- 2023 - a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Voted to favorably report as amended (House – Administration of Criminal Justice Committee) Danny McCormick’s HB131 on Constitutional Carry. (Video 1:02:35) May 16, 2023
- Co-sponsored HB16 (2023) to provide additional penalties for the crime of simple burglary under certain circumstances
- Introduced HB65 (2023) to designate the crime of "simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling" as a crime of violence
- Introduced HB66 (2023) to provide for forfeiture of good time and credits earned toward the reduction of sentence in certain circumstances
- Introduced HB70 (2023) to provide relative to diminution of sentence and parole eligibility for fourth or subsequent nonviolent felony offenses
- Introduced HB75 (2023) to provide relative to penalties for distribution or possession with intent to distribute fentanyl or carfentanil
- Co-sponsored HB147 (2023) to provide that as a condition for parole eligibility, provides that offenders shall not have any disciplinary offenses within 24 consecutive months prior to their parole eligibility and hearing date
- Introduced HB151 (2023) to provide for forfeiture of good time and credits earned toward diminution of sentence in certain circumstances
- Introduced HB321 (2023) to create the Truth and Transparency in the Louisiana Criminal Justice System Pilot Program
- Introduced HB178 (2022) seeking a constitutional amendment limiting the right to vote to citizens of the United States
- Introduced HB188 (2022) to provide relative to prohibitions and requirements for digital material of a political nature
- Introduced HB265 (2022) to provide relative to additional methods of victim notification
- Introduced HB544 (2022) to provide relative to diminution of sentence and parole eligibility for offenders convicted a fourth or subsequent time of a nonviolent felony offense
- Introduced HB820 (2022) to provide relative to civil forfeiture of funds and property used in theft and monetary offenses
The surest sign of a suspicious financial transaction is a short deadline. It's no accident, then, that it was an artificial deadline that justified breaking the rules and breaking the bank.
Every Legislator is limited to only five non-fiscal bills this session. Some are great, but, as expected, some are nuts.