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Witness Slips For SB0669  102nd General Assembly

SB0669
Senate Amendment 001   Senate Amendment 002
Bill Status


Legislation: SB0669
Proponents: 19Opponents: 1No Position: 0
 
NameFirm, Business Or AgencyRepresenting
Hearing Date and Time: Higher Education (H) 5/12/2021 2:00 PM
Adam BraunIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
Ashley WrightIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
David SchwartzSelfSelf
Greg JonesIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
John CoultasIllinois Department of Financial and Professional RegulationIllinois Department of Finacial and Professional Regulation
Sam TuttleDanu Center For Strategic AdvocacyLegal Action Chicago
Sarah LabadieWomen EmployedWomen Employed
Hearing Date and Time: Higher Education (S) 4/13/2021 5:30 PM
Ashley WrightIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
David SchwartzSelfSelf
John CoultasIllinois Department of Financial and Professional RegulationIllinois Department of Finacial and Professional Regulation
Joseph SandersIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
Sarah LabadieWomen EmployedWomen Employed
Hearing Date and Time: Higher Education (S) 3/23/2021 5:00 PM
Ashley WrightIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
Christina WardenWomen EmployedSelf
Frank McNeilMcNeil Governmental Services Inc.Woodstock Institute 67 East Madison Chicago , Il 60602
John CoultasIllinois Department of Financial and Professional RegulationIllinois Department of Finacial and Professional Regulation
Joseph SandersIllinois Attorney General's OfficeIlinois Attorney General's Office
Sam TuttleDanu Center For Strategic AdvocacyLegal Action Chicago
Sarah LabadieWomen EmployedWomen Employed