- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- Introduced SB13 (2023) to require any enforcement action under the coastal zone management program be brought within a peremptive period of ten years from the first occurrence of the use or activity giving rise to the action
- Introduced SB62 (2023) to remove natural gas pipelines from the notification requirements of hazardous material releases
- Introduced SB64 (2023) to create Ezekiel's Law and provides relative to protecting children from abuse
- Introduced SB82 (2023) to provide changes relative to ignition interlock devices
- Introduced SB37 (2022) to prohibit denial of healthcare services based on vaccination status
- Introduced SB58 (2022) to provide that no person shall be required to disclose his immunization status to any state entity, local or municipal body, or city or parish school board for any purpose
- Introduced SB105 (2022) relative to written notice of property, casualty, and liability policy renewals
- Introduced SB384 (2022) to prohibit a bank, credit union, financial institution, payment processor, savings and loan association, or trust company from engaging in discriminatory lending acts and practices of any kind, by denying a petroleum industry affiliated loan application when the applicant otherwise qualifies for the loan
- Introduced SB441 (2022) to provide that a public officer who has retired or resigned while in office cannot be appointed to succeed himself in the office from which he retired or resigned. Further provides that a public officer who has retired or resigned while in office is not eligible to be a candidate in the special election called as a result of his retirement or resignation
Every Legislator is limited to only five non-fiscal bills this session. Some are great, but, as expected, some are nuts.
Republicans are constantly trying to convince you that they are doing everything they can. The truth is, they are not. They count on not having to stick to their word or stand by their vote. Is insincerity the reason they fear a veto session? Senate, the place...