names of sqch ckildren who have not been placed
for adoptkon. àddresses shall be maintained by the depart-
*ent and coded lists wàich maintains the confidentiality of
persons seeking to adopt a child and of the càild sball be
lade available vithout any charge to every aGopkion agent in
the State to assist tbe agencies in placinq tbese children.
Nov t:e department has about eight offices...
PBES    G #FI   S AT      ;U
    IDIN O CER: ( AN OP DE ZI0)
   Pardono..pardon me. Senator 52ith. Coqld ve bave soae
order. please. Seaator Snith.
SEXNTOB SKIT::
    . tak o , i . h ea te t a n u t t b u
   . .h n yu s r Te d prm n às i o r Sae ao t                   I
eight offices to handle adoptions of.-xfor children vào are
handicapped or hard to place. But ve want the Departzeut of
Cbildren an4 Fauity Services to do tbis in-house instead of

 o t a t n h s r a f à i o k u . e aq e h s r
c ûr c ig ti a e o ter vr o t Bc s re e ae                      I
bandicapped childreny these are children wào are hard to

 lc a d t: e ie e ed o e l h/ o h a t n
      a o
p aethat s mtm s w tn t l ae te t tel s .ad I
think
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            y hud e ie a potat o ae
            e sol b gva a opcqky t bv a                         1
 o m l i e f t' a e o s bl      el s h te hl
n r a l f i i s n d p s i e as v l a t e o h r c i -            t
 rn : r a y o dp . e c o n o e eb r .v .e
G e . oa ee s t ao t x .e gi gt rr we .. er                     1
                                                                r
goi                         he            r     ng o so
   ng to code the names of t child aad we* e goi t al           1
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 o e h a e f h a e s o d t qh h d e . h
c d t en / so t e prnt gh aop sc c ikr n â ;I                   1
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a k a F r fa o a e v t f r t i bi l                             1
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     n i cu s o     e at r o a u .
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  n lz n     * ea e        ae n us i n f h pn o :
 e t e e of t e S u t y I à v o e q e t o o t e s o s r         1
                                                                !
please.                                                         I
   SI
P/X DING OFFI     SEN
             CEP: ( ATO: DEKUZIO)
   Indicates she will yield. Senator Donahue.
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 ENà
S TO: DONàgDE:                                                  i
     enat   th
    S or sai ,       hog does this affect tàe coafideRtialkty   j
rules and regulatioas or feelings that are already i? place .
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 o e pe h o o i: hi a e o e n g n ea ;
f r po l v od at vs te ra a t b ko n i r gr                     1
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t ao to ?                                                       1
                                                                1
 a s nN # IE : s NT R E BI )
P E l I G o F c n (E à G D : Z O                                1
    Senator S/kth.
SE#àTO: SKITUZ
    lbank yoq.     Jus: as I saide all of these nazes vill be

 o e e h hi d e n l o k a e t h i e h i a e
cd d tec l ru a; as te p rn vo g vst e r n m                    (
 ht a o d p hs h l rn n l f h s i l e
t a vat t az t te ec i de a dal o ti vl b                       1
confiiential, it will bm in under the ambrella of the Depart-
ment of Children anG Faœily Services. ke're merely trying to
Nelp to assist getting these càildren adoptede that's all.
 EB IN     ICE SCXà
P SID G OFF XI (   T0; DE:EzI0)
    Senator nonahue.
SE#ATOE DONà:B::
    ëhy vauld the Child Care Association be opposed to this
aaep.on their concera far the confidentiality of this. the
C:ild Care àssociation;
                                                                1
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P B I I G 0 F c n: (E & O D H Z O                               1
    e ao at .
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SNATOR SKITH:
 E
                                                                1
                                                                !
    Iêm sorry. Because of tàe talking: I didn't œnderstand      :
h i t a t f e us in
te frs pr o h rq et o                                           1
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PRBSID        CE  SCNâ
      IXG OFFI X: ( TOR DE:0ZI0)                                I
                                                                !
     enat
    s or nonahue.                                               I
SE:ATOE noNàggEz                                                ;
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     h à l ar s o a i a s o c n G b y r p o e
    T e C i d C e A s ci t o i c u er e e t e a e o p s d       1
t                                                               l
    hi e a s f h i o c a b q h o f i n i l t .
 o t s b c u e o t e r c u er a o t t e c n i e k a i y         j
P     IN    ICE SS 1OE DE IO)
 ZESID G OFF RI ( Nà     KBZ                                    1
                                                                I
    Senator Snith.
                                                                i
SE<ATOE sKIT::
    ëe have cavered their concerns by doing the tàings that
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we are doing no# to Iake it defiaite.                             '
PRC     G
   SIDIN OFFI     5EN E
             CER: ( àT0 DEKUZIO)                                  I
                                                                  l
         oc nahue
    senat oo     .                                                h
                                                                  i
SENATO: DONAn;E:                                                  I
    à t r e on o ht e e e t o n ?
    v a a e v d i g n v t a w v r n: d i g                        1
PRESIDIXG OFFI     SEHà
              CBZ: ( TOR DEADZIO)
    Sqnakor Smith.
SE<ATOE s:ITn:
    #hat ge are doing noge weAre merely trying to put soae
feeth into making ik sqre Ebat young people vho are handi-
cappeâ an; vho are hard to place :ill have an opportunity as
gell as those who are not handicapped, that's all wedre
trying to da.
PR:SIDING OFFI     SEN
              CEE: ( ATOR DE:UzI0)
    Senator Donahue.
SEXATO: DONAHBE:
    Senatory 1...1 àage no problez with vhat you#re trying to
doe I really don#t, becaqse 1...1 kno: that this is something
t:at's difficqlt to...:o accoaplisà anë thak ve're krying to
betp.   Howevere it is something        that   can   be   done.
1...if...if     zy   husband   and I were ganting to adopt
                                                                  i
soae.o.hard-to-place càild, I could notify t:e Departzent of
Càildren and eamily Services that I was looking. If I didnêt
                                                                  1
gant my name to go to the Departzent of Children and Family       J
                                                                  I
 e vc se ae o a        tp ig h t e as o r
Sr ie I h F n g yof so pn t a b c ae yq a e                       1
 a ig l
s y n : 've shalll give the nane ke the Deparkmeat                1
of.--      en nd mily S
     childr a Fa        ervices. and 1... obj
                                         1  ect to kbat.          $
PPESIDIN                                                          I
        G OF/ICB   SEN<
                Z: (   TOR DEKUZIO)
                                                                  I
    earther..wvas that a.e.senator Slith.                         I
 SEMATOR S:ITH:                                                   !
                                                                  I
    Thank you.       Senator Donaâue: ge are using a coding
systeœe ve're not vriting it out. Ik's in a coded system.         :
Heretafore the deparkmen: has been contracting through a
agency of...information agency in...allocating children. But
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this ge vant in-hoasey thak's why we are coding it aad aobody    1
vill have that..waccess.                                         ;
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P E ID N O F C R (B A O D X Z O                                  I
     e ao oa u
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 X AO O à O
S N T R D N H EZ                                                 j
    But you are still giFing zy name to tàe Department of
C:iliren an; eamily Bervices and I 2ay not want you to do
                                                                 1
tkat. TNat's what I#1 saykug: it has notbing to do viàh
o ne
c di g   it sizply says that =ow the Departlent of Cbildren      l
 a a iy e vc s a o tc e. ad : a ig          a
aG Fm l s r ie c nc n at z ao n I? s ya , I ny                   j
 o at àt
a 'w n k a .                                                     I
 EES
P IDING OFFI     SEN
            CBR: ( ATOR DEAUZIO)
    e ao zt .
    Sn tr s ih                                                   1
SZNATOR s;2TH:
    Thank you. sir.     They are still doing tàis: they are
Goihg this on tbe whole: bat vhen tàe placeso..they are still
Goiag this. àaG whatammge emphaskze; here tkat it's con-
fidentiala   Don': yoq uaderstand that uordy confidential?
kellv vhen you say confidence...doa4t you :ave trust iB yoqr

 t t a . h.
s ae? H. .a                                                      1
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P P I I G O F C 2 (E R O D H Z O                                 j
    u t e i c s i n? e a o a t .
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                                                                 S
 E A O X Ta
SN T: sT z                                                       j
    But: seriously, Senator Donahue, to ansver yoor question.
                                                                 1
ïo? do not àave to.p . this ia vhy vedre talking about ve#re     E
                                                                 1
                                                                 I
codeifying everytbing and so it witl be confidential. @hat
ve are merely trying to do. - w doal give us opposition.owvhat
                                    t                            I
ge#re zerely trying to do is to provide that these haa4i-        l
capped children will have an opportunity. It's so easy to        l
      p ith a 1ot of li
come q v               ttle idi osynccasie     t   e ain
                                          s, bœ t* n             $
                                                                 '
 hing    d         e
t ...an 1 am sur I h    ave trust in ou D
                                       r epartœ of ch
                                               mnt   il-         j
                                                                 I
dren and Family services. ànd 1...1 believe that...tàat if
                                                                 I
they do this in-àouse the people vitl be protected and Ehe
cEilGren vill be giveu an opportanity. I ask for a favorable
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j                         a e 5 à 1 95
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    vote. sir.
    PXESIDIXG OXPICERI ( SEKATOE DE;UZTO)                            I
                                                                     1
                                      re
        #ellv further discussioa? ged still on debate: Senator
                                                                     I
    Smith. Senator Newhouse.                                         i
                                                                     I
    SZNATOE KE#HOBSE:
                                                                     I
       Thank youe 5r. President. Senator: thereês a eleuent to       I
                                                                     I
    this that is a little bit troablesome.     1...2 would t:ink     I
    th                                                               1
       t ot e pe h o l e a * d p ie ai es ol
      a œ s p o l u ov u; b t te ao tv bs n s v uo                   h
     a t o e o fd n il t n v ? b i e qs o h is
    wn sm c n ie ta i ya e e te rr n eà t t e fr t                   1
                                                                     :
    agency for adoption.      ànd in the instance of hard-to-place   I
    childreny the problea that I foresee is that fever people

     il e l ih g nl s n e h y n w àt hs n on to
    g l i a wk a e ce o c t e k o t a t i i fr a in                  1
     il e ae u lc o h t .s b t .l n? h              o #e
    v l b m d p b ù . S t a . . o t a o w k o w at y u r             I
     ri g o o t .i a e e fd fa ig n h o g ra
    t yn t d . I . .t *y b s l- ee t n i t e ln -u                   1
    i thak
     n          people wNo otherwise woalâ be inclined to adopt
                                                                     !
    hard-to-place càildren œight stop going to agencies for tàat
    Fery reason. Had yoq thought about that?
    PRESIDING OF#I     SE TOR DE
                  CERZ ( NA     XUZIOj
        Senator Suitb.
    SENATOR SHITH:

         ha o     i . o e a o eh s a h og
        Ta k yu, s r l S n t r <*oue T r uh                          t
     h .. no m to d : o gc y e r le d i ig t
    t e w l f r a i n à op i n A e c v a e a r a y g v n ou          1
    :e a e f * e s
    t n z so tep rons uho seek to adopt. Bqt tàe only                1
    thing that we are seeking to do# ve are tryiaq to help tàese
    g n i s o lc h s h lrn a y f h gn
    ae ce t pa e t ee ci de . X a o t e aq -                         I
     is
    ce u                                                             1
           .    n : a i n e h v ht hl ra N r a d o
               a d t e r t o al s o s t a c i d z v o a e h r t      1
    ad@pt a2e sometimes left secondary and tàey vill...the agen-
      es ll          el e rely tr g to àelp thes ag
    ci wi work. But w r ze       yin            e en-                l
      es o
    ci t Nelp them    es
                  selv to get these chil en adap
                                        dr      tede thatês          j
      1    e    ng o o
    al ge#r tryi t d .                                               I
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       SID G FICE
    PXE IN OF       SENA
                 E: ( TOE DXHOZIO)                                   i
                                                                     !
       Senator Nevhouse.
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    SENATOR #E@EOBSE:
       Senatorg kould-..gould you be willing to accept a? aleûd-
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*ent that vould...that would lake it voluntary on the part of
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 b e s q e ki g o d p o o a u k i t       hu
t e pr os se n t ao t k g o sc a l s ? I t kk                    )
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 b t ou ; kr n k e o r i l
ta w l s e gh n yq b l.                                          l
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    s na o s i s                                                 1
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    Kay 1...ve#ll take it oqk of the record riqbt nok.
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PEESIBIVG OTFI     SZN
              CERI ( ATO/ DY:nzIO)
         ight enat
    A1l r . S or smi s                e    he       o ke
                          t: eeks leav of t Body t ta            l
                 àe ecord. T it out of khe r
tbe bill oct of t r         ake               ecord. 195.        I
Senatar Geo-xaris.    On the order of Senate Bills 3rd Reading   I
                                                                 '
                                               '
                95
is seaate Bill 1 . Hr. secretary, read tNe bill.                 j
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SECRBTABY:                                                       !
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                Secr
                t eEary re       le f ll)
                          ads tit D bi                           h
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r e dn f h z z
ad ra sg o t eb z .                                              1
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PEE     G ICER: ( EB OR D ZIO)
   SIDI# OFF     S àT EdU                                        1
     eao e
    SntrGo-Karis.                                                1
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SEKàTOE GDO-KNRISZ
    Hc.                                                          I
      r sd n e a is d e lle f à . .h e ae
      Pe ie t L de an Gnte n o te .t e S n t.                    1
 ea e & 1 9 a e n e dd o r vd h t f e ir
S n t B 1 15 h s b e am n e t p o i e t a i a s n o              1
citizen of sixty-five years of age or over is liging wità
a...a relative as progided in the bilt and.w.for at least
nine zonthse that relative vho ovns t:ks..oproperty can
                                                                 I
 ba n ah m se; x zto o bt pf r à : e i r ii
o ti .. oe ka ee pin fr k a ..o ka sn o c k-                     1
e. ts od il upre h il eae il
za I l a go bl. Ispotdtebl:Snt Bl                                j
%87 vhich allowed people who spend fifty thousand or a hua-      j
                                                                 i
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   d
Gre th  ousa do
            nd llars on seni citiz s to be ta
                              or      en          ken care of    I
                                                                 I
by ca-op. units and this àelps khe people vho don,t àave iE.     I
And I qrge far.- - favorable consideratioa.                      1
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PRESIDISG OXEIC    SE TOR D
               EH: ( NR    EKBZIOJ                               r
                                                                 I
    hay Giscussion? Senator Eock.
                                                                 ;
SEïATOE ROCK:
    Thank youe :r. President. :bat is the fiscal izpact: if
                          ae 5      A . 95
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    the sponsor gill yield?
    PQCSIDIXG OFEI     SENA
                  CER: (   TOR DEH0zIOj
        Indicates sbe vill yield. senator Geo-Karis.
    SCNATOZ GEO-KZRIS:
        I donet believe the fiscalaa.kmpact would be too mucà
    bezausm there are not very zany...parents living vith their
    càildren nowadaysv as you knov. Senakor.
       SID G
    PRB IN OEFICERZ       SENAT D
                          (    OE B:uzIQ)
        Selator Rock.
    3::::0: ROCK:
        It #as my fault. I did aske yeah. Tàe Jifficulty I have
    i à h s s h s:
    g t t i i t i it seems to Ie...I understand t:e Koti-          1
    vatioa and it is certainly altruistic. The difficulty I have
     s           or  ansi f
    i it is a aaj exp on o an existing pco       d
                                          gram an onê
    that. frankly: could cost a lot of Qoaey. This bitle as I
    qnderstand it# says, ia effect, that if Ky zother-in-la? or
    ny zother reside gith my wife and children and I in our
    homee...do I get a àomestead exekption or does my zotàer-
    tn-law get it?
    P    DIN    CE  SENA
     DESI G OFFI E: (   TOB DE5EzI0)
        Senator Geo-Karis.
    SZgATOR GEO-KàRIS:
       You get it because your zother-in-lav lives with you an4

    h t i l el o       it e i .
    t a w l h p y u,a lt t b t                                     j
    PRYSID        C    SENA
          ING OPEI XR: ( TOR D::UZIO)
        e ao ok
       s n tr Rc .                                                 j
     z à o o sz
    s sv a nc                                                      1
        e                                                          $
          r h s f s h i e i h h i o h r i l we
         o t o è o q w o l v g t t e r m t e -n- a                 (
     : r ' o uà e p o a fe s o n ht
    t e e s a t m c h l y u c n o f r u . ï q k og v a I           1
     e n. . o t nv
    * a ? . I d a' k a .     I doalt knov *hy I got into this LR   1
    :he first plac      us
                  e. I j t thta     oq now. it..o s got some
                               koaay k           it'
                                                                   I
    serious fiscal raaificatkons and Ilm noE sure-..you knove
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    itês--.it's only.m.it's li<e that bill we had some years ago
    where it was almost like rent-a-grandza. ïoa coald take
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     .- e o o h k r n e n e pi n r e
    a . a s ni r t E e s o e a d g k a ex m t o o g t a             i
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     a v r f o r a e a n u t s . t s o u à, o '
    g i e o y u s l s t x a d. i ê - i ' t o z c I d n t            1
     n v h e. e o n h s y o h r i - a . a a . i e
    k o w y v r d i g t i . q m t e - n l v i f ct l v s            1
     ià e
    gt m ,                                                          1
                t m e t i ly o a i l d o e i r i i e
              bu I a c r a n a t e t t e t a s n o c t z n          1
     o e t a x / t o n y op r y h t w n aj y
    h z s e d e e p i n o m pr e t t a I o n a d e o .              1
    PRESID       ICB SEMà
          IXG OFF P: ( TOR DENUZIO)
         uter ic s in? e ao te e4 .
        Fr h d su so S R tr Eh rd e                                 j
     E AO TE R D E
    S NTZ E EB G :                                                  1
        Thank you: :r. President. tadies and Gentlemen of the
    Senate. I want to acknolledge at the outset that the spolsor
    has vorked bard to...to izprove this bill and certainly sàe
    Nas done so via the...via tàe aœendaente because the applica-
    bility is now limited to those people vho :ualify for the

     ic i ra e . a a . hs ut e n o ne u y à
    c ru t be k r Bt h sw.a j s be pi td o+ b te                    1
    prior speaker: tbis does represent an expansion of the senior
    ciEizen's hozestead exemption. That was introduced as a for/
    of property tax relief and nov ge are applying it in situa-
    tions vhere the senior citizen does notv in facte o#n prop-
    erty.

