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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Bill Would Modify Local Government Ethics Reporting Deadline

Illinois SB 730 was just passed by the General Assembly and is now at the Governor's office awaiting signature. The bill proposes a number of changes to the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act, including one that would impact units of local government. If signed, the bill would establish a set date each year (on or before February 1st) by which the chief administrative officer of a unit of local government must file with the county clerk the names of those officers and employees who must file statements of economic interest with the local government unit on an annual basis.


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