- Introduced HB25 to prohibit retirement systems from investing in companies that boycott energy companies
- Introduced HB37 relative to the concealed carrying of firearms
- Introduced HB101 to add the prevention imminent destruction of property or imminent threat of tumultuous and violent conduct during a riot to "justifiable homicide"
- Introduced HB141 seeking to prohibit certain public contracts with companies that boycott fossil fuel companies
- Introduced HB273 seeking to prohibit financial institutions from denying financial services to a person based on the person's engagement in the fossil fuel industry
- Introduced HB344 to prohibit the state and its political subdivisions from enforcing, administering, or cooperating with the decision and judgments of the United States Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade
- Introduced HB573 to prohibit marketing to minors for medical products, procedures, and pharmaceuticals from state agencies
- Introduced HB813 to enact the Abolition of Abortion in Louisiana Act of 2022
- Introduced HB962 to require a parish to get voter approval prior to imposing certain zoning regulations or restrictions
- Introduced HCR2 seeking to suspend criminal penalties for emergency order violations
- Introduced HCR6 seeking to remove wind farms and solar farms from the Industrial Ad Valorem Tax Exemption (ITEP)
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