|Public Act 094-0450
||LRB094 07984 RXD 38166 b
AN ACT concerning public health, which may be referred to
as Ally's Law.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
This Act may be cited as the
Restroom Access Act.
Definitions. In this Act:
"Customer" means an individual who is lawfully on the
premises of a retail establishment.
"Eligible medical condition" means Crohn's disease,
ulcerative colitis, any other inflammatory bowel disease,
irritable bowel syndrome, or any other medical condition that
requires immediate access to a toilet facility.
"Retail establishment" means a place of business open to
the general public for the sale of goods or services.
establishment" does not include a filling station or service
station, with a structure of 800 square feet or less, that has
an employee toilet facility located within that structure.
Retail establishment; customer access to
A retail establishment that has a toilet
facility for its employees shall allow a customer to use that
facility during normal business hours if the toilet facility is
reasonably safe and all of the following conditions are met:
(1) The customer requesting the use of the employee
toilet facility suffers from an eligible medical condition
or utilizes an ostomy device.
(2) Three or more employees of the retail establishment
are working at the time the customer requests use of the
employee toilet facility.
(3) The retail establishment does not normally make a
restroom available to the public.