- October 14, 2023 - Elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives (District 94) receiving 88% of the vote.
- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- 2023 - Was one of five Republicans who changed their earlier and voted NO to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB81 by Raymond Crew seeking to prevent teachers from secretly changing the pronouns of students.
- 2023 - Was one of two Republicans who changed their earlier and voted NO to override Gov. Edwards’ veto of HB466 by Dodie Horton seeking to prevent teachers from sharing their sexual proclivities with children.
- Voted AGAINST HB466 (2023) to provide relative to instruction on and discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity with certain public school students
- Co-sponsored HB54 (2023) to provide relative to the time limitations on district attorneys to initiate prosecution of a juvenile as an adult for certain offenses
- Introduced HB160 (2023) to provide relative to the rights of victims of alleged delinquent acts.
- Introduced HB242 (2023) to provide relative to corporal punishment in elementary and secondary schools
- Introduced HB395 (2023) to provide for the filings and form requirements of certain business entities
- Introduced HB486 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to specify that the ad valorem property tax exemptions for certain veterans with disabilities shall apply to taxes beginning in tax year 2023
- Introduced HB500 to specify that the ad valorem property tax exemptions for certain veterans with disabilities shall apply to taxes beginning in tax year 2023
- Introduced HB293 (2022) to require existing one- or two-family dwellings to have a carbon monoxide detector containing a long-life, sealed battery at the time of sale or lease
- Introduced HB417 (2022) to authorize early learning centers to maintain a supply of auto-injectable epinephrine for emergency use
- Introduced HB429 (2022) to establish a rebate for state sales and use taxes paid by nonprofit charitable organizations on purchases of construction and building materials used for constructing, rehabilitating, or renovating residential dwellings
- Introduced HB649 (2022) relative to the policy of corporal punishment in elementary and secondary schools
- Introduced HB685 (2022) to change the procedure that the legislature may use to terminate a governor's declaration of an emergency from a petition of one house to a majority vote of both houses
- Introduced HB701 (2022) to provide the procedures for the legislature to terminate a declaration of a state of disaster or emergency; provides for the declaration of a state or emergency in parishes and municipalities; requires the approval of the governing authority of the parish or municipality before a declaration of a state of emergency may continue for a period exceeding 90 days
On Monday, Louisiana's House Committee on Education met with Louisiana Department of Education for an update on the social studies standards development. The focus of the meeting was procedure. Parents also expressed concern about the curriculum. The meeting began...
Most adults are aware of the devastating impact segregation had on America. It is crucial that we never repeat this part of history. This is why some lawmakers do not feel segregation should be pushed on children in Louisiana schools. Unfortunately, House Speaker,...
With friends like these, who needs enemies? Louisiana republicans are incapable of uniting even with a super majority. Democrat Ted James runs the speaker and the house. Maybe he is the leader everyone needs. You don't see democrats sacrificing each other in a...