Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides the Act may be cited as "Kelsey's Law". Prohibits the issuance of a graduated driver's license to a person under 18 if the person has a traffic citation for which a disposition has not been rendered. Allows the Secretary of State to cancel a minor's driver's license if the Secretary determines that at the time of license issuance, the minor held an instruction permit and had a traffic citation for which a disposition had not been rendered. Allows prosecutors to request the court to invalidate any driver's license if the driver is convicted of a violation of the Illinois Vehicle Code or similar local ordinance, the violation of which was the proximate cause of the death or Type A injury of another.