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Illinois Public Employees Pension Laws Commission - RG 569 | Illinois State Archives

Name: Illinois Public Employees Pension Laws Commission - RG 569


Historical Note:

The Illinois Public Employees Pension Laws Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1963 to make continuing studies of pension laws relating to employees and officers in state and local governmental service. In particular they were to study the financial problems of the several funds in existence and to look for means of correction in order for them to have sound operating procedures and adequate funding. Additionally they were to study the feasibility of codifying pension laws as they applied to public employees and officers. The commission was composed of five House members appointed by the Speaker, five Senate members appointed by the president pro tempore, and five members appointed by the Governor. It was to report regularly to the General Assembly and in its reports to offer drafts of proposed legislation (L. 1963, pp. 727-728). The commission was abolished by the Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984 (P.A. 83-1257, p. 1176).

See also ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF INVESTMENT, RG 307.






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