Legislation

 

Session 2016
SB73 Signed by the Governor – Act 268 CRIME/PUNISHMENT:  Provides for the crime of resisting an officer when one knowingly interferes with a police cordon. (8/1/16)
SB183 Signed by the Governor – Act 271 COSMETOLOGY:  Provides relative to the State Board of Cosmetology. (8/1/16)
SB259 Signed by the Governor – Act 533 REAL ESTATE:  Provides relative to the Louisiana Real Estate License Law. (8/1/16)
SB294 Pending Senate Education STUDENTS:  Provides relative to the release of student information in a health or safety emergency. (gov sig)
SB452 Pending Senate Retirement TEACHERS RETIREMENT:  Allows a participating employer to opt out of the system. (6/30/16) (OR DECREASE APV)
SB453 Signed by the Governor – Act 350 CRIME/PUNISHMENT:  Adds Medicaid fraud to crimes governed by racketeering laws. (gov sig)
SB455 Substitute adopted on the Senate floor. Became SB475 HEALTH CARE:  Provides relative to emergency medical services transporting patients to medical facilities. (9/6/16)
SB475 Signed by the Governor – Act 493 HEALTH CARE:  Creates the Ambulance Transfer Alternatives Task Force. (gov sig)
SR4 Sent to the Secretary of State GOVERNOR:  Requests that the governor issue an executive order directing state agencies and local governments to continue to support the Louisiana State Use Program, managed by Employment Development Services.
SR64 Sent to the Secretary of State SENATE:  Recognizes May 2016 as Building Safety Month.
SR131 Sent to the Secretary of State COMMENDATIONS:  Commends Mrs. Lillie Goff Jones on the celebration of her 90th birthday.
SR192 Sent to the Secretary of State TRANSPORTATION/DEV DEPT:  Requests DOTD to enter into a cooperative endeavor agreement with Tangipahoa Parish or the Manchac Volunteer Fire Department for a new location for a fire station.
Session 2015
SB67 Pending House Transportation, Highways, and Public Works MOTOR VEHICLES: Provides licensing exception to law enforcement officers operating certain law enforcement vehicles. (gov sig) (EG SEE FISC NOTE SG RV See Note)
SB83 Pending House Commerce COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS: Provides relative to exceptions from the issuance of provisional licenses to ex-offenders in order to work in certain fields. (8/1/15)
SB141 Pending Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs TAX EXEMPTIONS: Constitutional amendment to phase-in over a four-year period an exemption from ad valorem property taxes for inventory held by manufacturers, distributors, and retailers, and natural gas held, used, or consumed in providing natural gas storage services or operating natural gas storage facilities. (2/3 – CA13s1(A)) (1/1/16)
SB271 Pending Senate Finance TAX/TAXATION: Provides for equivalency of the special fuels tax with the gasoline tax on motor vehicles that operate on the highways using liquefied natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, or compressed natural gas. (8/1/15) (EG INCREASE SD RV See Note)
SCR18 Pending Senate Health and Welfare HEALTH SERVICES: Authorizes and directs the Louisiana Emergency Response Network (LERN) to organize and facilitate a working group of healthcare providers who deal with victims of trauma to develop recommendations for a Level III Trauma Center in Northeast Louisiana.
SR58 Sent to the Secretary of State SENATE: Designates May 2015 as Building Safety Month.
SR73 Pending Senate Labor and Industrial Relations GOVERNOR: Requests that the governor issue an executive order directing state agencies and local governments to continue to support the Louisiana State Use Program, managed by Employment Development Services.

 

