- 2023 - Received a 98% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Introduced SB105 (2023) to expand the income tax deduction for a dependent minor child to include an unborn child
- Introduced SB134 (2023) to authorize a tax credit for donations to certain public schools
- Introduced SB166 (2023) to authorize the division of administration to waive local match requirements for certain non-state entity projects
- Introduced SB189 (2023) to provide relative to electronic or video bingo machines and licensed premises
- Introduced SB198 (2023) to provide relative to consumable hemp products
- Introduced SB209 (2023) to add the term "elective abortion" to the definition of "abortion"
- Introduced SB218 (2022) to provide that raw data collected pursuant to these rules is considered confidential and not subject to the public records law
- Introduced SB219 (2022) to authorize judicial districts to accumulate funds for the purposes of retaining expert witnesses, and provides that the district public defender, in his discretion, will determine how payments will be administered and which experts will be paid. Further, allows a person who has retained private counsel, but is found to be indigent, to apply for funds for expert witnesses in the same manner as public defender clients
- Introduced SB221 (2022) to provide that the defendant may file a motion to reconsider sentence when the offender has been sentenced for greater than the current maximum, when the defendant was convicted of possession of marijuana in an amount of 14 grams or less and provides the motion must be in writing and must provide evidence necessary to support the claim. Further provides that the motion to reconsider sentence may be granted exparte, but if not granted exparte, the court must hold a contradictory hearing
- Introduced SB234 (2022) seeking a constitutional amendment to allow adult prosecution and enhanced penalties against juveniles in correctional facilities who commit assault or battery against an employee or juvenile
- Introduced SB240 (2022) to provide relative to termination of probation and expungements for crimes of violence
- Introduced SB294 (2022) to eliminate the death penalty for offenses committed on or after August 1, 2022
- Introduced SB334 (2022) to provide for attempted malfeasance in office convictions to be set aside and expunged
- Introduced SB342 (2022) providing that it is the intention of the legislature to prohibit and restrict abortion in order to preserve the life of each unborn child to the fullest extent permitted by law
- Introduced SB359 (2022) to provide for civil forfeiture reform
- Introduced SB489 (2022) to provide for suspension of certain licenses for failure to comply with subpoenas, or warrants, or court orders in paternity or child support cases
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