    REIIN E I E s NT E : nI
    P S D GO F CRZ (E ào ns zO)                                     i
        Further discussion? Senator Netsch.
    SZNâTO: NETSCM:
        Thank youy Hr. Presldent.     I   rise   only   somewhat
    retuctantly in opposition to senate Bill 195. àgain. no one
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     s u s in n h e li tn in d o ie f à t hs i l
    i qe to i gte v l- ne to e mt v o va t i b l                    j
     s b t n t ol e ie o e be o o hl o
    i a oa e a d i w u d b a c t b a l t d a w o e l t              1
                                                                    1
     f h n s o n ou a e a iles o e p h i l e l a e t
    a t i g ' e c r g f m i t k g t e re dr yp r ns                 j
     r r np r t r ht vr n h o e u k e a o e
    o g a d a en s o v a e e i t e h a . B k i s e s t a            l
    that ve cannot take every possiblz approach an; ue cahaot
    cover every possible contingency and this one is indeed al
     x a s o f h o/ s e d e p i n n n p n i n a o
    e p n i n o t e h e t a ex m t o a d a ex a s o i t a           1
       nd       ram     hat
    bra new prog area. T is aot a     e ucecu v :
                                 -o.th co      it                   1
                                                                    i
.
    tàe.u the homestead exemptiony once ve get egeryoae bekng
    treated eqaatly at least is that it iRpacts on local qoverl-
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œ             n'    ac     s. o         y asy, cb
 enks, it daes t imp t on u s it's a ver e       eap            I
vay for us to pass tax relief; and in addition it has no        i
 ol r. lp t l h uh n w h r ' e n n fo t o a
d l aa .i i va t og Ik o tee s be a e f r t p t                 1
                                                                i
one Neree vhich I...àhat much I applaud. Beyond tNat. tet le
                 2
say that..aand I# not trying to bq too bqreaucratic aboat
this but we did speu; a 1ot of time in the senate Revenue
Cotzittee ahd in t:e senior Citizen's subcomaittee af the
Senate Eevenae Comaittee to address the question of ghak *as
tbe most important thing to be done in the vay of further tax
relief for senior citizens in this General Assembly because
we cannot do everything that we are requested toa..to do by
œne member or another. àfter due conslderation. ve decided
tbaE the most izportant tàing was to expand tKe existing cir-
cuit breaker progra? soRevhate becaûse what's happened is
that it bas Groppe; off in recent years anG ve think tàat's
becaase inflation has takqn its toll on the incoae limits.
That was a bipartisan. unanimous decision of that comzittee.
That bill has nov been passed out by tàis...by this Genate

 n ' ue il as h os, a t ez o e h t e
a d I ms r vl ps t e Hu e a di se st Q ta w                     j
 u ht o o i e r e v s o à t i h y l o t n n
o g t c nf n ou s l e t t a h g l i p r a k a d                 1
responsible approach and not try to opea up a brand new
potentially costlg program.

 : SD N F IE Z S NT B E BI )
P E I I G O F C R (E â O D H Z O                                I
    fqrther discusskoh? Sgnakor Lemke.
SEXATOE IE:;E:

       o t n . . h r v o s p a q a h t er e à
    I d a' k ow . t e p e i u s e k c a d t e o h sp a -        (
 r e e, e a k b ut e p ng e i r i i e s e a s d
e s h r w t l ao h li s no c t zn . M ps e                      I
                                                                1
 e ae il 7 hc e e e ir tz s l e ht a         o
S n t B l % v i h h lpd s n o ci i en e tts t a c a             j
 l a o n i t a u dr d l s n o et n o e i e
                           o
P u k d v f f y t a h n e tlu a d t g i t a r t r -             1
 e t oe
Q n à k ; we   extend it ko circait breakec Nece. Kece ge're    I
 ak n b u e ir t zn h t .ta ql f o h
t l i g a o t s a o ci i e s t a . . h t q a i y f r t e        1
                                                                1
 i c k r a er h a e bo t . g o a b a b t w l e
c r u t b e k w o m k a u . . h a y e h ve a ou t e v           1
thoqsand Gollars coming into tàeir...or ten thousaad dollars
cozing into thqir...and there Kay be less tâan tàat coaing
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    in. ;nd.         r
            ..a1l vel e d        e
                         oinq àer is sole sizpte jûstice.
         in
    If... 2y neighborhood, Ky peopl tak tb
                                   q   e eir pac      n i
                                                eûts i j st
    like tàey're anything else because they think it's a sin to
    send them to an ol4 people's homee they take care ol them.
    ànd I think this program here is not expensige. I khink...l
    tàiak it's a good bill and I Ehink i: vill encourage ia-hoze
    carq.   âad uho can care for t:eir parents better tàan their
    own chkldren? I thiak it's a good bill and I think it's
    something khis state stands for and I ask for an àye vote.
    P      NG
     /;SIDI OFFICE   SSXà
                  A: ( TOP DE:gZIO)
        eurther discussion? Senator Schunezan.
    SENATOB SCHnNZHAN:
        Thank youe :r. President. Iê* going to vote agaiast this
    bill because probably seventy percent of the tax relief we
    would allow here is gokng to cone from our schools.    That:s
    ?ày I goted ag        e       at enat t àe j st ze
                  ainst th bill th s     or em  u     n-
    tioned that passed out of here earlier. That#s vhy I'R going
    to gate against most al1 other bills that vould increase cir-
    cuit bteak...ocv..not ckrcuùt breaker but hozestead eKemp-
    tions. ee have ta begin toxmoto realize tkat wàen Me Kere in
    this General àssembly grant tax relief. ve*re takiûg fhat
f
    money away froa soaebody and Rost of this Roney xill come
    from our school childrea.
    PRE     G    I      S TOR D ;Z
       SIDIN OEF CER: ( BK&      EK IO/
        à11 right. Flrtber discussion? Senator Macionald.
    SE:â%0E KACBOKAL::
       Tbank yoa. hr. President. I rise in strong suppart of
    this bitl. I t:ink that we have to start looking to t:e
    futqre and planaing for what the statistics skow as are
    kappening today. The fasfest growing segaent of tàe popu-
    lakion of this country is the senior citizen segaent of the
    popalatkon.   I think that this is coapassionate.     ïes, it
    Ray be expensive but it is not as expeasive as having to
    force people eitàer into nursing homes or having more expen-
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sive i     e
      a-hom care. Faailies theaselves can take care vhere
at all possible vhere itfs physically possible to take care
œf these people until thê very end vhen they cannot be taken
care of with home aursing care or ia some other vay. I actu-
ally loak at this bill as a saging and certainly not as a
boandoggle. I don.t see it as coming from the budgeks of the
schoal and I don't...I...I really don't knov how we can
equate ite this àind of an exemption: to that situation.   T
stand strongly in favor of this bill and I think ve'd better
start hhinking of *ke future and gbak we are going to do vith
that population vho are the fastest growing area of our
Segzent of a1l of the population.
   SID G
PAE IN OEFI      5    0R  Uz
           CER: ( E5àr DEH I0)
   eurther discussion? Senator Karpiel.



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SENATO: KARPIEL:
    @elly thank youg :r. President. I agree with the pre-
Fioqs speaker's comments andy in facte she made zany that I

 a o n o a . h n h s s o d i l e# e l a s
v sg i gE s y It ik t k i a g o b l. @ r a v y                    l
 r ig o id as o e p h e i i ies iù r n
E y n t f n v y t k e t e s a or c t z n e k e i                  I
their a#n hoRes or out of uursing homes because...and we have
a...a very costly co/munity service.ooprogram going on with
khe Departzent of àging. Re kry to keep these people out of
nqrsing hozes and there are a 1ot of older people who ?ay not
 e .a ul y l u u t o ' ae o f a e e r
b .-cta l i lb t js d at N v a l t o m n y ae                     1
living on social security, are having a har; time getting
around and can't afford thea..the cost of aa apart/qnt, they
kave no place ko go. tàere aren't enough senior qnits ia t:e
State. I think this is a good vay to keep families togetàer
and toy perhaps, provide an incentive to children to have
tàeir parents live vith thez: and I urge an àye vote.
                                                                  !
PRC     G ICE   SE TOR EAPZI
   SIDIN OFF R: ( NA D      O)                                    I
                                                                  I

    Fqrther discussion? Senator Geo-Karis 2ay close.
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                                                                  '
SE#ATOR GEO-KARIG:
     et r rsdn a ais a ekee f h
    Rteh.Peket ad Lde ad Gnlmn o te                               1
                                                                  :
                                                                  !
Sen         e                   d        t      s o
   ate, hal any of you foun oQt vha it cost t put a
parent in a nursing hoze? Fifteen bundred to tvo thousand         !
                                                                  .

Gollars a zontb.       %hy sàouldn't tNat parent have an oppor-
tanity to live with theàr chil; and at-.wat tbe sawe time         '
pzovide   a ziserable tvo thousan; dollar exeœption..xon
 à i. .h ae f h h l à ws h os ?           ùn
t er o te t xso te c id wo o n t eh ue I t ik                     1
we vill encourage zoce tove and zore understanding between
càildren and the grandpareat.    I think it's a necessary bill.
    e        el      eop   o
@eev got to h p the p le wN can' aff to ma
                                t   ord        n
                                          intai an                I
apartïent: vho can't afford to mainkain their own hones today
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                                                       s
wit: the..xthe tax structures tàat we have. I think it' a         I

 ey uae il n : n y .q pi s o n .xn xa -
vr h mn b l a d i so l .. pl e t o e .o e e ep                    1
 in t o s ' av.. o n oey t e p h e ir
to e i d e nt h e .f r a ya r i h ls te s no                      1
                                                                  1
citizen tremendouslg; and if we really feel that ve want Eo       l
hetp senior citizens. this is t:e way to do it. I urge a
favorable vote.                                                   1
   SID G  ICE SE TOR D
PZE I# OFF R: ( Nà    ENUZIO)
                                                                  !
   Question is. shall seuate Bil1 195 pass. Those in favor
gill Fote Aye. Those opposed will vote NaK. T:e Fotiag is
open. Have all voted vho wish?     Have all voted who gis:?
nave all voted who wish? Have a11 voted gho visà? Take the
record. On that questiony the àyes are 29: 1% voting Naye 8
Present.     senatq Bill    195 having failed to receive the
   uir
req ed cons     ion  aj ky .o eclar los
           titqt al z ori is .d    ed  t. Sponsor
requests postpaned consideratioa.     1:9, senator Nevhouse.
                                                    .
2GGe Senator xewbouse. 201, Senator sangaeister. 201 On
tàe Order of Senate Bills 3rd Reading is Senate Bill 201: Hr.
Secretarye read t*e bitl.
SECRETâAYZ
   Seaate Bilt 201.
                Se    ar mads ti e of bil
                ( cret y r      tl       l)
         ng
3rd readi of the bill.
                                                                  i
P:ESIDI#G OEFI     SE DE
              CEE: ( NAT DEKOZIO)
   Senator Sangmeister.
SZXATO: SAHGAEISTEEZ
                . esi en nd bers of tb S e.
   Tbank youe Hr Pr d : a aem         e eaaE                ès    l
many of you are prabably awaree because of the gang relatqd
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                 re
problems that gel Kaving in this State and, of course:            I
throqgbout this country, tàere vere a nqmber of groups pet
                                                                  i
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togekher: none t l
                he east of v ch v by Se
                            hi   as    nator Harovitz and         I
myself #ho have held hearings in an effort to put together a
                                                                  i
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gaRg crize package, for Want of a better terRinology. Senate      I
                    '
Bill 201 is Ehe start of that package.        I believe it runs   j
fro? 201 through 209. A number of tbose bills hage already
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go                                                                1
   e t n h g ed it oe h ls . h s n a
  n ou a t e à r e L s . X n t e e s t i o e v s                  I
 r g t a k o e da n n e h ef r         s n k wte
b oq h b c f r am n e t a d t er o ee i o t e. . h                l
Calendar today.     I woulde of.-.course: urge you all to sup-
port this as an entire package. This gas not put together         I
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gilly-nilly   but    after   considerinq   an   awful lot of      '
pe/ple...talking to tàe people out in tâe streetsg aad ve
think it is a fine package and one whicb vill attack t:e
problem in the State of Itlinois. senate Bill 2ûI is one
                                                                  1
thak deals in the area of unlavful qse of weapons. khat ve
have done is ve have amended that secEion by eskablishing a
nev section called Violatioas on School Property. The testi-
œony tàat we received indicated that œost of tNe probleas in
tàe gang area cota from.pafrom proble/s tâat arise on scbool
propertye and this bill is an atkempt to attack tàat from the
unlawful use of geapons prospectige. If you are faniliar
with that section of tNe Criminal Code, you vil1 find that

 h r r lv n e ko s n h e           n af l s f
t e e a e e e e s c i n i t er of u l w u a e o                   1
                   w                 0
weapons. Seckions l 2: 3. 4 @ 5: 8: 1 and l1 ?i11 now be a
      l
Class t felony; six and seven vill be Class 2 feloay and
Section 9 gill be a Class 3 felony where tàe violation occurs
                :
in connection vith scbool pro perty and : as àhe amendœent thak

 9 q a h i l t t , ib n n à ua d et f n
7 p t o t e b l s a es w t i o e t o s n f e o a y                j
school propertyy largely because we were conceraed about

 e pe on h a e h u c o s he te t o h c ol
po l di g te sm ti ga r s t s re frœt es ho                       j
 r p rt . ct l r e t s e i e s t i r v t
              o                               b
P a e y S l o p op r y i d f n d a a pll c, p i a e:              1
 ll na y r eo dr c o l
ee et r o sc na y sh o                                            1
                                 o œ n t ol e e o l g r
                              ec mu iy c lg ec le eo              1
 nv r iy hs s h t r f e is f i l , s
q ie st . T i i te sa t o a sr e o b l s a I                      1
 ni a e
i ë c t ig the first..awe want to ieal with people gho want       t
to sell or possess.-.veapons tàat are         illegal ander the
qnlavful qse of...unlawfal use of weapons section of the
Criaiqal code and apply it to school property or gitàih one
thousand feet of school property. Be happy to answer any
 œ stion If not/ will movq f a fav
qe      s.                  or    orable roll.                    1
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PQESIDENT:
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    a i cu s o ? e t r o f y
    A y d s s i n S aa o c f e .                                t
SENàTOR COFFZY:
    Thank you, Hr. President aad meabers af the Senate. à
gaestion of the sponsor.
PEESIDENT:
    Indicates helll yield: Senator Coffey.
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SEXATOR C0eFEï:                               .
                                                                i
                                                                '
                                                                I
    Thm tboûsan; feet gikbin the scbool, ks that githin tbe     i
boundaries    of   the   school?   Eow    about   a residence   I
tàatês..p     n
         vitài a thoosaud f t? Ay home i w
                           ee                 n ss
                                        s ithi le than          I
a thousaad foot of ao..of a school. Does that mean I can't
ovn a weapon?
PAdSIDENTZ
    Senator Sangaeister.
 B â0 A G ES E
5 :T P SN XI TX:                                                l
    That...noe it does not mean you cannot aga a veapon; how-
eFere if yaur hole *as within a thousand feet of a scàool and
you are doing an act vhicà is a violation ok the pnlavful 0se
of eeapons Act of the State of Illinois: thene yesg gou would
be covered.
PBESIDENT:

     ea o o fy
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                                                                I
 ov . ky h t n wr y us in Nn o .
n tao a , ta a se s m qe t o. Ta k yu                           1
PQESIDENT:
    uk
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         r i c s i n? u t e i cu s o      f oe h
        e d s u s o F r à r d s s i n? I n t t e                I
 u a i n s: h l e a e i l 01 a s h s n a o i l
q et o i sa lS u t 3 l 2 p s. T oe i fvr vl                     I
 o e y . h s po e il oe a . h o ig s pn
Ft à e T oe o psd w l v t H y Te v tn i oe .                    h
                                                                I
 a e 1 o e h i h? a e 1 o e h i à? a e l
H v al v t d # o w s H v a 1 v t d v o w s H v a 1              1
o e à i h? a e h e o d. n h t u s i n
gt d vo v s T k t e rc r O t a q et o e                 there   1
are 52 àyes, no Nays. nane voting Present. Senate Bill 291
                                                                i
Naving received tNe required constitutia       ori
                                        nal Qaj ty is           I
declared passed. 202. Senator Karovitz.      On the Order of
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                                                                t
                                                                I
Senate Bills 3rd :eadingy Senate Bill 202. Rqad tNe bill. :r.
Secretary.                                                      I
SECEETàEK:                                                      j
                                                                I
   senate Bill 202.
              se etar r
              ( cr   y eads title of bill)
 r e dn f h i l
3 dr a ig o t eb l.                                             1
A SD X Z
PE IE T                                                         t
    e a o a ov t .
    sn tr : r iz                                                j
SENATOE :àR0#ITZ:
   Thank youy very mucà, :r. Presiient and mezbers of the
Seaate. This is a.woanokher bill in Ehe gang crime package
vhicà tries Eo deal not only wità sanctions but with provid-
i    om     ram
 ng s e prog matic ass tan
                      is ce t ju
                             o  veniles g:o were
involved in substance abase or alcohol abuse, aad before
going on. T'd like to thank Senakor Aock for bis leadership
aad assistance in pqtting..-putting this program togetàer as
vell as Senator Sangzeister and the bipartisan help that ge
got from Senator Barkhausen: senator Kustra and Senator Geo-
Karisv as well as otbers.     This leqislation aïtempts to
reverse the cqrrent trend of drug-alcohol use and abqse by
    ol e uve   . nate Bill 2 imple
scho aq j niles Se          02             ta
                                  ments a s tevide
progra? of dcqg-alcohol educatkon ia a11 Itliaois schoolsg
public and private. It provides prograïs vhich will izprove
the competence of Illinois teachers to keach drug and alcohol
edqcation effectively and encoarages cooperation azong al1
ageacies and groups which :ave an interest in and some
responsibility for tke healtà and velfare of youth khcoughout
 :e
t State of Illin       e      ro des  at de ve-
                ois. Th bill p vi a st evi ju
 i e l oo a us ac b s dc t o o rvnto
a l a ch l ad s bt ne au e e ua in ad pe e i a                  (
program. It requires the Department of Alcohol and Substance
Abuse to assist in developing and supporting local prevention
                                                                I
pragrams through the use of regional groups. DAS; is to pro-
File programs to..ximpraFe competence of teachers in tàe
provision of alcohol and substance abuse edacationv and DASI
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Kust also provide technical and financial assistance to local
goxernments and coznunity organizations in eskablisNing local
alcohot aaG drug eGqcation and Prevention prograzs to keep
youth out of trouble and to get them off of drugs and sub-
stûnces..auhich they shoûldn't be on if and wben the situa-
tioa arises. I vould ask for a favorable roll call on Senate
Bil1 202.
PBESIBSKT:
    àny discassion? senator Kqstra.
SENàTOR KOSTRAZ
    Thank you, Hr. President and zembers of the Senate. I
rise in sqpport of senake Bill 202 and the rest of the pack-
age vhich has been introdqced by senators Harovitz and
Sangneister. Kany times what we do here in t:e Illinois Gen-
eral àssezbly cozplezents the work of other levels of govern-
ment. In this particular case: I'2 not so sure at the zoment
tàat ve're necessarily coaplementing the work of the Ciky of
Chicago but ve may be the only game in kown. because as soze
of yoa aay knowe there is a four..omillion dollar prograœ to
fight gang crime alive ia the Chicago City Council but it is
at the present tiœe stallede and as long as it remains
stalled, tbere really isn't wuch hope to deal witb this prob-
lem at the local level. Soe I would suggest that Senator
harovitz: program becomes egen œore impartant and I vould
qrge its favorable consideration Eoday.
PRESIDENT:
    àny further discusskon? Senator Barkhaasen.
SENATOD BARXHADSEMZ
    :r. President and aembersg speaking specifically and
briefly to tbe...to this bill. Senator Nacovitz and I and
others have beea involve; ia the...the wbote drûnk drkviûg
àssue vîth driving undec :he inflcence ofa.aof alcohol and
drugs. and as toagb as we are with people who cowlit that
kype of affensev I think it#s equally: probably more izpor-
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 a E o a e q e b t t b a e i e e a e ou d r -
t n t œk sr t a a te s m t m w h v s n po                      j
grams to pcevent individuals, particularly our youngsters in

 h s t t . r n e n e pt d y h nf u n e f l o o
ti s ae fo b ig tm e b te i le c s o a ch l                    I
and drqgs in the first place. That's the parpase of this
legislation and I rise in suppork of it.
PRESIDENT:
    Further discussion? Senator Scàaffer.
S:NATOR SC:AFFER:
    Franklye this looks to ze to be a very good package but

