This summary lists the bills that were reported passed by the Senate on May 10. More information about these bills is available at the Illinois General Assembly Web site at https://ilga.gov/ .
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Bills that were reported passed by the Senate on May 10
Illinois State Police (HB 3655): Renames the Illinois Department of State Police to the Illinois State Police (ISP) to reflect an Executive Order of the Governor. Makes additional changes to modernize the ISP statute, including restructuring agency divisions, eliminating non-existent positions, consolidating code sections, adding a new agency division of Academy and Training, and eliminating old sections.
Illinois Credit Unions (HB 3698): Allows credit unions to serve targeted populations in addition to investment areas. Also, authorizes credit unions to meet virtually, appoint associate directors, and to meet quarterly rather than monthly. A credit union can loan or invest up to 6 percent, rather than 3 percent, into a credit union service organization.
Uninsured Motorists (HB 3855): Provides that any motor vehicle operator subject to registration under a similar law of another state is subject to the fines and penalties imposed under the Illinois Vehicle Code.
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