- 2023 - a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Introduced HB16 (2023) to provide additional penalties for the crime of simple burglary under certain circumstances
- Introduced HB32 (2023) to Increase the maximum amount of the individual income tax deductions for elementary and secondary tuition, educational expenses for home-schooled children, and educational expenses for a quality public education from $5,000 per student per year to $6,000 per student, per year
- Introduced HB54 (2023) to provide relative to the time limitations on district attorneys to initiate prosecution of a juvenile as an adult for certain offenses
- Introduced HB61 (2023) to provide for nullity of contracts between minors and interactive computer services without consent of the legal representative of the minor
- Co-sponsored HB70 (2023) to provide relative to diminution of sentence and parole eligibility for fourth or subsequent nonviolent felony offenses
- Introduced HB77 (20230 to provide for the attorney general investigation and pursuit of actions for commercial entities that knowingly and intentionally publish or distribute material harmful to minors and that fail to perform reasonable age verification
- Introduced HB84 (2023) to provide relative to disposition of juvenile offenders adjudicated delinquent for carjacking
- Introduced HR01 (2023) to require that the Dept. of State and each registrar of voters report to the House of Representatives regarding the efforts undertaken pursuant to and the results of the annual canvass and the removal of deceased voters from the voter rolls in each parish
- Introduced HR71 (2023) to create a subcommittee to study mental health issues in this state
- Introduced HB142 (2022) providing liability for publishers and distributors of material harmful to minors
- Introduced HB234 (2022) to prohibit smoking or vaping marijuana in any form in a motor vehicle by the operator or any passenger while operating on a public highway or right-of-way
- Introduced HB824 (2022) to create and provide for a program to provide state funding for the education of students not enrolled in a public school
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.