Anti Life Legislation

BAD BILL ALERT: SB1909 Passes through the Illinois House

Yesterday around 5PM, SB1909 – the Deceptive Practices of Limited Services Pregnancy Centers Act – was passed by the House and will move to Governor Pritzker’s desk for his signature. Our next steps will be to urge the Governor to … Continue reading

BILL ALERT: Physician-Assisted Suicide is Coming to Illinois

Yesterday, we received word in Springfield that Illinois legislators may be adding a bill that would forward efforts to legalize physician-assisted suicide before the end of this legislative session (in only two weeks time). Because no legislation has been formally … Continue reading

HR 790—Introduced by Representative Margaret Croke on 3/31/2022

Synopsis As Introduced Declares the belief that the Supreme Court’s decisions in Roe v. Wade and Griswold v. Connecticut were properly decided. Declares opposition to any effort to overturn, undermine, or weaken the precedents.

HR 789—Introduced by Representative Camille Lilly on 3/31/22

HR 789—Introduced by Representative Camille Lilly on 3/31/22 Synopsis As Introduced Declares a commitment to ensuring access to quality health care, including reproductive health care, for women in Illinois. Urges the Illinois Congressional Delegation to support federal legislation and other … Continue reading

HB 5048—Introduced by Representative Anna Moeller on 1/26/22; Passed the House, Sent to the Senate, Senate Sponsor Senator Sarah Feigenholtz—in Postponed in Senate Health Committee

Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Nursing Home Care Act. Provides that facilities licensed under the Act must offer to provide POLST-appropriate residents or their representatives an opportunity to execute the Department of Public Health Uniform POLST form within specified time … Continue reading

HB 4247—Introduced by Representative Barbara Hernandez on 12/03/21 Passed the House, Sent to the Senate, Senate Sponsor Senator Celina Villanueva—in Senate Assignments Committee

Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Public Higher Education Act. Provides that the intent of the Act is for the requirements of the Act to apply equally to the governing board of each public institution of higher education in this State. … Continue reading