- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Voted in favor of moving forward (House - Civil Law and Procedure Committee) Valarie Hodge’s HB537 prohibiting foreign ownership of immovable property. (Video 42:10) May 15, 2023
- Introduced HB60 (2023) to add "electricity disbursed by electric vehicle supply equipment" and "electric vehicle supply equipment" to certain definitions under the La. Weights and Measures Law
- Introduced HB125 (2023) to restrict ownership of agricultural lands by foreign adversaries
- Introduced HB215 (2023) to require the office of motor vehicles within the Dept. of Public Safety and Corrections to accept credit cards, charge cards, and debit cards for the payment of fees, fines, taxes, penalties, and interest
- Introduced HB585 (2023) to create a council focused on economic development goals
- Introduced HCR08 (2023) requesting the Gov. Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and the La. State Police to provide weekly joint reports by electronic mail on security threats, criminal activity, drug use and overdose rates, illegal immigration statistics, and other specific threats that endanger the health and safety of citizens of La.
- Introduced HB117 (2022) to authorize the prescription, administration, and dispensing of certain drugs for off-label use by healthcare professionals with prescriptive authority
- Introduced HB928 (2022) to prohibit unlawful employment practices based upon a medical or physical condition, immunity status, or vaccination status
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Jamie Pope contributed (greatly) to this article. Governor Edwards vetoed thirty-one (31) bills in the 2021 regular session. There are two that have garnered most of the attention. However, as we'll outline below, a large number of these vetoes kill very good...