 # o eh t o f sd i nt e d n N n o qn h t
I m sa wa c nae . Dd ' I ra i te ik c ll ta                    1
these bills had already been passed? @hy are ve voting on
thez nov?
PRZSIDENT:
    Fqrther discassion?    àay further discassian? Senakor
Posharë. senatar 'arovitz may close.
SENATO: :àR0VITZ:
                                                               1
      oq d q t s o    ao a l o l al
    I v l js a k fra f vr be r l c l.                          j
 RS D N :
P EI ET                                                        i
   Question is, sàall Senate Bill 202 pass.   Those in favor   l
:ill vote Nye. Those opposed will vote ïay. 1he voting is

 p n a e l o e k i h av l o e h i h?
a e . H v a1 v t d w o g s ? H e a l v t d v o w s             t
 ae 1 oe h i h ae h eor. n àt us
H v a 1 v td v ow s ? T k te rc d O t a q e-                   1
 i n h r r 7 y s o a s, o e o i g r s n .
t o . te e ae 5 &e y n H y nn vta Pe e t                       1
                                                               I
 ea e i l 0 a ig e e vd h e i e os i ui nl
s n t B l 2 2 h v n r c i e t e r qu r d c n t t t o a         j
 aj ty
z ori is declared pass         e der of S
                      ed. On th ûr       eaake Bills
3rd :eading, Senate Bill 204. Read the bill. 5r. Secretary.
 E a Tà y
sc E n:                                                        l
    senate Bilk 204.
              sc e c e d t e f l )
              (e r ta y c a s ti l o bi l                      1
 r e dn f h i l
3 dr a ig o t eb l                                             l
                   .                                           1
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    Senator 'arovitz.
SZXATOR HAROVITZI                                              '
   Thank yoûe Hr. President and mezbers of the Senate.
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àao         he ang cr
   ther in t g       ime packa khi p
                              ge  ch rovide th juv
                                           s at   e-
niles fifteeuy sixteen years o1d vho sell har; drugs within
the safe scàool zone woald be transferred to adult coucty
prosecution as adultse and I would ask for your favorable
coll call on thks bill. If wetre going to get tough on criœe
and try and get rid of drugs in the scboolse this is soze-
thing ve need.
PRASIDENT:
     ARy discussion? Is there any discussian?    If notw the
questioa is, shall Senate Bill 20% pass. Tàose in favor will
gote Aye. Those opposed will vote Nay. Tàe voting is open.
Have all voted vho wisb? Have a1l voted vho wisà? Eave a1l
voted vho vish?       Take t:e record. On that questione there
are 58 àyesg Ro Nayse none voting Present. Senate B11l 204
ha       cei d
  ving re ve the re     d ons tu onal zajor
                   quire c ti ti           ity is
declared passed. Tap of page 8e oa the Order of Senate Bills
3rd Reading is Senate Bill 297. nead the billy Kr. Secretary.
SBCQETABI:
     SenaEe Bill 207.
                 secre
                 (                   e
                      tary reads titl of bill)
3rd reading af the bill.
PR:sInENT:
     Senator xarovitz.
SZNâTOR KAEOVITZ:
     'Naak yoq. veEy Iuch, KE. President an; members of the
GeRate.    à coqple of years ago we passed so/e toqgh laws
aboqt rectaitKentw.wgang recrqit/ent, bqt this bkll ks aimed
at t:e adult leaders of gangs *ho r     t u     es nto
                                   ecrui j venil i
gangs. The curren: statutory provisions wake it a class 3
felony to cozpel zembersbip in an organized gang. It doesnlt
Rake a distiqctioa betveen the age of the recruiter and tbe
    o? eing recrq d.
pers b           ite           s ktl does j t th
                            Thi b          ûs   at.        It
enhances khe potential penalty for adqlts vùo recruit ainocs
inta gaags making it a Class 1 felony for adults who khreatea
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a zinar gikb bodily harœ or coerce hi2 into a gang.
PRXSIDEXT:
    àny Giscussion? If not, the question ise shall Seuate
Bill   207 Pass. Those in favor will vote Aye. Those opposed
wikl vote Nay. TNe voting is opena Have a1l voted wào wish?
Have a11 Foted vko visN? Have al1 voted vho gish? Take the
recorâ.     On that question. there are 57 àyes. no Naysy none
votiag Present. Senate Bill 207 haviag received t:e required
cons      o       ori        ar
    tituti nal maj ty is decl ed p ed.
                                  ass             208.    n
                                                         O tàe
order of Seaate Bills 3rd Readinge senate Bill 208. Read the
bill. Kr. secretary.
SECEETàZfZ
    Senate Bikl 208.
                 Se etary r
                 ( cr             tl
                           eads ti e of ài11)
3rd reading of the bill.
PEESIDENTZ
    Senator Narovitz.
SEXATOP NAEOVITZ:
    ...   thank you, very much, :r. President and meabers of the
Genate. The cannabis portion of this legislation àas been
eliminated. This deals with the sale af drugs or firearas by
an a           uve           l rop           es e
    dult to a j nile on schoo p erty. It mak th sale
of fire            d
        arms or har dr       o     eni
                        ugs t a juv le vithin the school
zoae a Class Z felony, and I would ask for your... for your
favorable roll call.
PâESIDEXTI
    Any discussionë       àny discusskon? If not, the question
is, shall Senate Bill 208 pass. Those in favoc vill Fote
âye.      Those opposed gill voke Nay.      T:e voking is open.
Nave al1 Foted vho vish? Have al1 voted ?ho vish? Have all
vated vho gish?       Take tàe record. On that questiong there
are 58 âyese no Nays: none voting Present. Senate Bill 208
     g eceive t
havin r      d àe regaire co titu onal m ori
                         d  ns   ti     aj ty is
declared passed. 0n the Order of Senate Bills      3rd Readinge
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Seaate Bill 209. Read the bill, hr. Secretary.
SECRETàRïI
    senate Bill 209.
              (secretary reads kitle of bill)
3rd reading of kbe bill.
PEXSIDENT:
    Senator 'arovitz.
s:N1T0B NABOVITZI
    Thank youe very muche 5r. President and mezbezs of the
Seaate. This is tbe last in the gang crize package and:
again, in additional criziaal sanctionse this is the bill
vhich will pravide assistance to business and community
groups that provide alternatives for gangsg sucà as. voca-
 ion
t al pr     sy b aini    gra
       ograz jo tr ng pro msy coqnseli    ro
                                      ng p grazse
alcohol and substance abuse prognaws: atàletic and recrea-
tional prograœs. Ik provides.e.it...it allowso..aatàorizes a
one Nundred percent income tax deduction for    businesses   gào
make cont    tio     oj
         ribu n to pr ects vhi     e ppr
                              ch ar a oved by tàe
Statee and it...it authorizes the Departmea: of Co/zerce and
Cozœanity àffairs to make grants up to fifty thousand dollars
      per     ect r oj s         ch e   rove
per.ee proj fo pr ect vhi ar app d by D CA for    C
 he
t assist  ance of juvenkles i at
                             n hleti vo
                                    c, cati       ogr
                                           oaal pr amse
counselùng prograzs, subskance and alcohol abuse programs so
that not only are we getting toug: in terms of sanction. but
geere going to try and get at the crqx of the problem in...in
aiding and assisting businesses and lacal cozmunity organiza-
tioas that p    de ter tiv o out     uv   es om
            rovi al na es t y h and J eail fr
getting involved vith gaugs.
PEESIDENT:
    Any discussion? Senator Barkhausen.
SEXàTDE BADKHàBSEN:
    Hr. President and meubers: as senator Harovitz knovse T
Gi; express soae reservations about this part of the gang
criles package: primarily becaase it's œore than likely that
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                                                                   :
 k il l ae          i nf cn ic l z at s i ae
t e b l wi l h v a s g i i a t t s a i p c . E t m t s             1
                                                                   i
have..pàave variqd all over tbe aapw I tàink, bqt oae...one
                                  '                                k
                                                                   j
 i q e s e t i l o o l r . . . o t n v à t t'
f g r i tw n y m l i n d l a s 1 . 1 d nl k o t a i s              1
 on o e e y a y o : e a te t f o z re n o -
g ig t b vr e s f rt e D prm n o C z ec ad Cm                      1
zunity àffairs to deterzine what tbe criteria should be that
                                                                   1
 e e ln s hte o ln t gn y s i o o t iq
d t r ie weà ra c ku i yae c i ft fr cn rb -                       1
 i n f h i d nvisio:ed by khe bill and that vould
to s o te k a e                                                    1
 e u t n i n fi a t e u i n n . . r a o e t a
r s l l s g i c n d d ct o s a d a . a g e t p t n i l             i
erosion of t:e tax base. For that reason: I ask a11 of yoq

 o ae a e u ok t h il                   m o ue h t
t t k a c r f l l o a t e b l . II n t s r t a                     1
 ts oi s o t f u pt h n h t e e sr s e ut
i ' . . k' w r hy o s p / t t a t e o : r K a u e g l s            I
passed.
                                                                   l
PRESIDEXT:
    Fqrlhgr discussion? àny further digcussion? If not. tàe
question is. shall Senate Bill 209 pass. Those in favor *i1l
vote Aye. Those opposed will vote #ay. The voting is open.
Have a11 voted who visà? Rave a1l voted vho wisà? Have a11
voteG wào gish? eake the record. On that question, tàere
are %5 àyesv 11 Nays: 2 voting Presenk. Senate Bill 2D9 hav-
 ng eceiv t re
i r                ed  sti tion maj
         ed he gutr con tu     al              la
                                   ority is dec red
passed.   216. Senator Lechovicz.    On the Order of senate
Bills 3rd Reading 1he middle of page 8. is seaake Bill 216.    ,


Bqad khe billv :r. secretary.
SECRETAZY:
                       '                                           1
    Senake Bill 216.                                               '

              S c ea y e d il f il)
              (e rt r ra st te o b l                               1
r e da f h il
3d ra ig o te bl .                                             .
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     enat
    s or Lecbowicz.                                                1
                                                                   1
 E A O E O I Z:
S H T E L CH : C                                                   j
    Tbank you. hr. President and Ladies and Gentlezen of the
Senate.   Senate Btll 21 woqld provide fuuds for the oper-
                        6
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atkoR of a techaical training prograa where corporate span-
sored equipment is qsed. The board sàall adainister a pro-
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    gral for the donation of techaical and vocational equipment
    to cozmunity colleg            ay
                       es. The taxp ers and cor    ti
                                               pora ons are               I
         ed       ae      du on r
    graat an inco tax de cti fo eqai t dopmen nated ko com-               1
    aunity colleges.      I knov of no opposktion to tàe bill and I
    ask for your favorable sapport.
    P:EGIDEST:
        n i cu s o f o e h u s i n sv : l e a e
        à y d s s i n? I n t t e q e t o i s a l S n t                    1
           6
    Bill 21 pass. Those in favor vill vote àye. Those opposed
     il o e a . h o ig s p n ae 1 oe b ià
    w l F t N y T e vtn i o e . Hv a1 v td wo vs ?                        l
     ae l oe h kh a e 1 o e E i h ae h
    E v a 1v td wo us ? H v a 1 vt d wo w s ? T k t e                     1
    record.   On that questione there are 43 àyese 11 Mayse none
    votkhg Present. Senate Bill 216 having received the required      '
        ti ti       ori  s
    cons tu onal Iaj ty i dec    ; ss
                             lare pa ed. 220 was on the
    recall.   227. Senator Savickas.      senakor Savickas on the

     lo ' 3 . ea o o c. 3 e ao e c. n h
    P or 22 s nt rJ ye 25, S n kr g l h O t e                             1
    Order af Senate Bills 3rd Readinge bottoz of page 8. is

     e ae il 3. e d h i l r e r ay
    S nt Bl 25 R a t eb l .5. S cetr.                                     4
        Senate 3ill 235.
                  s
                  ( ecretary r         e
                              eads titl of bill)
    3r; reading of the bill.
    PAESIDENT:
        Senator @elch.

     E à O E CH
    SN TE QI :                                                            1
        a k oq r r s d n . b s i l s e y h r n
       lb n y , ; . P e i e t T i b l i v r s o t a d                     1
     i l.
    s zp e    Ik simply says it's an qnlavful practice for any            t
    person to proœote or advertise any business or product by             I
    meaas of offering free prizes to coasumers vithout specifying
'                                                                         I
    t:e fair Rarket value of the free prize. and the azeadaent
     n a ns n x mp i n o a i n . . o z r i l . b s
    co t i a e e t o f r r d o a d T f c z e c a s T i                    1
                                                                          1

     il s s    e u : f a y om l i t a q o h t o -
    b l i a a r sl o mn c p an s md t t eat r                             (
                                                                          I
    ney...àttorney General's Consq/er DiFision.-oconsuzer Fraqd           I
    Division in whic: products vere offered as freeg which it             i
    Earned out were not very Faluable, and I vould ask for sup-
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    port.                                                                   l
                                                                            i
    PEESIDENI:                                                              I
        à        ssio s ere any dis ssio
         ny discu n? I th          cu u? seaator                            1
     ca f r
    Sh f e.                                                                 I
    S:yàT&R SCHATFBR:
        It's my understanding that the Eetail Kerchants Associa-
                                                                            1
    kion     has    soze   problems witb the bill.      1...1 think
    they're...if I qnderstand their positione they don't have any
    objectioa to g     ou'    ed             k   y elt
                  hat y re aiz at: but I tàin the f
    yoqeFea..shall we say, spread the brush a little further
         s ea.ath sq ect than p
    acros th     e bj                      ou    ve
                               erhaps ve sh ld ha .                I
-                                                                       .
                                                                            1
    think tàeree obviouslye are soae fraudulent things going on.
    but have..ahas there been an amenduent pat on this bill that
    I'm qnaware of that restricts it down to ghat youere aizing
    at or are you still firing the shotgun in the general direc-
    tion of the evùldoers?
    PEESIDENTZ
        Senator kelch.
    SESATOR @ELCHZ
                t
        The..pacendment eliminated the bill as far as it applies
    to radio and televisiony the electronic media.       It applies
    oRly to print media which is more able to advertise direckly

     n h dv r i e e t b ai ar e ' u a
    o t e a e t s / n t e f r œ k t v l e.                                  j
    PAESIDZNT:
        Senator Schaffer.
              I FE:
    SENâTOE SCIAF. :
        @ell. I guess I 'd have to agree with youy those sneaky
    people    in   the   print media probably should be watched a lot
                       z
    œorq closely than tle honest p                        aedia.
                                  eople in the electronic I
    l
    iuh?           E nov: I th k the obj ction the retail m
             I don' k         in        e                  er-
     hn s a s tl a i l . n h h e re om rà
                         .
    c at hd i s il vl d iz. i tatter a s e p o-                             1
    lezs in vhat you#re talking about the...yoq kpow. coze spend
                  l
    a veekend at otr resort and we#11 give you a free Cadillac
                                                          z
    and it turns oqt to be a six-inch toy, but there are ar awful
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o f rt n o u u ie w hn s à t r o e x o
l t o pe ty i n c o s g v a ay t i g t a a e d n b y y u        1
n w o e n n nd e l v ou a f e t l z r r
k o . c z o i a v l lgi e y a b g o f r i i e o                 l
solethiag from a hardgare store anâ maybe it's only a pound
of fertilizer but what did you expect for nothing. I think.
 r n ly ou
f a k . y .x . you've skot: as I said,   the sùotgun in the     l
general direction of the egildoecs aR; yoq probabty àave hit
some fairly innocente decent folk in the process. I person-
alty vould prefer to watt until yau get a rifte and take
direct bead on the bad guys. Firing shotguas into crowds is
 ust
j dangerous.                                                    I
PaESIDENT:
    further discussion?     Auy further discussion? senator     I
                                                                ;
@el     ou sà
   chg y wi to close?                                           ;
S:xàT0: 9ELCg:
       nk          d u     y     a.
    Tha gou. I voul j st sa thata certainly any prob-
lezs that exist in the bill we could vork out in the Hoase

 n . eo d y b n h t h s as or c rb e hc
a d s cn l .I ti kt a t i de c re ta po l ?w ih                 I
                          s
exists and 1...1 think itê a very light burden to place on

 de t sr o eu c hm ut o a b t h a r ak t
a v r i e s t r q i e t e js t s y v a t e f i a r e            1
al e       r d c s, n o l s o . . a o a l
F q of a p o a t i a d I w u d a k f r a . a f v r b e          I
 oe
vt.                                                             1
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     u t o s h ll e a e i l 5 a s h s n a o
    Q es i n i y s a S n t B l 23 p s . T o e i f v r           1
                                                                1
 i l ot y h s p o e i1 o e a . àe o i g s
v l v e à e. T o e o p s d v 1 v t N y T v t n i                j
 pn a e 11 o e h i h a e 1 otd h ih
oe . nv a vt d v ov s ? Rv al v e wo ws ?                       1
nave   a11 voted *ho vish? Take the record. On that question:   1
 h e e 2 y se 4 a s o e o i g r s n . e a e i l
t er ar 3 â e 2 N y e n n v t n P e e t S a t B l               1
 3 a a c ke h e a rd o s iu kn l a o
2 5 h vi g re e v ; : e r g i e c n t t t o a m j               1
                                                  iy s
                                                  rt i          1
declare; passed.     236. Senator Nevhouse. Senatoro.ol beg
your pardone Senator schaffer.

