Bill Tracker

Bill FocusBill #Bill SponsorSummaryCurrent Status
HealthHB 1 Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)specifically 750k Appropriations ask regarding EBT match at farmers market for fruits and vegtables be statewidePending House Appropriations
PreK-12HB 4Representative Phillip Tarver (R)Removes gubernatorial appointments on BESE, reducing board # from 11 to 8. House Floor Action
Criminal JusticeHB 7Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) Provides relative to court-monitored domestic abuse intervention program (OR NO IMPACT See Note) Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice - Considered 3/17/22
FirearmsHB 8Representative Bryan Fontenot (R) Allows city prosecutors and assistant city prosecutors to legally carry guns Pending Senate Final Passage
FirearmsHB 9Representative Paul Hollis (R) Prohibits homeowner association community documents from restricting lot owners' rights to protect their property and persons domiciled on their property.Pending House Civil Law & Procedure
Government AffairsHB 12Representative Larry Frieman (R) Provides for legislative termination of a declaration of an emergency or any portion of the declaration.Senate final passage
EnvironmentHB 25Representative Danny McCormick (R) Prohibits retirement systems from investing in companies that boycott energy companiesPending House Retirement
HB 27
HousingHB 28Representative Nicholas Muscarello Jr., (R)Provides relative to certain eviction proceedings in the City Court of HammondSenate final passage
FiscalHB 29Representative Richard James Nelson (R)(Constitutional Amendment) To require the legislature to appropriate no less than fifty percent of nonrecurring state revenues for application to certain state retirement system unfunded accrued liabilityHouse Final Passage
FiscalHB 31Reprenstative Phillip Tarver (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Dedicates a certain amount of state nonrecurring revenue to state retirement systems for supplemental benefit paymentsHouse Final Passage
PreK-12HB 33Representative Phillip DeViller (R)Creates and provides for a program to provide state funding for the education of students not enrolled in public school (OR INCREASE GF EX See Note)Senate Education
Elections and VotingHB 35Representative Les Farnum (R)Provides for a supplemental annual canvass of registered votersSenate Floor Action
FirearmsHB 37Representative Danny McCormick (R) Allows permitless conceal carry for anyone over 18 Senate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 40Representative Mack Marcel Cormier (D)Provides relative to evidence that is admissibleInvoluntarily Defered
DiscriminationHB 41Representative Candace Newell (D) Provides relative to race and national origin discrimination in education, employment, public accommodations, and housing optionsHouse Floor Action
FirearmsHB 42Representative Larry Frieman (R) Provides an exception to the crime of illegal carrying of weapons for retired justices of the peaceSenate Final passage
FirearmsHB 43Representative Larry Frieman (R) Provides relative to enforcement of federal firearm lawsSenate Judiciary B
Vaccination StatusHB 47Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) Requires that any communication issued to students or parents relative to immunization requirements include exemption information and an exemption formSenate Introduction
Vaccination StatusHB 48Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) Prohibits the administration of vaccines on school property and at school-sponsored eventsWITHDRAWN
Criminal JusticeHB 51Representative Jonathan Goudeau (R)Provides relative to vehicular homicideSenate Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 53Representative Larry Frieman (R) (Constitutional Amendment) Provides with respect to autonomy in making personal health care decisionsFailed Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 54Representative Larry Bagley (R) Creates the crime of discrimination based on vaccination statusSenate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 60Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)Provides relative to the termination of an existing judicial section of the Juvenile Court for Orleans ParishSent to Governor
Criminal JusticeHB 64Representative Mandy Landry (D)Changes the definition of child from a person under the age of 17 to a person under the age of 18 in certain contexts.Senate Judiciary B
Criminal JusticeHB 68Representative Barbara Carpenter (D)Adds minor children of the offender to the list of specific victims of the crime of first degree murder.Subject to call - House final passage
PreK-12HB 75Representative Lance Harris (R)Requires public school governing authorities to post on their websites information pertaining to instructional materials and activities ** Charter school exemptPending House Education
FiscalHB 80Representative Rick Edmonds (R)Restricts spending of state general fund revenue-direct to 98% of the official forecastSenate Finance
