10 ILCS 5/13-2.5 new
10 ILCS 5/14-4.5 new
Amends the Election Code. Provides that persons serving as
election judges may be absent from work after giving 20 days' written
notice to their employers. Provides that an employer may not penalize
an employee for an absence to serve as election judge other than a
deduction in salary for the time the employee is absent from the place
of employment. Exempts employers with fewer than 25 employees.
Provides that an employer with 25 to 100 employees need not permit
more than 2 employees to be absent on the same election day.
HOUSE AMENDMENT NO. 1.
Provides that employers with more than 100 employees shall not be
required to permit more than 3% of the employees to be absent on the
same election day to serve as election judges.
FISCAL NOTE, AMENDED (State Board of Elections)
House Bill 3810, as amended, would have minimal fiscal impact
on the operations of the State Board of Elections.
JAN-22-2002 H FILED WITH CLERK
JAN-22-2002 H FIRST READING
JAN-22-2002 H REFERRED TO HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE RULES
JAN-30-2002 H ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE ELEC CAMP REF
FEB-14-2002 H AMENDMENT NO. 01-ELEC CAMP REF H
FEB-14-2002 H ADOPTED
FEB-14-2002 H DO PASS AS AMENDED/STANDARD DEBATE 006-001-000 HECR
FEB-14-2002 H PLACED CAL 2ND READING-STANDARD DEBATE
FEB-15-2002 H SECOND READING-STANDARD DEBATE
FEB-15-2002 H PLCD CAL ORDER 3RD READING-STNDRD DEBATE
APR-05-2002 H FISCAL NOTE FILED AS AMENDED
APR-05-2002 H PRIMARY SPONSOR CHANGED TO SOTO
APR-05-2002 H ADDED AS A JOINT SPONSOR OSTERMAN
APR-05-2002 H THIRD READING - CONSIDERATION POSTPONED
APR-05-2002 H PLACED CALENDAR-CONSIDERATION POSTPONED
APR-05-2002 H RE-REFERRED TO RULES COMM/RULE 19(A) RULES HRUL
JAN-07-2003 H SESSION SINE DIE
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