- Introduced HB15 (2023) to provide for annual audits of every homeowners association comprised of 25 or more lot owners
- Introduced HB25 (2023) to grant parish and municipal governing authorities certain powers over local public libraries
- Introduced HB190 (2023) to modify relative to a health insurance issuer and its application as an employee benefit plan under the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA)
- Introduced HB212 (2023) to provide that the number of electors required to sign a recall petition shall be a percentage of the number of electors who voted in the contest electing the public official to his office, or if the public official was elected without opposition, the number of electors in the voting area who voted in the most recent election for an office that encompassed the voting area
- Introduced HB635 (2023) to change the calculation basis for the excise tax levied upon vapor products and electronic cigarettes and dedicates a portion of the tax avails to funding salaries and related benefits of the La. State Police
- Introduced HB09 (2022) to prohibit homeowner association community documents from restricting lot owners' rights to protect their property and persons domiciled on their property
- Introduced HB52 (2022) to create the crime of unwarranted video surveillance of residential property
- Introduced HB57 (2022) to provide for a 45-day notice period for individual lot owners prior to the filing of a homeowners association privilege and reduces the homeowners association privilege enforcement period to 90 days. Provides for the cancellation of extinguished privileges from the mortgage records
- Introduced HB85 (2022) to prohibit the governing authority of any local municipality or parish from enacting ordinances authorizing the use of automated speed enforcement devices to regulate traffic
- Introduced HB181 (2022) to prohibit the splitting of profits, fees, or commissions derived from traffic fines
- Introduced HB387 (2022) to provide for the disclosure of required homeowners' association membership in the listing of a residential property. Requires the buyer be given a copy of homeowners' association covenants and governing documents
- Introduced HB542 (2022) to grant the Public Service Commission authority to regulate internet service and internet service providers within this state
- Introduced HB1058 (2022) to provide for notification to the purchaser of the presence of restrictive covenants and building restrictions governing the use of the property being purchased
Bossier Parish's House District 9 has Dodie Horton facing challenger Christopher D Turner. Who's who and what's what? I'm glad you asked!
We've been watching Louisiana Senate District 22 for a while. Let's admit it - we've all been not wanting to watch now for way too long.
We keep shining the light into those dark corners of Louisiana government. What we found this time is nothing short of shocking. It would appear that several legislators in the power-clique have helped to craft policies that impact certain government created monopolies in which their spouses make a substantial living.
As often as he has changed up the rules in attempt to silence us, its apparent the Speaker of the House has more time for petty vindictiveness than he has for defending small business and individual liberty.
A healthcare worker invited me to a meeting with Louisiana's Speaker of the House. She wanted to ask questions and share information she felt was important. I went as moral support but had the opportunity to ask a few questions of my own. Access Granted Initially...
How would your legislature vote when given the choice between big tech billionaires and little you? It's likely that you intrinsically knew the answer before being posed with the question. Florida protected their citizens free speech rights. Why can't Louisiana?...
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...
I really wasn't planning to tell you all this. The tipping point was finding out that the speaker called a group of legislators and attorneys to his office for the express purpose of browbeating four ladies who had also been invited. My meeting was probably...