HousingHB 83Representative Laurie Schlegal (R)Provides relative to homeowner's insurance policies that require a civil authority to prohibit use of the dwelling in order to pay loss of use benefitsSenate Final Passage
PreK-12HB 84Representative Phillip Tarver (R)Eliminates, subject to adoption of a constitutional amendment, the gubernatorial appointment of three members of the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, providing for an all-elected membership and reducing the membership to eightHouse Floor Action
HealthHB 90Representative Denise Marcelle (D)Creates the office on women's health within the La. Department of Health and provides for the functions of the office.Senate Finance
Criminal JusticeHB 99Representative Wayne McMahen (R)Adds the crime of resisting a police officer with force or violence to the list of crimes of violenceSentate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 101Representative Danny McCormick (R) Provides that a homicide is justified when committed to prevent imminent destruction of property or imminent threat of tumultuous and violent conduct during a riot.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 103Representative Polly Thomas (R)Requires persons convicted of the offense of production or manufacturing of methamphetamine to register with local law enforcement agencies.Senate Introduction
Criminal JusticeHB 106Representative Kyle Green (D)Eliminates the death penaltyPending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 109Representative Kyle Green (D)increases the one-year prescriptive period for delictual actions to a two-year prescriptive periodPending House Civil Law and Procedure
Criminal JusticeHB 124Representative Nicholas Muscarello (R) Provides relative to certain judicial proceedings conducted by audio-visual meansSenate Judiciary A
MarijuanaHB 125Representative Denise Marcelle (D)Cannabis LegalizationPending House Judiciary
Workers RightsHB 126Representative Troy D. Romero (R)Prohibits the disqualification of unemployment benefits to individuals who were terminated from their employment due to failure to comply with a COVID-19 vaccine requirement.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Criminal JusticeHB 129Representative Richard James Nelson (R)Removes the provisions associated with an arrested person's failure to honor a written promise to appearSenate Transportation, Highways, and Public Works
PreK-12HB 133Representative Lance Harris (R)Provides for technical corrections and revision of provisions of Title 17 of the Louisiana Revised StatutesSenate Education
Criminal JusticeHB 134Representative Joseph Marino (I)Provides relative to the crime of false statements and false or altered documentsSent to Governor
MarijuanaHB 135Representative Joseph Marino (I)Authorizes dispensing of medical marijuana by Louisiana-licensed marijuana pharmacies to certain qualifying patients who are not Louisiana residents.Senate Health and Welfare
MarijuanaHB 137Representative Joseph Marino (I)Provides relative to immunity from prosecution for medical marijuanaSenate Judiciary
FiscalHB 140Representative Michael Echols (R)Requires the waiver of all penalties and interest for the late filing of an income tax return or the late payment of income tax if the return or payment was originally due during a certain gubernatorially declared disaster and the late return or payment was submitted no later than April 30, 2022.Pending House Ways and Means
EnvironmentHB 141Representative Danny McCormick (R) Prohibits certain public contracts with companies that boycott fossil fuel companiesPending House Appropriations
HealthHB 146Representative Charles Owen (R)Provides relative to civil proceedings authorizing a sterilization or abortion of an interdict or person under continuing tutorshipHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 156Representative Barbara Reich Freiberg (R)Provides relative to criminal history review with respect to teacher certificationSenate Education
HousingHB 160Representative Mandie Landry (D)Prohibits a lessor or owner from bringing an action for possession of a residential property on the basis of abandonment for 30 days following the declaration of a federally declared disaster if the federally declared disaster caused the residential premises to be abandoned.Senate Judiciary A
Criminal JusticeHB 162Representative Joseph Marino (I)Exempts the payment of expungement fees for persons determined to be factually innocent and for persons granted a pardon.Sent to Governor
EnvironmentHB 165Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)Present law sets the maximum acreage for oil and gas leases at 5,000 acres. Proposed law retains present law and provides for leases for wind energy and sets the maximum acreage for such at 25,000 acres.Senate Final Passage
Government AffairsHB 166Representative Gregory A Miller (R)Clarifies that the deadline for gubernatorial action on a bill is based upon the legislative session in which the bill passed.Senate and Governmental Affairs
EnvironmentHB 167Representative Phillip DeViller (R)Reduces the severance tax rate on oil over an eight-year period from 12.5% to 8.5% of its value at the time and place of severance and specifies the severance tax rate for oil produced from certain wells.Pending House Ways and Means
