408 bills: A recap of Illinois lawmakers’ moves on crime, spending and more

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A favorite phrase of Illinois House Speaker Chris Welch, D-Hillside, is “It’s a new day in Springfield,” a line meant to signify a break from the iron-fisted rule of former House Speaker Michael Madigan and the ushering in of a more open, inclusive governing process.

Well, the phrase inadvertently took on a different meaning last week as it was literally a new day when lawmakers, staffers and reporters left the Capitol after the final day of the spring legislative session.

Seemingly in no rush, lawmakers worked into the early morning hours of Saturday to finalize a $46.5 billion spending plan and a slew of measures meant to tackle a rise in crime, among other items.

The Senate adjourned at 3:22 a.m. while the House turned out the lights at 6:09 a.m. — just minutes before the sun was to rise over Springfield.

The marathon session put a damper on but did not completely nix the annual post-session party, which took place at a downtown Springfield bar that stayed open until 8:30 a.m. hoping to get some last-minute stragglers from the Statehouse. Most lawmakers would opt to sleep before heading home.

The long day/night at the Capitol is a microcosm of this year’s session — a lot of legislating fit into a very tight window. Lawmakers returned home to their districts with a relatively decent amount to show for ahead of a late June primary and the general election in November.

In total, the Illinois General Assembly passed 408 bills this legislative session. It’s less than the 696 bills that passed last year, but less legislating is to be expected in an election year session, let alone one cut short by seven-and-a-half weeks.

Most importantly, lawmakers sent Pritzker a budget that appears to be balanced. Yes, you read that right.



Gov. J.B. Pritzker, flanked by Senate President Don Harmon, left, and House Speaker Emanuel “Chris” Welch, announce April 7 they’ve reached agreement on a budget and tax relief package.




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Between better-than-expected revenues that came in during this current fiscal year and remaining COVID-19 relief dollars, lawmakers for the first time in decades had some wiggle room with the budget.

The budget allocates $1 billion towards the state’s budget stabilization fund, better known as the "rainy day fund," while putting in an extra $500 million above the required $9.6 billion towards the state’s long-underfunded pension system.

Several key buckets, including education, human services and public safety, also saw sizable funding increases under the new spending plan.

And let’s not forget the $1.8 billion tax relief package that was approved. This includes a one-year freeze on the state’s grocery tax, a six-month freeze in the inflationary increase in the motor fuel tax, a sales tax holiday in August for school supplies and clothes, and direct payments to people, including $50 per adult and $100 per child up to three children.

Though most of these measures are one-time or temporary, the package does include the permanent expansion of the state’s Earned Income Tax Credit from 18% to 20% of the federal credit, which could be a major boost for lower- and middle-income households.

There are a few things at play here. First, it’s a lot easier to form a budget when the state’s coffers are flush with cash instead of when fighting over what are usually far more scarce resources.

But it’s also an election year. And with rising prices among the top issues for voters, it was evident that the supermajority Democrats would include a tax relief package in the budget.

There is some gimmickry involved, including a requirement that gas stations post a small sign next to each pump informing people of the suspension of the 2.2 cent increase.

When lawmakers voted to double the state’s gas tax just a few years ago, there was no such requirement to inform people of the increase. Funny how that works.

Many Republicans will point to the sunset dates on many of the relief measures and claim election-year politics. A fair point. Though Democrats are also correct to point out that these are temporary measures to address what is hopefully a temporary spike in inflation.

And $1.8 billion may seem like a large number, but in a state with more than 12 million people, the tax relief may only amount to a few hundred bucks per household. 

There is also a fair argument to be made that instead of providing marginal tax relief, the extra money would have been better spent by dropping even more into the state’s pension system.

The extra $500 million is nothing to sneeze at — and it will save the state $1.8 billion over the long haul. But the unfunded pension liability remains north of $130 billion. With the unprecedented surplus, many budget experts would likely concur that paying down long-term liabilities would be more prudent.

But at the same time, it’s understandable why lawmakers did what they did. They’re the ones who have to face voters this fall. And by providing some tax relief, it at the very least shows they are aware of inflationary pressures that are hitting their communities.

Also, do not be surprised if this budget results in another credit rating upgrade for the state. Illinois would still rank at the bottom among all states, but progress is progress.

Beyond the budget, Democrats offered a slew of public safety measures meant to address a rise in crime.

Among the most significant was legislation cracking down on smash-and-grab organized retail crime. It essentially allows state’s attorneys to prosecute offenders for the whole crime, even if some occurred in other jurisdictions. Though some tougher provisions were taken out at the last minute, business groups have hailed it as the strongest legislation combating organized retail theft in the country.



Rep. Dave Vella, D-Rockford, speaks at a news conference about an anti-crime package from Illinois Democrats on April 4 in Springfield. 




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Other crime measures include a pair of bills to address carjackings, a measure banning "ghost guns" that are untraceable due to the lack of serial numbers and the establishment of a co-responders pilot program with select police departments that would coordinate social services with violence survivors.

