- 07/13/2023 - Declared that the veto override session required by Article 3, Section 10 of the Louisiana Constitution was unnecessary.
- Voted to defer (Senate – Health and Welfare Committee) Gabe Firment’s HB648 seeking to prohibit certain procedures to alter the sex of a minor child. (Video 2:20:00) May 24, 2023
- Introduced SB42 (2023) to create the Louisiana Watershed Initiative
- Introduced SB65 (2023) to provide relative to state procurement of pharmacy benefit manager services by use of reverse auction technology
- Introduced SB66 (2023) to provide relative to telehealth services
- Introduced SB102 (2023) to provide relative to the Acadiana Watershed District
- Introduced SB122 (2023) to create and provide for the Community Sewerage System Infrastructure Sustainability Act
- Introduced SB171 (2023) to create the pharmacy benefit managers quality incentive program
- Introduced SB31 (2022) to provide for the repeal of certain inactive or obsolete healthcare laws
- Introduced SB33 (2022) to provide relative to alternate electrical power sources in nursing facilities
- Introduced SB322 (2022) to provide that all police juries, city and parish councils, municipal corporations, and school boards, when advertisements or publications of notices are required to be made in relation to judicial proceedings, or in the sale of property under judicial process, or in any other legal proceedings of any kind, may use a shortened newspaper advertisement that only requires a reference to the public action and either a phone number and email address where citizens can request a written copy of the full legal advertisement of the immovable property for sale or a website where the full legal advertisement may be viewed
Here we go again. It's appears that the Port of Iberia is now using its resources "to urge any elector to vote for or against any candidate."
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.
When choosing between big business and protecting freedom for Louisiana's residents, it seems the Louisiana Legislature can only move in one direction. Jill Hines, from Health Freedom Louisiana, looks back at some seized and lost opportunities from the most recent regular session.
We keep shining the light into those dark corners of Louisiana government. What we found this time is nothing short of shocking. It would appear that several legislators in the power-clique have helped to craft policies that impact certain government created monopolies in which their spouses make a substantial living.