The Department of Healthcare and Family Services ("HFS") adopted a new amendment aimed at resolving claims for Medicaid medical payments related to inaccurate or updated enrollment information (40 Ill. Reg. 15645).
The appellate court upheld the dismissal of a parent's motion to modify parenting time under section 610.5(e) where the trial court found "an additional overnight every 14 days [was] not a minor modification as contemplated by [the section]."
With no retroactive effect, the Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act aims to void contracts that are deemed against public policy for indemnifying service providers who remove snow and ice for private parties.
Recent amendments adopted by the Illinois Community College Board implemented changes to the Illinois Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA") regarding records, specific procedures, and provisions for appealing a denied request.
Rodriguez was convicted of first-degree murder when he was 15-years-old. On appeal, Rodriguez argued that the trial court erroneously denied his motion to suppress evidence found during a search of his home.
Amendments were adopted to the Access to Local Records of the Department of Human Rights modifying the Department of Human Rights' regulations regarding the cost for on-site training conducted by the Department's Training Institute.