There were several other “pro-police” measures that passed with strong bipartisan majorities.

This reflects the anxiety voters feel over crime across the state and the perceived vulnerability of Democrats, who passed a slew of criminal justice reform measures last year. Republicans have blamed those laws, many of which have yet to take full effect, for the rise in crime.

The issue has become a central theme in Republican campaigns across the state.

That likely won’t change even with the measures that passed this session, but Democrats at the very least can make the case that they did something to address crime.

There were bills that passed addressing a whole number of topics this session.

But here are two fun ones to end on — House Bill 4261 establishes the dolostone as the state’s official rock and House Bill 4881 designates the reptile Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum, better known as the Eastern Milksnake, as the state’s official snake. Both were initiatives of Illinois schoolchildren.

And now, lawmakers have slithered out of Springfield with hopes of rocking the vote this fall.

Most popular girl names in the 60s in Illinois

What’s in a name?

Every new parent faces the difficult decision of choosing the perfect name for a newborn. First names rarely get changed after being assigned and carry with them a wide range of meanings and associations. This creates a lot of pressure on expectant parents to pick the perfect moniker for their little ones.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, many parents end up choosing the same names over and over. Research suggests that we pick specific names implying desired characteristics about our children, selecting names for boys and girls intended to shape them. Male monikers are commonly inspired by political, cultural, and personal influences that suggest good, masculine, and well-rounded people.

The 1960s are commonly associated with tie-dye-clad hippies, psychedelic experimentation, and rock ‘n’ roll icons like the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. But underneath the flower power, free love exterior, the ‘60s were a period of radical social and political change—not only in the United States but around the world. The decade was one characterized by a host of juxtapositions; anger and fear over injustice and uneasy political conditions lived alongside notions of musical awakening and pacifist harmony.

Stacker compiled a list of the most popular baby names for boys in the ‘60s in Illinois using data from the Social Security Administration. Names are ranked by number of babies born. The names in this list represent the distinct intersection of Baby Boomer and Gen X and a reflection of some of the most well-known celebrities, musicians, and trends of the time. Keep reading to see if your name was among the most popular in the ‘60s in your home state.




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#50. Rhonda

Rhonda is a name of Welsh origin meaning "good lance".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,670

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 5 (#813 most common name, data not available compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #44

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 93,607




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#49. Rebecca

Rebecca is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "servant of God".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,721

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 589 (#219 most common name, -87.5% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #41

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 99,468




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#48. Cindy

Cindy is a name of Greek origin meaning "woman from Mount Kynthos".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,742

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 85 (#1109 (tie) most common name, -98.2% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #46

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 91,589




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#47. Melissa

Melissa is a name of Greek origin meaning "honey bee".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,767

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 655 (#192 most common name, -86.3% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #33

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 119,212




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#46. Jacqueline

Jacqueline is a name of French origin meaning "may God protect".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,812

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 600 (#213 most common name, -87.5% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #51

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 84,366




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#45. Jill

Jill is a name of English origin meaning "child of the gods".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,853

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 600 (#213 most common name, data not available compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #61

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 69,144




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#44. Maria

Maria is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "sea of bitterness".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,870

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 1,102 (#112 most common name, -77.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #49

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 88,642




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#43. Robin

Robin is a name of German origin meaning "fame-bright".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,979

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 65 (#1301 most common name, -98.7% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #34

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 118,322




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#42. Catherine

Catherine is a name of Greek origin meaning "pure".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 4,988

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 618 (#208 most common name, -87.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #56

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 76,791




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#41. Margaret

Margaret is a name of Greek origin meaning "pearl".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 5,466

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 1,170 (#104 most common name, -78.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #53

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 81,869




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#40. Tracy

Tracy is a name of Irish origin meaning "fighter".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 5,545

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 5 (#3152 (tie) most common name, -99.9% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #39

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 103,778




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#39. Janet

Janet is a name of Scottish origin meaning "God is gracious".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 5,686

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 73 (#1219 (tie) most common name, -98.7% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #47

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 89,307




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#38. Theresa

Theresa is a name of Greek origin meaning "late summer".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 5,774

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 92 (#1047 (tie) most common name, -98.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #42

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 97,120




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#37. Kathy

Kathy is a name of Greek origin meaning "pure".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 5,819

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 26 (#1910 most common name, -99.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #40

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 101,119




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#36. Teresa

Teresa is a name of Greek origin meaning "huntress".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 6,201

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 195 (#577 most common name, -96.9% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #25

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 151,770




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#35. Carol

Carol is a name of German origin meaning "free man".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 6,597

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 55 (#1416 most common name, -99.2% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #38

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 112,341




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#34. Amy

Amy is a name of French origin meaning "beloved".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 6,751

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 605 (#210 most common name, -91.0% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #35

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 116,789




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#33. Kelly

Kelly is a name of Irish origin meaning "bright-headed".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 6,983

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 305 (#389 most common name, -95.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #30

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 128,078




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#32. Tina

Tina is a name of English origin meaning "river".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 7,013