Session 2014
SB72 Signed by the Governor – Act 133 CHILDREN’S CODE: Removes the requirement that certain petitions be verified. (8/1/14) (EN NO IMPACT See Note)
SB313 Signed by the Governor – Act 300 CRIME/PUNISHMENT: Provides for a five year minimum sentence for home invasions. (gov sig) (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
SB354 Subject to call – Senate final passage SCHOOLS: Constitutional Amendment to provide that any public school system created by the legislature shall have the authority granted parish school boards. (2/3 – CA13s1(A))
SB356 Involuntarily deferred in House Administration of Criminal Justice CRIME/PUNISHMENT: Prohibits “drones” from flying over chemical plants or water facilities. (gov sig)
SB433 Signed by the Governor – Act 128 PUBLIC LANDS: Provides for the transfer of certain state properties in East Baton Rouge Parish. (gov sig)
SB483 Pending in Conference Committee (Senate) LOANS: Repeals certain outdated information collection and reporting requirements of the Louisiana Deferred Presentment and Small Loan Act. (8/1/14)
SB484 Pending Senate Education SCHOOLS: Provides relative to the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board and school system. (8/1/14)
SB636 Failed House final passage SCHOOLS: Provides relative to the organization and management of large school systems. (8/1/14) (RE SEE FISC NOTE LF EX)
SB637 Signed by the Governor – Act 773 COSMETOLOGY: Provides relative to the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology. (8/1/14)
SB638 Pending Senate Local and Municipal Affairs TAX/LOCAL: Provides relative to St. George incorporation; creates the St. George Transition District; and provides for the interim continuation of services and interim collection of certain sales taxes. (gov sig)
SB672 Subject to call – Senate final passage SCHOOLS: Provides relative to the membership and election of members of the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board. (8/1/14)
SCR40 Pending Senate Judiciary B PRIVATE SECURITY: Reduces the amount of insurance required of licensed private security companies for care, custody, and control from $500,000 to $100,000.
SCR74 Sent to the Secretary of State COMMENDATIONS: Commends the Southeastern Football Team for setting a single season school record for victories.
SCR82 Sent to the Secretary of State COMMENDATIONS: Commends the Southeastern Louisiana University women’s soccer team, the Lady Lions for earning an NCAA Tournament bid.
SCR84 Sent to the Secretary of State COMMENDATIONS: Commends the Southeastern Louisiana University men’s indoor track and field team upon earning the 2014 Southland Conference Title and Coach Sean Brady on being named the Southland Conference Men’s Indoor Coach of the Year.

 

Session 2013
SB43
Signed by the Governor – Act 59
WEAPONS:  Provides relative to the crime of manufacture and possession of a bomb. (gov sig)
SB103
Signed by the Governor – Act 213
MOTOR VEHICLES:  Provides for issuance of an economic and medical hardship driver’s license in certain situations. (8/1/13)
SB198
Substitute adopted on the Senate floor. Became SB262
HEALTH CARE:  Consolidates the functions of the Louisiana Emergency Response Network and the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services into the the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services and Response Network. (gov sig) (2/3 – CA7s2.1(A)) (OR -$251,678 GF EX See Note)
SB199
Signed by the Governor – Act 295
SCHOOLS:  Creates and provides for the Southeast Baton Rouge Community School Board and school system in East Baton Rouge Parish. (See Act) (RE INCREASE GF EX See Note)
SCR45
Sent to the Secretary of State
SCHOOLS:  Requests the LCTCS Board of Supervisors to open the new Baton Rouge Community College Workforce Training Center as soon as possible.
SCR89
Sent to the Secretary of State
COMMENDATIONS:  Commends St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School girls basketball team on winning the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 2A Basketball State Championship.
SCR90
Sent to the Secretary of State
COMMENDATIONS:  Commends the St. Thomas Acquinas Regional Catholic High School boys basketball team on being the LHSAA Class 2A State Runner-Up.
SCR101
Sent to the Secretary of State
HEALTH/HOSPITALS DEPT:  Requests the Department of Health and Hospitals to protect certain hospitals from the negative financial consequences of the closure of the Earl K. Long Medical Center by adequately compensating such hospitals for their increased burden of providing health care to the poor and uninsured residents of the greater Baton Rouge region.
SR64
Sent to the Secretary of State
CONDOLENCES:  Expresses condolences upon the death of Frank M. Jordan.
SR112
Sent to the Secretary of State
COMMENDATIONS:  Commends the Central Private School boys basketball team for winning the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools overall basketball championship.
SR113
Sent to the Secretary of State
COMMENDATIONS:  Commends Central Private School boys baseball team upon winning the MAIS AA State Championship.
SR203
Sent to the Secretary of State
SCHOOLS:  Authorizes the chairman of the Senate Committee on Education to appoint a subcommittee to study issues affecting school environment.
SB313
Signed by the Governor – Act 300
CRIME/PUNISHMENT:  Provides for a five year minimum sentence for home invasions. (gov sig) (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
SB356
Involuntarily deferred in House Administration of Criminal Justice

