- Introduced HB356 to allow parents to see public school lesson plans
- Introduced HB396 to provide relative to work requirements within the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
- Introduced HB407 to prohibit adding any vaccine with emergency use authorization status to the list of vaccinations required for school and child daycare entry
- Introduced HB427 restricting the administration of vaccines to minors on school property and at school-sponsored events.
- Introduced HB428 to prohibit the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and the state Department of Education from recommending any vaccine or medical procedure
- Introduced HB531 to provide for civil remedies for a student who is denied entry into school because of immunization requirements
- Introduced HB535 to prohibit group health plan and life insurance policy issuers from denying coverage or offering incentives based upon vaccination status
- Introduced HB594 to provide for rights of individuals to bodily autonomy and to make healthcare decisions
- Introduced HB596 seeking a Constitutional Amendment providing for rights of individuals to bodily autonomy and to make healthcare decisions
- Introduced HB622 creating a cause of action for mandating, recommending, or administering certain products.
- Introduced HB735 seeking to prohibit government agency, employer, private business, or educational institution from mandating liability-free products
- Introduced HB984 to require a general public comment period during at least one meeting of the school board a month
- Introduced HB1022 to provide for a cause of action for mandating, recommending, or administering certain products
- Introduced HB1026 relative to domestic violence and the institution of marriage
- Introduced HCR37 to direct the state Department of Education to publish certain student enrollment information on its website each year
- Introduced HCR112 requesting local public bodies to allow the public to view and participate in meetings via electronic means to the extent practicable
Special Interests Own the Louisiana Legislature
When choosing between big business and protecting freedom for Louisiana's residents, it seems the Louisiana Legislature can only move in one direction. Jill Hines, from Health Freedom Louisiana, looks back at some seized and lost opportunities from the most recent regular session.
Submit to Schexnayder or be Silenced
As often as he has changed up the rules in attempt to silence us, its apparent the Speaker of the House has more time for petty vindictiveness than he has for defending small business and individual liberty.
Is COVID-19 a “Vaccine-Preventable Disease”?
On August 2, Governor Edwards issued a mask mandate for all Louisiana citizens, unvaccinated AND vaccinated. In his press conference that day he made this statement in defense of the new proclamation, which affects everyone, five years old and older: "Based on...
Veto Session: At Ease
Before the Veto Override Session began the political games were in full swing. From legislators not showing up to the governor admitting he made threats and promises to whip votes, the people never stood a chance at being represented. Inability to Perform Duties...
Clay’s Republican Turmoil
Most adults are aware of the devastating impact segregation had on America. It is crucial that we never repeat this part of history. This is why some lawmakers do not feel segregation should be pushed on children in Louisiana schools. Unfortunately, House Speaker,...
Republican Self Destruction
With friends like these, who needs enemies? Louisiana republicans are incapable of uniting even with a super majority. Democrat Ted James runs the speaker and the house. Maybe he is the leader everyone needs. You don't see democrats sacrificing each other in a...
My secret meeting with Louisiana’s Speaker of the House
I really wasn't planning to tell you all this. The tipping point was finding out that the speaker called a group of legislators and attorneys to his office for the express purpose of browbeating four ladies who had also been invited. My meeting was probably...