District: House District 105
Moon Griffon Nickname:
Seat mate: Kenny Cox
Phone: 504-356-3013 call
Email: [email protected]
- 2023 - Received a 93% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- 2023 - Cormier voted with Conservatives seeking to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB125 by Michael Echols to forbid foreign adversaries from purchasing farm land.
- 2023 - Cormier voted with Conservatives seeking to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB81 by Raymond Crews seeking to prevent teachers from secretly changing the pronouns of students.
- 2023 - Cormier voted with Conservatives seeking to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB466 by Dodie Horton to forbid teachers from sharing their sexual proclivities with children.
- 2023 - Cormier voted with Conservatives seeking to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB182 by Kathy Edmonston to forbid requiring COVID-19 shots to attend school.
- 2023 - Cormier voted with Conservatives seeking to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB646 by Les Farnum seeking to clean-up the voter rolls.
- Introduced HB287 (2023) to require the immediate issuance of a field adjuster's report
- Introduced HB518 (2023) to establish substantial nexus standards for purposes of income tax administration and revises certain provisions relative to allocable and apportionable corporate income
- Introduced HB528 (2023) to increase civil penalties for food service establishments that do not give the required notice to patrons that crawfish or shrimp being served is imported
- Introduced HB607 (2023) to provide for the defining of "bad faith", the adjustment of the appraisal process for disputes between claimants and insurers, and penalties for bad faith insurers
- Introduced HB621 (2023) to levy a one dollar tax through Dec. 31, 2027, on each sale of a ticket for admission to a football game in East Baton Rouge Parish at Louisiana State University or Southern University and dedicates the avails of the tax to development and support of passenger rail service between New Orleans and Baton Rouge
- Introduced HB40 (2022) relative to the admissibility of evidence obtained by means of misrepresentation or deceptive practices
- Introduced HB533 (2022) to provide relative to recusal of a district attorney
- Introduced HB660 (2022) to require mandatory retirement of district attorneys who reach 70 years of age
- Introduced HB743 (2022) to exclude individuals who aren't licensed to practice law in the state of Louisiana from seeking the office of clerk of court, except in Orleans Parish
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