September 10, 2021 •
Illinois House Passes Ethics Reform Legislation
The Illinois House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 539 with the amendatory veto issued by Gov. JB Pritzker.
The bill passed along party lines in a vote taken September 9, after it was rejected in an earlier vote last week.
The bill, which now goes back to Pritzker for his signature, expands state lobbyist registration requirements to the local level; prohibits all fundraising statewide during legislative sessions; expands revolving door restrictions; and requires certain consultants hired by a lobbyist or lobbying entity to register and report.
If signed, the bill will be effective January 1, 2022.
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