- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator and answered the Louisiana Right to Life Questionnaire 100% Pro-Life.
- Introduced HB145 (2023) to change the rates and brackets for purposes of calculating income tax for individuals, estates, and trusts from a graduated rate system to a single flat rate of 4%
- Introduced HB146 (2023) to change the corporate income tax from a graduated schedule of rates dependent on the taxable income of the taxpayer to a flat rate of 4%
- Introduced HB147 (2023) to establish as a condition for parole eligibility, provides that offenders shall not have any disciplinary offenses within 24 consecutive months prior to their parole eligibility and hearing date
- Introduced HB151 (2023) to provide for forfeiture of good time and credits earned toward diminution of sentence in certain circumstances
- Introduced HB221 (2023) to require an agency to identify two agency rules to repeal at the same time it proposes to adopt a new rule and grants to a select committee on oversight of a house of the legislature the same power and authority regarding review of agency rules granted to the standing committees and any oversight subcommittee thereof
- Introduced HB257 (2023) to reduce the state sales and use tax rate from 4.45% to 4% and extends sales and use taxes imposed by the state and political subdivisions to digital goods delivered into La.
- Introduced HB170 (2022) to allow a candidate to receive campaign contributions in the form of crypto-currency
- Introduced HB179 (2022) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to remove the line item veto power of the governor
- Introduced HB227 (2022) to create and provide for a program to provide state funding for the education of students with exceptionalities not enrolled in public school
- Introduced HB390 (2022) to provide for expiration of agency rules
- Introduced HB405 (2022) to provide for calling a constitutional convention and preparations therefo
- Introduced HB476 (2022) to place the Department of Economic Development within the office of the lieutenant governor
- Introduced HB640 (2022) regarding vaccines and vaccine-related pharmaceuticals produced with aborted human fetal-derived cells or human embryonic-derived cells
- Introduced HB666 (2022) to require state statutes or rules to be interpreted de novo in judicial review cases
- Introduced HB696 (2022) to exempt in-state housing manufacturers from certain licensure requirements
- Introduced HB741 (2022) to require the Department of Revenue to accept virtual currency as a form of payment of taxes, licenses, fees, penalties, and interest due to the state
- Introduced HB799 (2022) to require the La. Dept of Health (department) to find good cause when enforcing certain regulations on a manufacturer, packer, or proprietor of certain products
- Introduced HB802 (2022) to allow banks to provide custodial services relative to digital access
- Introduced HB804 (2022) to exempt blockchain tokens from securities law when certain conditions are met
- Introduced HB985 (2022) to change the definition of "currency" to include "virtual currency"
- Introduced HB1010 (2022) to allow a governing authority to petition the state land office (office) to create deregulated industrial power zones (power zones)
- Introduced HCR103 (2022) to direct the Cash Management Review Board to consider and report on ways the state can utilize cryptocurrency
- Introduced HCR104 (2022) requesting the Dept. of Revenue to study and report on the feasibility of accepting virtual currency as a form of payment of taxes, licenses, fees, penalties, and interest due to the state
- Introduced HR180 (2022) requesting the Supervisory Committee on Campaign Finance Disclosure to study issues surrounding the acceptance of campaign contributions in the form of crypto-currency
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.
Soon Louisiana will elect a new governor. Citizens are asking which candidate will be most willing to work with legislators on balancing power.
You may remember the fake "Fiscal Cliff" narrative JBE put out a few years ago. He called one special session after another, demanding (in two-year-old fashion) that taxes must be raised, or the entire state of Louisiana might just stuff off into the Gulf of...