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IDPH to withdraw emergency rule as General Assembly pursues related legislation IDPH to withdraw emergency rule as General Assembly pursues related legislation

IDPH to withdraw emergency rule as General Assembly pursues related legislation

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Wednesday that it plans to withdraw a controversial emergency rule that would have allowed for criminal charges against businesses that open in violation of Gov. JB Pritzker’s stay-at-home order.

Republicans hope to block rules making some business openings a crime Republicans hope to block rules making some business openings a crime

Republicans hope to block rules making some business openings a crime

Republicans in the Illinois House said Tuesday they will attempt to block an emergency rule from the Illinois Department of Public Health that makes it a crime for any business to violate Gov. JB Pritzker’s stay-at-home order.

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