- Co-sponsored HB17 (2024 1st Extraordinary Session) to provide for closed party primary elections for certain offices.
- 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 HB153 (2023) to provide for a four-year phase-in, from 2024 through 2027, of an ad valorem property tax exemption for business inventory and requires that the decrease in taxes associated with the exemption be absorbed by the taxing authority, causing neither increases in tax liability for taxpayers nor reappraisal
- Introduced HB156 (2023) to reduce the annual cap on motion picture production tax credits (tax credits) awarded in final certification letters by the Dept. of Economic Development (DED) from $150M to $75M per fiscal year, reduces the annual cap on the amount of tax credits that may be claimed on tax returns from $180M to $80M each fiscal year, and reduces the per project cap on motion picture productions from $20M to $10M and from $25M to $12.5M for scripted episodic content productions
- Introduced HB157 (2023) to exempt steam, water, electric power or energy, natural gas, and other energy sources used directly in the manufacturing process from the 2% levy of the state's composite sales and use tax
- Introduced HB172 (2023) to reduce the severance tax rate on oil over an eight-year period from 12.5% to 8.5% of its value at the time and place of severance and fixes the severance tax rate for oil produced from certain incapable and stripper wells at the current rate
- Introduced HB173 (2023) to phase-out individual income taxes and taxes levied on the income of estates and trusts over five years and repeals the automatic reduction in each individual income tax rate if certain revenue thresholds are met
- Introduced HB181 (2023) to allow coroners, deputy coroners, and assistant coroners to execute an emergency certificate via actual examination or telemedicine examination and establishes provisions for such persons
- Introduced HB197 (2023) to phase-out the corporate franchise tax over five years beginning Jan. 1, 2024
- Introduced HB203 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to repeal the state sales and use tax exemptions for food for home consumption, certain utilities for residential use, and prescription drugs
- Introduced HB204 (2023) to codify in statute the constitutional sales and use tax exemption for electricity sold directly to the consumer for residential use; revises citations of law associated with sales and use tax exemptions for other residential utilities, food for home consumption, and prescription drugs
- Introduced HB214 (2023) to repeal the state tax levied on the taxable income of individuals, estates and trusts, and corporations; the state corporate franchise tax; and income and franchise tax exemptions, deductions, exclusions, and credits
- Introduced HB246 (2023) to phase-out corporation income taxes over five years beginning on Jan. 1, 2024
- Introduced HB297 (2023) to provide for a two year period within which violations of the intentional and simple littering laws must be cited
- Introduced HB373 (2023) to prohibit a provider of drinking water from denying a request for water service to a properly permitted residential or commercial structure that is located within the provider's service area
- Introduced HB378 (2023) to provide relative to the use of the population database comprised of DNA samples
- Introduced HB385 (2023) to provide guidelines for the La. Manufactured Housing Commission and for the sale and lease of manufactured housing
- Co-sponsored HB462 (2023) to require each public school governing authority to post on its website certain fiscal information and requires the treasurer to post the information on the website of the Dept. of the Treasury
- Introduced HCR45 (2023) to create the La. Solar Siting Task Force to study the impact of, and alternatives to, locating solar energy developments on farmland. Provides for the composition of the task force, structure, meeting requirements, and quorum. Requires the task force submit a written report of its findings to the legislature by Feb. 1, 2024
- Introduced HB33 (2022) to create and provide for a program to provide state funding for the education of students not enrolled in public school
- Introduced HB69 (2022) establishing an inference that the registered owner of a vehicle has disposed of litter when there is photographic evidence of the license plate of the vehicle from which the litter was disposed
- Introduced HB167 (2022) to reduce the severance tax rate on oil over an eight-year period from 12.5% to 8.5% of its value at the time and place of severance and specifies the severance tax rate for oil produced from certain wells
- Introduced HB300 (2022) to eliminate the restricted journeyman plumber license and restricted master plumber licenses as options for licensure of plumbers
- Introduced HB898 (2022) to prohibit parishes and municipalities from adopting certain rules and regulations that restrict the use and storage of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
- Introduced HB943 (2022) to reduce the rates for purposes of calculating individual income tax liability and the tax liability of estates and trusts by .25% of the rate for each bracket of the tax
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