HB 30

  • Louisiana House Bill
  • 2019 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House
  • Passed House May 15, 2019
  • Passed Senate Jun 02, 2019
  • Signed by Governor Jun 06, 2019

VOTERS/VOTING: Provides that a U.S. military identification card may be used at the polls for voting purposes (EN +$110,200 GF EX See Note)

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (84)

Ryan Bourriaque

     
Cosponsor

Samuel Jenkins

     
Cosponsor

Jay Morris

     
Cosponsor

Steve Pugh

     
Cosponsor

Phillip DeVillier

     
Cosponsor

Kenny Cox

     
Cosponsor

John Stefanski

     
Cosponsor

Beryl Amedee

     
Cosponsor

Andy Anders

     
Cosponsor

James Armes

     
Cosponsor

Larry Bagley

     
Cosponsor

John Bagneris

     
Cosponsor

John A. Johnny Berthelot

     
Cosponsor

Terry Brown

     
Cosponsor

Thomas Carmody

     
Cosponsor

Barbara Carpenter

     
Cosponsor

Robert Carter

     
Cosponsor

Steve Carter

     
Cosponsor

Charles R. "Bubba" Chaney

     
Cosponsor

Raymond Crews

     
Cosponsor

Paula Davis

     
Cosponsor

Stephen Dwight

     
Cosponsor

Jerry "Truck" Gisclair

     
Cosponsor

Cedric Glover

     
Cosponsor

John E. "Johnny" Guinn

     
Cosponsor

Frank Hoffmann

     
Cosponsor

Frankie Howard

     
Cosponsor

Katrina Jackson

     
Cosponsor

Edward Ted James

     
Cosponsor

Robert Johnson

     
Cosponsor

Jeremy LaCombe

     
Cosponsor

Terry Landry

     
Cosponsor

Chris Leopold

     
Cosponsor

Tanner Magee

     
Cosponsor

Jack McFarland

     
Cosponsor

Pat Moore

     
Cosponsor

Stuart Moss

     
Cosponsor

Kevin Pearson

     
Cosponsor

Steven E. Pylant

     
Cosponsor

Jerome "Dee" Richard

     
Cosponsor

Scott Simon

     
Cosponsor

Patricia Smith

     
Cosponsor

Joe Stagni

     
Cosponsor

Malinda White

     
Cosponsor

Jerome Zeringue

     
Cosponsor

Votes


Actions


Jun 06, 2019

House

Effective date: 01/01/2020.

House

Signed by the Governor. Becomes Act No. 133.

Jun 05, 2019

House

Sent to the Governor for executive approval.

Jun 04, 2019

Senate

Signed by the President of the Senate.

Jun 03, 2019

House

Enrolled and signed by the Speaker of the House.

Jun 02, 2019

House

Received from the Senate without amendments.

Senate

Read by title, passed by a vote of 38 yeas and 0 nays, and ordered returned to the House. Motion to reconsider tabled.

Senate

Rules suspended.

Jun 01, 2019

Senate

Reported without Legislative Bureau amendments. Read by title and passed to third reading and final passage.

May 31, 2019

Senate

Rules suspended. Reported favorably. Rules suspended. Read by title and referred to the Legislative Bureau.

May 29, 2019

Senate

Read by title. Recommitted to the Committee on Finance.

Senate

Rules suspended. Reported favorably.

May 20, 2019

Senate

Read second time by title and referred to the Committee on Senate and Governmental Affairs.

May 16, 2019

Senate

Received in the Senate. Read first time by title and placed on the Calendar for a second reading.

May 15, 2019

House

Read third time by title, roll called on final passage, yeas 91, nays 0. Finally passed, title adopted, ordered to the Senate.

May 07, 2019

House

Scheduled for floor debate on 05/15/19.

May 06, 2019

House

Read by title, passed to 3rd reading.

House

Discharged from the Committee on Appropriations.

Apr 25, 2019

House

Read by title, amended, ordered engrossed, recommitted to the Committee on Appropriations.

Apr 24, 2019

House

Reported with amendments (7-0).

Apr 08, 2019

House

Read by title, under the rules, referred to the Committee on House and Governmental Affairs.

Mar 01, 2019

House

First appeared in the Interim Calendar on 3/1/2019.

Feb 25, 2019

House

Under the rules, provisionally referred to the Committee on House and Governmental Affairs.

House

Prefiled.

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
House Committee Amendment, #1496, H&G, Adopted PDF
HB30 Original PDF
HB30 Engrossed PDF
HB30 Enrolled PDF
HB30 Act 133 PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
Digest of HB30 Original PDF
Digest of HB30 Engrossed PDF
Resume Digest for HB30 PDF

Sources

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