EnvironmentHB 169Representative Neil Riser (R) Removes requirement that state employed geoscientists have professional licenses.Sent to Governor
Elections and VotingHB 170Representative Mark Wright (R)Provides procedure for accepting crypto-currency as a campaign contribution.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 175Representative Mandie Landry (D)Provides that inmates shall not be required to make a copayment upon receiving medical or dental treatment.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Vaccination StatusHB 177Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) (Constitutional Amendment) Prohibits discrimination based on vaccination or immunity statusPending House Civil Law and Procedure
Elections and VotingHB 178Representative Debbie DeVillio (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Provides relative to the right to voteHouse Final Passage
Government AffairsHB 179Representative Mark Wright (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Removes the line item veto power of the governorHouse Final Passage
Higher EducationHB 183Representative Jason Hughes (D)Provides relative to withholding of student transcripts for financial reasonsHouse Final Passage
DiscriminationHB 185Representative Charles Owen (R)Revises provisions relative to expressive activities on college campuses.Senate Education
Elections and VotingHB 186Representative John Stefanski (R) Provides that the standard of knowledge for a candidate making a false statement about another candidate in the election is "knows or should be reasonably expected to know"House Concurrance
Elections and VotingHB 188Representative Debbie DeVillio (R)Provides relative to prohibitions and requirements for digital material of a political natureSent to Governor
Workers RightsHB 192Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)Provides for the unemployment compensation procedure to be applied by the administrator for 2023 calendar yearLegislative Bureau
PreK-12HB 194Representative Rhonda ButlerCreates and provides for a program to provide state funding for the education of students with exceptionalities not enrolled in public schoolSenate Education
PreK-12HB 195Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D)Requires public schools to provide free menstrual products in student restrooms or other easily accessible locationsPending House Education
Criminal JusticeHB 199Representative Mandie Landry (D)(Constitutional Amendment) Provides for term limits for sheriffsPending House Judiciary
Criminal JusticeHB 200Representative Chad Brown (D)Relative to misdemeanor prosecutions, requires the court to allow a plea of not guilty by the filing of a sworn affidavit when a defendant is absent.House Concurrance
Elections and VotingHB 202Representative Mike Johnson (R) Requires political committees to indicate and certify specified information regarding independent expenditures and coordination with candidates and other political committees if applicable and requires the supervisory committee to notify a candidate if a political committee not affiliated with that candidate is organized to only support that candidate.Senate Final Passage
Government AffairsHB 205Representative Stewart Bishop (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Effective Jan. 8, 2024, changes the term limitation on legislators to three and one-half of four consecutive terms in the same house of the legislature, beginning with service on or after Jan. 11, 2016.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Elections and VotingHB 206Representative Kyle Green (D)Provides that the party affiliation for candidates for judicial office shall not be printed on the ballotHouse floor action
Elections and VotingHB 208Representative Mike Johnson (R) Changes "corporation" to "legal entity" in the definition of political committee for purposes of campaign finance disclosure.Senate Gov and Affairs
FirearmsHB 209Representative Mandie Landry (D)Authorizes certain parishes to adopt or enforce certain ordinances or regulations regarding the sale, purchase, possession, ownership, transfer, transportation, license, or registration of firearms, ammunition, or their components.Involuntarily Defered
DiscriminationHB 219Representative Kyle Green (D)Provides that pay equality shall extend to all persons employed in the state of La.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
PreK-12HB 222Representative Denise Marcelle (D)Proposed law generally retains present law as applicable to students in grades nine through 12. Provides that a student in grades pre-K through eight may be suspended only for acting in a way that is intended to cause significant bodily harm or emotional distress to another person. Proposed law requires, prior to any out-of-school suspension, assignment to alternative placement, or expulsion, that the student be assessed using an instrument approved by the La. Dept. of Health that is designed to determine if the student has experienced trauma.Pending House Education
