Illinois Statutes Chapter 25. Legislature

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  • Act 5. General Assembly Organization Act
  • Act 10. General Assembly Operations Act
  • Act 15. Special Session Act
  • Act 20. House Voting Device Act
  • Act 25. Pre-Filing of Bills Act
  • Act 30. Bill Synopsis Act
  • Act 35. Bill Introduction and Duplication Act
  • Act 40. Governor's Bill Action Report Act
  • Act 50. Fiscal Note Act
  • Act 55. Pension Impact Note Act
  • Act 60. Judicial Note Act
  • Act 65. State Debt Impact Note Act
  • Act 70. Correctional Budget and Impact Note Act
  • Act 75. Home Rule Note Act
  • Act 80. Balanced Budget Note Act
  • Act 82. Housing Affordability Impact Note Act
  • Act 85. Legislative Commission Hearing Act
  • Act 90. General Assembly Appointments Act
  • Act 95. General Assembly Appointing Authority Act
  • Act 100. Debate Transcript Act
  • Act 105. Legislative Materials Act
  • Act 110. Reports to Legislative Research Unit Act
  • Act 115. General Assembly Compensation Act
  • Act 120. Compensation Review Act
  • Act 130. Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984
  • Act 135. Legislative Reference Bureau Act
  • Act 140. Statute Computerization Act
  • Act 145. Legislative Information System Act
  • Act 150. Legislative Audit Commission Act
  • Act 155. Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability Act
  • Act 157. Illinois Revenue Volatility Study Act
  • Act 160. General Assembly Staff Assistants Act
  • Act 165. National Conference of State Legislatures Act
  • Act 170. Lobbyist Registration Act

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