 E à 0 CH F E :
s@T E S A F R                                                   j
    àt tNe risk of prolonging any proceedings, could ve have
a quick verification of tàe positive Fotes?
PBESIDXNT:
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         equ           er enat càaff :a requ ed
   That r est is in ord . s or s    er s    est                     j
    e i ia in       i l h e b s la e e n h r e t .
a v r f c t o . ë l t e m m er p e s b i t ei s a s                 i
 r e rt c la e e d h fr aie o l
: . s c e a y, p e s r a t e af i z k v r l .                       l
secaETàaxz                                                          1
                                                                    l
    b o l vn o e n h fi m tv : e œn ar l
   T e fl o ig vt d i te a fr ai e B ra .C ro l,                    1
Chew: Collins, Dlàrcae Darrowy Dawson, Degnany Dezuzioe nally
Bolmberg. Jones. Jeremiah Joycee Jerome Joycee Keatse Kellye
Kqstrae Lechovicz. temke, Luft. sarovitze Nedzae Netsche
o'naniel, Poshard: Sang/eister. Sa/ickas. Smithe Vadalabenee
kelche Zito. Hr. President.
R SD N :
PE IE T                                                             1
   Senator Scbaffer.                                                I
NXNATOR SCHàFFER:
   I guess in the intezest of bipartisanship, I should start
vith Senator Keats.                                                 ;
PR;SIDEHT:
    senator Keats on the Floor? Senator Keats on the Floor?
St                                                                  1
   ie i ae, r er t r.
  r k h sn ï 3 .Sc e a y                                            1
SENàTOR SCHAF/ER:
   .eel   see Senator Bedza in àis chair...senatot Slith.
PPESIDCNT:
   Senator smith on the eloor? Senator Smith on the Floor?
Selator Smitb is in the phone :00th. Senator Schaffer.          ,


SENATO: Scnàr#ER:

   e ao em n
  S n tr B ra .                                                     1
a sn s :
pel z œ                                                             1
   e a o em n s lo n h a e h n . ip rz h .
   Sn t rB ra i as i t es z p oe..e a te t                          1
SEHATOR SCHàFPXR:
    senator Dawson.
PPESIDENTI
    Senator Dauson is in bks seat. 1he roll àas been vêri-
fied. On Ehat question. there are 31 âyes, 24 Nayse none
Fotiag    Present.    Seaate Bilt 236 having receive; the
required...235...Senate Bill 235 having received the required
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       tuti   aj ty     clar
 consti onal m ori is de ed passed.                6.
                                                 23 Senator      ;
 Nevhouse. 23:: Senator Kustra. 0n the Order of Seaate Bills
 3rd neading. top of page 9. is senate Bilt 237. zead the
 bille Kr. Secretary.
 SECQETâBYZ
      Senate Bill 237.
                  se etary re
                  ( cr              le
                             ads tit of bill)
 3r; reading of tàe bill.
 PRESIDEKT:
      Senator Kustra.
 SEXATOP KOSTRA:

       h n o e r r sd n n e b r f k qa e h s
      T a k yu 5. Pe ie ta d la es o t e Snt . T i               j
   ll ew    f     en
 bi fl out o the S ate tw ye
                         o ars ag vit ha
                                 o   h rdly a Kay                I
                                                                 i
                                                                 !
 Vote.          s
             It' back again tiis year. onder current law, in-    I
                                                                 I
 person absentee balloting is allowed in municipal and towa-
                                                                 I
 ship halls during the odd nanbered years. This bill exkends     .
 that voter service to allow in-persan absentee balloting in
 village and township àalls in khe even nqmbere; years. Cqr-
 rent lav provides tàat a clerk can vaivqr ou: of tàis partic-
 ular practice, so no one is forced to do tàat. The Bureau of
 the Budget knows of no fiscal iapact to local goveraaeuts in
 tàis case since it really is a practice tNat already goes on
 anyway. I would ask for a favorable vote.
 P:ESIDENT:
      IS there any discussion? àny discussion?   If not: the
 question is: shall senate Bill 237 pass. Those in favor vill
                                                                 1
 vote àye. Those opposed vill vote Nay. The voting is open.
  a
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       l o e : ià a e l o e h i ? ae l
    e a 1 F t d w o v s ? a v a l g t d w o w sh H v a 1         1
 o e h ih? a e h e r. n h t usi a: h r
 Ft d ?o w s T k t e rcod O ta q eto te e                        1
  r 6 ys
 ae 5 àe                                                         1
           o a s oe o ig r sn . e ae il 3
         en Ny ,n n v tn Pe et Sn t Bl 27                        1
 N    g eceive th re
  aviu r        d   e    qqired c      tu nal maj ity is
                                  onsti tio      or
 declared passed. 242: Senator Naitland. On the Order of         I

 Senate Bills 3cd Reading: top of page 9. is senate Bili 2:2.
 Pead the bille 8r. secretary.
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                        Paqe 17R - :Af 21 1985




    SBCRETàEK:
        Senate Bill 2:2.
                  Se et y eads ti e of bi
                  ( cr ar r      tl      11)
    3r; reading of the bill.
    PRCSIDENT:
        Senator xaitland.
    SE<ATOR AZITLI#DZ
        Thank youg gery wuche :ra President and Ladies and
    Gentlelen of the Seaate. senate Bill 2%2 does exactly wàat
    the synopsis says. It reguires dowastate teachers to ini-
    tiate àearings on dismissal and.-oand rezoval for cause         1
    rather than school boards...initiating such.m.auch proce-
                                                                    !
    dures. It take away no beaefits Whatsoever and I would ask      '
    for yoqr sapport.                                               j
    PRESIDENT:
                                                                    I
        àng discqssion? Is there any discussionë   If not: the      I
                                                                    i
    gqeation is: 3hal1 Senate Bill 2%2 pass. Those in favor vill
    Fote àye. Tàose opposed will Fote Nay. The voking is open.      l
    %ave a11 voted wh@ wish? Have a1l voted who wish? Have a11      I

    votqd who vish? Take the record. On that questioa, there        I
                                                                    (
    are 56 Ayes. no Nays, none voting Present. Senate Bill 2R2
    having r      d
            eceive th r
                     e equir conski onal Q ri
                            ed     tuti   ajo ky is                 I
    declared passed. 2:9. 0n the Order of senate Bills 3rd
     e dn , e ae i l 4. e d h il r e r ta y
    P l ig s n t B l 2 9 E a te bl , : . s c e r .                  1
                                                                    l
    SZCXETàRY:
        Senate Bitl 249.
                  (Secretary re      tl f
                               ads ti e o bill)
    3rG reading of the bill.
     SSIE T
    P C D N:                                                        1
        Seaator Holmberg.
    SCNàTOE HOLABERGI
        Tkank youy..mdr. Presideat and Ladies and Geltleaen of      j
                                                                    l
    tàe Senate. Senate Bill 249 provides tbat the business
    investKent tax crediE be applied against tàe State Income Tax
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rather than the personal property replacemeat tax. As a mat-
ter of àistory, we reRetber that tbe corporate personal prop-    ,
                                                                 1
erty replacelent tax vas enacted to replace àhe personal
property tax as a Reaas of funding schools and local govern-
Rents.   Ia   1982, ve chose to do sozethiag very special for
business iR alloging an inlestaen: tax credit, sozstàing tkat
 hn ê tl ed t h t i e t pe rd h t h e
Itikv silne A ta tï i a pae ta te c-
                      .                                          l
                                                                 1
 l cm n a a n ra i g t i e hn h tt s e -
p a e e t t x v s i c e s h a a t m k e t e S a e' g n           1
 r t p ç g n e e e u e e sk a h t s o o g r r e
e a. . ee us gr i rc s o . Q a i n ln e t u .                    I
In fact, ve:re in a reverse situation right no? vitù the re- '
placement tax dropping each year rather drazatically and oar
ogn general revenues in tEe State with the recovery goiag up.
I khiak it is time to reverse tàat decision to be sure that

 u c ol il e à : d i in l v n yf v i l o ks
o rs h os v l gt ta a d t oa te t- ie pl in t i                  1
yeare an estikared forty-eight œillion dollars next year. I
khink it's a...a verye very, shall I sag. easy *ay to be sure
that education has some of    the needed zooies tàat -we.re
                                                                 !
talkinq abouk Ke    n
                re î :h se e S si this par
                       e  nat es on       ticalar                1
                                                                 I
                                                                 ;
 er
y a.
PRCSIDCNT
                                                                 j
                                                                 I
         :
    âny diacusaion? senator Fawell.
                                                                 I
Sf5âTO2 FA@ELLZ                                                  I
                                                                 .


    Thank you, very much. kk11 tàe sponsor yield for a gues-     I
                                                                 1
tion?                                                            I
                                                                 I
 :s D N:
Pd I :T                                                          1
     p no n ia e h vl i l . ea a a e l
    s o sr idc k ss el ye d s ut r Fg l.                         j
 z h o: à E .
s sT r @ L :L                                                    1
                                                                 1
     o d oq e l e - y u a h t h s a t e o a l -
    C ql y t l m . . o s y t a t i . . h l c l d s               1
triats are going to gain tventy-five million. Does kbis mean
 oe o s
s m b dy i                                                       I
              o n o o e w n y f v i l on
              gig t ls tet - ie Ml i ?                           1
 xc l nv :
p sn z                                                           !
     e a o om e g
    Sn tr H lb r.                                                1
                                                                 ;
SEMATOE HOLABERGI
   The...the State doqs. In other vords. ge're transferring
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funds fro? one to the other. The.a.the State loses tàe aoney
                                                                I
thaE voqld have gone inta general revenue and iûstead We're
Going wàat was intended under the 1a? is to give a11 of those

 e l c œ n a e o h ch o s r c .
r p a e e t t x s t t e s o l di t i t                          1
 a sn s
p B l s Tz                                                      1
    seaator Favell.                                             1
E &n AE L
sNT / F@ L :                                                    1
   s h s b v a e o d à t e r l o a ig or h
  I t i a oea d b yn va v ae a lc tn f t e                      l
achools?
pazsznzxT:
    senator nolmberg.
sEs:Toa HOLSBEaGZ                                               1
    Yqs.
                                                                1
    IIEHI:
PRES. I !
     e ao ae l
    S n tr F wl                                                 1
                    .                                           1
SBNATDR F&@ELt:
    Can 19 afford this? I meane tgenty-five million dollars     !
                                                                1
      en oud     ng         ion   rs t ea
an; tb y re talki forty mill dolta nex y r out                  I
     he      al     e nd       e t ond
of t Gener Bevenu Fu abov anl bey ghat vee  re                  I
                                                                !
giving to the schools aog?                                      1
PRSSIDENTJ
                                                                I

SENATOE HOLKBEXG:                                               !
                                                                i


     b..h vial aac hs er n N tt ud
    Te.keaalbeblneti ya i teSae fns                             1
is aayvhere from five Eo siz àundred and fifty zillion          '
 olr xr. hs s h er ha e a fo; t
dlaseta Ti i teya ve v cnafr i ànd                   .          1
                                                                j

 s o eebr hs s ut eprr. t os o 99
a yu r/mee ti i js tzoay Q ge t 19.                             1
                                                                1
the business tax credit and now is the time when we need the    1
aoney for the schools and foru .aad sole of it will go to
local gogernments as vell.
PRESIDXNT:
    eurther discussion? Senator Etheredge.                      I
SZHATO: ETHEHSDGeJ
    :il1 the sponsor yield?
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PRESIDEBTJ
        or
   Spons iadi         ll ield. Se
             cates shed y                 er
                                 nator Eth edge.                 1
                                                                 i
SEgâTOR ZTSEREDGEZ
    Seaator Holzbergg what vould be the.-athe impact of t:e
implemenkation of tbis proposal on partnerships and Subchap-
 e op rt o s        as h t s q q a s ob f hs
t rSc r o ai n ? I r ie ta is e bc ue bt o to e                  1
 ls i ia i n f a py r o a h e l c et a u
r as fc t os o t xa e sd py te rp aemu t x b t                   1
 h y o o a no e a.
t e d nt p yic z tx                                              1
PEESIDCNTZ
    Senator nolmberg. Senator Holmberg.
SEKATOE HOLMBERG:
    1...1:2 not sure they would be eligible and I...and I
don't have any particular inforzation on thak particular part
of tâe lav.
PRESIDCKT:
    Further discussion? Senator Etkeredge.
GENATOR ETHEEEDGE:

     b n b t b t s ..a a tr hc . ph c a rn s
   It ik ta t a i a . a te g ib wg kb ur at                      1
 ae o sd r to e a s ah..o h a te s is n i-
s m cn ie a in bc ue ec .b t pr nr hp ad Sb                      j
 h t r o prt o s o a h e ae et a u h y o
c ap e S c r o a i n d p y t e t plc z n t x b t t e d           1
not pay tàe inc/me tax. so. I think t:at there may be
some... there may be sooe net redqctioas although I think
that.e.that requires so/e...soze study. novever, I find that
                                                                 ;
1...1 must rise in.-.in opposition to this.-wto this legis-
lation regardless of vhat impact it may have on the partner-     I
                                                                 1
           e           ora
ships or tE Sub. S corp tions.          à ually. t
                                         ct       he fiscal      I
                                                                 I
i/pact   is not tvenky Eo twenty-five Rillion on an annualized

 a i . a . . oe i r s oe . rpe e t          i-o t
b s s Th t . th s f gq e c n . . e r s a a s x a n h             j
inpact because this legislation would be effective oa the 1st
f a ay n 96
o Jnqr i 18.             So what wedre talking about in futqre   1
fiscal years is a...a fiscal izpact on the orier of fifty
 i l o o a s h c re
m l i n d ll r g i h a          taken from the statees General   I
                                                                 I
Reveaqe Fund aRd.a.and taken out of State revenues ando..and
turaed over to revenues of thea..of local auits of..oof
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government. I...and I certaialy am iu syapathy gità vhat the
Senator is trying ko do. She's trying Lo find a vay to fulnel       I
                                                                    I
additional lonies to the schools. I suggest tbat ge do it iu        '
                                                                    I
some zore direct fashion and not doiag it by..-by robbing the       !
State b     e
       ecaus . . . those gêReral revenqe fundse as ke well kno/v    1
                                                                    j
tkerels...there's a..ea..oquite a bit of pressure on...on our
 tt ee u o n ter rg a s h c o l nl dd.
S ae r vn et fqd oh po r m ete s: o s ic u e                        1
Soe 1...1 suggest that this is...is not the vay to find addi-
tional fundin: for schools. I voqld qrge a xo vote.
 R SD N
P E I Z T:                                                          1
    Fqrther discussion? Senakor Netsch.
                                                                    1
SENATOR NZTSCB:
    . . . thank   youv Kr. President. I rise in sqpport of Seuate
Bill 249 an; I voald suggest to Senator Etheredge ïhat if a
robbery took placey ît kook place when ve first enacked khe
investment tax credit several years ago. ke very grandly
 n ce    n h s u pi n h t t o l e p o o o e
e a tdito tea s zt o ta i gu dh l t d s m-                          1
tâing far businesse althoagh admittedly we haâ no evidencq at
t:e tiaê tàa: that would be so; bu* to make sare that ik
esuld not have any iapact on State revenqes, we saide okay,
Youp local governaentse are going to hage to take the full
brunt oe any revenue loss that does occur because of the
iavestpent tax credit. If ve believe; in what we 4id when we
first passed t:e bill back several years agoe we should have
had the courage of our convictions and takea it oQt of the
stateês coffers Eo begin witk. It vas absolutely unfait ko
put tàe thrust of this onto local qovernments, aad nos: par-
ticularly #as it--.aot right to put that burdea on local
gogern//nts when they arey in facte losing ground from wàere
they yere ak the time that tho corporate personal propeDky
tax yas abolisâed. :: has been going mostly dovn.           It's
stablized a little b1t right nowe but tbis investment tax
                                                                    I
creiit cemes totally 5ut of t:eir tax base. àgainw it seems
to Ke tàat if ve believe EàaE an investaent tax credit is a
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goo; device for attracting busineas: a premise ghich I have
some doqbt aboRt, but if believe ity we ouqhte indeed, to
bave tNe courage of our convictious an; say that *e, the
State, will absorb w:atever revenue loss ensues.                     1
                                                                     i
eaEsIDENT:                                                           1
     u te
    F rN r     discusskon?     Aly further diacussion? Senator       1
                                                                     j
                                                                     1
Holpberg 2ay close.                                                  1
SE:ATOR HOLHBEEG:                                                    I
                                                                     I
    . - v briefly   in response to Senator Etkeredge's concern       I
                                                                     1
about     partnersbips       aRd   Subchapter    S   corporations.   '
tàesge..these businesses vould perhaps be the least likely to        !
 a e da t g f h n et et a r dt eee a k n
E k a vn a eo t e iv sn n k xc e i. k r tl ig                        1
                                                                     ,

absut aanufacturerse industrialists, rmtailers. Qhat we are          1
talàing aboute I think, is a very viable azaunt of kncome to
come back to our local governpents in...in...àbe primary
beneficiaries of tàat wkich vould be oar school districts. I
tàink that if a1l of you vho are members of the Sehate voul;
go back to yoar local aanicipalities aa4 your school dis-
tricts aad tell tkem tbat you did not vote for thisy that it
,as because of this vote that they wi1l be deprived of
teenty-five aillian dollars worth of incole this year and
peràaps forty-eight million dollars next year, that they
really never :a; any say into the decision a fev years ago
aad that now we can afford to be sure that they have t:is
addition inco
        al             k           n oa vot fo t
             aee I tbin yoQ vilk fi dw.    e  r his                  1
legislation. a very effgckive vote for both your local
 D PN P ' D 9 r CD 1 .
S V rQ DS ad y u S ;O s                                              1
                                                                     I
                                                                     I
PEESIDENTJ                                                           I
   Tàe question isw shall senate Bill 2%9 pass. Those kn             '
                                                                     i
favor vill voke àye. Those opposed will vote Xay. Tàe                l
Foting is opea. Have all voted gho wish? qave a11 voted who          I
                                                                     .
gisà? Have all voEed who vish? eake the record.          Ga that
question, there are 37 àyesw 22 Naysy none voting Preseat.
Senate 3il1 249 havîng received the required constitutional
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                                                                  I
                                                                  t
 a o i s e l e a s d 5 : e at r a p e n h
m j r ty i d c ar d p s e . 2 3 S n o K r i l. O t e              1
 re       e ae il r e d n : ea e i l 5. e d N
O d r of S u t B l s 3 d R a i g S n t B l 2 3 R a t e            1
 kl
bl.     sr. secnetary.                                            1
 z z a:
s ca Tà x                                                         1
    senate Bi11 253.                                              I
                                                                  I
                S
                ( ecret            tl
                       ary reads ti e of ài1l)                    I
 r4 adi  f e
; re ng a th bill.                                                I

PHSSIDZNTZ
                                                                  i
    senator Karpiel.
  NA
SE TOP KàRPICL:                                                   l
    Thank you, :r. Presideut. senate Bill 253 without tàe         !
amendments t:at were atkezpted to...put on gesterday is a         i
    ..e st   hni      .
very ju a tec cal bill It r     s bsole l aqe
                           elove o     te aagu                    I
                                                                  I
that proFided for special payments to scàool districts to
deal gith the cash flov probleas for tàe 1981-82 anJ    :83-.8%   I
                                                                  1
schaol years and this bill simply rezoves the obsolete lan-
 u g.
g ae                                                              1
PEESIDBNTI
     n i cu s o f o h q sto se h l e a e
    â y d s s i n? I n t, + e q e i q i s a l s n t               1
                                                                  1
Bill 253 pass. Tàose in favor *ill vote àye. Those opposed
vill vote Xay. The voting is open. Have all voted wha wish'
Bave a11 voted vho vish; Hage all Foted *ho visà? Take tàe
record. 0a that questione tâere are 55 Axese ho Naysy none
voting Present. senate Bi11 253 haging received tbe required
  hs tq al aj ty
co ti tion K ori is decla     ass   56.
                         red p ed. 2 Senator
getach.     On tàe Order of Senate       Bills   3rd   Readingy
 R t. .e a e i l 5 . ed b i l r er t r.
Se a e . s n t : l 2 8 B a t e b l , : . s c e a y                1
 C EA V
SE R T E Z                                                        1
    Senate Bill 253.

