- Co-sponsored HB17 (2024 1st Extraordinary Session) to provide for closed party primary elections for certain offices.
- October 14, 2023 - Elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives (District 9) receiving 60% of the vote.
- 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.
- 1 of only 19 to vote against breaking the spending cap (SCR3 2023)
- 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
- Introduced HB08 (2023) to require the display of the national motto in each classroom in each public school and in each public postsecondary education institution
- Introduced HB122 (2023) to provide that cytomegalovirus (CMV) shall be added to the list of genetic conditions tested by physicians attending newborn children
- Introduced HB216 (2023) to authorize certain qualified nonresident active duty servicemembers serving at a military installation in La. and their dependents to serve as election commissioners at any precinct in the parish where the military installation is located
- Co-sponsored HB372 (2023) to provide that the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization do not have jurisdiction in this state
- Introduced HB466 (2023) to provide relative to instruction on and discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity with certain public school students
- Introduced HB643 (2023) to require cytomegalovirus (CMV) testing for newborns
- Introduced HB837 (2023) to limit discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in public schools
- Introduced HB878 (2023) to provide that the development of a certain percentage of hearing loss while employed in the classified police service is classified as an occupational disease
- Introduced HB1072 (2023) to provide that the development of a certain amount of hearing loss while employed in the classified police service is classified as an occupational disease
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