District: House District 29
Moon Griffon Nickname:
Seat mate: Tammy Phelps
Phone: 225-925-3700 call
Email: [email protected]
- Introduced HB12 (2024) amending the criminal elements of nonconsensual disclosure of a private image and provides for a definition.
- 2023 - Received a 56% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- 07/13/2023 - Declared that the veto override session required by Article 3, Section 10 of the Louisiana Constitution was unnecessary.
- Introduced HB211 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to prohibit the use of slavery and involuntary servitude
- Introduced HB543 (2023) to provide for procedures when engaging in vehicle pursuit of a suspect and provides for strict liability for an agency, department, or office in certain circumstances
- Introduced HB544 (2023) to provide relative to legislative continuances and extensions of time in court proceedings
- Introduced HB545 (2023) to prohibit the charging of a person who has been committed to the custody of the Dept. of Public Safety and Corrections (DPS&C) for using a telecommunication service or the person accepting the communication from the incarcerated person
- Introduced HB606 (2023) to allow for lessors to terminate a lease and creates safety standards for rental properties
- Introduced HCR57 to create a task force to study, receive testimony, and make recommendations concerning medical malpractice compensation limitations and the medical review panel and to report its findings and recommendations to the legislature prior to the convening of the 2024 R.S.
- Introduced HCR84 (2023) to create a task force to study the African American suicide rates and potential means to promote suicide awareness and prevention and to report its findings to the legislature no later than Feb. 1, 2024
- Introduced HCR124 (2023) to create a task force to study and make recommendations with respect to the benefits of mandatory liability insurance coverage for owners of firearms in the state of La. Requires the task force to provide a written report of its findings and recommendations to the legislative committees on insurance by Feb. 1, 2024
- Introduced HB298 (2022) seeking a constitutional amendment to remove punishment for crime as an exception to the prohibition of the use of involuntary servitude
- Introduced HB351 (2022) to prohibit the use of certain rating factors (education level, employment, trade, business, occupation, profession, credit information) in automobile insurance underwriting
- Introduced HB430 (2022) to provide for the regulation of the cultivation, manufacturing, and retail sale of cannabis and cannabis products
- Introduced HB431 (2022) to prohibit the use of DNA obtained from a sexual assault collection kit in an investigation against the person who submitted the DNA if that person is charged with or suspected of committing any criminal offense
- Introduced HB484 (2022) to require district attorneys to turn over statements, confessions, witness lists, and all other evidence constitutionally required to be disclosed pursuant to Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) to defendants
- Introduced HB572 (2022) to require parish and municipal governing authority to maintain an online condemned property list
- Introduced HB672 (2022) to eliminate seizure of property that is alleged to be evidence or is not evidence of a criminal violation
- Introduced HB673 (2022) to add the Governor as a member of the pharmacy benefit manager monitoring advisory council
- Introduced HB676 (2022) relative to the habitual offender law, provides that any person convicted of possession of 56 grams or less of marijuana shall not be sentenced as a habitual offender
- Introduced HB677 (2022) to require a health coverage plan to limit an enrollee's cost-sharing amount to $25 for a 30-day prescription of insulin
- Introduced HB702 (2022) to provide for liability for the deprivation of constitutional rights by peace officers
- Introduced HB722 (2022) to provide relative to certain pretrial procedures including appointment of counsel for certain persons, motions to obtain transcripts of preliminary examination proceedings, orders for preliminary examination, service of subpoenas by sheriffs; and provides relative to the time period within which a bill of information or indictment is filed, the time period for setting an arraignment, the release or reconsideration of the defendant's bail obligation under certain circumstances, and other procedures relative to the right to a speedy trial
- Introduced HB839 (2022) to provide relative to the insanity defense and creates the defense of diminished capacity
- Introduced HB894 (2022) to provide relative to forfeiture of property and seizures that include United States currency exceeding $150,000
- Introduced HB951 (2022) to require automobile liability insurance policies include uninsured motorist coverage
- Introduced HB1069 (2022) to require attorneys to be appointed as magistrates for and preside over mayor's courts and provides for the requirements to be appointed as a magistrate