                S c e a y e d t e f 1 1)
                (e r t r r a s ti l o b 1                         1
 rd      ng he ill.
3 readi of t b                                                    I
                                                                  1
P    DEN
 EESI T:                                                          I
    Senator Netsch.
SENATOE NBTSCH:
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    'hank you: :r. President. Senate Bill 258 is the vork
product of the Senate Coolittee on nevenqe and Goes have tàe
ûnanimoûs support of t*e nembers of that committee. It is
@ur senior citizen tax relief :ill for t:e Session.   It is.
 e k n , : o t e pa i e o m n e de t o b i-
v t i k t e a s r s o s bt f r . a aa n l n t t e c r           1
cuit brqaker 1av khat increases the maximuw incone eligi-
bility limit frol the cqrrent twelve thousand dollars to
fourteen thoqsaud dollars and reduces the-x.the basic gcant
subtractton factor fro/ the current five percent to four and
a half percent of incowe earned. @àat àkis means is kàat        !
hr il e
teevl bw first of a1l: aiGitional      senior citizens at       l
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that lower incone level #ho vill be eligible. It wil1 also      I
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   ov oue us enk n he rant to be p d to those wh
all s adj tm i t g                ai            o               1
 r led n à ykz oh f hs e hn r ey
ae aray o tesse. Bt o toev tikaevr
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 mportant. If you look at the fkgures froœ recent yearse tZe
namber of grants paid under the circuit breaker lag has been
derreasing as has the aeoqnt of annual.a.nok appropriation,
 t xe
ba e p uditure.   ke think that reflects in part nat only tbe   l
concern that Seuator nollberg had about zarried couples who
throqgh their social security reached t:e maxinum limit but
even those w:o aay be single. elderly persons because of
increased grants due to tàeir retireaent or oàhez soclal
security. In other wordsy we've been loosing people from the
prograz aad ge did not really intend for that to happen. 0ne
point I voeld like to Dake very clear is kàat the waximuK
cost of tàis proposal if there vere one àundred percent
participatioh is l1.3 million dollars. The actual cost vill
be less than that because ve neFec àave a hundred percent
a tc p to .
pri i ai n                                                      1
               h t s e l i hn : n ut bt s pr -
              T a i *1 w t i te a on ta i a po                  I
 rae n o o s u e q n h oe n rs r ps d
p i t d i . - r i b dg t d i t e G v r o ' p a o e              1
 u g t. e a l o e n t i l o o l r .
b d e H h s a l w d hi e y I l i n d l a s ke have beeR         1
?ay qnder that for recent years.     ëe vill stay within the    1
appropriated awoqnt if this bill is enacted. On that basisg
I vould aolicit your support for Senaàe 1i1l 258.
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    p s oE e
        Any discussion? senator Ethecedge.
    SEMATOR ETRERZDGE:
        ïese thank youg hr. Presi4ent aad Ladies and Geatleuen of
    :he Senate.     I'm...I'2 very pleased to be able to rtse in
    support of a...a piece of tegislatiou.       I lhink Senator
                                                         he
    Netsch has said it very well. This is the result of t vork
    of the...both sides of the aisle, those vho are members of
    the Senake Revenqe Coœmitteey and I would ucge an àye vote.
    PRESIDEXTZ
        Question ise shall Sehate Bill 25B pass. Those in favor
    1i1l Fo'e àye. Those opposed wil1 vote xay. The votihg is
    open.                                               o
              Have al1 voked #ho visk? Have a11 voted vh vish?
    Have a11 voted vho vish? Take tàe record. OD tâat questiony
    there are 58 kyesy no Kays. none Foting Present. senate 5111
      8     g
    25 havin rec    d
                eive the required constitutional wajority is
    declared passed.     On the Order of senate Bills 3rd Readiage
    the ziddle of page 9. is Senate Bill 260. Eead the bille :r.
    Secretary.
    SZCBETAPKZ
        Senate Bill 260.
                   Secr
                   (   etary reads ti     f ll)
                                     tle o bi
    3r; reading of the bill.
    PEESIDZNT:
        Senator Holmberg.
    SBNAIOE BOL:BEEGI
        Thank you. :r. President and Ladies and Genklemen of the
    Senate.    senate Bill 26D aœends the Illinois Kunicipal Fund
    ârticle of the Pension Code to provide that t:e interest on
    repaid separation benefits shall be calcalated at the effec-
    tive rate for each year frop the date of separation to the
    date of payaeut.       âs the 1av reads right novz tbe current
    rate of iaterest must be paid for eac: of those years since
    separation. and as rou knovy the inkerest rates ar9 very àigà
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rigbt now. The IKRF is no* ia support of this bill. I know
of no opposition. It is a fair bill in that a11 of the
ihkeresk accuMalated will be paid bqt tNat we will not be
dezaudiRg excessive payment fro? someone who...wha vants to
pay back tàeùr separatioû benefits. I ask for a favorablç
roll call.
PRSSInZNT:
    àay discussioa' Is there auy discussion?     If not. t:e
question ise sâall Senate Bill 26û paas. Those in favor witl
vote zye. Those opposed vill vote Nay. The voting is open.
Rage all voted *ào vish? Have al1 voted who wish?    Have a1l
Foted vào wish?       Take the record. 0n that qoestian, there
are 59 àyes, no Nayse none votiag Present. Semate Bill 260
     g eceiv
Naviu r     ed the r     ed     tuti
                    equir coasti oaal aajority is
declered passed. 0n the Order of Jenate sills 3rd neadinge
Senate Bill 26:. nead the bille :r. Secretary.
SECRETAEY:
    Senate Bill 26:.
                 Secr       ds tle of bil
                 ( etary rea ti          l)
3rd reading of tàe bill.
PZESI9ENT:
    Senator Leoke.
SENAQOR LEHKE:
    Qhat this bill doeso..amends the Public âid Code and it
altovs for the voluatary assignRent of income for housiug.
:e put an amendoent on tàere whicb timits the assignuent ta
t#o hun4red and fifty dollars and also a ltzit that the
person Nas to be..-in default on his rent to have a volqntary
assignaent vhicb is requested by aany of the coœaunity aet-
tleaent groaps. This bill vil1 not only assisk public ai;
rqcipieaks in finding boqsinge it will also...help people
that rent apartments to pablic aid to aake sqre they get
tNeir moaey fraR those people tbat don't œeet their obli-
gations.     I think it's    a   good   bill.    I   ask   for
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1   its.,. favorable consideratioa.

(    R S DE T
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        àny discussion' Senator Fagell.
    Si#&T0: PA@ELL:
            à
        Than you: very au      d ust Iik to 1 i be k
                         cà. I' J       e    et t   aown I
    gok a...; letter from Sister Julia of...onê of your constitu-
    encye fraw Kerrloc Housq ?ho vas telling me tbat she :as been
    regat         me                ed llars j
         red to co up with six hundr do       ust fithin the
    tast tgo weeks to pay for a recipient's rent        who. franklyg
    just cou    t     e eir og mo . 1 thi th i a..
            ldae haadl kh     n ney      nk is s  .a
    good bill. I thiak in the long-run...alkhough it may cost qs
    a little bit money up-fronte it...it sbould save us money in
    the long-run because ge wonêt have to pay these exorbitant
    rant if ve can get tkis sooewhat on line: and I would sqggest
    you vote for khe bill ; qspecially you: Senator nock.
    PRESIDEXT:
        . . a further   discussion? Seuator Schaffer.
    SEMATOR SCRAFFERZ
        I#m no: sure.       I...#hen did tbis become a volqntary
    thing?    I t:ought we...this is something the landlords could
    reqaire. It's purely voluntary?
    P:BSIDENT:
        Senator Leœke.
    SENATOE t,HKE:
        Bnder the..-the Federal Governaent says that t*e 1an;-
    lorâs can't requkrq it...then ve'd be out of compliance wità
    the Pederal Governmente but according to case 1av and ge
    t:e..ethe volqntary assignzent, it can do. so: thakls what
    veere doing.
    P:ESIDEN':
        Senator Scàaffer.
    SEXATSR scazeea/z
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       kelly if I were...ino.oin okàer words. it's volantaryg I
    say ta the public aid recipient: unless you sign this formv I
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    ain'k going ko rent the apartmenk to you: that's golœntary.
    ând if t*e chicago Eousiag àathority sayse ve aren'à going to
    lat anybody into t:e housing authority unless they volqntary
                         s
    sign this forae that' voluntary. Right;
    PEASID:HT:
        senator Lemke.
        TO
    SENâ : LEKKE:                                                     .       i
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         ne às il
        Jdrti bly if Ehex say tkat and they're zandatoring                    1
    it4 tàen they...theyAre guilty of a Class B misdeaeanor. So.
    I don't think many landlords are goinq to require it.
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     hyr on o o ll ih h eteet oss
    Te:e gig t g aog wt te stlmn hoey
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      as.oot f :s lczns re re.pol àt
     cue.ms o tee paeet ae tu..epeta
       ce em re d àer s
    pla tà the an t eê alg s sow
                          ay    ebody ar nd that
                                        ou
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      ke be re
    ma s t    ntal agceeuea . so I :on . think la
                           t            t             ds
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     o n o a d tr e ur t
    g ig t z n ao y rq ie i I thiak it's a good
                                  .                     bill.    I            1
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     h n ts . v bu d ae t
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    PEZSIDCNT:
        Senator Schaffer.                                                     I
    SEMATDR SCHâ#eEn:
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        Vetl, I notice tàat the azenduent has a provision in
                     l
    there that saysy 'Lizits the bill to pablic aid recipients
      o
    wh vit     he rec ng vo ears f
          hin t p edi t y              o ake tize re
                                  aik t a        ly nt                        i
    payzents.l That doesn't sound too volantary to ae.          ïou           !
    knol: I#/..@T#m...vhy...wày do ve àave that provision in
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        e           olu ry
    ther if it's a v nta thing?                                               k
    PZESIDEHTI
        Senator Lelke.
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    SENATOR LEKKE:                                                            1
        T:is is a request by the settlement houses.   They.ootheg
                                                                .
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    liked that languagee so ve put that in to accomwodate them.
     RSD T
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       Further discussion? Senator Collins.                                   I
    SENATOR COLtIXSZ
       ïes. thank yoa. A question of the sponsor and...ag ques-
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tion is to get an ansver to the last question Senator
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Scàaffer asked. senatore you sail this is voluntary. bqt hov        '
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does th9 language Hfailure to bave paid tbeir rentl have any-       !
    g    o t:    g   unta
thin to d vi bein vol ry?                                       '   !
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PRESIDEKTZ                                                          '
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    Senator Leïke.
SE#à:OE LEKKE:                                                      I
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    That Reans it can only be a volu          gnme
                                    ntary assi nt ta those          1
peaple that.o.thakm.wit liaits to that class of pmople that         I
        is               ag eir p ze
have a h tory of not Kaki tb     ay nts. 5o. it's volun-            I
tary as to then. If they do not voluntary vant to sign itF          '
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fi         s ha
  ne. lhat' w t th se
                  e tttewe h
                          nt ouses vantede '    e àey
                                            caus t                  I
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say tàere's many people that do it automatically and meet
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tàeir obligations.
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PPXSIDCNT:                                                          l

    Seqator Collins.
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SENàTOR COLtINSz                                                    I
     es
    f , wel1,...ve1l. Senatoc Lemke. 1...1...1 thiqk I have         I
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some idea of what youere trying to do; hogevere I don't think
         he           .      k at             p oi
this is t *ay to do it I thin và you 2ay end q d ng                 1
is penalkzing a 1ot of people. There are...there are several        !
probleus witb khis bill ahd the absence of a clear-cat state        !
policy as it relates to Building Code Fiolations. i tàtnk it        E
is very unfair to naadate that public aid reclpieats...pay
                                                                    l
 àei           ...  ay
t r rent in any anyv to a lan     .       er o
                             dlord In answ t sena-
                                                                    I
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tor bavgll's guestions tàat some people have problezs Kan-
                                                                    I
aging their moaey on AFDC. I can assure yoq tbat if you vere
                                                                    1
on AFDC, you vould have problezs managing yours too because
you donêt really ùave any to manage.    I do recogaize that
   e eopl ar
so/ p    e  ea.-are carel                     er an
                         ess an; œake out bett th                   I
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 t e s n h t' r e. u s        i h . w t l e k n se
o h r a d t a s t u I g e sy w t . . i h a l s g e t                1
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even if you worka.awhether or not yoa work or not. I don't          !
thiak that we.n we can honestly mandate that two hundred...or
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    soleoue's flat grant allovance and leaviûg no Koneg at
       ...   o   cr on r at ers
    al1 or n dis eti fo th p on t ju e..o ggl ako try to
    Rake ends meet fr                 .   s st
                     o? month to moath Itf ju not en ougà
    aohey to do that. Is it most certainly unfair to the kids
    and I think we should.aethis is Rot adgisable that we do at
    this tiae.    tor that reason: T'll ask tàat ve don't vote
    favorable for 269.
    PEESIDZNT:
        Further discussion? Senator Philip.
    SCNATO: PHILIP:
       Thank yaae Hr. President and Ladies ahd Gentlemen of...of
    the Senake.      If you wauld read the aaalysis of the bille it
    silply states there's liktle benefit to eitàer party. Tàe
    cost to tàe state is one million dollars per one perceat of
    recipients *ho elect this assignzent. Kow the Department of
    Pqblic àid is not for ita The Governor's Office is not for
    it. He vgtoed tâiz saae bille I thinky in 1981 an; I voald
    sqggest that he ought to veto kt again if ik passes.
    PEZSIDENT:
        Eurther discusskon?      àny further discussioB? Senator
    Leuke may ctose.
    SENATOR LEKKE:
       The bill that the Gogernor vetoed prior to the.-.the Fed-
    eral regqlations did not allov for voluntary assigament.
    #ov, tàey doe fraz..-fra? oar iaterpretati/a of the âct. Tàis
    is a good a bill and the admiaistcakive costsy senator
    Phtlipy is very little because the Departmeat af Public àid,
    at this timey paysp-mattorneys to represent public aid recip-
    ients to fight eviction praceedingsw vhic: is a 1ot zore than
    a nillion dollars. I will guarantee you that this is going
    to save the State money an; also provide Zard pressed housing
    for theae people on public aid that 1et landlords do this. I
    think it's a good bill and I ask for i:s adoption.
    PRESIDENT:
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             u ti n s. à l e a e i l 6 a . h s n a o
            Q es o i s a l S n k B l 2 9 p ss T o e i f v r           1
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         i     o g y . h s p os d i l o e a . h o i g s
        g ll v t à e T o e o p e w l v t N y T e v t n i              1
         p n a e 1 o e k i h? a e l o e : i h
        o e. HF al v td *o ws Eg a 1 v td u o w s ?                   I
         a l o e à i h ak à ec r a
        d ve a l v t d v o v s ? T e t e r o d On that gaestione      1
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            e     3 es: 2% xay none v
        ther are 3 ày         s,     otin Pr
                                         g esent. senate Bill         I
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         6 a ig ee vd h eu r o si ai n l ao i y s
        2 9 h v n r c i e t e r q i ed c n t t t o a n j r t i        1
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        declared passed.                                              l
                            7 . e a o u e n h d r f en t
                           2 0 S n t r Le k . O t e Qr e o S a e      1
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        Bills 3rd Beadinge Senate Bill 270.      Eead tàe àill: dr.   I
        Secretary.
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        X        CR RV: ( R. PE
         CTING SE ETà       K  RNANDES)
            Senate Bi1l 270.                                          I

                         S c e a y e d i l f i l)
                         (e r t r r a s z t e o b l                   j
        3rd reading of tàe bill.
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        PE IE T                                                       1
            Sehator Lelke.
        SZXàTO: LEKKZ:
            Tàis is identical to a bill that caze out of Jur..-our
        committee last year in regards to improving child suppork.
        Qe held it for a while ta check. àt tbe present tizey the
        FeGeral Governzent...and wbat it does is very simple.   2t
        reqqires taxpayers to certify that tàey progide aore tàan
         i t e c n f h i a c a u p r f ep n e t o h œ
        ff yp re t o tq f nn i ls po t o d e dn s fr vo               1
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        x zt o s r l ie . h s r ae           e tf ct o r e s
        e e p i n a e c a o d T i c e t s a c r i i a i n p oc s      1
        to reet and enforce people that take deductions that really
        Gon't support Eheir dependents. I think itês a good bill. I
        ask for its adoption.
         R SD N :
        P E IET                                                       1
            Any discussion? senator Etheredge.
        sENàTo: ETHEAEDGE:                                            1
            @il; à:e sponsor yield?
        PEBSIDEST:
            sponsor indicates he:ll yield. senator Etheredge.
        SEXATO: ETHEREDGE:
            fese Sgnatar Lezkee I Fould appreciate it if you would

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    give œe a lkttle fqrtber qxplanatkon as to tàe nee; for tbis         $
    legislatiou.       It appears to me on the sarface a step tovard     k
       fa               n           ld
    can sion and chaos i that we cou a .. eas fi ou sel
                                             ily nd r ves                I
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    in a situation vhere ve vould be claiœing one nueber of              !
    dependents on tNe Federal Incoze Tax retqrn and aaotàer              l
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    nuqber of depenoents on the State Income Tax return: and             i
    I:m...I'm vondering vhat the necessity for...for this.aotbis         l
                                                                         ;
    confqsion is.
     RRSI
    P DS#T:                                                              1
        senator Lemke.                                                   I
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    SENàTOE LEAKE:
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        1. . .1 believe rigàt nov yoq certify on your 'ederal tax        I
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    kâat yoa support..ayoa pay fifty percent or uore of tùe sup-
     o t f ee d n hk ou e c . :s oqd a t i p y
    p r o a d pn et ta y d dœt Ti v l js s a l                           1
    pat...t:e t         y
               eetb. Rhe changed the lav. kt. ju
                                             s      ec ly
                                                st r ent                 I
    been changed. So: you bave to.a.yoq have to certify tàat you
    pay lore than fifky percent of t:e supporf. fes.
    PRZSIDENT:
        Senator Etheredge.
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     D âO T E E G
    S N T E Z : R D S:                                                   j
        The...what this seems to do.a.ve would find ourselFes in
    a sitaationy pêrbaps. vhere we woulë be clai*inq more depend-
    ents on the State Income Tax retqrn than on the red-
                                                          ty
    erat...returng for t:e reason that theo..œore tàan fif per-
    ceat of fihan       pp    s u    ne    e    er
                 cial su ort i j st o of tb crit ia on
    the...on tNe eederal tax in order ta claiu a dependent. Just
    to list soze of the okher criteria: the taxpayer zust also
    leet a gross incomeo..test. be a lember of the houseàold
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     r , p h e . h s o e . h s o i e i hi b o s h l
    o . . r t er . . a t b . . a t l v v t n t e h u e o d               1
    or there must be a relationsbip proveng there's a citizenship
    test   and     a      oin
                         j t     etur
                                r n      test.      ëhat   tàls   does   '
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    iso . w effectively as far as the State is coucernedy at any         I
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    ratey remove a11 of these other tests so that ge could have a
    greater nuzber of dependenks claime; an the State ceturu than
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on the Federal return. I don#t see the necesaity for this.
   hn b
I t i k t at   it causes unnecessary confusion. tet's continue   l
ko keep our Skate retqrns simple and let's not deviatee as
this legislation vould propose. from khe...fron the Federal
tax on vhic: we base our...oqr state Incone Tax return.     I
gould urqe a No vote.
PEESIDENT:
    Fqrther discœssioh? Senator BerMia.
SENATOE BEE:à@:                                                  I
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       el   ntl  aa        e
    T r ucta y st d to agre vit Sen o Zk redg .
                               à   at r àe   e            One    I
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area that Aasn': been addressed that isu -too comlon these
Gays is agreezents between divorced pareats as to ho* theydre
 o n o an l h e u t o s n a o e a ek r s o
g ig t h d e te dd ci n o ic m t x r un f r a                    1
nqaber of the càildren: and it appears that this bill would
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 e n n lc ih hs eota e gree t hc r
b i cof it wt to e n g i td a e mn s g ià ae                     l
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 eo n zd n h ee a a a i. o e qt n l tn
rc g ie o te ed r lt xb s s 5 vI rl ca t ysa d                   1
 n p os t on l o.
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   Eurther discuasion?     kay fqrther discussion?    Senator
Lemke 1ay close.
SENATO: LEXKE:
    Tbis bill does not change the existiag law as it.o.this
only adds to the thing that you certify yoq pay fifty per-
cent.   This is what the Eederal Governzeat does nov. You
cettify that you contribute fifty percenk of that suppork.
Evea though you have a âkvorce agreementw you still got to
certify it and if youwx.if youoa.youlre certifying support of
cbtldrene that means it's a better enforcement kactic to..eto
enforce the collectioh of income taK and also theu .tàe.-otàe
enforcewent of child support in tàis State. I thiak this is
     d ill. This do not cba
a goo b            es             re          s u
                           nge car nt lave kùi j st adds
to it. It calls for a certificatioq an4 I ëon't tbink tbat's     i
too zuch to ask for. In other vords, you svear to tbe fact
that you support these kkds. Too many people on their income
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 a a e h rdt êas hy ae ioc gemu u
tItk tecei bcuete hv advreareetbt
they don't egeh contribute to those kids. That's wày we got a
support division in Cook County to go out and cotlect this
zoney    from     t:ose      àusbands   that   certifyx..in...oa
theirw..thêyo..they deduct on their inco/e tax...khese kids
bqt they never sapport the? and this bilt does that. This
bill says they certify: so we have some teeth after the fact
to go after these guys and collect that aoney. Vote oa the
regards to income tax and vote as to child support. I think
ites a goo; bill.         It adds to existinq requirezents and I
don't tàink it conflicta with Federal lav.
PEdSIDENTZ
    Qqestion is, shall Senate Bill 2;0 paas. Those in favor
will vote àye. Those opposed will vote Nay. The voting is
opea. Have a11 voted Who vish?       Have a1l voted /:o vish?
RaFe al1 voted vào vish? Hage al1 goted #ào visà? Take tàe
record. Oa tbat question: there are 25 àyesv 30 Xayse none
Foting Present. Senate Bill 273 hagiag failed to receive the
   ai      sti    al  ori          eâ   . 74:
req ted con tutkon maj ty is ieclar lost 2
Senatar DeAngelis. 275. On the Order of senate Bllls 3rd
Readinge Senate Bill 275. nead tâe billg :r. Secretary.
SECRETABE:
    Senate Bill 275.
                se ta
                ( cre ry r      itl
                          eads t e of b1ll)
3rd reading of the bill.
PRESIDENT:
    Senator Deàagelis.
SENâTOR DezNGEtlS:
    Thank you: xr. Presideat...l thought I would fild this
bill on the àgreed Bill List but apparently it is not.     vhat
Senate Bill 275 does is very simple. It permits the resi-
deats of Cook Coaaty to be able to file a complaint on their
taxes in the saze Ianner that the residents of al1 hundred
and one ot:er coqnEies do, and that is on the median level of
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assesszents. I've had this bill for three years. The first      I
year it didn't get out of revenae. The second year I vas
                                                                1
asked ko bold it because the assessor was going ta talk to ze
abaut this bill; t:e assessor has not. Iu fact, he set up a
comlittee to study property taxes, Kr. aider #as head of tàat
commitkee. I talked to :r. Hider and I vas told Ehat I loald
be allowed to participate; I was n@t allowed to participate.
0n this Floor last veekg I heard oRe of tàe distinguished
members of tàe Dewacratic partya..câty oî Càicago talk about
all the industries khat vere leaving his district.     I was
teapted. ak that pointe ko ask hi2 if he asked khez why,
becaqse I can tell yoq that I have done that with my district
 n a el o he
a dI c nt l y u wy     because they are fed up with tàe         1
assesszent process in Cook County. Bqt let's not talk aboqt     !
 q ie s
b sn s 'Caqse this is not a pro-business bill.   Lek's talk     1
                                                                1
                                     l
about tàe people who really get the slort end of tNe stick.
 f ol a p n o e s e s d t i t e e c nt f a k t n
I yt hp e t b a ss e a sx eh p re o a re i                      1
                                                                I
Cook County: you have tùe distinct pleasure of paying a 1.9
Raltiplier, vhen by the adaission of thq assessorls office:
resàdeqtial property is assessed at eLeven percent: but you
 a : o pa n ea s o r o t a kt                  o t ng
c n t c m l i b c u e y u a e n t a z r e . I d n' k o          1
*:y the assessor is against this. I gould think probably

