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 Bill Status of HB4253  96th General Assembly


House Sponsors
Rep. Brandon W. Phelps

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  1/11/2011HouseSession Sine Die

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
225 ILCS 470/2from Ch. 147, par. 102
225 ILCS 470/6from Ch. 147, par. 106
225 ILCS 470/7from Ch. 147, par. 107
225 ILCS 470/8from Ch. 147, par. 108
225 ILCS 470/8.1from Ch. 147, par. 108.1
225 ILCS 470/10from Ch. 147, par. 110
225 ILCS 470/11from Ch. 147, par. 111
225 ILCS 470/12from Ch. 147, par. 112
225 ILCS 470/13from Ch. 147, par. 113
225 ILCS 470/14from Ch. 147, par. 114
225 ILCS 470/15from Ch. 147, par. 115
225 ILCS 470/16from Ch. 147, par. 116
225 ILCS 470/19from Ch. 147, par. 119
225 ILCS 470/20from Ch. 147, par. 120
225 ILCS 470/21from Ch. 147, par. 121
225 ILCS 470/23from Ch. 147, par. 123
225 ILCS 470/26from Ch. 147, par. 126
225 ILCS 470/30from Ch. 147, par. 130
225 ILCS 470/40from Ch. 147, par. 140
225 ILCS 470/41from Ch. 147, par. 141
225 ILCS 470/52from Ch. 147, par. 152
225 ILCS 470/54from Ch. 147, par. 154
225 ILCS 470/55from Ch. 147, par. 155
225 ILCS 470/56from Ch. 147, par. 156
225 ILCS 470/56.1from Ch. 147, par. 156.1
815 ILCS 370/3from Ch. 5, par. 1703
815 ILCS 370/4from Ch. 5, par. 1704
815 ILCS 370/4.1from Ch. 5, par. 1704.1
815 ILCS 370/6from Ch. 5, par. 1706
815 ILCS 370/7from Ch. 5, par. 1707
815 ILCS 370/7.1

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Motor Fuel and Petroleum Standards Act. Provides that all leaded and unleaded gasoline sold in Illinois shall meet or exceed specified octane numbers; that every retailer of motor fuel must display the octane number or fuel rating of the fuel being dispensed on each motor fuel device that is dispensing a motor fuel product; and that it is a violation to display an octane number or fuel rating on a motor fuel devise that is inconsistent with the qualitative attributes of the motor fuel product being dispensed. Establishes that a criminal action shall be brought against violators of the Act and that, in the case of an administrative hearing, certain monetary penalties shall apply upon determination that a violation has occurred. Makes other changes. Amends the Weights and Measures Act. Makes various changes regarding: submitting, for verification and calibration by the Director of Agriculture, all field standards used for servicing and testing commercial weights and measures; the authority of city sealers and their deputies following noncompliance with training and reporting requirements; inspection fees; criminal actions and administrative penalties for violation of the Act; and other matters. Effective immediately.

DateChamber Action
  2/27/2009HouseFiled with the Clerk by Rep. Brandon W. Phelps
  2/27/2009HouseFirst Reading
  2/27/2009HouseReferred to Rules Committee
  3/4/2009HouseAssigned to Agriculture & Conservation Committee
  3/13/2009HouseRule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
  1/11/2011HouseSession Sine Die

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