- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Co-sponsored 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 HB33 (2023) to modify structural pest control provisions applicable to the terms of research committee members and examination requirements for registered technicians
- Introduced HB278 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment that increases amounts of state severance tax revenues remitted to parishes, repeals a previously adopted trigger for increasing these amounts which has never been implemented, requires that parishes expend portions of these amounts in a manner consistent with expenditure of monies they receive from the Parish Transportation Fund, and implements provisions of the current constitution for the use of certain severance tax revenues for Atchafalaya Basin conservation projects
- Introduced HB384 (2023) to clarify that energy produced from forest products' manufacturing bioenergy feedstocks and agricultural harvesting may be considered renewable and carbon neutral
- Introduced HB434 (2023) to provide for a quarterly report entitled the "Healthy Louisiana Claims Report" and establishes requirements for the report
- Co-sponsored HB462 (2023) to require each public school governing authority to post on its website certain fiscal information and requires the treasurer to post the information on the website of the Dept. of the Treasury
- Introduced HB502 (2023) to remove the requirement that persons and entities seeking to qualify as commercial farmers report income and expenses on a federal Schedule F form or other federal tax form to the Department of Revenue
- Introduced HB573 (2023) to specify that any public contract provision that violates provisions of law governing motor carrier transportation contracts and construction contracts is invalid
- Introduced HB634 (2023) to provide for eligibility for a severance tax exemption for production of natural gas, gas condensate, and oil from any well drilled to a depth of more than 15,000 feet
- Introduced HB419 (2022) to allow bream to be taken in minnow traps for use as recreational bait statewide and allows hand-grabbing, otherwise known as "noodling", as a legal method of taking catfish
- Introduced HB860 (2022) to provide relative to the use of certain monies in the Transportation Trust Fund by the Department of Transportation and Development
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