 e aq ê e' o n o e s e o o o e h n h : e a n t
b c s h s gi gt b ak d E d s ak i gt a h h s '                  1
done ih tàe pasty but t:en, yoq knoxe those of us w:o serve
in government knog tbat if we were to give our constituents
tEe response that we donlt vant to do something because we
       '

h                                                               j
  vn' o t e oe, e o l o e on ee o o g
 ae t dne i b f r v vu; nt b d w à r to l n.                    1
But I really t:ink that there's a far qreater reason because
the sales ratio studies aree in facty the assessor's report
card. and I tàink thereia lies tàe concern of *he assesaor's
 f ie n h o n y f o k uc u t f ok hr e ie
o fc . I teC u t o C o . on y o Co te er s ds                   1
h ags eortc ouain n h tt f lios
te lret Dmcai pplto i tesaeo Ilhi;                              1
                                                                I
in t:e County of Cook resides the largesf Republican popu-
lation in the State of Illinois, and in the County of Cook
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there lies the largest azoqnt of properky taxpayers in the
entire State of Illknois: aod ko not afford thez the sale
                                                                     1
 p o t n t r r t r n . l n v, oz f o r / o n t k
o p r u i y oE b e b e . . k o s e o y u f o d g s a e               I
 a u n r qd n a , el . ts o e lx y rb e .
cn t r a o n ad s y v l i . nt ra l m po l œ                         1
 el
R l : I vant to tell yokv the economy of Cook County is gour         1
problem, because khe less ve end up paying: the Iore you're
 o a o a o e l c l e e au e h e d o h o t
g i g t p y s z p a e e s b c s t e n e f r t e c s of               l
                                                                     I
 o ea et s t l h r a at hn . ê ie o
g v r / a i s i l t e e. O e l s t i g Id l k t                      j
 e i d o e f y e l v e o a s . l' o r e m f x
r œ n s œ o a f l o D u cr t o . m s r y so e o m                    I
fellow senators #ào are De/acrats...velle T was one for foqr-
                                                                     I
fiftàs Df my lifee Senator ziEow senator Leœkee Senator
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  l y e a o a s n o n ve e o o f m l in n
 e l , S l t r D w o . y q k o w d a 1 t o co p a i g                1
 e e b u h t t i o ml . ie fe i e e a k
h r a o k teS a eà dF r ua T m a tr tm w t l                         1
 o e e h re
h w w g t s o t d. @e11, I vant to tell you. one of the              i
main reasons yoœ#re gettiug shorted is because of tàe assess-
e t r c ie n o k o n y     re n y oe ê e
mn p a tc si C o C u t . I ug a <e vt . Id b                         1
                                                                     I
NRPPY k0 dnsver âny Roestilns.
PXESIDING OFF                                                        i
                  CR SNTB àIK5
                  IE: (EAO S#Câ)                                     1
    Is th     ny  cqss
         ere a dis ion? Senata Joy
                              r   ce.                                I
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GEHATO: JEnEdlàH JOYCE:                                              I
                                                                     i
                                                                     :
    Senator DeAngelise if this legislation...this proposed
                                                                     I
 e i l t o e a e a o l t e@ n oa p no o e
l g s a i n b c z l w, w u d i b i y r o i i ne z r or               1
         ly at e
less like th th mul     er or ok unty voal g qp?
                   tipli f Co Co          d o                        I
 asnN ezEz svTn àzxs
pEllGorca (Eào svcà)                                                 1
    Senator Deàngelis.

 e ào ê x dl z
s Nl R Dà GL s                                                       j
    9e11. it would bave Lo iœpact on tbe zultiplier otker
 h n he a : t t o l h v h t h e e f s e s
t a t f ct t a i v q d s o t a t e l v l o a s s -                   !
 et n oe ae o is r a o o . n f h s e sr
mn s i s m c tg re ae fr to lw a d i te as so                        1
 h s.
c o e . a chose   to change Eàat: the aulkiplier would come downe    1
but ik'll be his report card. it#ll shou. If be Goesnêt want
 o o R t ig b u t
t d a y hn ao ti e             that's his privilege. I can' zake
                                                           t         1
him assess properly.
PR:SIDTNG DFFICER:      (SENàTOB Sà71CKàS)
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         enat
        S or Joyce.                                                     I
    SENATOP JERESI&: JOYCE:                                             l
        #ould you go târoqgh that lask part again for me?
     /C    G
    P SIDI' OFE      SE DR
               ICCHJ ( NAT SAVICKàS)
        Senator DeAngelis.
    SE:âT0R JEEEKIàH JOYCE:
        lhe.e-àhe last three senkgnces.
     E AO e X EI :
    S XT E DA G LS                                                      1
                                                     ,                  1
           a d a t a e h ses o s e s r p r . ù
        I s i I c n' t k t e a s s r a s s p o e ly T e                 j
    *ultiplier is, in fact: an indicatkon of the errors in
    asse     t
        sslen at a given Jq     cti
                           risdi on.
    PRESIDING OF#I     sE:à O: sà#I
                  CEn: (   T       CKà5)
        Genator Joyee.
    SENATOR JERE:Ià: JOïCE:
        Gh.   kell. let /e...1et me..ovàile appearing to be
    rhetorical, really pose a question for you. It is my under-         I
                                                                        !
    ska        at
       aiing th tNe legisl on tha y
                          ati           e ropo
                                 t ou ar p sing vould                   I
                                                                        i
    perait a...an aggrieved or lllegedly aggrieged taxpayer ka          I
    subait as conclesiFe evideace data vhicà we call the assess-
                                                                        I
    menk sales ratio stndiese wàich the Illiaois sapreme Court
    has recently said are not reliabley for the purpose of
                                                                        I
    obtaining a reduction in àis assessment. Is kàat correct?
                                                                        I


    PEESIDING 0##ICC:: ( AT SâV                                         I
                         SEN OR ICKAS)
        Senator Deàngelis.                                              I
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    SENàTOR DeàNGELIS:                                                  I
                                                                        :
                                                                   '    (
                  s t rec cau        ài      re
        ketle it i no cor t be se I t nk you: reading                   j
                                                                        !
    tbat Supreze Court decision incorrectly. Rhat it says is ve          I
                                                                       -
                                                                       ( I
    caa't do it?
       SID G   CE  SE OR VICKAS)
    PRE IX OEFI R: ( NàT Sà
         ea o o c.
        Sn tr Jye                                                       1
    S:NATOR JEREKIâ; JOYCE:                                             I
       ...*e1l, 1et we exclude tàe...pareathetical and take tàat
    @ut...ny references to tàe Supreme Court decisiou. Mith thak
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oute voqld wàat 1...voulda..vould tbe stateaent tàat I zade
or the qaestian that T askede #ould you agree vith that?
PRE        TFI   SEN QR AVI
   SIDING O CEH; ( AT S CKLS)
    Senater Deàngelis.
SEXATOE DeANGELIS:
    Rou got Dy attention       with that U.S. Gteel case. xow:
coul; you restake your rhetorical gqeskion?
PRBSIDING OFFI     SEN O:
              CEB: ( AT SAVICKàS)
    Senator Joyce.
S;Nà'0n JEREKIA: JGYCE:
    kelle vhak I aa-..wbat ly œnderstanding is, is that this
legislation vould provide a person seeking to have his tax
assessment lovered .ou1d...gould provide hiw vit: conclusive
evidencee the assessment sales ratio study, for tNe pqrpose
of going to a reviqwing bodye in tàis case ààe board, and
haviRg his taxes lovered. Is that right.a.àaviag...haviag
àis assessed valuation reduced. Is tàat correct?
   SID   #F     S AT
PRe ING O ICEn: ( EN OR sà7ICKà5)
    Senator Deângelis.
SE#ATOX DeàNGELI5:
    Correct.
PRESIDIKG OYFICEDZ    (5E:àT0R Sà#ICKàS)
    Senator Joyce.
SENAIO: JEREKIAX JOYCE:
    Nov. my unders     ng    at he   pli
                  tandi is th t lulti er reflects an
underassesszent.     Is that correck?
   SID G   CC  SEN TDR Sà
PRE IE OFFI R: ( à       VICKAS)
    Seaator DeAagelis.
SEXATOR DeANGELIS:
    Qell, in Cook Coqntr it reflects a liEtle bit aore kàan
that, bQt by and largee yes.
 RC IN
P SID G OEPï     SE TD: sA
            CBBZ ( NA     #ICKAs)
   senator Joyce.
SENATOE JERE:IAR JOVCEZ
                     Page 196   KàY 21: 1935




   So tàat if a person were ko go in aud be able ta say to
a...a board of appeals: discount...4iscount al1 otber factors
*h; conclqsively set by evaluatton on the basis of the State
sales ratio skadies ûnd had his tax.o.his valaation reduced,
zy understaadinq is tàat the multiplier vould have to go up
*nd if I am aisuuderstandiag thisy vould you poiat out to me
where.
PRESIDING OFFI     sE# OR
              CED: ( âT SAVZCKAS)
    Senator geAngelis.
SEXATOB DeàNGELIS:
    9el1e if thea..if the assessor were blatantly assesstag
people at higher than the nedian lqvele the answer ise yes;
bat if you were assessing properly. kbe ansger is. ao# it
voqld coze down. àRd I might.o.let le point out sooething
else too. If khere vere Rot sufficient eaough sales ratio
studiese you might have a point: but you know, senator JoTce,
I tried to put au a/endment on tàat would do thate and yoa
rezind pe of a neighbor I ha4 in Dallasy Texas who :ot 2ad
'cause...

PRES    G
    IDIN OFPI     SEXA
             CEX: ( TDR sA7ICKà5)
    Senakor-..selatar: we have some more questions on Senakor
Joyce's time. Senator Joyce.
SXNATOB JERE:IAH JOKCEZ
    Qellv Senator DeAngelis, I#? back to...I#m backaa.your
neighbor in gallas aside, I#* back to the question of wàether
or not this legislation...because if it doesn:t...l peane if
this leglslation isn't needede if everythihg is.e.if every
taxpayer...if every taxpayer is payinge because I don't
believe the kaxpayers are going to go in and saye yoR have
underassessed ue, I should be pai; more. If every taxpayer
gho goes in with this...data and is able to obtain relief
based on thisw..in zany instaaces faulty data, it seems to me
that thew..that Ehe...the wultiplier will have to go qp@ and
I don't see hov you get around that.
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PRESIDING OFFICER: ( SENàTOE SAVICKâS)
    Senator Deàngelis.
SERàTO: DBANGELIS:
    @e11: it...it vill go ap if the assessor doesn't look at
his report card.       If he doesnlt vant to ipprove his gradey
    re ight. But 1 m Jus tell y
you' r            et e  :      ou w       e  ea
                                   here th gr ter
problem is...
PRESIDING O#FI     SENà
              CERI ( TOX SAVICKAS)
    Senator Joyce.
SESATO: DBâNGELIS:
    If IêM...if I'm assessed at...
PPESIDIKG OEEI     SENà
              CER: (   TOE SAVICKAS)
    He asked a question. foq answered it and no* he seeks to
ask anotàer question. Senator Joyce.
SESATOE JBZEHIàH JOYCE:
    This...thisewethis-..this Gata that we're talking about,
senator Deàngelis, at tNe kime that it vould be in the..oat
the time that it woqld be kn front of whoever was going to
lake tbat dqcisione the board of.awof appeals. okay? :ow old
vould this data be?
PRESIDING OFFI     SENà   A#I âs)
              CER: ( TOR S CK
    Senator Deàmgelis.
SENATOR ReA#GELISC
    @elle if...if yoadre going to rely on tbe Department of
aegeaoes, it vould probably be akout two years oldy but the
assessor has :àe opportunity to do tkat Niœself if he woqld
like.
PRESIDING OEFICER:    (SENATOR SA%ICKAS)
    Senator Joyce.
SXNàTO: JEEZKIàH JOYCE:
    eell. yoq.o.you are...you are...youere legislation pro-
viGes that the board of appeals wi1t...wi11 look at this
data.   Rhat I'R...ghat I am...I coald suggest a number of
bypotheticals.   Let Re     give   yoa     one   for   instance.
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    if...if...ve1L. Seaator Delûgelis. 1...1...1 tNihk I...Iê7e     )
    lost yoqr atteation. 1...1...
     A:    G    CE  SES OR àVI
    P SIDIN OFFI E: ( AT S CKAS)                                    I
         e# e t n . .
        n sg t ig .                                                 1
                                                                    I
    SCNàTOE JERXHIâB J0fCE:
                                                                    1
        ...1 *as tr#ing to learn sometâing about this legis-        '
                                                                    !
    lationa                                                         I
    PRESIDING OTEICER: (SZSN      VIC S)
                            TOE SN KN                               1
        Senator Deàngelis: do you have.u give your attention to
    Senator Joyce.
    SEMATOR JEBEKIAH JOYCEZ
                                                                    1
        1t's...so it is ay œnderstaading that by your own Depart-
                                                                    !
    œeat of Revenqe or ghatever notes you re folloving oFer tàere   I
                                                                    !
    that the decision would be based on information tàat #as at
    least two anda..from vhat I understand it, possibly three
    years old; it w            d
                   oald be base on iaf      o ha
                                      ormati n t t is. by           1
                                                                    1
    our...that the Illinois Supreme Court refused to accept in a    '
     o t i n f c n a e; n , n a y h e l en f ci r f
    n s s g i i a t c s a d i f ct t e r a b e i a y o              1
.    h s e i l ti n o l        e ag op rto n ok
    t i l g s a o w u ; be a f w l r e c r o a i ns i C o           1
                                                                    1
       nty hat ould con l ded t be Wi al1 kia of lav
    Coa t w            e oa    o ar th       ds     -               1
    yers and a1l kinds of high-priced other support staffy
                                                                    $
     n oc o a o e ne t o o o h a l n hs h n s
    e f re lc lg v rm ns t g t te v l o t ee ti g e                 j
     a     o f o e n a b o s b y s m b w .o s b y
    p y a l t o œ n y a d m y e p s i l o o ay e . p s i l          1
     o c ho h - . h o n y f o k o e t e u . o#
    f re te . . t e . t e C u t o C o k s t l o t S I               l
                                                                    1
     o t e w o r e p n h o e v er              ote o
    d al s e ho y ude h l i g t e h z o n . I d ne s e h #          1
     o 'e e p n h ll a p e n.
    y uz h l i gt e sa l txayr a d . .aad in.a.in Cook              1
    Coqaty...and in Cook County, if you arë saying people...tàe
        or ns
    corp atio aren . leaving because of the kax situation, that     I
                                                                    i
           n: he ase ou no
    just is t t c . Y k vy w ve don such a g
                                  e#      e         reat j i
                                                          ob a      t
                                                                    I
    thfs State ofa..of shifting the corparate tax burden to the     !
                                                                    1
    i     du    ou        t
     ndivi ale y knowe tha is just sq a..
                                     ch       aa roae s
                                         .a... er    ou             I
    statelent and I ask that this legislation be defeated.          I
    PEESIDIBG OF#ICER: ( SEKàTOR SAVICKAS)
        Is khere further discussion? Senator Philip.
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SEKATOR PaItIP:
    Thank youy ;r. PresidBnt and Ladies and Gentlezen of tàe
Senate. Yaq knov: 1...1 can..-can't understand in zy Fildest
Greams vày the people of Cook County shouldh't have the same
system as a hqndred and one counties dovnstate.        Just to
refresh   your aeaory...and it's a siaple syste/e quite
fraakly. If you disagree with yoqr asaessnent, you go to
yoqr local assessor.     If yau get no relief from your local
assessor. Foq file a complaint vith the board of review and
simply ga to the board of review. ïou donet need a lavyer.
You don't need an appraiser. ïou don:t heed a âandler.     Nog
it vorks dovnstate: quite franklye and obviously in Cook
Coanty yoa need a la/yer. roa knov: tkat's a little gold
mine for lavyers in Cook Countye but I doa:t think it àelps
the sgsten or helps tbe people. IE you'd look vho supports
this: you would noteoo.notice the Taxpayers eederaàien. khe
Civic #ederatione tàe Illinois Association of Dealtors, they
allegedly are...are uubiased, noapartisan authorities an
taxation. %hy don't you, for a càange, stand up and do
what's right and put yoer wàite hat on and Fote âye.
PRE     G
   SIDIN OFFICEP:    SE TOR Sà
                     ( AA     VICKàS)
    Further discassion? Senator Rock.
SZMATOR ROCK:
    Tàank you, dr. President and Ladies and Gentlemen of tàe
Sen         ng st   d ena
   ate. Bavi jq hear S tor Philipl ex rtati
                                  s  ho    on to
vote Aye, I rise in opposition to Senate Bill 235. Let me
   t gges to y vhat i say and if you rea w
jus su   t    ou     t   sv             d hat it
says. itls going to make a lot of dtfference. It says that
t:e review of a1l complaints shall be based upon tàe most
recent mediaa legel of assesswents as deterained bg analysis
af assessien: to sales rakios for thê township and class of
  ope .
pr rty          et
           xov 1 ne jo su
                      st gges tv thing
                             t o      s. ke beat tbe
amendment with.-.ghic: called specifically for the qse of the
Department of Revenue assessment to sales ratios studies
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 e a s u v l ios qr a or a a d h yr
b c ue or o n I ln k Sp e e C uk hs si t e fe                   I
 Ets ia l o a i ; o ' s t lae et i l e
s a it c l ya tv ld dn t ?e i e p e s. C ra n y                 1
d                                                               I
  n# s t c u l e x n e e u k o g s o 1
o t u e i ex l s v l a d l t z j s s g e t t a 1 of             i
 o E h t e t r ; n n ot i h t f n a k
                    n               a
Y a f oK k e o b r hz d e a d o e c lt es t a i e i f c e       1
        l       l                  )
this is (one. yot Can be sqre of tw( khings ; onee tàat the     '
                                                                I
ouly be nefici      e ing t be thos maj cor ora enti-
              ary ar go      o       e  or    p te              I
                                                                ;
                               ik    e d      n att
ttes that can hire a lav fir/ t e min an we ca w z in           I
                                                                I
Ehere and zake a hgck of a presentation based on assessment
                                                                l
to sales ratio studiesy and vào's going to saffer?       The
                                                                !
hozeowner becaase the homeovner is goihg to vind up a higher    I
Rultiplier. vhat's it going to mean to *he ot:er hundced anG    !
one counties?   1:11 tell you yNat it's going to meane it's     i
goiag to aean counkywide khat we vikl have a lover assessed     '
                                                                !
Falaation countywidee and you knog vhat that does to the
                                                                I
School àid Formœla? That takes maney fron t:e collar coua-
                                                                I
ties and downstate and shifts it right inio the County of
                                                                1
Cook. Be my gqest. I urge a No vote.
   SID
PZE ING OFFI     SE TO: SàV AS)
            CEB: ( NA      TCK
    s h r u t e i c s i n?      o
   I t e e f r h r d s u s o If n te        senator Deàngelis   1
2ay close.
                                                                1
                        :ND OF EEEL
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REEL :6



