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Full Text of SB0512  102nd General Assembly

SB0512ham003 102ND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Rep. Bob Morgan

Filed: 5/13/2021

 

 


 

 


 
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1
AMENDMENT TO SENATE BILL 512

2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 512 on page 4, by
3deleting lines 2 through 12; and
 
4on page 4, by replacing lines 14 through 23 with the following:
5    "(a) The Department of Revenue may adopt rules that are
6reasonable, necessary, and related to the administration and
7enforcement of this Act.
8    (b) The Department of Revenue, the Department of Public
9Health, a local public health department, the Department of
10Human Services, the Illinois State Police, a county sheriff,
11and a municipal police department may inspect any business
12that sells, manufactures, transports, or distributes
13electronic cigarettes in the State to ensure compliance with
14this Act."; and
 
15on page 7, by replacing lines 3 and 4 with the following:
16"September 9, 2020 shall not be deemed to be adulterated under

 

 

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1subparagraph (C) of paragraph (4) of this subsection."; and
 
2on page 7, immediately below line 7, by inserting the
3following:
4    "(c) Any violation of this Act shall be reported to the
5Department of Revenue within 7 business days."; and
 
6on page 10, by replacing lines 12 through 17 with the
7following:
8    "(a) No person under 21 years of age shall buy any tobacco
9product, electronic cigarette, or alternative nicotine
10product. No person shall sell, buy for, distribute samples of
11or furnish any tobacco product, electronic cigarette, or any
12alternative nicotine product to any person under 21 years of
13age."; and
 
14on page 11, line 25, after "tobacco product", by inserting ",
15alternative nicotine product, or electronic cigarette"; and
 
16on page 17, by replacing lines 13 through 21 with the
17following:
18    "(g) Any peace officer or duly authorized member of the
19Illinois State Police, a county sheriff's department, a
20municipal police department, the Department of Revenue, the
21Department of Public Health, a local health department, or the
22Department of Human Services, upon discovering a violation of

 

 

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1subsection (a), (a-5), (a-5.1), (a-8), (b), or (d) of this
2Section or a violation of the Preventing Youth Vaping Act, may
3seize any tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, or
4electronic cigarettes of the specific type involved in that
5violation that are located at that place of business. The
6tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, or electronic
7cigarettes so seized are subject to confiscation and
8forfeiture."; and
 
9on page 19, immediately below line 10, by inserting the
10following:
11    "(j) After the Department of Revenue has seized any
12tobacco product, nicotine product, or electronic cigarette as
13provided in subsection (g) and a person having any property
14interest in the seized property has not been charged with an
15offense under this Section or a violation of the Preventing
16Youth Vaping Act, the Department of Revenue must hold a
17hearing and determine whether the seized tobacco products,
18alternative nicotine products, or electronic cigarettes were
19part of the inventory located at the place of business when a
20violation of subsection (a), (a-5), (a-5.1), (a-8), (b), or
21(d) of this Section or a violation of the Preventing Youth
22Vaping Act occurred and whether any seized tobacco product,
23alternative nicotine product, or electronic cigarette was of a
24type involved in that violation. The Department of Revenue
25shall give not less than 20 days' notice of the time and place

 

 

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1of the hearing to the owner of the property, if the owner is
2known, and also to the person in whose possession the property
3was found if that person is known and if the person in
4possession is not the owner of the property. If neither the
5owner nor the person in possession of the property is known,
6the Department of Revenue must cause publication of the time
7and place of the hearing to be made at least once each week for
83 weeks successively in a newspaper of general circulation in
9the county where the hearing is to be held.
10    If, as the result of the hearing, the Department of
11Revenue determines that the tobacco products, alternative
12nicotine products, or the electronic cigarettes were part of
13the inventory located at the place of business when a
14violation of subsection (a), (a-5), (a-5.1), (a-8), (b), or
15(d) of this Section or a violation of the Preventing Youth
16Vaping Act at the time of seizure, the Department of Revenue
17must enter an order declaring the tobacco product, alternative
18nicotine product, or electronic cigarette confiscated and
19forfeited to the State, to be held by the Department of Revenue
20for disposal by it as provided in Section 10-58 of the Tobacco
21Products Tax Act of 1995. The Department of Revenue must give
22notice of the order to the owner of the property, if the owner
23is known, and also to the person in whose possession the
24property was found if that person is known and if the person in
25possession is not the owner of the property. If neither the
26owner nor the person in possession of the property is known,

 

 

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1the Department of Revenue must cause publication of the order
2to be made at least once each week for 3 weeks successively in
3a newspaper of general circulation in the county where the
4hearing was held."; and
 
5on page 35, by deleting lines 2 and 3.