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Bills regarding electric vehicles, health workers go to Gov. Pritzker

Controversial laws to redo congressional districts, repeal the parental notification requirement for minors looking for abortions and alter the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act dominated information protection through the General Assembly’s fall session.

But a number of different payments handed and shortly will make their manner to Gov. JB Pritzker’s desk for his signature.

Among them:

Electric autos

This Nov. 14, 2018, photo shows a Rivian R1T at Rivian headquarters in Plymouth, Michigan. Rivian, an electric vehicle startup backed by Amazon, Ford, and other deep-pocketed investors, confidentially filed to become a publicly traded company this week. Rivian said that the initial public offering is expected to take place after the Securities and Exchange Commission completes its review process.

State tax credit which might be a part of a invoice to encourage will increase in electric-vehicle and auto battery manufacturing within the state comply with the latest enactment of clean-energy legislation handed by the General Assembly in September and signed into legislation by Pritzker.

House Bill 1769, a significant precedence of the governor’s that was dubbed the Reimagining Electric Vehicles in Illinois Act, handed the Senate unanimously and by a vote of 110-2 within the House.


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