SENAIOR DeâHGELIS:
    ïeah: Senator Rocke T'm really disappointed that yoa
woulG not like Eo see sone of that scbool moaey coming to
Cook County. Let ze address the issue that he brougàt up
œr.w.regarding the SapreRe Court decision. I woald like Eo
read to you one paragraph of tbat decisiong because you know
whate wefre blaming the bathroon scale for being overweiqht
on this sucker.      /TNA treasqrer shovede hovever, tbat tàe
studies iasofar as the Caok County property is concerned do
aot:   do    note    do    not.   meet        the   standards    of
the...lnternational       Association    of    àssessing Officers.
Besides lacking randomnessy representativeness and sufficient
editinge tàe coefficienhs of dispersionlo..wàich is the vari-
                                  '
ances in vhich they assess thingsel are +oo high            for t*e
median assessment level to have statistical significance
                                  '
relative to the standard of proof.' Bov, to ?se sometâing as
a piece of evidence Ea iefeak a bill vhich shovs that there
ts œ p     l n
      roble i Cook Countye I th         s qst g
                               knk that' j     oing a
little too far. I knov where t:e opposition is coziag from
an this and I'm extreaely disappointed. And I really think
that wàen we get dovn to taxakion: We o:ght to have, if aoth-
ing etse, some semblance of equity.       Let ae show you the
    s
inju tice.   I have a letter in ay offi     hic
                                       cee w h I s    d
                                                  howe a
couple of people heree in vhich a taxpayecg a residential
taxpayere was tolde you doa't àave a cozplaint. yoqr property
is at fourteen percentg you sbould be at sixteen even though
ve assess at Evelvee vritten by Hr. Quinn.          Okay?   Admitted
that it's at twelve. Now the reason the âedian level is at
tkelve. 'cause there's soze People khat are eight. Nogy ùov
vould you like to be the person that's at fourteen and you
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                              .
pay..oplay the multiplier of 1 9: Is that equity?        And by
the vaye Senator Joycev it's not going to help business,
because the...the assessor's office has sàovn that business
is taxed closer to the median level Ehan residentiale and the
people that are getting hurt are tNe howeovners. I urge an
âye vote on this bill.
PRAS    G EICER: ( A R SAVI
    IDIN OF          SEN TO      CKàS)
    Question isg shall Senate Bill 275 pass. Those in favor
gill vote âye. Those opposed vote Nay. The voting is open.
Have a11 voted ?ho vish? Have a1l voted Who wish? Have all
Foted vNo vish? Take the record. On tàat question, the àyes
                                t
are 29. tNe Nays are 26, 2 votilg Preseht. Seuate Bill 275
    ng ailed to r eiv a m ori i d lar l
havi f           êc e                        ena
                         aj ty s ec ed ost. S ke
Bi11 282, Senator Posbard.       Senate Bill     238.    Senator
DekRgelis.   Seuate 3ill 298. Senator Karpiel. Senate..-on
288, Senator DeAngelis. Bead the billg Kr. secretary.
SECBETAEY:
    Senate Bill 288.
               Se
              ( cretary re      tl
                          ads ti e of bill)
Jrd reading of tbe bill.
PRE     G
   SIDIN OFFI     SE OZ
             CBP: ( NàT SAVICKàS)
    Senator DeAngelis.
SENâTO: DeàNGELIS:
    Thank youv sr. President.        Senate    Bill     283.   as
azended...the   bill      is    changed    significantly       by
the.a.amendment. Rhat it does aog: it provides for a read-
  stm
ju ent of a scheol distr         itl ent i th rece
                        ict's ent em      f e     nt
eqqalized assessed valuation drops ten aore...ten percent or
more froM the previous year. às you all knogg the Scbool àië
Forœula      tvo year's oldw the E;â would âave an immediate
izpact. It doesn't take avay froz the other sc:ools, it vill
regqire a suppleKencal SLate appropriation ko take care of
that w:en it happens. I urge an âye vote.
PR      G #eI   SEN OR
  ESIDIN 0 CBR: ( àT SAVICKAS)
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   Is there Giscassion?      If note t:e queskion isv shall
Senate Bil1 288 pass. Thoae ia favor vill vote àye.       Those
opposed vote Nay.      The voting is open. Bave al1 Foted who
wisb? Have al1 Foted vha wish? Take tàe record.        On that
qqestion, khe Ayes are 57, the Nays are noney nane votinq

 r s n . e a e i l 9 av n e ei e h o s t ti n l
P e e t s n t B l 2 8h i g r c v d t e c n ti u o a                l
   or          ar
maj ity is decl ed passed.           Senate Bill 298, Senator
Karpiela Eead mNe bille Hr. Secretary.
SECZ:TARV:
   Senate Bill 298.
              Secr
              ( etary reads ki     f
                              tle o bill)
3rd reading of the bill.
 R S DK F IE :
P X II GO FC E        ( TOB SAVI AS)
                      SZNâ      CK
                                                                   I
   Senator Karpiel.
 E <O àP E
S NT B KR IL:                                                      1
   'hank yoag hr. President. senate Bill 29: simply allovs
                                                                   1
all the municipalities ia the State of Illinois the ability
to issqe liguor fines for liqqor violations in their nunici-       !
aiy t h rsn ie h iy f àcg a bk
plt. à te peettmeteCt o Ciao:sta                                   1
ability bQt none of tàe otàer Runicipalities. They are faced
                                                                   1
Wità the problem af...in the case of a viotatioa of eitker
over     erlo
    .a.ov oking        t d. aad te oq ow.
                      i an a. jus y kn not seeing                  1
it. vhic: of course is not the thing tàqy vant to doe or
 eaig : ies f h
rgkn telcneo te             ...   tàe establàshaent...the liquor   1
license of the establishzent vhich they 2aF not al@ays want
to do either.    So we're trying to give them the ability to
issue liquor fines foD liguor violatioas: aRd I ask for your
support.
   SID
PEE ING OFFI     SE TO; SA CKA
            CEEZ ( HA     VI S)
   Is there discussion? If note Senator...tàe qaestioa ise

 à l ea e i l 9 a s h e n ao il o e y.
s a l S n à B l 2 8 p s . T os i f v r v l v t à e                 1
Those opposed vote Kay. 'he votiag is apea. Have al1 voted         '
who wish? Have a11 voted *ho wish?      Take the record.     On
Ehat queationg tàe     àyes are     54g the Nays ace aonev none
 &&      .
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voting Present. Senate Bill 298 having received t:e con-
stituti        ori       lar d as
       onal maj ty is dec e p sed.                Na
                                                 ( chine cut-
offl...the Order of Senate Bills    3rd :eading, Senate Bill
300e senator darovitz. ëead the billg :r. Secretary.
SEC:ETâRY:
    Sqnate Bill 300.
                 se
                 ( cret              e
                       ary reads titl of bill)
3rd reading of the bill.
PRE    XG     C:     S OR VICK
   SI9I 0r#I ;: ( ENAT SA     AS)
    Senator 'arogitz.
S::AT0a KAROVITZ:
    TEank youg very Iuch, Kr. President, Mezbers of t*e
Seaate. Senate Bill 300 is k:e spoqsal Heatth Iusdrance
Rights Act which allovs the spouses of-..if...employees in a
divorce sitqation or a widoged sùtuatio? to caatinue their
group health insurance policy at the group rates, and I
shoel; zake it very clear khat tNe foroerw..ëepen4eat spousq
will pay the employee's shareg the employer's share. plus ge
put into this legislatioa twenty perceat for adzinistcative
costs.                             q
             So tàe cost of this vi l be borne by the..athe
dependent spouse vhose Nqsbaad has Gie; aad she will be able
to continue tàat group policy for herself and her dependent
 hil en      as     qbj
c dr or who N been s ect t a..a
                          o    to a iivorcey she
gill pay the cogto..the proporkional cost of tàe policyv the
ezplayee's share: the employer'a share, plqs tuehty pqrcent
to the iasurance coapany for adzinistrative costs of the
policy. I think iE's very izportaat that at a tilea..a very
traumatic tize gàere there's been a death or a digorce, the
Worst time possible for soueoqe to Navq to uake a cNoice
about health insurance, to tcy and scarry around and get
health insurance for herself and her depen4eatse a tize ube?
there are healkh problezs, anxieties...l think public policy
deœands and other states have recogaized thatooathat we allov
that dependent spause or that forner dependent spouse, tàat
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widowg fo continue the group policy and...as long as she is
willing to pay the premiums. sàe#s already been part of the
                      s
risk poole and if she' gilling to pay tàe preziuase she
oqght to be allowed to do so. I might add that other stakes
have passed this legislation and in khose other states t:at
have   passed   this    legislationz   there   has   been   ao
increase...there has been no increase in insurance rates as a
rqsûlt of tNis tegistatiou: ahG tbat ihfoxmation bas been
garnered by the coamissioners of insurance from the states
gNere tbis bill passed. It seems like all..oevery time ve
try and do somthing for people aroqnd the state, we have
soleane getting up and sayinge welly ikês a great ideae it#s
* great poliçy but it's going to incrêase ratqse it's going
 o n r a hs h a t s: t' ot o n o n ra e
t ic ese t i. T ef c i i sn gi gt ic es                          l
rates, it hasn't kncreased rates anyplace else; and I think
it's cracial that people who have already been part of the
risk pool in a trauwatic situation after death or digorced be

 l o e , f h yde i l n o ag h o g r i n a ey o
a tv d i te r w lig t p te c n es o rt t                         j
ay h e. o tn e o ay N rnîm a l di it ai e
p t e .c ni q t p te pe a sa 4a am l sr tv                       I
                                                                 1
o t f v n e c n e l o e o o t na h t o i ye
c s o t e ày p r e te b a l v d t c n i e t a p l c              j
aaG I voûld solickt yoar àye vote for this gery imporkant
piece of legislation.
   SID
PRE IKG OFFI      SE TOR SA
            CEE: ( NA      #ICKâS)
     s b r i ca s o     e a o c a f r.
    I t e e d s s i n? s n t r S h f e                           1
SESàTDR SCHAFFEPZ
    Just some questions. ehat happens in a situation where
Ehe...the spouse no longer vorks for a company or quiks
within a fev weeks and.-.and goes venesuellos?

  E I I G F C R: 5 # T R â I K S)
PR S D X O FI E (E â 0 S V C à                                   1
    Senator darovitz.

 EAOthatOIZ
      A VT:
SNTR'Esituatioue there is no possibility
  In                                             of continued
                                                                 !
                                                                 i
                                                                 i
insurance and that is clear on page 7 of the bill. line 30e
uben coverage uoald terminate unier the terms of the existing
                                                                  i

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policy. If tbat person has been fired: tbat conversion
                                                                  1
privilege does not exist for the...for the spouse.                ;
                                                                  I
PEESIDIXG OFFICE   SE:à
                E: (   T02 SAVICKâS)
                                                                  I
    Senator Schaffer.
                                                                  l
5;NàeOE SCR&EFER:
    Thenx.. thea aLL one needs to circumvent the 1av is to        I
  st hi
jq s ft from a r    ar
                egql sala         oy
                         ried ezpl ee to a coatracàual
                                                                  I
                             ve
emptoyee: and...and theu yoq# circqmvented tbe lag, right?
PRES          CEZ
    IDI#G OFFI : (SEKATOE S&#ICKâS)                               I
         or arovi .
    Senat d       tz                                              1
                                                                  I
 2NàT      OV
s Oâ NAR ITZ:                                                     I
                                                                  :
    I gaess it depeads on vhat egerF policy demands.
                                                                  I
 :S D ' F IE : shT E xl Ks
P BI I Go ec n (;à0 s vc â )                                      j
    senator schaffer.
  NAT
5E On scsàeeEnz                                                   1
    I                                                             1
     y
         r n y o n w a e en on hs a tc lr o d
         fakl, yu ko eh v b e d v t i p ri oa ra                  1
 n h n h s s o e hn h t q h o e a t f
ad It ik ti i s/ ti gt a a gt t b p r o a                         l
diForce decree.      I think people get divorced: they ougàt to
resolve tàis that way rather than bring tbe ezployer ia.     I
had an indivtdual when I *as in private industry that worked
f                                                                 I
  r e h o a r e e e i e n g - e r e i de n
 o m wog t mr id s vn tm s i at o ya pr o ad                      j
I...and...I might add-.-ahead of several of us...and I might
adde it vas a lady an she alvay a g t fi p le th
                     d         s ana ed o nd eop      at          1
                                                                  j
   e s, a:                obs
ver bu/ kh never had j and they g       ere always being          I
                                                                  E
brought into our group aedical.      Qe âad a card file on her    I
                                                                  j
aboût tvo an; a half inches thick. %e finatly saide goul;         I
           op  ti
yaa mind st get ng aarri       ns
                        ed? I J t, y k
                                    ou nowg .ol j
                                           .     ust am           I
                                                                  '
aot suce this is sozething tha: ve ought to iaflict oa +àe
                                                                  !
   îne      ni        nk t ghk t be subl
bqs ss co/Ku ty. 1 thi i ou     o            o
                                        ect t the
                                                                  I
litigatioa. I recatl catcàing a little flack àere awàile          I
                                                                  t
back for a bilk tbat I Ehought did not affect general             ;
divorces;   youell    recall it, I thiak ve're krying to          !
straigEtea it oat. an; the arguuent #as that we circuœvented
the negotiation process. I can think of a situation in vhicà
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the one parky in a divorce...aay deserve nothing but a swift      I
kick in t:e backside of either sex I zight add. not special
treatment on insurance: and I don't see any exe/ptions in

 à s as . f a e n s n b o u e 4 u h y o '
t i c e I s p a e i a a s l t ba g ye t e d n t                   j
deserve to be on group ledicale tàey don'k deserge this auto-
xaticatty.     Tàis is somemNing tbat oughk to be Goae on a
case-by-case basise and I might adde that svord svings bot:

 as   t s t u t or h e a e e d . te o h
g y . I i n' J s f t e f R l g n er i s f r t e                   !
sale gênder: because an awful a 1ot of peoplee zalese are
covered under their wivas' group medical. and I think ve
oqgbt to think long and hard about this one.
PZZSIDING OFFI     SE# OR VICKA
              CER: ( àT SA     S)
     ea o e k.
    s nt r tme                                                    j
 E à0 E K :
5 NT2 t N E                                                       1
      bn h rv os pa e
   I t ik te pe i u se kr          bas...talkkng about bringing   I
people khto tùe group: they can Go that now by œarrying bad
 us
g y.   .   @hat this does is keeps the ezisting insurance on      I
those people tàat have beea insured by tàis company and
 ae - hv en h r . er o alig o t c a ig
àv w .a e b e te e k #e û t t kn abu bi gn                        1
sopebody new. @e can talk about a lady that's been there foE
tbirty years aad ber hûsband dkes. anG because sbe :as breast
                                                      ,
                                                                  1
a c re h a ' e n u a c . h s a c l e u f e
c n e s e c n t g t i s r n e S e' c n e l d o k a t r            I
thirty days.      She can't get insurance or sbe gets an exclu-

 in a ac r h ts h t a p n e e     e r a kn
s o f rcn e . T a l va hp es hr . @#e t l ig                      1
about alloking somebody to keep the same coverage they had
before aud by paying tbat cost. Qeere not asking for notbing
for--.soœetbing for nathing. Re:re also here takiag care of
the...those husbands that end qp in a aaintenance order to go
                                                                  i
out and buy an insurance palicy. @hy should those husbands
haFe to go out and buy anoEher insurance policy ghen they qot
one in their cozpaay and they'ce working for it?     kz're aot
talking about bringing in souebody that rate the bad experi-
ence; ge#re talking about people that are t:ere: and...I:l1
tell you who we're talking about and vhere post divorces
                                                                         I




