Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Children and Family Services Act. Provides that no member of the Direct Child Welfare Service Employee License Board may have a pending or indicated report of child abuse or neglect or a pending complaint or criminal conviction of any of the offenses or any conditions set forth in a specified provision of the Child Care Act of 1969. Amends the Child Care Act of 1969. Sets forth non-waivable circumstances under which a person may not receive a license for, have a licensed renewed for, be employed by, or reside in, if an adult person, a child care facility. Provides processes by which an applicant for licensure, a licensee, an employee of a facility licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services, or an adult person residing in a licensed child care facility who was convicted of a felony other than a felony listed in provisions concerning non-waivable circumstances, or has committed other specified offenses, may receive a waiver by the Department or the agency seeking to grant, renew, employ, or issue the license. Contains provisions concerning waiver reviews; appeals of an adverse waiver; Department rules on guidelines for granting a waiver; and other matters. Removes provisions that prohibit a person from receiving a child care facility license or working at a child care facility if the person has been declared a sexually dangerous person or has committed specified offenses.