Considered 4/29/14

CRIME/PUNISHMENT:  Prohibits “drones” from flying over chemical plants or water facilities. (gov sig)
SB433
Signed by the Governor – Act 128
PUBLIC LANDS:  Provides for the transfer of certain state properties in East Baton Rouge Parish. (gov sig)
SB637
Signed by the Governor – Act 773
COSMETOLOGY:  Provides relative to the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology. (8/1/14)
Session 2012
SB122 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 536 SEX OFFENSES – Provides relative to the registration of sex offenders. (gov sig)
SB136 WITHDRAWN FROM THE FILES OF THE SENATE PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION CHILDREN – Provides for the reporting procedures for suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. (gov sig)
SB299 FAILED HOUSE FINAL PASSAGE SCHOOLS – Constitutional amendment to grant the Southeast Baton Rouge community school system in East Baton Rouge Parish the same authority granted parishes relative to MFP funding and raising revenue for schools. (2/3 – CA13s1(A)) (EG NO IMPACT EX See Note)
SB300 ASSIGNED TO SENATE & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
Considered on 4/11/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)
ELECTED OFFICIALS – Provides relative to disclosure of limited tax information of a candidate for office. (8/1/12)
SB305 ASSIGNED TO HOUSE EDUCATION
Scheduled to be heard on 5/22/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)
SCHOOLS – Constitutional amendment to remove geographic limitations on the legislature’s authority to create new school boards and provide relative to the financing of public education. (2/3 – CA13sl(A)) (RE SEE FISC NOTE EX See Note)
SB306 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 547
DWI – Provides relative to cleansing period for prior DWI convictions. (gov sig)
SB307 ASSIGNED TO SENATE JUDICIARY B
Considered on 4/3/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)
LAW ENFORCEMENT – Authorizes sheriffs to participate in the interception of certain communications. (8/1/12)
SB390 PENDING IN CONFERENCE COMMITTEE JUVENILES – Provides relative to jurisdiction over certain juvenile proceedings. (8/1/12)
SB395 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 654
SPECIAL DISTRICTS – Creates the Carmel Acres Crime Prevention and Improvement District in East Baton Rouge Parish. (8/1/12)
SB399 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 328
UTILITIES – Provides relative to the powers and bylaws of electric cooperatives. (8/1/12)
SB538 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 562
SAFETY REGULATIONS – Provides relative to the Commercial Building Energy Conservation Code. (8/1/12)
SB563 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 797
SCHOOLS – Creates and provides for the Southeast Baton Rouge Community School Board and school system in East Baton Rouge Parish. (See Act) (EN +$1,200,000 GF EX See Note)
SB724 ASSIGNED TO SENATE COMMERCE, CONSUMER PROTECTION, & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Scheduled to be heard on 5/16/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – Provides relative to the Louisiana Quality Jobs Programs Act. (8/1/12)
SB737 ASSIGNED TO SENATE REVENUE & FISCAL AFFAIRS TAX/SALES – Requires certain precollection procedures if a political subdivision denies a taxpayer certain exemptions as a result of an audit. (gov sig)
SCR80 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE LEGIS POWERS/FUNCTIONS – Commemorates the 225th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution and recognizes the contributions of the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution and the Daughters of the American Revolution National Society.
SCR123 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE LEGIS POWERS/FUNCTIONS – Commemorates the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and “The Star Spangled Banner”.
Session 2011
HB5 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 24 LAW ENFORCE/OFFICERS – Authorizes sheriffs and deputy sheriffs with at least 16 years of active service to purchase their service firearms upon retirement
HB86 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 67 CRIME – Provides relative to sexual abuse of a person with a physical or mental disability (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
HB192 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 81 PUBLIC CONTRACT/BIDS – Authorizes public entities to require electronic bidding
HB407 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 20 COURTS/DISTRICT – Establishes a judicial building fund for the construction of a new courthouse in the Twenty-First Judicial District Court in Livingston Parish (EN +$1,366,860 LF RV See Note)
HB638 SENT TO THE GOVERNOR MTR VEHICLE/DRIVER LIC – Provides for the suspension of drivers’ licenses in certain cases involving vehicular homicide
HCR120 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE JUVENILES – Requests the Juvenile Justice Reform Act Implementation Commission to commission a study to assess the current state of the juvenile justice system and issue recommendations for a five-year plan for reform
HCR171 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS – Urges and requests certain governmental entities to assist Livingston Parish in the successful resolution of outstanding administrative appeals filed with FEMA for reimbursement of costs associated with debris removal in the aftermath of Hurricane Gustav
2010 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB95 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 347 CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE – Provides with respect to grand jury selection (EN NO IMPACT See Note)
HB130 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 352 CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE – Provides for procedural changes for the conducting of hearings regarding probation violations (EN INCREASE LF EX See Note)