                     Page 208 - Kàï 21e 1985




o       he
 ccure t widdl    ed
              e-ag von b
                      en ecaus t ir hu
                              e he        d
                                      skan runs off                      I
                                                     s
vith a young girl and tbey#ce left hanging. ànd that' vhere

h ig e t i k s n e i al a e h ts à er
te à hs rs i i md c cr . T a ' wo w 'e                                   1
                                                                         I
tatking about.    This is     a     bàll     for..-for...for      thê    I
miidle-aged gozan that's...that's displaced because her hœs-
band decides to run off vith a yoang vozan or whqre her hus-
band dies.                                                               i
               ede a i g a e f h s e l . h s s
              @ r t k n c r o t e e p op e T i i a                       1
goo; bill and I thihk it should be adopted and sent to tàe               1
House.
                                                                         i
   SID G
PRC IN OPFI     SXN TOE S
           CER: ( N      AVICKAS)
                                                                         I
    Is there further discussion?           Oà . . . oh. Let 's...letës   1
take t:em one at a tiue nov. Senator schunezan.
SEXàTOR SCBUNEXANI
                                                                         i
    eell, thank you. Kr. President aad Ladies and Gentlezen
of the Senate. I tàink that...that this bill has two prob-
                                                                         I
lews that ve ought to talk about.    0ae is that group.Aethe             i
e y a ue f r u n qa c s o a e r q f o kr
Fr n tr o g o p isr ae i t k k ag op o u re s                            l
 B l ue h s u h t s o t k t re
a G i s r t e a G t a ' b v i a 1 s a t d.              Tbene that       1
was expanded to cover the faaily of the workers. xove little
     ttl
by li e, this Legislature is trying to expand graup insur-               1
                                                                         '
ancee and as you do àhat, yoq chaage t*e       experience of      the
                                                                         1
ezployer. One tàing ge did vas to require that people vho no
 o
ln                                                                       1
    e ok h r a e o e oerd n e ..n e h
   g r w r te e h v t b c v e ud r. ud rt e                              I
 m l y r' olcy o l i de o t a o h t à p n o
e p o e s p i . Y al l f n c n r ry t w a t e s o s r                    l
says. that zost of khe people vho stay insune; unier tàat
 l n e a k h r b b y a t et n r n e ny b r
p a ar f l s ? o p o a l c nê g i su a c a v e e                         1
   e: d e           en    og        he    yerê
els an th bad experi ce sh s up in t emplo s cost                        1
     e oll g ears.
in tb f ovin y                N     e
                               og th àumanktaria as
                                                n pect is                I
                                                                         !
anotàer thiaq. sole of tNese folks probably canft get insur-
                                                                         1
ance.    So I tend to think that vhat we did wikà tecminated
e/     es as ro         g
  ploye v p bably the ri ht thing ta doa                ge allowed       1
                                                                         i
theu to stay insured for awhile...for six zonths. xo* this
bill has no sqcK limitation. This bill uould inclade t:e
spauses appareRtly forevere so that when the eaployee gets
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married, hees œarried to the spoqse for :he perioâ of tize
                                                                 i
that the marriage lasts. TNe enployer is goiag to be Iarried     :
                                                                 I

o N p u e or v r h h t' a.
t te so s f e e a; t a s o                                       1
                                      : t s r n e h ud '
                                      ta ' wo gv sol n t         I
Go that. Tbks bitl goes too far in thak direckion and vill
iaccease tbe cost af employers because of'tàe aiverse selec-
tio? that...that...uill result from this bill.
P      XG FICER ( Xà
 EESIDI OF     J SE TOR SAVICKAS)
    M                                                            !
       a e : ol w n ea o s h t ek e on t o .
     eh v te f lo ig Snt r ta se rc gi i n                       i
 e a o e z w o m e g nd e a o e s n e a o o k
S n t r x d a H l b r a S n t r N t ch a d S a t r n c .         l
Senator gedza.
SSXATOR 'EDZA:

     N n ou . r sie t         et o f h pn o.
    T a k y edr P e d n . Qu s i n o t e s o s r                 1
 B S D H E C R S N T R à I K S)
P E I I G OF I E : (E A O S V C à                                j
    He indicates heell yield.
                                                                 I
                                                                 I
    TO EDZA:
SZXk R H                                                         j
     e a o a o i z a i g l n àe a e i e s e a o
    S n tr Nc v t .tk n a og t s œ l n a sn t r                  1
                                                                 I
  àa
Sc nez                                                           I
        ns e ak , a         hr s          iac e e
       a ' r / r s s y t e e' a d v r e d cre:                   1
 h r s - t e d e n er d n o o t a t a à n r h o r
t e ee . . h y v g t e i t c n r c u l t i g o t e c u t         I
comes downy ghatever.       @hat happens when
                                   '             that   spousq
                                                                 1
 ea r s s t t l ee td ak o b o zr pq e r
r œ r ie e i i s i l r v r e b c t t e f r e s o s o             (
 s E à. . oe h t o c u e h o t a t r h g e m n
i t a . d s t a c n l d t e c n r c o t e a r e e t?             i
                                                                 I
PRESIDING OPF      SEN TOR SAVI
             IC:B: ( A         CKAS)
    Senator iarogitz.
SXFATOR XàR0#IlZ:

     n n te p o r d oli y 1 h r as n
    I a at zt t t y an m l f a lt eg op ad                       1
 o po s
c m r mi e                                                       l
             hn h t p ue e a re e ih s r e l-
          , ve t a s os rn r is hr rg t a e t r i                1
 a e : o al y e m n t d o h t i ut o hc a
n td t t l tri a e. 5 ta s ta in w ih ws                         1
 ak d b u eo e
t l e a o t b f r , that's   one of theo..one of tàe...oae of    1
tbe provisions for terminationg reaarriage of tNe spoqse or
if she gets invalved or he gets iavolved in ahother group
situation.                                                       I
                                                                 I
PEESIDTNG DFFTCER:    (SENRTOR SAVICKàS)
   Senator Nedza.
SENATOR N:DZA:
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                                                                     l
    0ne other questiona..therels dependent children. Thereês
no age lizitation on tàexa.for vhat I can seq in tàe bill.
 e ed n h lr n e o m ly e e o s : s ea
D pn e tc id e ,v nr al rf r t a t o e bi g                          1
 ih e n e r r oa e . h t b u n
e gt e y a s o y ug r ë a a o t i a c s o a
                                     ae f                            1
                                                                     I
                       s
stadent? somebody that' pursuing aa..a...a baccalaureate
and yek still are considered dependqnt ckildren.          @hat
happens ko Ehez?
 RS DN # C R SX TE AI K S
P B I I G OF I E : (E à O S V C A )                                  1
    Senator Harovitz.
SENATOR dâEOVITZZ
                                                                     1
    .-.   in tbat case wàere thea--vhere the...the child is a        '
                                                                     I
full-tiae stqdent and.e.and progressing tovard a bacclaureate
degree, that goul: be twenty-oney uhkch iso..which ks the 1av
toiay.                                                               :

   SID     ICE S;Hà
PQB ING OTP X: ( 10: SAVICKàS)                                       E
                                                                     I
    Senator Holmberg.
SENâTOR HOLNBEEG:                                                '
    lhank yoq,     Kr. President.    I rise in support of this       !
bill. To mee this is a verye very important piece of legis-
                                                                     !
latian.     So ofteu when the spouse is deprived of health           I
                                                                     E
insurancee tàe only place that tàat particular person can            E
   q    o  e     c     ol
tqr ks t th pqbli aid r ls. Ik seeus tàat if theylre                 I
                                                                     '
gilling to cover their own insurance plas the adde; fee for
                                                                     I
the high riske that this is one of tàe vays that we can con-
tiaqe to make people self-sufficient.     #ou knowe it's one
thing to grieve over :he loss of a husband either througà
ieat: or to divorce.-through divorce in pacticular, but ites
notàing like the grief vhen you've lost your healtb insur-
an ce.

PZC     G
   SIDIN OFFI     S;NA
             CEZ: ( TOP SàVICKAS)
    Senator Ketsch.
SE#àTOE NETSCH:                                                      I
    Thank yoa, ;r. President. This is going ko be a...a
little heavy but 1...1 woald like to use one exaaple. This
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is an exazple of wby tbe suggestioa that someào? tàis is
going to cost zore and have a negakive finaacial impact on
     nsq ance pr
tàe i r              s d    ts us
                emium an cos j t simply does not work
oqtv aR* tbks ks aa exaKple tbak vas prepared by so/eoae gho
is the chairzan of the Fazily Law Section of the Illinois
State Bar and chairman of the Matrimonial Loss Section of the
Chicago Bar...an; this is how it would vorà. Let as assume
tha: t:e client bas a...a family coverage of five huadred
dollar deductible which pays eighty percent of tàe next t*o
thousand dollars an; a11 costs after that.      The premiuz
cbarged for khe eaployee, his spoase and dependeat children
is two hundred and twenty dollars per zonth. Bnder this pro-
posale after kbe divorcey t:e wozan would have to pay a hun-
dred and twenty-seven dollars for single coverage plqs tventy
percenk vbicb is wbat the bill provides for cost of adwinis-
tration or a total of a hundre; and fifty-tvo dollars.      Tàe
employee will continue to pay the two hundred and tweaty
dollars per month for coverage of himself and his dependent
childreng so that khe insurance compaqy will nov be receiving
a total of tuo àundred and twenty dollars plus a hundred and
fifty-four dollars or tàree Nuadred and seveaty-tvo dollars
per mont: to cover tke same people       *as coveriag for tvo
Nqndred and tweaty dollars per Donth before the divorce. Nov
it seens to ze that w:at this shows is, coutrary to gûat some
have soggested including soœe of those in the insarance
 ndq       s   l il ot ncr se osts. That is j t
i stcye tài bil * 1 n i ea c                 us
kind of the mechanics of ite the dollars and cents of it.    I
think tbe importance of it is a Qatter of public policy vhicà
eveR senator schuneman acknovledged it goes beyond any ques-
tion. These arê people vho arG being, as Senator nolakerg
J       d. bj cted to t ao grie
 ast sai su e          he st   vous of aIl calamities,
the loss of health insurance tàrough basically no fault of
their own.    ke recognize thak is a problezy we bave started
to aidress it in other contexks and it seezs ko ae khat i' is
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extremely izportant that ge address it in this context alsoe
anG we can cest assqceâ ue wkll be Going it uithout driviag
the insurance cozpanies or the e/ployers out of business.
PDESIDING OFFI     SENâ
              CEEZ (        àVI AS)
                       TOR S CK
    Senator Rock.
SEKATOR ROCK:
    Thank you, :r. President, Ladies and Gentlemen of the
Senate. I rise ia support of Senate Bill 300 as azeaded: and
only wis: to point ou: to k:e œelbersKip SometNkng of aa
inconsistency. Not an hour ago ve very cavalierly spent an
additional thirty-fîveaosat least thirty-five zillion dollars
in general reveaue loney oh a bipartisahv apparently: basis
b     e t    ed th    er àel
 ecaas i pass vi an ov v ling œajorityy because we
were concerned about senior citizens and vhat the effect
voulâ be anà ke vere concerne; about local goFernments an:
vhat the effect on the/ voald be, and bere ve hage vithin 300
as amendede pernissiou for tàe extension of :ea1th and acci-
dent insurance coverage to an enptoyeeês forzer dependent
spaase and kids. Probably tNe vorst fiaaqciat aB; emotional
tiae in a person's life is wàen they#re 2et gith death or
divorce of a spoasey and ve are saying to...the dependent
spoqsev hece. wedll give yo? tbkrty iays and you can opt in
an; you can pay not only vhat it cost the employeey you...pay
t:e eaployer's cost, and in addition to that yoa#re goinq ko
be ckarged up to tventy percent of adzinistrative cosks.    So
a11 the crocodite tears of the euployer community: I sqggest.
  e n
ar i va        u
       ine it j st simply i not goi to happ
                           s       ng      en. Senate
Bill 300. I saggestg is a vezy fair and a very eguitable pro-
posal in favor of particularly displaced Nolelakers.       It's
just an opt       ey   t ave t ta it: but I tài as a
           ione th don' h     o ke             nk
matter of policg we ought to Kake it available.   I urge an
Aye vote for seaate Bill 30Q.
P:ESIDING OEeICER:    (SESATOR 5à7ICKàs)
    If there's no further discussioag senator darovitz 1ay
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close.
S:NATOE :AR07ITzz
   Thank you. very much. Kr. Presideat.          kelle   itês
very...it:s-..itês fine to talk about putting sozething in a
âivorce decree; but if you can't get the insurance anyvay,
wbak's t:e iifference if itgs in the Gecree or not. And in a
sitaation where the former dependent spouse rmzarries or that
viiov rezarries. that terninates her abilitx to get the
conversion policy; and àf she can't get the conversion policy
and shefs...and she's sick or she's infirmed or she hasn't
got t:e moneye then skeês going to be on nedicaid or
Kedicaree and we're going ta pay for it one *ay or the otàer.
@hy not giFe her or hi2 the opportunity to pax for it then-
selveso..pay for ite pay the ezployerls part, pay the
eâployee's sbare plqs tventy percent instead of having tbe
State pay for it altogether?        ând...as far as the group
experience goese if..oif..pif this type of insurance is
available. t:e pool will be greater and the premiums yill be
reduced rather than increased. There was some talk about...a
bill-..Representative...senator Schunezan mentioned about a
bill to continue after ezploymente thatês for six zonths
only. I've tried ko nqgotiake wik: the employers and the
insqrance companies on this bill. told t:ez I *as willing to
do t:ingsg thates why ve said if-o.if...if there's a remar-
riage situation, the rights ter/inate. ànd I @as williag to
negotiate other things. They glre not villing ko negotiate
   tài
any ng a: alle j     ai   9             e  e
                ast s d: w àave to oppos th bill
periad...period. I think this is aa iaportant bill. I khiak
it makes a statement about policy, and I gould solicit your
Aye vote.
PRCSIDENT:
    T:e guestion ise shall Senate Bill 303 pass.    Those in
favor will vote àye.      Those opposed will vote Nay. 2:e
voting is open. nave a11 voted vho gisb? Have all voted who
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vish? nave all voted vh@ vish? Take the record.      On that
                                                                 I
gqestione there are 50 àyesy 8 Nays. nonq voting Preseut.        I
Senate Bill 300 having receiged the required constitational
                                                                 1
 al r t s e l r d a s d N o r f i a r ied e
m o iy i dc ae ps e . Te h u o sx hs a rv .w                     1
 ae    o pe f p ca e u ss ht o i i e o e l
N g a c u l o s e il r qe t ta Iv ud l k t d a                   1
 ib e a e op e f e o ui n . ea o a isn a
gt @ h v a c ul o rs lt o s sn k rD v do h s
    .                                                            1
                                                                 I
a Hoqse bill tàat the Governor is requesting we place on his
desk. @ith leave of the Bodyy we 1il1 turn to page 32 on t:e
Calendar, Hr.     secretary. and aove to tâe Order of House
 i l r e d ng h r i l e o l a a h s a i s
B l s 3 d B a i . T e e g l b a r l c ll o t i e l d e           1
                                                                 I
n e t ez n o o t a a e h r m s s e . n h
a d g n l e e s d n' F c t t e p e i e y t O t e                 I
order of House Bills 3r4 Beadingg page 12 on the Calendarv is
Rouse Bil1   116.     On the Order of House Bills 3rd Readinge
Hoase Bill 116. Pead the bille :r. Secretary.
SECRZTàRYI
    Hoqse Bill 116.
                S
                ( ecrekary r       tl
                            eads ti e of bill)
3rd reading of *he bill.
PRESIDEXT:
        or idso
   senat Dav n.                                                  I
SZNàTOR DàVIDSON:
    Kr. Presiient and Deabers of khe Senateg does exactly
what the Calendar says it does. It vould aake the fourtà
week of Kay the Iltinois National Retired Teachers: geek.        I
I'd appreciake a favorable vote.                                 '
PRBSIDENT:                                                       ;
                                                                 1
    â      scu sion? A
     ny di s            ay di scus               he uesti
                                  sion? If note t q       on     i
                                                                 i
is: shall House Bill 116 pass. Those in favor vill vote Aye.     I
                                                                 I
 hs poe i1 oe a. û oig s pa l
Toeops;w1 vt Ny Te vtu i oe. à1                                  1
                                                                 I
voteë wbo wish? Have all voted gbo vksh? Rave al1 voted who
vish? Take the record. On that guestione there ace 59 àyesv
no Nays, none voting Present. House Bill 116 having received
k:e reqqired canstitukion maj ky is decla
                         al  ori               sse
                                         zed pa d. àll
right. Eesolutions.
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   Senate.m.senate      Resolution   255 offered by Seaakors    '
                                                                I
Barkha/sen aa4 Geo-Karis. kt's congratalatory.                  l
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   Senate Hesolution 256. by senators eatsoh and Demuziow       .
an4 kt.s congratulatory.                                        i
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    ànd senate Resolution 257 offereâ by senators DeAngelise
Nahar, Kelly and Davson.
PRESIDEKI:
    Executive Cozmittee.     &11 right..mall right.   senator
Lemkee for what purpose do you arise?
SENNTOE LEKKEZ
   I#d like to àave leave to go to Order of Secretarygs Desk
Resolutions, Senate Resolation 99 whicb qrges tbe GovernzeRt

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ican servicezen.
PRESIDENTI
    àli right- The sentleman has requested leaFe to go to
 a    7 n h a ed r o h up s f a ig p n h
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    Senat Hesolution 9:g tàere's no azendments.                 j
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P:CSIDZKTZ
                                                                1
    senator Lezkea
SENâTOE LXNKEI
    @hat tàks resolutkon does is urges the Government of
 oi l s pb i f it
S c a i t ne u l c o 7 e                                        i
                          a o c o n or E m l c n
                         n m t a c at f te àe i a               1
serFicemen and civilians still being held in sautbeast àsia.    '
I think it's appropriate right before Kemorial Day we pass
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this so we can get it on its way to the praper people. I ask
                                                                     I
for a fav     e
         orabl vote.                                                 j
PEESIDEKTZ
      All right. The guestion is the adopkion of senate Eeso-
lution 98.       àll ia favor kndicate by saying èye.          àll
oppased. The àyes àave it. The resolution is adopted. 'ur-
kàer resolutionse Kr...senator Le/ke.
SENATO: LEKKE:

    av o a e h n r e a e p n o h . .
   te e t h v t e e ti e S n t s o s r + e .                         !
  EIEN:
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         koq
      Rkt t oblectione l          aate or .sh  l em-
                        eave is gr d f .. ov al m
bers as cosponsors.         Leave is granted. Eurther resolutionse
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       e eay
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SCCRETAAY:
      . w . senate   Resolution 258 offered by Senators Lqfty Rock
and al1 Senatorse and it's congratulatory.
PRESIDCNT:
      Senator Lufk.
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PRCSIDENT:
                                                                     !
       a r t lto s e ao e c . 1 iht e ao ut
      Cnga ua in eS nt r @l h à1 r g . S n tr Lf                     1
h Qoged to suspend the rules for
 as                                      the izleGiate consiier-
                                                                     !
ation and adoption of Senate Resolution 258. àtl in favor of
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t:e aotion to suspend iadicate by saying àye. All opposed.
The Ayes have it. The rales are saspeaded. Seaator tûft now
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noves the adoption of Senahe Resolution 258.   àll ia favor
indicate by saying àye. &1l opposed. The àyes havè it. The
resolqtion is aioptei.     àny further business or announce-
ments? seaator Collins.
SENATOR COLLINS:
   Yes: I voqld like leave to add as àypàenated cosponsocs
to the following bills tàe names Chev, Hall, Neghousew Szità
and Jones. Tàe...tàe bills are senate Bill 1%02, 140R: 1:05.
1:06. 1%08, 1410, 1411, 1%58 and 1:60.
P:ZSIDENT:
   àl1 right. The lady...lady seeks leave to add senators
Ckew. Hall: xevhoasee Szith and Jones as cosponsors of senate
Bills 1402. 0%. 05. 06, 08y 1:10, 1%11y 1:58 and 1:60. gith-
out obje    ne eave i gr ed Ten ol oc toa
        ctio l       s ant .      cl k       v
                                         orro morn-
ing, ladies and gentlemeny we gill start again vith recalls
2nd reading and proceed on the Caleadar ghere we left off.
Ten o#clock tomorrog morning. @ithout...no further announce-
  ht    nat
le s, Se or Nedza loves the S ate s
                             en              rn
                                   tand aGjou ed until          -
ten oeclock tolorrow locning. Ten o'clock on %ednesday.

				
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