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205 ILCS 405/19

    (205 ILCS 405/19) (from Ch. 17, par. 4835)
    Sec. 19. The Department may make and enforce such reasonable rules, directions, orders, decisions and findings as the execution and enforcement of the provisions of this Act require, and as are not inconsistent within this Act. All such rules, directions, orders, decisions and findings shall be filed and entered by the Secretary in an indexed permanent book or record, or electronic record, with the effective date thereof suitably indicated, and such book or record shall be a public document. All rules and directions, which are of a general character, shall be made available in electronic form to all licensees within 10 days after filing and all licensees shall receive by mail notice of any changes. Copies of all findings, orders and decisions shall be mailed to the parties affected thereby by United States mail within 5 days of such filing.
    The Department shall adopt rules concerning classes of violations, which may include continuing violations of this Act, and factors in mitigation of violations.
(Source: P.A. 99-445, eff. 1-1-16.)