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How do I download transcripts from the General Assemblys website?

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How do I download transcripts from the General Assemblys website?

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If you want to research legislative history of a bill, you must know which days the bill was debated in each chamber (House and Senate). Debate transcripts on the General Assembly Web site are organized by day. Generally, you will start by looking at the Bill Status to determine the days the bill was on the order of second readings (floor amendments), third reading, concurrence, and conference committee reports in each chamber. This information is on the General Assembly website under the heading “Additional Resources.” Click on “Previous Assemblies.” You will need Adobe Acrobat to download the transcripts. To look for a bill in the 77th General Assembly through the 89th General Assembly, here is an example. If you are searching for Senate Bill 59 from the 82nd General Assembly: Make sure you are on the General Assembly website, www.ilga.gov. Double-click “Previous Assemblies,” which is under the heading of “Additional Resources.” On the drop-down arrow find “82nd,” click “Go,” double-

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