Buddy Mincey, Jr.
- Introduced HB244 to require public school governing authorities to determine school-year calendars
- Introduced HB245 to require an official who is taking a minor from school in order to place him in protective custody to have certain information about the minor
- Introduced HB263 to require the establishment of check-out procedures at public schools and school districts
- Introduced HB423 to require public school governing authorities to provide high school seniors the opportunity to register to vote
- Introduced HB455 to provide relative to the qualifications of teachers at certain nonpublic schools
- Introduced HB462 to create the crime of unauthorized removal of a minor from a school, child day care center, or early learning center
- Introduced HB471 to provide relative to background checks for workers dressed in costume as certain characters
- Introduced HB509 to require the state Dept. of Education to maintain a database and report to the legislative education committee on training that professional teachers are required by law to complete
- Introduced HB617 to create the Reimagine Accountability Commission to study and report findings and recommendations relative to the school and district accountability system
- Introduced HB740 to provide for the sale, diversion, transport, delivery, and acceptance of propane, gasoline, diesel, and other fuel across jurisdictional boundaries following a declared natural disaster
Should government resources be used to pick winners? It took Louisiana Department of Health months to respond to our records requests about doing just that. While certain bureaucrats in LDH were using the state agency's voice to blatantly promote a political agenda, many legislators and even top bureaucrats inside the department were asking "what does this have to do with healthcare?" The short answer is: nothing.
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.
Soon Louisiana will elect a new governor. Citizens are asking which candidate will be most willing to work with legislators on balancing power.
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