- October 14, 2023 - Re-elected to the Louisiana Senate (District 12) receiving 79% of the vote.
- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life. Senator Mizell has also led multiple pieces of pro-life and pro-mom legislation at the Capitol, serving as a leader for the pro-life cause at the Capitol.
- Objected to and voted against deferring (Senate – Health and Welfare Committee) Gabe Firment’s HB648 seeking to prohibit certain procedures to alter the sex of a minor child. (Video 2:20:00) May 24, 2023
- Introduced SB31 to create a database to track trafficking arrests, convictions, restitution, fines, and civil asset forfeiture
- Introduced SB32 (2023) to prohibit the Dairy Stabilization Board and the commissioner of agriculture and forestry from requiring a price markup on the sale of any milk and milk products by a retailer
- Introduced SB63 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to provide that the right of freedom of worship in churches or other places of worship is a fundamental right that is worthy of the highest order of protection
- Introduced SB169 (2023) to provide for tracking rape kits from collection through conviction
- Introduced SB194 (2023) providing relative to the sale or service of alcohol to any person under the age of twenty-one, including but not limited to increasing the age to enter a Class A-General retail establishment from 18 to 21 and removes the exception for a minor who performs in a band to be on the premises of the establishment
- Introduced SR01 (2023) to resolve that a committee be appointed to notify the House of Representatives that the Senate has convened and organized and is prepared to transact business
- Introduced SR02 (2023) to resolve that a committee of six members be appointed to act with a similar house committee to notify the governor that the legislature is now duly convened and organized and prepared to receive his communications
- Introduced SR04 (2023) to recreate the Task Force on Human Trafficking Arrests to study the disconnect between the number of trafficking victims and the number of arrests of traffickers and the practices of illegal massage parlors and their contribution to human trafficking, and to propose recommendations, together with specific proposals for legislation, if the task force deems it necessary or appropriate
- Introduced SB44 (2022) the "Fairness in Women's Sports Act", to require an athletic team or sporting event sponsored by an elementary, secondary, or postsecondary educational institution to be designated, based upon the biological sex of team members
- Introduced SB62 (2022) to provide that when a report alleging abuse or neglect is determined to be justified by the Dept. of Children and Family Services (DCFS), the individual who is the subject of the determination shall be provided with a written notice in clear, concise, and understandable language that is easy to read
- Introduced SB63 (2022) to provide for the duties of the Department of Children and Family Services regarding victims of child sex trafficking
- Introduced SB104 (2022) to prohibit certain licensed healthcare facilities from requiring patients and residents to forgo possession of certain communication devices as a condition of receiving services
- Introduced SB115 (2022) to provide relative to mandatory training for peace officers related to human trafficking
- Introduced SB147 (2022) to provide for sexual assault survivors to have access to certain documents from the forensic medical exam
- Introduced SB148 (2022) to provide for post-conviction relief for victims of human trafficking
- Introduced SB470 (2022) to provide that a website or domain name with an adult, mature, and restrictive meta tag, shall verify that all users are at least 18 years old or older. Also provides that the website or domain name shall provide a way for users to digitally provide identification immediately upon accessing its website or domain name at the cost of the website or domain name
- Supports School Choice
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