HB608 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 260 CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE – Provides for the use of affidavits or other written evidence submitted by facsimile or electronic means in probable cause determinations
HB609 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 524 CRIME – Provides with respect to the crime of home invasion (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
HB745 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 598 SCHOOLS/DISTRICTS – Provides relative to the transfer of certain 16th section lands from EBR Parish School System to Central Community School System and authorizes Vermilion Parish School Board to sell certain 16th section lands (EN +$8,000 LF RV See Note)
HB761 ASSIGNED TO SENATE & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Considered on 6/3/2010 ETHICS/FINANCIAL DISCLOS – Provides for the application of certain financial disclosure provisions to certain parish and municipal employees (RE SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
HB880 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 47 WATERWAYS – Establishes a state criminal penalty for violation of a federally established safety or security zone on waterways
HB917 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 608 CRIME – Amends definition of “funds” with respect to the crime of money laundering
HB985 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 934 HEALTH SERVICES – Establishes the La. Emergency Response Network as the lead agency to govern, develop, and manage a comprehensive statewide trauma system that would address trauma and time-sensitive illness (EN INCREASE SD EX See Note)
HB1007 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 301 SUITS AGAINST STATE – Provides relative to the La. Governmental Claims Act
HB1018 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 398 MALPRACTICE/MEDICAL – Provides relative to medical malpractice claims of prisoners
HB1169 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 103 ENVIRONMENT/AIR – Provides for toxic air pollution emissions
HB1214 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 1035 HOMELAND SECURITY – Establishes an Intrastate Mutual Aid Compact (EN SEE FISC NOTE See Note)
HB1297 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 627 CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL – Provides relative to the qualifications of certain members appointed to municipal fire and police civil service boards
HCR109 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS – Memorializes congress to enact legislation that will result in meaningful reforms to the regulation of the financial services industry and enhance investor protections
HCR146 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE SPECIAL DAY/WEEK/MONTH – Recognizes May 9-15, 2010, as Police Week and May 15, 2010, as Peace Officers Memorial Day, commends law enforcement officers, and encourages all citizens to join in the week’s commemorative tributes
2009 Regular Session
Instruments by
Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB283 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 57 DISTRICTS/NEIGHBORHOOD – Creates the Greenwood Crime Prevention and Improvement District in East Baton Rouge Parish
HB297 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 91 CRIME/RACKETEERING – Amends the criminal penalty for the crime of racketeering (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
HB840 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 524 HOMELAND SECURITY – Requires each parish to create an advisory committee on emergency management (EN INCREASE LF EX See Note)
HCR152 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS – Directs the Office of Financial Institutions to report to the joint committees on commerce regarding Stanford Financial Group
HR56 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE TRANSPORTATION – Urges and requests the Capital Region Planning Commission, Transportation Committee for East Baton Rouge Parish to study the extension of Hooper Road
2008 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB96 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 6 CRIME – Creates the crime of home invasion (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
HB292 BECAME LAW WITHOUT THE SIGNATURE OF THE GOVERNOR ACT 104 CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE – Provides for setting aside prosecution and dismissal of certain cases upon successful completion of drug court probation (EN NO IMPACT GF EX See Note)
HB308 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 268 RETIREMENT/STATE POLICE – Provides relative to purchase of service credit in the State Police Pension and Retirement System (EN SEE ACTUARIAL NOTE GF)
HB517 BECAME LAW WITHOUT THE SIGNATURE OF THE GOVERNOR ACT 216 COSMETOLOGY/BOARD – Provides relative to per diem paid by the La. Board of Cosmetology to board members and examination team members (EN +$25,500 SG EX See Note)
HB610 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 590 PUBLIC CONTRACT/BIDS – Provides for electronic bidding at the local level (EN INCREASE LF EX See Note)
HCR87 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Brian Goh of Denham Springs upon his receipt of the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship at LSU
HCR121 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Harry Morris upon being named Zachary’s 2008 Business Person of the Year
HCR141 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Lonny A. Myles upon being named Zachary Citizen of the Year
HCR157 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends the Central Private School baseball team upon winning the Mississippi Private School Association 2008 Class 2A State Championship
HCR158 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends the Zachary High School baseball team upon winning the 2008 Class 4A State Championship
HR36 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Cathy Schultz of Denham Springs upon her selection as governor of the Louisiana district of Pilot International