Workers RightsHB 223Representative Denise Marcelle (D)Provides for expanded eligibility relative to participation in a workforce development sentencing program.Judiciary C
PreK-12HB 227Representative Mark Wright (R)Creates and provides for the administration of a program for the purpose of providing state funding for qualified education expenses for students with exceptionalities in grades kindergarten through 12 who are not enrolled in a public school.Pending House Education
Workers RightsHB 229Representative Kyle Green (D)$11.65, constitutional amendment, no phase-inPending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Workers RightsHB 230Representative Stewart Bishop (R)Extends the deadline for applying for rebates in the Louisiana Quality Jobs ProgramSenate Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 232Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) Prohibits requiring vaccination verification or immunity status for certain transactions or for inclusion on a driver's license or special identification cardSenate Transportation, Highways, and Public Works
MarijuanaHB 234Representative Laurie Schlegal (R)Prohibits smoking or vaping marijuana in motor vehiclesSenate Transportation, Highways, and Public Works
Criminal JusticeHB 246Representative Tammy Phelps (D)5-day grace period for lapse in auto insuranceSenate Transportation, Highways, and Public Works
Government AffairsHB 247Representative Tanner Magee (R)Provides with respect to the recusal of judges.Passed Senate
DiscriminationHB 248Representative Matthew Willard (D)Provides relative to Robert E. Lee Day and Confederate Memorial DaySenate Judiciary
HB 251
Vaccination StatusHB 253Representative Kathy Edmonston (R) Prohibits discrimination on the grounds of a person's immunity status or vaccination status in all contexts in which discrimination is prohibited in present law.Pending House Civil Law and Procedure
Elections and VotingHB 254Representative Kyle Green (D)Relative to campaign finance, removes differences in campaign contribution limits based on the office sought by the candidate.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 255Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Repeals the termination date of Act 110 of the 2020 R.S. of the Legislature of La. relative to the assessment, collection, and distribution of certain court costs and fees in the parish of OrleansPending House Judiciary
HousingHB 257Representative Mandie Landry (D)Provides for early termination of lease agreements for certain lessees with physical or mental conditions that require relocation.Involuntarily Defered
Criminal JusticeHB 258Representative Mandie Landry (D)Provides that a person not under indictment, incarcerated under an order of indictment, or on probation or parole for a felony offense after a conviction rendered by a verdict from a non-unanimous jury shall be eligible to qualify to serve as a juror.House Judiciary
FirearmsHB 260Representative Tanner Magee (R)Establishes firearm hold agreements, and provides a limitation of liability for federal firearms licensees who enter into such agreements.Senate Judiciary A
EnvironmentHB 267Representative Neil Riser (R) Provides relative to the existing right of a storage facility operator to expropriate property for the purpose of drilling through a storage facility in Caldwell ParishSenate Final Passage
PreK-12HB 269Representative Richard James Nelson (R)Prohibits promotion to the fourth grade of certain students whose reading deficiencies have not been remedied by the end of the third gradeSenate Education
Criminal JusticeHB 271Representative Jason Hughes (D)Provides relative to post conviction relief for non-unanimous jury verdictsPending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 272Representative Patrick O. Jefferson (D) Provides for mental health evaluations in divorce and child custody proceedingsSenate Judiciary A
EnvironmentHB 273Representative Danny McCormick (R) Provides relative to financial institutionsPending House Commerce
PreK-12HB 274Representative Rick Edmonds (R)Proposed law additionally requires adoption awareness instruction to include: The reasons adoption is preferable to abortion. Statistical data on abortion, adoption, and childbirth.Senate introduction
Elections and VotingHB 279Representative Valarie Hodges (R) Provides for the appointment of poll watchers by the state central committee of certain political parties.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 282Representative Joseph Marino (I)Provides relative to the probation of defendants in drug division probation programs or specialty court programsSenate Judiciary C
EnvironmentHB 283Representative Jack McFarland (R) Provides relative to timber harvest season permitsSenate Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 294Representative Richard James Nelson (R)Provides relative to the guaranteed issue of Medicare supplement policiesHouse Concurance
