Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner (R) vetoed Senate Bill 1833, which would have expanded the categories of personal information requiring notice to consumers in the event of a breach.  The governor cited the burdens the bill would have imposed on small businesses.  However, he left the door open to an amended version of the bill, and offered specific amendments.  Since the governor's requested changes are relatively minor, it seems likely the state legislature will send him an amended version this year or next.