- Introduced HB279 to provide for the appointment of poll watchers by the state central committee of certain political parties
- Introduced HB342 to prohibit financial institutions from denying financial services to a person based upon a person's political affiliation or any environmental, social, or governmental credit factors
- Introduced HB354 to prohibit parish and municipal governments from requiring a person to prove or disclose his medical status related to diseases as a condition of participating in a constitutionally protected activity
- Introduced HB401 to require the governing authority of each public high school offering American history and civics as prerequisites to graduation to include specified information regarding the founding principles of the U.S. in such courses
- Introduced HB808 to expand the Parents' Bill of Rights for Public Schools by adding that parents have the right that a school shall not discriminate against their children by teaching that they are oppressed or oppressors based on their race or national origin
- Introduced HB821 to require rejection of bids on supply contracts from companies domiciled in Russia or Communist countries and authorizes rejection of bids on supply contracts when one or more component parts of the supplied goods are manufactured in Russia or a Communist country
- Introduced HB929 to provide the state content standards for the subject of social studies in grades kindergarten through 12
- Introduced HB1056 to redefine the requirements for persons permitted to register or vote, including the requirement that the be a citizen of the U.S.
- Introduced HR189 requesting local governments to stop requiring proof of medical status as a condition for participation in constitutionally protected activities
- Introduced HR246 to create the Environmental, Social, and Governance Criteria Study Group to study and make recommendations regarding regulation of the use of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria in lending and investment practices
- Publicly declared inappropriate materials have no place in the children's section of public libraries
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