Bill Status of HB3518 100th General Assembly
Short Description: CHILD CARE-LICENSURE BANS
Rep. Nick Sauer - Mary E. Flowers - Kelly M. Cassidy - Patricia R. Bellock - Tom Demmer, Brian W. Stewart, John M. Cabello, Sheri Jesiel, Barbara Wheeler, Margo McDermed, Peter Breen, Keith R. Wheeler, Joe Sosnowski, Jaime M. Andrade, Jr., Frances Ann Hurley, Al Riley, Daniel Swanson and Jerry Lee Long
| 1/8/2019||House||Session Sine Die|
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Children and Family Services Act. Provides that no member of the Direct Child Welfare Service Employee License Board may have a pending or indicated report of child abuse or neglect or a pending complaint or criminal conviction of any of the offenses or any conditions set forth in a specified provision of the Child Care Act of 1969. Amends the Child Care Act of 1969. Sets forth non-waivable circumstances under which a person may not receive a license for, have a licensed renewed for, be employed by, or reside in, if an adult person, a child care facility. Provides processes by which an applicant for licensure, a licensee, an employee of a facility licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services, or an adult person residing in a licensed child care facility who was convicted of a felony other than a felony listed in provisions concerning non-waivable circumstances, or has committed other specified offenses, may receive a waiver by the Department or the agency seeking to grant, renew, employ, or issue the license. Contains provisions concerning waiver reviews; appeals of an adverse waiver; Department rules on guidelines for granting a waiver; and other matters. Removes provisions that prohibit a person from receiving a child care facility license or working at a child care facility if the person has been declared a sexually dangerous person or has committed specified offenses.