Vaccination StatusHB 295Representative Troy D. Romero (R)Requires that proof of COVID-19 antibodies be treated and recognized as being vaccinatedPending House Health and Welfare
DiscriminationHB 298Representative Edmond Jordan (D)(Constitutional Amendment) Prohibits slavery and involuntary servitudePending House Civil Law and Procedure
EnvironmentHB 299Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Provides for an exception to the Open Meetings LawSenate and Governmental Affairs
HousingHB 303Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D)Provides relative to discrimination in sale or rental of housing and other prohibited practicesFailed House Final Passage
Workers RightsHB 308Representative Patrick Jefferson (D)Proposed law changes the minimum weekly benefit amount from $10 to $35. Proposed law otherwise retains present law.Senate Labor and Industrial Relations
Workers RightsHB 311Representative Denise Marcelle (D) & Kyle Green (D)Establishes a state minimum wage rate $10 in 2023, $12 in 2024Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Criminal JusticeHB 313Representative Thomas Pressly (R) Provides relative to rights of victims of criminal offensesSenate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 321Representative Delisha Boyd (D)Provides that an offender eligible for consideration for release under the program shall be any offender who meets all of the following conditions: (1) Has attained the age of at least 70 years old. (2) Has served more than 50% of the sentence imposed.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 323Representative Richard James Nelson (R)Proposed law authorizes the sheriff of each parish to establish and administer a Back on Track La. Pilot Program for inmates of any jail or prison under the jurisdiction of the sheriff.Senate Judiciary B
EnvironmentHB 331Representative Jack McFarland (R) Provides relative to the application of the timber severance taxHouse concurrence
DiscriminationHB 342Representative Valarie Hodges (R)Prohibits financial institutions from denying financial services to a person based upon a person's political affiliation or any environmental, social, or governmental credit factors.House Commerce
HealthHB 344Representative Danny McCormick (R) Prohibits the state and its political subdivisions from enforcing, administering, or cooperating with the decision and judgments of the United States Supreme Court in Roe v. WadePending House Civil Law and Procedure
Higher EducationHB 346Representative Francis Thompson (D)Provides for a program and a fund for the purpose of providing scholarships for students in approved teacher preparation programsSenate Education
Elections and VotingHB 352Representative Mandie Landry (D)Provides for paid postage on absentee voting ballots.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Vaccination StatusHB 353Representative Troy D. Romero (R)Provides that if an employer allows an employee to get regularly or periodically tested for COVID-19 in lieu of the employee adhering to an employer mandated COVID-19 vaccine requirement, then the employer must cover the testing.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Vaccination StatusHB 354 Representative Valarie Hodges (R)Prohibits 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.Pending House Health and Welfare
EnvironmentHB 355Representative Charles Owen (R) Prohibits municipalities from enacting certain regulations relative to fuel retailers and transportation infrastructureHouse Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 357Representative Samuel Jenkins (D)Proposed law retains present law except to remove the stipulation that the president's authority to change the location of the polling place is contingent on there being no regularly scheduled meeting of the parish governing authority prior to the election.Senate and Governmental Affairs
Vaccination StatusHB 359Representative Beau Beaullieu (R)Prohibits implementation of federal election directives and guidance and spending of federal money for elections under certain conditions.Senate and Governmental Affairs
FirearmsHB 365Representative Alan Seabaugh (R)Designates the crime of possession of a firearm by a felon as a crime of violenceSenate Judiciary C
Government AffairsHB 366Representative Larry Frieman (R) (Constitutional Amendment) Provides relative to the mandatory retirement age for judgesPending House Judiciary
PreK-12HB 369Representative Lance Harris (R)Requires public school governing authorities and public schools to post on their websites laws pertaining to parental access to instructional materials and the Parents' Bill of RightsHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 371Representative Wayne McMahen (R)Amends the definition of "police officer" for the crimes of battery of a police officer and resisting a police officer with force or violence to include juvenile detention facility officers.Senate Final Passage
EnvironmentHB 372Representative Troy D. Romero (R) Provides for the assessment of green house gas emissions reduction facilities for purposes of ad valorem property taxesPending House Ways and Means
