Illinois HB 2373 – Provides that no agency of the State shall disclose the personal information of a driver with a driver’s license issued by the State
April 17, 2019 • bill tracker
Illinois•Assembly / House
Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that no agency of the State shall disclose the personal information of a driver with a driver's license issued by the State to another state or an interstate motor vehicle information network for the purpose of imposing or collecting a fine or penalty resulting from an alleged violation committed in another state that was captured by an automated speed enforcement system or automated traffic law enforcement system located in that state. Defines "interstate motor vehicle information network". Full Bill Text
UPDATE January 4, 2021: Bill died in committee
HB 2373 was introduced on February 13, 2019, was referred to the House Rules Committee and then assigned to the Transportation: Vehicles & Safety Committee. As of March 29, the bill was re-referred to the Rules Committee.
As the title of the bill makes clear, enactment would prohibit any state agency from sharing the personal information of the holder of an Illinois driver’s license with other states tied to attempted collection of a fine for an alleged automated enforcement infraction committed outside of Illinois.
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