- Introduced HB66 to require a public school governing authority to permit a student who lives within one mile from school to walk to and from school with the parent's permission
- Introduced HB98 relative to the accountability system for schools participating in the Student Scholarships for Educational Excellence Program
- Introduced HB221 doubling procurement limits for purchases of materials and supplies by public entities
- Introduced HB247 to provide with respect to the recusal of judges
- Introduced HB259 to call a limited constitutional convention to convene on Aug. 1, 2022, to be composed of 120 delegates, appointed from congressional districts by the speaker of the House, president of the Senate, governor, and chief justice of the supreme court. Requires convention to complete draft of proposed constitution by July 1, 2023
- Introduced HB260 to establish firearm hold agreements, and provides a limitation of liability for federal firearms licensees who enter into such agreements
- Introduced HB268 to require insurers to pay the amount of any property claim due any person within 60 days of when the property is first inspected by the insurer, its representative, or its agent, either in person or through remote technological means
- Introduced HB370 to provide for the self-distribution of beer and malt beverages under certain conditions
- Introduced HB443 to provide relative to the financial obligations of criminal offenders and the consideration of financial hardship in establishing the method of payment of the defendant's obligations
- Introduced HB645 to create the Community Options Waiver Fund ("fund") and provides for dedication and uses of monies in the fund
- Introduction HB697 to revise laws establishing and providing for a regulatory system for medical marijuana
- Introduced HB698 to provide for fees and charges to be assessed by the La. Department of Health and La. Board of Pharmacy in connection with regulation of production and testing of marijuana for therapeutic use
- Introduced HB807 to create a grant program to address disaster resiliency and grid stability
- Introduced HB912 to make technical changes to certain provisions relative to the manner in which ballots are prepared and marked and relative to determinations by the parish board of election supervisors regarding certain marks on ballots
- Introduced HCR87 requesting the courts to develop and implement a unified court cost system
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.
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...