- Voted AGAINST HB152 (2023) seeking a constitutional amendment to add the fundamental right of parents to decide the nurture, education, care, custody, and control of their children
- Introduced HB71 (2023) to reduce the rate of the temporary state sales and use tax from 0.45% to 0.15% over a two-year period beginning July 1, 2023
- Introduced HB244 (2023) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to provide for uses of the Revenue Stabilization Trust Fund
- Introduced HB250 (2023) to beginning in calendar year 2023, authorizes an assessor to increase his annual compensation by not more than 10% per term of office
- Introduced HB261 (2023) to provide for uses of monies in the Revenue Stabilization Trust Fun
- Introduced HB336 (2023) to add reporting requirements for capital outlay projects, requires projects funded through the issuance of debt to be included in the Capital Outlay Act, adds application requirements, requires the timely submission of invoices, and eliminates the needs-based exemption from the local match requirement for nonstate entity projects
- Introduced HB364 (2023) to phase-out the corporate franchise tax over four years beginning Jan. 1, 2025
- Introduced HB387 (2023) to repeal the corporation franchise tax and removes eligibility of certain tax credits to be claimed against the corporation franchise tax
- Introduced HB416 (2023) to provide relative to juveniles who commit the crime of communicating false information of a planned bombing on school property, at a school-sponsored function, or in a firearm-free zone and provides for penalties
- Introduced HB641 (2023) to terminate certain income, corporate franchise, severance, sales and use, severance, tobacco, petroleum product, and excise tax exemptions, exclusions, credits, deductions, reductions, and other tax incentives
- Introduced HB205 (2022) seeking a Constitutional Amendment to extend term limits for certain members in the legislature
- Introduced HB276 (2022) to provide for the secretary of state to conduct franchise fee audits and dispute resolutions and exempts certain video programming from the definition of video service
- Introduced HB750 (2022) to authorize the Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries to prosecute simple and commercial littering violations through civil action or adjudicatory hearing and redistributes the fines and special court costs paid for littering violations cited and prosecuted by the department
- Involved in bar fight with Sen. Norby Chabert (2018)
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