SB 3987

  • Illinois Senate Bill
  • 101st Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate
  • Senate
  • House
  • Governor

Iema-Disaster Declaration

Abstract

Amends the Illinois Emergency Management Agency Act. Provides that after an initial proclamation declaring that a disaster exists, the Governor may only extend that declaration or make further proclamations regarding the same disaster if the General Assembly passes a resolution within 5 calendar days that approves the extension or further proclamation. Provides that if, due to health or safety concerns, the General Assembly is unable to convene in either regular or special session to approve the extension or further proclamation, the extension or further proclamation may continue in effect until the General Assembly is able to convene in regular or special session if the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Minority Leader of the Senate, and the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives submit written certification to the Governor that the General Assembly is unable to convene to provide the necessary approval of the extension or further proclamation. Effective immediately.

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May 21, 2020

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Sue Rezin

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Jason A. Barickman

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Dale A. Righter

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Donald P. DeWitte

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Jil Tracy

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Jim Oberweis

May 20, 2020

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Paul Schimpf

Senate

Added as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Jason Plummer

May 19, 2020

Senate

Filed with Secretary by Sen. Dan McConchie

Senate

Added as Co-Sponsor Sen. Craig Wilcox

Senate

Added as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Neil Anderson

Senate

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