Criminal JusticeHB 376Representative Mike Wright (R)Provides relative to the operation of a motor vehicle while using a wireless telecommunication deviceHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 378Represenetative Joseph Mariano (I)Adds certain substances to the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances LawSent to Governor
Criminal JusticeHB 382Representative Francis Thompson (D)Adds certain substances to the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances LawPending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Workers RightsHB 396Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Prohibits the state from applying for a waiver of SNAP work requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents absent legislative authorization and revokes any such waiver currently in effect.Pending House Health and Welfare
EnvironmentHB 398Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Increases the maximum civil penalties assessed by the Department of Environmental QualityHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 402Representative Jason Hughes (D)Provides relative to the prescriptive period for certain actions for abuse of a minorSenate Judiciary A
Criminal JusticeHB 404Representative Richard James Nelson (R)Provides for parole eligibility for juvenile offenders.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Government AffairsHB 405Representative Mark Wright (R)Provides for calling a constitutional convention and preparations thereforPending House and Governmental Affairs
Vaccination StatusHB 407Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Prohibits adding any vaccine with emergency use authorization status to the list of vaccinations required for school and child daycare entryPending House Health and Welfare
Criminal JusticeHB 408Representative Mary DuBuissonProvides for a civil judgment in favor of the victim for outstanding restitution amounts at the termination of a defendant's term of supervision.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice - Considered 3/17/22
Criminal JusticeHB 409Representative Joseph Marino (I)Prohibits the issuance of a summons in lieu of an arrest for certain domestic violence crimesSenate Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 413Representative Bryan Fontenot (R) Requires communication issued to students or parents about a COVID-19 vaccine requirement or certain other vaccine requirements to include information about the authorized exemption from these requirementsPending House Education
Criminal JusticeHB 415Representative Joseph Marino (I)Provides relative to the administrative hearing applicable to the suspension of certain driving privilegesFailed House Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 418Representative Delisha Boyd (D)Provides relative to collection and reporting of data regarding jail facilitiesPending House Administration and Governmental Affairs
Elections and VotingHB 423Representative Buddy Mincey (R)Provides for high school seniors to have the opportunity to participate in voter registration at school.Senate Education
MarijuanaHB 425Representative Larry Bagley (R) Increases the number of licenses for pharmacies dispensing marijuana for therapeutic use.House Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 427Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Prohibits the administration of vaccines to minors on school property and at school-sponsored eventsHouse Final Passage
Vaccination StatusHB 428Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Prohibits the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and the state Department of Education from recommending any vaccine or medical procedureHouse Final Passage
MarijuanaHB 430Representative Edmond Jordan (D)Provides for the regulation of the cultivation, manufacturing, and retail sale of cannabis and cannabis products.Pending House Judiciary
Criminal JusticeHB 431Representative Edmond Jordan (D) Provides relative to DNA database cross-referencingSenate Referal
Criminal JusticeHB 433Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Provides for review hearings during the duration of commitment for a felony- grade adjudication of a child.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 434Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Prohibits deferred dispositional agreements from being available for juveniles convicted of distribution of controlled substances or crimes of violence.Senate Judiciary B
FiscalHB 436Representative Phillip Tarver (R)Authorizes a one-time rebate for La. residents who file La. individual income tax returns which reflect adjusted gross income of less than $150,000 for the 2020 tax year.Pending House Ways and Means
FiscalHB 438Representative Tony Bacala (R)Reduces the rate of the state sales and use taxPending House Ways and Means
DiscriminationHB 439Representative Delisha Boyd (D)Prohibits intentional employment discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.Involuntarily Defered
Criminal JusticeHB 442Representative Mary DuBuisson (R)Provides relative to the payment of fines, fees, costs, restitution, and the waiver of certain obligationsHouse Administration of Criminal Justice - Considered 3/17/22
