Fran Hurley 

House Resolution 719
Congratulates the Marist High School varsity volleyball team, the RedHawks, on winning the 2017 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 4A State Championship.

Breast Density Inform Law for Illinois
I intend to co-sponsor a bill, upon it being filed later this month, which would require that women be notified when their breast tissue is dense; and also about the implications of breast density on cancer detection.

Wondering about a Bill?
Visit for more information on proposed legislation and bill movements.

Updated January 2018


Thursday, January 4, 2018
Hiring Fair
Brother Rice High School
10001 S. Pulaski, Chicago
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Women’s Self-defense Seminar
Palos Park Recreation Center
8901 W. 123rd St., Palos Park
6:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 20, 2018
Coffee and Conversation
Starbucks (inside Jewel)
3243 W. 115th St., Merrionette Park
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

​​​Legislative News


​​​​​State Representative 35th District

Bill Update


​January 1, 2018

Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed your holidays! And I wish you a happy and healthy 2018. 

Our spring legislative session is about to begin and I am looking forward to continuing my work in Springfield in 2018.

Protecting first responders has always been a priority of mine, and I am proud to be the chair of the House Police and First Responders Committee. I have been working on moving a bill through the legislature that I introduced in 2017, HB 3148, which would require local governments to post a notice on structurally damaged or unsafe buildings posing a potential risk to police or fire fighters responding to an emergency. Such buildings would be identified with a large, noticeable marking such as the red "X". By marking these buildings with a red X or something similar, first responders can act accordingly in an emergency to keep themselves and their colleagues safe.

The bill idea originated from a conversation I had with a constituent while walking door-to-door. I have discussed the bill in front of the House Construction Industry and Code Enforcement Committee, where testimony was heard from the Illinois Fire Fighters Association, City of Chicago, Illinois Fire Inspectors Association, and City of Chicago, Department of Buildings. 

Currently, I am working details of the bill out with stakeholders. Passage of HB 3148 would provide an increase in safety for first responders throughout Illinois.

If you have questions, please contact my constituent service office at 773-445-8128.​