HR124 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COURTS/DISTRICT – Requests the Judicial Council and the Judicial Administrator’s Office of the supreme court to study certain aspects and procedures of the 19th JDC and the feasibility of creating a parishwide court in EBR
2007 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB21 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 62 CRIME – Increases penalties for crime of stalking and prohibits expungement and suspension of sentence (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
HB340 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 148 EMPLOYMENT – Provides relative to rights of employees to be free from reprisal for disclosing certain acts of their employers and notice of such rights
HB424 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 47 SCHOOLS/BOARDS – Provides relative to the geographic boundaries of Central Community School System and when school board members take office
HB487 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 150 ETHICS/NEPOTISM – Authorizes the employment by certain school boards of certain immediate family members of school board members
HB743 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 110 ENERGY/CONSERVATION – Provides for changes to the Commercial Building Energy Conservation Code
HCR47 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE TRANSPORTATION DEPT – Requests the Department of Transportation and Development to install a traffic light at the intersection of La. Hwy. 16 and Cecil Drive (OR +$35,000 SD EX See Note)
2006 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB48 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE ACT 861 SCHOOLS/FINANCE – (Constitutional Amendment) Grants the Central community school system in East Baton Rouge Parish the same authority granted parishes pursuant to Article VIII, Section 13 of the Constitution of Louisiana (EN NO IMPACT EX See Note)
HB87 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 327 CRIMINAL/PROCESS – Requires hospitals to notify law enforcement agencies upon the release of certain persons
HB170 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 336 CORRECTIONS/PRISONERS – Provides for work release programs for inmates in custody of sheriffs (EN NO IMPACT LF EX See Note)
HB595 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 187 BONDS – Relative to the limit of indebtedness of school districts
HB634 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 270 CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL – Authorizes certain municipal fire and police civil service boards to modify certain disciplinary actions against certain employees by directing a reduction in pay, demotion, or other lesser punitive action
HB815 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 202 SCHOOLS/BOARDS – Creates and provides for the Central Community School Board and school system in East Baton Rouge Parish (EN +$300,000 LF EX See Note)
HR15 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends the Holden High School Lady Rockets basketball team for its achievements during the 2005-06 season, which included winning the Class B state championship
  2005 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB118 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 166 PRIVATE SECURITY – Provides an exception to the private security law for peace officers under certain circumstances (EN -$7,500 SG RV See Note)
HB438 ASSIGNED TO HOUSE RETIREMENT RETIREMENT/DISTRICT ATTY – Allows a reemployed retiree to receive fifty percent of his average final compensation without suspension of benefits (OR SEE ACTUARIAL NOTE EX)
HB761 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 262 INSURANCE/AUTOMOBILE – Allows air bags to be calculated to determine if a vehicle is a total loss under the insurance policy if the policyholder agrees
HCR32 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE CONDOLENCES – Expresses condolences upon the death of former state representative Ernest Bernard Carrier, Sr. of Denham Springs
HR46 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE HOUSE/RULES – Provides that a motion to otherwise refer a legislative instrument or discharge a committee from further consideration of a legislative instrument and to recommit it to another committee shall be made only when the author and the committee chairman are present in the chamber
2004 Regular Session Instruments by Mack “Bodi” White
Instrument Status Summary
HB964 SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 538 COURTS/CITY – Increases the civil jurisdictional amount from $15,000 to $25,000 in the city courts of Zachary and Baker
HB1478 VETOED BY THE GOVERNOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – Expands definition of “new direct job” in Quality Jobs Program Act to include a contractor’s employees in certain circumstances (EN DECREASE GF RV See Note)
HCR348 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends the Zachary Community School District for its outstanding accomplishments in education
HR27 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Faye Faulkner upon her retirement from the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry after forty-four years of highly effective state service
HR28 FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE COMMENDATIONS – Commends Frank Millican upon his retirement from the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry after twenty years of highly effective state service
HSR17 ADOPTED IN THE HOUSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES – Requests the Judiciary Committee to study the feasibility of instituting an alcohol hotline
HSR23 ADOPTED IN THE HOUSE LICENSING – Request House Committee on Commerce to study and evaluate licensing of automotive glass repair technicians and glaziers as two new professions

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