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ILHB1572IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. In the Downstate Police and Downstate Firefighter Articles, provides that the annual employer contribution shall include an amount sufficient to bring the total assets of the pension fund up to 80% (instead of 90%) o...
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2019-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ILHB1566IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police officers' pension funds and Article 4 firefighters' pension funds into the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible fo...
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2019-03-29
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ILHB1569IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police pension funds into a single Downstate Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible for planning, overseeing, and administering the consolidation...
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2019-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ILHB1567IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police officers' pension funds and Article 4 firefighters' pension funds into the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible fo...
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2019-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ILHB1576IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Creates the Downstate Police Pension Investment Board and the Downstate Firefighter Pension Investment Board. Moves the investment authority of downstate police and firefighter pension funds to those Investment Board...
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2019-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ILHB3321IntroAmends the Downstate Police and Downstate Firefighter Articles of the Illinois Pension Code. Beginning municipal fiscal year 2021, provides that the annual levy and contribution to the fund are equal to (1) the normal cost of the pension fund for the...
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2019-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ILSB1107IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police officers' pension funds and Article 4 firefighters' pension funds into the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible fo...
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2019-03-28
To Senate Assignments Committee
ILSB1106IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police officers' pension funds and Article 4 firefighters' pension funds into the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible fo...
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2019-03-28
To Senate Assignments Committee
ILSB1112IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. In the Downstate Police and Downstate Firefighter Articles, provides that the annual employer contribution shall include an amount sufficient to bring the total assets of the pension fund up to 80% (instead of 90%) o...
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2019-03-28
To Senate Assignments Committee
ILSB1109IntroAmends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police pension funds into a single Downstate Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2021. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible for planning, overseeing, and administering the consolidation...
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2019-03-28
To Senate Assignments Committee
ILSB1910IntroAmends the Downstate Police and Downstate Firefighter Articles of the Illinois Pension Code. Beginning municipal fiscal year 2021, provides that the annual levy and contribution to the fund are equal to (1) the normal cost of the pension fund for the...
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2019-03-28
To Senate Assignments Committee
ILSB1668IntroAmends the Downstate Police and Downstate Firefighter Articles of the Illinois Pension Code. Beginning municipal fiscal year 2021, provides that the annual levy and contribution to the fund are equal to (1) the normal cost of the pension fund for the...
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2019-02-15
To Senate Assignments Committee
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