Governor Jindal Signs New Bills Into Law Bringing Total To 338 This Session
Governor Jindal signed quite a few bills yesterday as the legislative session begins it's final week. The total amount of bills signed into law throughout this entire session so far has been 338. A summary of each bill that was signed and a link to the bill itself this week is as follows;
HB 37 by Rep. Gisclair relates to the Lockport Mayor's Court.
HB 67 by Rep. Fannin relates to group insurance premiums for retired sheriffs and deputy sheriffs of the Winn Parish Sheriff's Office.
HB 78 by Rep. Pope relates to the administration of the Livingston Parish Retired Employees' Insurance Fund.
HB 121 by Rep. Lopinto relates to conditions of parole.
HB 132 by Rep. Ligi relates to service of process on attorneys.
HB 156 by Rep. Simon relates to educational services within the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
HB 197 by Rep. H. Burns relates to motor vehicle safety.
HB 215 by Rep. P. Smith relates to victim and offender communications.
HB 234 by Rep. Hodges provides for a prestige license plate to help save the honeybee.
HB 242 by Rep. Harris relates to the position of deputy chief of police in the City of Alexandria.
HB 252 by Rep. Ponti relates to the Broadmoor Crime Prevention and Improvement District in East Baton Rouge Parish.
HB 269 by Rep. Barrow relates to education of children in foster care.
HB 310 by Rep. Ponti relates to the issuance of permits to dismantle motor vehicles that are more than 15 years old.
HB 352 by Rep. Burford relates to group insurance premiums for retired sheriffs and deputy sheriffs in DeSoto Parish.
HB 357 by Rep. Brown relates to justice of the peace courts and constables in LaSalle Parish.
HB 374 by Rep. Armes relates to time limitations on the issuance of permits for official inspection stations.
HB 389 by Rep. Schroder relates to child support enforcement functions of the Department of Children and Family Services.
HB 414 by Rep. Barrow changes the name of the Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
HB 459 by Rep. Abramson relates to motions for summary judgment.
HB 466 by Rep. Abramson relates to the rent of lands and annuities.
HB 485 by Rep. Thierry relates to school buses.
HB 510 by Rep. Burford relates to the justice of the peace courts and constables in DeSoto Parish.
HB 532 by Rep. Jim Morris relates to the sale of surface water.
HB 533 by Rep. Hodges relates to the implied consent law.
HB 534 by Rep. Williams provides for the suspension of certain licenses.
HB 545 by Rep. Pearson relates to hospital service districts.
HB 565 by Rep. Dove re-creates the Department of Natural Resources.
HB 568 by Rep. Bishop relates to the sales of certain property.
HB 570 by Rep. Montoucet relates to the shipment of alligator parts or skins.
HB 591 by Rep. Schroder relates to the Traumatic Head and Spinal Cord Injury Trust Fund Advisory Board.
HB 592 by Rep. Jay Morris provides for special divisions or sections in district courts.
HB 595 by Rep. Cromer relates to the La. Insurance Code.
HB 660 by Rep. Bishop relates to solicitations by nongovernmental entities.
HB 684 by Rep. Pylant relates to fire protection districts in Franklin Parish.
HB 706 by Rep. Berthelot relates to the authority granted to the mayor pro tempore and other persons to perform the duties of the mayor in his absence.
HB 707 by Rep. Schroder relates to student assessment and statewide education standards.
HB 764 by Rep. Abramson relates to counterletters and simulations.
HB 883 by Rep. Henry Burns relates to the Board of Regents.
HB 929 by Rep. Miller relates to notaries.
HB 932 by Rep. Anders relates to financial security for survivors of certain law enforcement officers.
HB 998 by Rep. G. Jackson relates to investments by political subdivisions.
HB 1020 by Rep. Danahay relates to elections.
HB 1028 by Rep. Hoffman relates to the advertisement of the availability of certain license plates.
HB 1041 by Rep. Dove provides for the transfer of certain property in Terrebonne Parish.
HB 1049 by Rep. S. Bishop provides authority for federal judges to perform marriage ceremonies.
HB 1072 by Rep. Henry relates to the Quality Jobs Program and certain franchises of the National Basketball Association.
HB 1082 by Rep. Thibaut relates to Class A-General retail establishments.
HB 1088 by Rep. Henry relates to a school health program to reduce childhood obesity.
HB 1090 by Rep. Ligi relates to methods of giving notice of decisions and orders in administrative adjudication proceedings.
HB 1145 by Rep. Foil relates to notice of appeals.
HB 1164 by Rep. Hazel relates to qualifications for retail permits.
HB 1187 by Rep. Richardson relates to the purchase of used or secondhand goods.
