- Introduced HB54 to create the crime of discrimination based on vaccination status
- Introduced HB289 to prohibit a person from selling, distributing, or delivering safety equipment that fails to meet federal standards in this state and providing for penalties
- Introduced HB425 to increase the number of licenses for pharmacies dispensing marijuana for therapeutic use
- Introduced HB566 to provide for the change in regulatory authority over production facilities from the La. Dept. of Agriculture and Forestry to the La. Dept. of Health, removes the total number of production facilities licenses that may be issued, and provides for a time period of transition between the two agencies
- Introduced HB584 to provide strict liability for a person who sells, distributes, or delivers safety equipment and tools that fail to meet federal standards
- Introduced HB700 to provide relative to penalties for possession of certain amounts of marijuana for a person under the age of 18
- Introduced HB800 to establish the Louisiana Heartbeat Act
- Introduced HCR3 to repeal administrative rules of the La. Department of Health adding COVID vaccines to the state immunization schedule and requiring schools to prohibit in-person attendance by certain unvaccinated students
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.
On August 16, 2021 the Louisiana Health and Welfare Committee met with Joe Kanter, Louisiana Department of Health's top medical official, and Matthew Block, the Executive Council to the Governor who handles every single one of the Governor's public record requests....