92nd General Assembly
Status of HB0088
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   20 ILCS 2515/2.4 new                                                        
   30 ILCS 105/5.545 new                                                       
   30 ILCS 205/2             from Ch. 15, par. 102                             
   30 ILCS 210/2             from Ch. 15, par. 152                             
   30 ILCS 210/4             from Ch. 15, par. 154                             
   30 ILCS 210/5             from Ch. 15, par. 155                             
   30 ILCS 210/6             from Ch. 15, par. 156                             
   30 ILCS 210/7             from Ch. 15, par. 157                             
   30 ILCS 210/8             from Ch. 15, par. 158                             
   30 ILCS 210/10 new                                                          
   305 ILCS 5/10-10.6 new                                                      
   750 ILCS 5/505.4 new                                                        
   750 ILCS 5/714 new                                                          
   750 ILCS 5/715 new                                                          
   750 ILCS 16/67 new                                                          
   750 ILCS 22/318                                                             
   750 ILCS 45/15.3 new                                                        

        Creates the State Loan Act to provide that the name of the person      
   loaned State money must be made public. Amends the Illinois Department      
   of Revenue  Sunshine  Act.   Authorizes  the  Department  to  disclose      
   information  about  delinquent taxpayers after giving at least 90 days      
   notice of intent to disclose the information. Amends the State Finance      
   Act and the Illinois State Collection Act of 1986.  Requires that  the      
   Auditor General establish a Debt Collection Unit for the collection of      
   overdue  debts  owed  to  the State.  Beginning July 1, 2002, requires      
   State   agencies   other   than   universities   to   determine    the      
   uncollectibility  of  debts using rules adopted by the Auditor General      
   and to turn over to the Debt Collection Unit debts more than  90  days      
   overdue.  Authorizes  the  Auditor  General  to  contract with private      
   collection entities to pursue debts determined  to  be  uncollectible.      
   Requires  the  Auditor  General to report semi-annually to the General      
   Assembly and State Comptroller upon debts owed to the State  and  upon      
   collection  efforts.  Abolishes in 2002 the Debt Collection Board, the      
   Comptroller's use of special account receivable funds, and the use  of      
   private  collection  services by individual State agencies. Further         
   amends the Illinois State Collection Act of 1986 and amends the             
   Uncollected State Claims Act to provide that the provisions of those        
   Acts must be met before any renegotiation or forgiveness of a State         
   loan. Amends the Illinois Public Aid Code, the Illinois Marriage and        
   Dissolution of Marriage Act, the Non-Support Punishment Act, and the        
   Illinois Parentage Act of 1984. Provides that for the purposes of           
   enforcement of a child support order a transfer made by a child             
   support obligor is fraudulent as to an obligee if the obligor made          
   the transfer with the intent to defraud the obligee or without              
   receiving equivalent value for the transfer. Amends the Illinois            
   Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act to provide that a person           
   who willfully defaults on an order for child support may be subject         
   to summary criminal contempt proceedings. Amends the Uniform Inter-         
   state Family Support Act. Provides that, upon request by a tribunal         
   of another state, a tribunal of this State shall issue or cause to be       
   issued  a subpoena or a subpoena duces tecum requiring a person in          
   this State to appear at a deposition or before a tribunal and answer        
   questions or produce documents or other tangible things for the pur-        
   pose of obtaining information regarding the person's assets, income,        
   and ability to pay a support order or judgment entered in the other         
   state. Effective immediately.                                               
          FISCAL NOTE (Auditor General)                                        
          The Debt Collection Unit would have a projected workload of          
          approximately $2.5 billion and projected start-up costs of           
          FISCAL NOTE (Attorney General)                                       
          HB 88 would not have a measurable fiscal impact on the Office        
          of the Attorney General.                                             
   DEC-08-2000  H  PREFILED WITH CLERK                                            
   JAN-10-2001  H  FIRST READING                                                  
   JAN-10-2001  H  REFERRED TO HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE        RULES                 
   JAN-30-2001  H  ADDED AS A JOINT SPONSOR                 HOWARD                
   JAN-30-2001  H  ADDED AS A JOINT SPONSOR                 KENNER                
   JAN-31-2001  H       ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE               REVENUE               
   FEB-07-2001  H                         FISCAL NOTE FILED                       
   FEB-07-2001  H                   COMMITTEE               REVENUE               
   FEB-14-2001  H                         FISCAL NOTE FILED                       
   FEB-14-2001  H                   COMMITTEE               REVENUE               
   FEB-22-2001  H  ADDED AS A CO-SPONSOR                    BOLAND                
   MAR-16-2001  H  RE-REFERRED TO RULES COMM/RULE 19(A)     RULES         HRUL    
   JAN-07-2003  H  SESSION SINE DIE                                               


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