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Monday, December 30, 2019

Law Imposes February 1st Deadline for List of Names for Filing of Economic Interest Statements

On December 20, 2019, the Illinois Governor signed into law P.A. 101-617 enacting various changes to state ethics laws. Most of the changes affect state employees rather than local government employees, but there is one provision that local governments should be aware of.

Specifically, the new law imposes a deadline for units of local government to file the list of persons who have to file statements of economic interest with the county. Now, the chief administrative officer of the unit of local government must file the list of names with the county by February 1st of each year. So, village and city clerks and others who handle this duty for their unit of local government each year should make sure they calendar the new deadline. 


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