Criminal JusticeHB 443Representative Tanner Magee (R)Provides relative to the payment of fines, fees, costs, restitution, and other monetary obligations related to an offender's convictionSenate Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 447Representative Jason Hughes (D)Creates the crimes of recruitment of juveniles to commit carjacking and recruitment of juveniles to commit armed robbery and adds the new crimes as elements of the crime of racketeering activity.Senate Judicairy C
PreK-12HB 452Representative Barbara Reich Freiberg (R)Creates and provides for a program to provide state funding for the education of certain students who have been victims of bullying and are not enrolled in public schoolSenate Education
FiscalHB 460Representative Ken Brass (D)Expands the purpose for which the governing authority may levy a special annual tax to include preventative programs and specifies what preventative programs encompass.Senate Judiciary B
HB 461Representative Edmond Jordan (D)Provides relative to mayors' courtsSubstitute adopted on the House floor
Criminal JusticeHB 462Representative Buddy Mincey (R)Creates the crime of unauthorized removal of a minor from school propertyHouse floor action
FirearmsHB 464Representative Alan Seabaugh (R)Provides relative to the transfer of firearmsPending House Health and Welfare
PreK-12HB 470Representative Scott McKnight (R)Provides relative to the collection and sharing of certain student informationSenate Education
Criminal JusticeHB 471Representative Buddy Mincey (R)Provides relative to background checks for workers dressed in costume as certain charactersPending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Workers RightsHB 472Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Establishes a minimum direct wage of $4.26 per hour for tipped employees.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
DiscriminationHB 474Representative Larry Frieman (R) Prohibits financial institutions from denying financial services to a person based upon a person's political affiliation or any environmental, social, or governmental credit factors.House Commerce
FirearmsHB 483Representative Travis Johnson (D)Changes the amount of time required to lapse before a person with a felony conviction is allowed to possess a concealed weapon or apply for a concealed handgun permit from 10 years to five years.Senate Judiciary B
Criminal JusticeHB 485Representative Denise Marcelle (D)Excludes certain criminal fines, fees, and costs from the additional costs assessed by the office of debt recovery when a debt becomes delinquent.Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 492Representative Bryan Fontenot (R) Provides relative to the issuance of a summons by a peace officerSenate Judiciary C
Workers RightsHB495Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Provides relative to family and parental leave for state employeesPending House and Governmental Affairs
Government AffairsHB 498 Representative Kyle Green (D)Changes the timing and duration of regular legislative sessions; regular sessions would begin on Jan. 5th and end by July 1st each year.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 500Representative Tony Balaca (R)Provides relative to contradictory hearings prior to setting bail for certain personsSubstitute adopted on the House floor (became HB1059)
Workers RightsHB 506Representative Rodney Lyons (D)Proposed law increases the minimum weekly benefit amount from $10 to $50. Proposed law otherwise retains present law.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Criminal JusticeHB 508Representative Gregory A Miller (R)Provides relative to notification when an inmate convicted of a violent or sexual offense is scheduled to be releasedSenate introduction
Government AffairsHB 513Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)Allows the legislature to change the number of judges in any judicial district and number of districts and judges in any appellate circuit and supreme court district by majority vote.Pending House Judiciary
PreK-12HB 516Representative Mandie Landry (D)Requires each governing authority of a public high school to adopt policies regarding attendance, breastfeeding, and child care for students who are pregnant or parenting.Senate Education
Criminal JusticeHB 517Representative Larry Selders (D) Creates and provides for the Medical Advisory Council within the Dept. of Public Safety and CorrectionsSenate Judiciary B
Criminal JusticeHB 520Representative Jason Hughes (D)Provides relative to emergency contraception for victims of sexual assaultSubstitute adopted on House floor
PreK-12HB 531Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Provides for a cause of action against a school that denies entrance to students because of immunization requirements.House Final Passage
HealthHB 537Representative Paula Davis (R) Requires health insurance coverage for infertility treatmentsPending House Insurance