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 13 (#2320 most common name, -99.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #31

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 126,385




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#31. Brenda

Brenda is a name of Norse origin meaning "sword".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 7,397

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 166 (#683 (tie) most common name, -97.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #19

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 164,483




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#30. Cheryl

Cheryl is a name of Greek origin meaning "cherry fruit".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 7,750

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 166 (#683 (tie) most common name, data not available compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #28

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 135,650




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#29. Diane

Diane is a name of Latin origin meaning "divine".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 7,856

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 31 (#1789 most common name, -99.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #36

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 114,441




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#28. Denise

Denise is a name of Greek origin meaning "to be devoted to Bacchus".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,053

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 185 (#604 (tie) most common name, -97.7% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #29

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 128,834




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#27. Tammy

Tammy is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "palm tree".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,342

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 185 (#604 (tie) most common name, data not available compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #13

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 182,218




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#26. Sharon

Sharon is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "a fertile plain".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,528

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 74 (#1210 most common name, -99.1% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #23

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 154,883




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#25. Angela

Angela is a name of Latin origin meaning "messenger of God".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,579

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 592 (#217 most common name, -93.1% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #22

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 159,248




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#24. Kathleen

Kathleen is a name of Irish origin meaning "pure".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,708

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 167 (#676 (tie) most common name, -98.1% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #32

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 120,967




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#23. Barbara

Barbara is a name of Greek origin meaning "foreign".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,928

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 104 (#978 (tie) most common name, -98.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #21

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 159,750




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#22. Nancy

Nancy is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "grace".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 8,972

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 134 (#805 most common name, -98.5% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #26

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 142,707




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#21. Dawn

Dawn is a name of English origin meaning "daybreak".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,061

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 22 (#2011 most common name, -99.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #37

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 114,291




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#20. Debra

Debra is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "bee".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,333

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 22 (#2011 most common name, data not available compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #24

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 153,776




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#19. Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "god is my oath".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,441

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 3,509 (#13 most common name, -62.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #17

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 168,897




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#18. Christine

Christine is a name of English origin meaning "follower of Christ".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,449

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 113 (#905 (tie) most common name, -98.8% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #27

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 139,333




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#17. Jennifer

Jennifer is a name of English origin meaning "white shadow, white wave".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,573

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 578 (#221 (tie) most common name, -94.0% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #20

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 164,429




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#16. Pamela

Pamela is a name of Greek origin meaning "all sweetness".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,963

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 57 (#1392 most common name, -99.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #14

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 181,948




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#15. Lori

Lori is a name of English origin meaning "bay laurel".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 9,964

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 12 (#2377 (tie) most common name, -99.9% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #15

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 176,561




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#14. Sandra

Sandra is a name of Greek origin meaning "defender of man".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 10,062

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 152 (#730 (tie) most common name, -98.5% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #11

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 183,812




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#13. Deborah

Deborah is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "bee".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 10,140

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 73 (#1219 (tie) most common name, -99.3% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #12

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 183,434




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#12. Donna

Donna is a name of Italian origin meaning "lady of the home".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 10,563

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 44 (#1561 most common name, -99.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #8

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 213,457




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#11. Cynthia

Cynthia is a name of Greek origin meaning "moon goddess".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 11,134

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 262 (#455 (tie) most common name, -97.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #10

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 196,606




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#10. Michelle

Michelle is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "who is like God?".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 12,461

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 819 (#153 most common name, -93.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #9

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 208,285




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#9. Julie

Julie is a name of Latin origin meaning "youthful".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 12,535

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 217 (#536 most common name, -98.3% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #18

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 166,151




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#8. Patricia

Patricia is a name of Latin origin meaning "noble".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 13,279

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 175 (#637 (tie) most common name, -98.7% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #6

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 231,137




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#7. Linda

Linda is a name of Italian origin meaning "beautiful".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 13,310

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 136 (#797 most common name, -99.0% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #7

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 225,412




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#6. Laura

Laura is a name of Latin origin meaning "bay laurel plant".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 14,160

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 327 (#370 most common name, -97.7% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #16

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 174,184




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#5. Kimberly

Kimberly is a name of English origin meaning "from the wood of the royal forest".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 15,870

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 1,034 (#121 most common name, -93.5% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #5

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 259,092




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#4. Karen

Karen is a name of Danish origin meaning "pure".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 16,373

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 261 (#458 most common name, -98.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #4

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 286,044




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#3. Susan

Susan is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "lily".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 18,066

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 114 (#899 most common name, -99.4% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #3

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 287,661




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#2. Mary

Mary is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "drop of the sea".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 22,458

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 856 (#146 most common name, -96.2% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #2

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 355,223




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#1. Lisa

Lisa is a name of English origin meaning "God’s promise".

Illinois

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 25,554

– Number of babies from 2010 to 2019: 94 (#1036 most common name, -99.6% compared to the 60s)

National

– Rank: #1

– Number of babies from 1960 to 1969: 496,980




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