HB 1190 by Rep. Dove provides for an alternative oyster culture permit.
HB 1191 by Rep. Thibaut relates to holding companies.
HB 1194 by Rep. Barrow relates to the performance of community service by high school students.
HB 1197 by Rep. Fannin relates to the filling of a vacancy in the office of sheriff.
SB 19 by Sen. Cortez relates to retirees of the Teachers' Retirement System of Louisiana.
SB 31 by Sen. Heitmeier relates to charter school teachers and the Teachers' Retirement System of Louisiana.
SB 60 by Sen. Riser relates to assessors and assessors' employees in Caldwell and Lincoln parishes.
SB 64 by Sen. Morrish relates to the issuance of certain retail permits.
SB 65 by Sen. Morrish relates to the 38th Judicial District Court.
SB 78 by Sen. Morrish relates to the illegal carrying of weapons.
SB 80 by Sen. Cortez relates to the Youngsville Chief of Police.
SB 87 by Sen. Buffington re-creates the Department of Health and Hospitals.
SB 91 by Sen. J. Smith authorizes constables in Calcasieu Parish to appoint a deputy constable.
SB 115 by Sen. Mills provides for immediate suspension of a license for a freestanding inpatient psychiatric hospital.
SB 118 by Sen. Gary Smith relates to the authority of the Commissioner of Insurance.
SB 128 by Sen. Claitor relates to the Louisiana Professional Geoscience Practice Act.
SB 146 by Sen. Long relates to public adjusters.
SB 150 by Sen. Thompson relates to the membership of certain commissions within the Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
SB 167 by Sen. G. Smith relates to insurance policies for portable electronics.
SB 174 by Sen. Morrell relates to the City of New Orleans' automated traffic enforcement system.
SB 178 by Sen. Nevers renames the Tangipahoa Parish Tourist and Film Commission.
SB 193 by Rep. Havard provides for prestige license plates for the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
SB 195 by Sen. Mills relates to the list of Schedule I controlled dangerous substances.
SB 196 by Sen. Mills adds Ezogabine as a Schedule V controlled dangerous substance.
SB 206 by Sen. Morrish relates to modification and renewability of certain insurance plan provisions.
SB 208 by Sen. Morrish relates to the membership of the La. Property and Casualty Commission.
SB 231 by Sen. Murray relates to prior authorization forms.
SB 232 by Sen. Broome permits the Commissioner of Insurance to issue cease and desist orders for Insurance Code violations.
SB 255 by Sen. Morrell relates to the crime of aggravated assault with a firearm.
SB 270 by Sen. Perry relates to donations of tax refunds to the Friends of Palmetto Island State Park.
SB 315 by Sen. Amedee re-creates the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism.
SB 316 by Sen. Martiny provides for the use of a power of attorney at a financial institution.
SB 353 by Sen. Murray designates the month of March as Irish-American Heritage Month.
SB 355 by Sen. Amedee relates to the transfer of property in Ascension Parish.
SB 360 by Sen. Martiny relates to the distribution and sale of marine products, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, and recreational vehicles.
SB 387 by Sen. Ward relates to the positive evidence of gender identification of deer and turkeys.
SB 399 by Sen. White relates to the powers and bylaws of electric cooperatives.
SB 407 by Sen. Murray relates to Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans usage rates.
SB 434 by Sen. Peterson relates to the judicial district indigent defender fund in Orleans Parish.
SB 457 by Sen. Perry relates to the jurisdiction of certain city courts.
SB 496 by Sen. Perry relates to the Kaplan Police Chief.
SB 535 by Sen. Johns relates to the mayor's court in the town of Westlake.
SB 557 by Sen. Erdey relates to the Boy Scouts of America prestige license plate.
SB 572 by Sen. Morrell relates to the purchase of firearms and ammunition.
SB 617 by Sen. Donahue relates to the composition of the board of commissioners of the St. Tammany Parish Development District.
SB 621 by Sen. Murray relates to the Municipal Court of New Orleans.
SB 622 by Sen. Amedee authorizes the Lieutenant Governor to perform certain duties.
SB 626 by Sen. J. Smith relates to the Beauregard Parish Covered Arena Authority.
SB 627 by Sen. Broome creates the Live Oak Trace Subdivision Crime Prevention and Improvement District in the City of Zachary.
SB 630 by Sen. Morrell relates to emergency telephone service in St. Bernard Parish.
SB 632 by Sen. Martiny relates to the Jefferson Parish Communication District authority.
SB 642 by Sen. Broome relates to mutual aid between law enforcement agencies.
SB 676 by Sen. Crowe relates to unemployment compensation benefits.