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 Bill Status of SB2580  102nd General Assembly


Short Description:  ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE REGISTRY

Senate Sponsors
Sen. Toi W. Hutchinson - Jacqueline Y. Collins - Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant - Melinda Bush, Michael E. Hastings, Scott M. Bennett and Laura M. Murphy

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  1/10/2017SenateSession Sine Die

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
New Act


Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Illinois Alzheimer's Disease Registry Act. Provides for the creation of the Illinois Alzheimer's Disease Registry under the authority of the Illinois Department of Public Health. Provides that the Registry shall provide a database of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Provides the Department of Public Health with rulemaking powers to establish and operate the Registry in accord with specified responsibilities. Requires the Department of Public Health to provide staff and resources for the Registry. Contains provisions concerning data privacy. Defines terms. Effective immediately.

Actions 
DateChamber Action
  2/16/2016SenateFiled with Secretary by Sen. Toi W. Hutchinson
  2/16/2016SenateFirst Reading
  2/16/2016SenateReferred to Assignments
  2/18/2016SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Jacqueline Y. Collins
  2/24/2016SenateAssigned to Public Health
  3/2/2016SenateAdded as Co-Sponsor Sen. Michael E. Hastings
  3/2/2016SenatePostponed - Public Health
  3/2/2016SenateAdded as Co-Sponsor Sen. Scott M. Bennett
  3/2/2016SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant
  3/2/2016SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Melinda Bush
  4/8/2016SenateRule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
  5/31/2016SenateAdded as Co-Sponsor Sen. Laura M. Murphy
  1/10/2017SenateSession Sine Die

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