- October 14, 2023 - Ran for Louisiana Senate (District 6) receiving 38% of the vote and was defeated by Rick Edmonds.
- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life.
- Voted AGAINST HB321 (2023) to create the Truth and Transparency in the Louisiana Criminal Justice System Pilot Program
- Introduced HB289 (2023) to require instruction relative to organ donation in public high schools
- Introduced HB303 (2023) to change the rates and brackets for purposes of calculating income tax for individuals, estates, and trusts from a graduated rate system to a single flat rate of 4.25%; modifies income tax credits and deductions; and eliminates the earned income tax credit
- Introduced HB371 (2023) to establish the La. Economic Advancement Plan which provides for the consideration and approval of standard, local, and executive capital investment project ad valorem tax exemptions
- Introduced HB413 (2023) to provide for parole eligibility for offenders serving a life sentence for an offense committed on or before July 2, 1973, except those offenders who were originally sentenced to death
- Introduced HB473 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to establish standard, local, and executive property tax exemptions for capital investment projects when the projects meet eligibility and approval standards pursuant to law
- Introduced HB487 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment providing in matters of reducing the rate of a tax, repealing a tax, providing relative to tax administration, or repealing or reducing a tax exemption, exclusion, deduction, credit, or rebate shall require the enactment of a law by at least a majority of the elected members of each house of the legislature. Provides that enactment of any other law relative to taxes shall require the favorable vote of at least two-thirds of the elected members of each house of the legislature
- Introduced HB597 (2023) to provide for the State Transparency Portal within the duties of the legislative auditor and a special fund for the support of those functions and duties and removes provisions of the Louisiana Fiscal Transparency Website and the related duties of the commissioner of administration
- Introduced HCR1 (2022) to suspend provisions of law authorizing the exclusion of unimmunized persons from in-person attendance at schools and day care centers under certain circumstances
- Introduced HCR48 (2022) to provide for House and Senate standing committees to meet and function as joint committees to study the provisions of the state constitution and to make recommendations for revisions
- Introduced HCSR1 (2022) to provide for House and Senate standing committees to meet and function as joint committees to study the provisions of the state constitution and to make recommendations for revisions
- Introduced HR162 (2022) to provide for the election of the Sergeant at Arms
- Introduced HR254 (2022) to request House standing committees to study the provisions of the state constitution and to make recommendations for revisions
Every Legislator is limited to only five non-fiscal bills this session. Some are great, but, as expected, some are nuts.
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