- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Voted AGAINST SCR3 (2023) the second procedural vote to spend $2 BILLION more than allowed by law
- DID NOT OBJECT to Luneau’s (Senate – Judiciary A Committee) move to defer HB537 brought by Valarie Hodges to ban foreign adversaries of the United States from purchasing any land in Louisiana.
- Introduced SB07 (2023) relative to access to sexually explicit materials in public libraries
- Introduced SB129 (2023) to require certain state entities to report corrective actions taken to mitigate state risk exposure upon request of the litigation subcommittee of the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget
- Introduced SB164 (2023) to provide relative to prior authorization for services, procedures, and pharmaceuticals
- Introduced SB181 and SB233 (2023) to create the Expanding Louisiana's Health Care Workforce Fund as a special fund in the state treasury
- Introduced SB203 (2023) to allow for the correction of errors made by a Registrar of Voters to a voter registration at any time and to require verification of the registrants' homestead exemption
- Introduced SB226 (2022) seeking a constitutional amendment to grant the attorney general additional authority to institute, prosecute, or intervene in any criminal action or proceeding concerning a felony election offense of the La. Election Code
- Introduced SB313 (2022) to require mayors who are authorized to conduct mayor's court or municipal court to undergo certain training
- Introduced SB350 (2022) to provide relative to elections
Heather Cloud’s fantastic SB7 (now Act 436) was signed into law by the governor. The bill requires every local library board in Louisiana to prioritize the innocence of children through a uniform, written policy.
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.
Jamie Pope contributed (greatly) to this article. Governor Edwards vetoed thirty-one (31) bills in the 2021 regular session. There are two that have garnered most of the attention. However, as we'll outline below, a large number of these vetoes kill very good...