A Closer Look At Ill.'s New Environmental Legislation

Law360, New York (September 21, 2012, 2:11 PM EDT) -- The Illinois General Assembly's spring 2012 session brought a host of new environmental laws that impact environmental agencies' administrative responsibilities and landfill operations, place additional restrictions on the use of toxic chemicals in Illinois and address nutrient issues.

Just as noteworthy, however, is the number of environmentally related bills that are still considered "active" and may present themselves again during the spring 2013 session. The following are a few highlights from the past legislative session.

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