Illinois Representative Natalie Manley [D] | Resolutions | Introduced

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ILHR0726IntroUrges the Director of Public Health, the Director of Veterans' Affairs, and Governor Rauner's administration to provide a comprehensive report to the General Assembly that includes detailed timelines of what information the Illinois Veteran's Home at...
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2018-01-04
Added Co-Sponsor Rep. Lawrence Walsh, Jr.
ILHR0533IntroUrges members of the General Assembly and the Governor to continue working on cutting waste and streamlining State government.
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2017-12-15
To House Rules Committee
ILHR0116IntroDeclares opposition to raising the sales taxes on food and drugs.
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2017-12-07
To House Rules Committee
ILHJR0032IntroMakes application to Congress under the provisions of Article V of the Constitution of the United States for the calling of a convention of the states limited to proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restrai...
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2017-11-08
To House Rules Committee
ILHR0148IntroOpposes any new taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages.
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2017-10-10
To House Rules Committee
ILHR0027IntroStates the opinion of the Illinois House of Representatives that the proposed educational pension cost shift from the State of Illinois to local school districts, community colleges, and institutions of higher education is financially wrong.
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2017-09-28
To House Rules Committee
ILHR0038IntroRecognizes that the normal cost of pensions for State educators is the responsibility of the State and that the General Assembly should not use the current budget crisis as a reason to shift its financial responsibility for State pension costs to the...
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2017-09-28
To House Rules Committee
ILHR0028IntroStates the body's opposition to any additional taxes on advertising or advertising-related services and states the belief that Illinois' present fiscal crisis must be managed in other ways besides a new tax on business owners throughout the State.
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2017-09-28
To House Rules Committee
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