Rep. Nicole La Ha Advocates for Seniors

Springfield, IL…Representative Nicole La Ha (R-Lemont) supports legislation to protect and empower seniors in Illinois. As a dedicated advocate for the senior community, Rep. Nicole La Ha is co-sponsoring important bills that address concerns affecting seniors.

“I am committed to advocating for the rights and well-being of our state’s seniors,” said Rep. Nicole La Ha. “This legislation is crucial to ensure seniors are protected, supported, and empowered in our communities. I’m honored for the opportunity to represent their needs as State Representative of the 82nd District.”

HB4447 seeks to protect consumers from being targeted by unethical practices. This bill prohibits the solicitation of extended warranties through the mail and strengthens regulations that safeguard personal information.

HB5425 would provide financial relief to seniors who are facing high property tax burdens in their retirement years.

HB4431 looks to end an ageist requirement for seniors over 75 by eliminating the mandatory retaking of a road test for a driver’s license renewal.

HB4990 protects seniors by strengthening regulations against aggressive and deceptive spam calling practices.

HB4244 would raise the maximum income of the Low-Income Senior Citizens Assessment Freeze Homestead Exemption from $65,000 to $80,000.

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