Louisiana Bills

sponsored by Larry Selders

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 32 (2021 Regular Session)
CRIMINAL/SENTENCING: Increases the total number of credits that may be earned by an offender upon earning a bachelor's degree or master's degree
Feb 25 2021 First Appeared In The Interim Calendar On 2/26/2021.
Feb 26 2021
SB 16 (2021 Regular Session)
CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES: Terminates the use of private prisons, for-profit prison contractors in Louisiana. (8/1/21)
Feb 24 2021 Prefiled And Under The Rules Provisionally Referred To The Committee On Judiciary B.
Feb 24 2021
HB 94 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
FEES/LICENSES/PERMITS: Provides relative to fees charged to businesses by state agencies during a state of emergency (Items #2, 32, and 35) (EN DECREASE SG RV See Note)
Oct 07 2020 Vetoed By The Governor.
Nov 11 2020
HB 83 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
STUDENT/DISCIPLINE: Provides relative to student discipline (Item #42)
Oct 05 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 48.
Nov 05 2020
HB 96 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
STUDENTS: Provides relative to sharing of student information for the purpose of administering the pandemic electronic benefits transfer (P-EBT) program (Item #28)
Oct 12 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 49.
Nov 05 2020
HB 48 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
HIGHER EDUCATION: Requires that student identification cards issued by certain postsecondary education institutions meet certain requirements (Item #42)
Sep 29 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 19.
Oct 28 2020
HB 95 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
EXCEP PERSON/DEV DISABLE: Requires the La. Department of Health to allow visitation of residents at intermediate care facilities by residents' family members during a public health emergency (Item #28)
Oct 12 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 27.
Oct 28 2020
HB 26 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
TAX/SALES-USE-EXEMPT: Establishes a sales tax holiday to provide relief for recovery as a result of Hurricane Laura and the COVID-19 pandemic (Item #26) (EN -$4,500,000 GF RV See Note)
Sep 28 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 16.
Oct 28 2020
HB 74 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: Creates the state office of broadband (Item #39) (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
Oct 02 2020 Signed By The Governor. Becomes Act No. 24.
Oct 28 2020
HR 44 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
SMALL BUSINESS: Urges and requests the secretary of state to work with the Department of Revenue, the Department of Economic Development, and the office of state procurement to create a central electronic repository of information, resources, training, and opportunities that small, rural, minority, female, and veteran entrepreneurs can access when registering their businesses with the state
Oct 22 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 27 2020
HR 46 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
SMALL BUSINESS: Urges and requests the Louisiana Bankers Association to provide small business information compiled by the Department of Economic Development to citizens who open commercial accounts or seek commercial loans
Oct 22 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 27 2020
HCR 21 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
MEDICAID: Requests the La. Dept. of Health to submit documentation to the federal Medicaid agency to provide financial relief for providers of services for people with developmental disabilities (Item #28)
Oct 02 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 27 2020
HR 49 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
SMALL BUSINESS: Expresses support of the House of Representatives for making future stimulus programs for pandemic and disaster relief easier for minority, female, veteran, small, and rural business owners to access
Oct 22 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 27 2020
HCR 41 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
COMMENDATIONS: Commends Patrick Goldsmith on his retirement
Oct 22 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 27 2020
HB 56 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
SCHOOLS: Authorizes administration of medical marijuana to a student by a parent, guardian, or authorized school employee at a public school (Item #42)
Sep 30 2020 Senate Floor Amendments Read And Adopted. Read By Title, Passed By A Vote Of 34 Yeas And 0 Nays, And Ordered Returned To The House. Motion To Reconsider Tabled.
Oct 23 2020
HCR 38 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
ENERGY PRODUCTION: Memorializes Congress and the Louisiana Delegation to defeat the "Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act of 2020"
Oct 20 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 23 2020
HCR 30 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
CONGRESS: Memorializes congress to take such actions as are necessary to pass a stimulus plan that includes funds for unemployment, housing, local government, struggling businesses, education, and health care
Oct 14 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 23 2020
HR 43 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
CONDOLENCES: Expresses condolences on the death of Kwame I. Asante
Oct 21 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 23 2020
HCR 24 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
AGRICULTURE: Memorializes Congress and the Louisiana congressional delegation to take such actions as necessary to fully fund the Livestock Indemnity Program in response to the negative impact created by losses to the Louisiana livestock industry as a result of Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta
Oct 06 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 23 2020
HCR 22 (2020 Second Extraordinary Session)
TRANSPORTATION: Urges and requests the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, office of tourism, to study the feasibility of creating a bike and walking trail along the Mississippi River in Northeast Louisiana
Oct 02 2020 Taken By The Clerk Of The House And Presented To The Secretary Of State In Accordance With The Rules Of The House.
Oct 23 2020

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