- October 14, 2023 - Elected to the Louisiana Senate (District 31) receiving 54% of the vote.
- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator
- 1 of only 19 to vote against breaking the spending cap (SCR3 2023)
- Epic move to tie the effective date of a bill brought by Fred Mills to the effective date and passage of HB648 ("Stop Harming Our Kids Act") which Mills voted against in committee.
- Voted in favor of moving forward (House - Civil Law and Procedure Committee) Valarie Hodge’s HB537 prohibiting foreign ownership of immovable property. (Video 42:10) May 15, 2023
- Voted to favorably report as amended (House – Administration of Criminal Justice Committee) Danny McCormick’s HB131 on Constitutional Carry. (Video 1:02:35) May 16, 2023
- Introduced HB208 (2023) changing the age for consideration of a person as a child pertaining to the commission of a delinquent act
- Introduced HB570 (2023) establishing a bounty to control feral hogs
- Introduced HB574 (2023) creating advertising and marketing regulations and restrictions for industrial hemp, adult-use consumable hemp products, consumable hemp products
- Introduced HB264 (2022) to require the service of both the original and amended petition to an additional defendant
- Introduced HB365 (2022) to designate the crime of possession of a firearm by a felon as a crime of violence
- Introduced HB463 (2022) to remove the intentional concealment of any switchblade knife, spring knife, or other knife or similar instrument from the crime of illegal carrying of weapons
- Introduced HB464 (2022) to establish evidentiary and due process standards for permanent injunctions or protective orders that affect firearm transfers
- Introduced HB953 (2022) to requiring the government to provide protections to places of worship and prohibits the government from discriminating against places of worship through the requirement of certain restrictions
- Introduced HB969 (2022) to establish procedures for vetoed bills and line items and veto sessions including, if a veto session is necessary and occurs when the legislature is otherwise in session, allowing reconsideration of vetoed legislation during that session without the necessity of convening a separate veto session
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