New laws for 2014
you don’t want to miss
Starting in 2014, drivers caught holding cell phones up to their
ears could be subject to a $75 fine. Using a Blue Tooth h...
Recognizing that some conditions respond better to therapeutic
qualities of cannabis than traditional medication, the Gene...
Under previous Illinois law, young people were allowed to tan
with their parents’ permission. However, study after study h...
The idea is that if you’re going to be able to vote in the General
Election, you should be able to help select the candida...
Some restrictions apply. Read more here.

Senate Bill 1639
House Bill 3081 and House Bill 3243
And, you no longer have to fear eavesdropping lawsuits
from your little angels if you read their text messages.

House Bil...
Counties in Chicagoland and suburban St. Louis have the
ability to opt out.

Senate Bill 2356
Now there are higher penalties for speeding by workers and
lower penalties when the worksite is empty.

House Bill 1814
Senate Bill 923
However, schools still have the ability to opt out of sex ed all
together, and parents can take their kids out of the clas...
House Bill 2992
The winery can cork it and send it home with you. Illinois
already has a similar law for restaurants. The wine must be
re-...
The Illinois Tollway will be allowed to post names of people
with the highest outstanding tolls on its website, much like ...
Read a complete list of
all new laws taking effect on
January 1.

Illinoissenatedemocrats.com
Top 14 New Illinois Laws for 2014
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  • @PhillipHarris3 be careful about who you let drive the car... if the kids are doing this I would revoke their driving privilege.... if the spouse is doing this, hmmm well I guess that is an issue you have to take up together. I would assume they are going to post the name of the person who the vehicle is registered to... maybe they should post the pic of the driver too?
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  • @jeremyrich71 problem is you think you are above the law... Laws are made for a reason and you don't get to pick and choose which ones you think you should be exempt from. No matter what you think, it has been proven that seat belts save lives. I have worked as a paramedic and have seen what a human body looks like going through the windshield of a car because they weren't seat-belted in. Regardless of whether or not you think you should obey these laws or not, if you are caught you will pay the price. Hopefully you won't injure anyone else while you are talking on the cell phone while driving, other than yourself!
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  • I do have to say that I can agree with most of these laws since I live in Chicagoland, but I do have a few comments
    #6.. shouldn't cigarette butts already considered trash?
    #7.. if my kids decided to sue me for reading their text messages, they would be out on their butts w/o a cell phone.
    #8.. what good is the speeding law going to be? I already see most people driving over 70, unless traffic is at a compete stop...lol
    #10.. school bus cameras should have been done a long time ago.
    #11.. birth control in sex ed classes... guess I already thought they were being taught that. They did back in my day.
    #12.. being from a divorced family, I think this is total BS....what if the kids don't want to be with the other parent? Now you have to waste more money to go back to court so you don't have to do this!!
    #14 Hoorah... thumbs up!!!
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  • all r stupid except school bus law
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  • I assumed all these laws were going to be backwards and narrow minded because its illinois, shows what i know i agreed with them all
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Top 14 New Illinois Laws for 2014

  1. 1. New laws for 2014 you don’t want to miss
  2. 2. Starting in 2014, drivers caught holding cell phones up to their ears could be subject to a $75 fine. Using a Blue Tooth headset or speakerphone are both still acceptable as long as they can be activated by a voice command or single-button touch. Read more. House Bill 1247
  3. 3. Recognizing that some conditions respond better to therapeutic qualities of cannabis than traditional medication, the General Assembly passed legislation allowing patients suffering from certain specific conditions to use medical marijuana with their doctors’ permission. The Illinois Department of Public Health is in charge of setting up the system. Learn more. House Bill 1
  4. 4. Under previous Illinois law, young people were allowed to tan with their parents’ permission. However, study after study has demonstrated that tanning – particularly during your formative years – greatly increases the risk of cancer. The new law prohibits all commercial tanning facilities from allowing people younger than 18 to tan unless they have a doctor’s prescription. Underage tanning in private homes is still allowed. House Bill 188
  5. 5. The idea is that if you’re going to be able to vote in the General Election, you should be able to help select the candidates you will be voting for. For example, if you will be 18 in November of 2014, you can vote in the March primary in addition to the General Election. House Bill 226
  6. 6. Some restrictions apply. Read more here. Senate Bill 1639
  7. 7. House Bill 3081 and House Bill 3243
  8. 8. And, you no longer have to fear eavesdropping lawsuits from your little angels if you read their text messages. House Bill 64 and House Bill 3038
  9. 9. Counties in Chicagoland and suburban St. Louis have the ability to opt out. Senate Bill 2356
  10. 10. Now there are higher penalties for speeding by workers and lower penalties when the worksite is empty. House Bill 1814
  11. 11. Senate Bill 923
  12. 12. However, schools still have the ability to opt out of sex ed all together, and parents can take their kids out of the classes if they find the content objectionable. Read more here. House Bill 2675
  13. 13. House Bill 2992
  14. 14. The winery can cork it and send it home with you. Illinois already has a similar law for restaurants. The wine must be re-corked and placed in a tamper-evident bag. Senate Bill 722
  15. 15. The Illinois Tollway will be allowed to post names of people with the highest outstanding tolls on its website, much like a Most-Wanted list. Senate Bill 1214
  16. 16. Read a complete list of all new laws taking effect on January 1. Illinoissenatedemocrats.com

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