- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator and answered the Louisiana Right to Life Questionnaire 100% Pro-Life.
- 2023 - Was one of five Republicans who changed their earlier and voted NO to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB81 by Raymond Crews seeking to prevent teachers from secretly changing the pronouns of students.
- Introduced HB95 (2023) to authorize certain law enforcement officers employed by Nicholls State University at Thibodaux to receive state supplemental pay at the rate of $500 per month
- Introduced HB265 (2023) to provide for an additional exception that permits a law enforcement officer or agency to publish, release, or disseminate a booking photograph
- Introduced HB362 (2023) to provide relative to the qualifications of an elected or appointed police chief prior to reelection or reappointment
- Introduced HB391 (2023) to authorize individual income tax deductions for homeowner's insurance premiums, condominium owner's insurance premiums, and renter's insurance premiums for insurance on taxpayers' primary residences
- Introduced HB464 (2023) to provide relative to the penalties for the crime of possession of a firearm or carrying of a concealed weapon by a felon
- Introduced HB413 (2022) to require communication issued to students or parents about a COVID-19 vaccine requirement or certain other vaccine requirements to include information about the authorized exemption from these requirement
- Introduced HB492 (2022) to provide that a written summons shall not be issued in the following additional conditions are met: (1) The officer has reasonable grounds to believe a person committed a misdemeanor offense and a felony offense. (2) The officer stops a person for a misdemeanor offense and ascertains that the person has an outstanding warrant for a felony offense
- Introduced HB623 (2022) to provide relative to notification given by hospitals to law enforcement agencies is to include bail enforcement officers
- Introduced HB734 (2022) to create a new sentencing provision for crimes of violence committed in cultural, historical, or downtown development districts
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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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