HealthHB 543Representative Joe Stagni (R) Removal of Collaborative Practice AgreementPending House Health and Welfare
Elections and VotingHB 552Representative Mike Johnson (R) Proposed law requires that a person have a REAL ID, rather than a driver's license, in order to register to vote electronically. Otherwise retains present law.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Workers RightsHB 555Representative Charles Owen (R)Provides relative to occupational licensesSenate Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
HealthHB 557Representative Matthew Willard (D)Provides relative to the dispensing of contraceptivesSenate Health and Welfare
Elections and VotingHB 559Representative Rick Edmonds (R)Provides for curing absentee by mail ballot deficiencies.Substitute adopted on the House floor
Higher EducationHB 561Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Provides for consistency in the Domestic Abuse Assistance Act in the Children's CodeInvoluntarily Defered
Criminal JusticeHB 561Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Provides relative to civil liability for sexual assaultInvoluntarily Defered
Government AffairsHB 562Representative Cedric Glover (D)(Constitutional Amendment) Provides relative to a redistricting commissionPending House and Governmental Affairs
DiscriminationHB 570Representative Gabe Firment (R)Establishes the "SAFE Act" in Louisiana and prohibits procedures that alter the gender of minors.Pending House Health and Welfare
HB 573Representative Danny McCormick (R) Provides for the prohibition of marketing to minors for medical products, procedures, and pharmaceuticals from state agenciesHouse Health and Welfar
Criminal JusticeHB 577Representative Matthew Willard (D)Makes US Supreme Court cases retroactivePending House Administration of Criminal Justice
FirearmsHB 585Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Provides relative to reporting of certain firearm data to the La. Commission on Law EnforcementSenate Judiciary B
FiscalHB 592Representative Jerome Zeringue (R)Makes supplemental appropriations for Fiscal Year 2021-2022Pending House Appropriations
FiscalHB 593Representative Brett Geymann (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Relative to restrictions on the expenditure of state fundsPending House Appropriations
Vaccination StatusHB 594Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Provides for rights of individuals to bodily autonomy and to make healthcare decisions, prohibits the state and its political subdivisions from interfering with such rights, and authorizes enforcement actions to protect those rights.Pending House Health and Welfare
Vaccination StatusHB 596Representative Beryl Amedee (R)(Constitutional Amendment) Provides for rights of individuals to bodily autonomy and to make healthcare decisionsPending House Health and Welfare
Vaccination StatusHB 600Representative Larry Frieman (R) Provides for release of opt-out information to the public when state law requires a vaccination or immunizationHouse Final Passage
DiscriminationHB 605Representative Mandie Landry (D)Defines "conversion therapy" and prohibits certain licensed health professionals from engaging in that practice with any minor.Pending House Health and Welfare
RedistrictingHB 608Representative John Stefanski (R)Provides relative to the districts for members of the United States CongressPending House and Governmental Affairs
RedistrictingHB 609Representative John Stefanski (R)Provides for the districts for the election of members to the House of RepresentativesPending House and Governmental Affairs
Higher EducationHB 610Representative Kyle Green (D)Provides relative to student loansHouse Commerce
HousingHB 612Representative Mike Huval (R) Provides for the Louisiana Fortify Homes ProgramSenate Insurance
Criminal JusticeHB 615Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Provides relative to law enforcement recordsPending House and Governmental Affairs
PreK-12HB 616Representative Scott McKnight (R)Creates and provides for a program to provide funding for dual enrollment expenses for public high school studentsWithdrawn
Criminal JusticeHB 626Representative Daryl Adams (I)Creates the crime of aggravated distribution of a controlled dangerous substancePending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 628Representative Marcus Bryant (D)Provides that persons convicted of both a crime of violence and a sex offense when the offense was committed on or after Jan. 1, 1997, shall not be eligible for parole.Senate Judiciary B
MarijuanaHB 629Representative Marcus Bryant (D)Prohibits the search without a warrant of a person's place of residence for the odor of marijuana.Senate Judiciary C
EnvironmentHB 636Representative Joseph Orgeron (R) Provides relative to the disposition of funds derived from alternative energy production in the coastal areaSenate Finance
Criminal JusticeHB 638Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Provides relative to the expungement of records for victims of human traffickingWithdrawn
Criminal JusticeHB 639Representative Thomas Pressly (R) Provides relative to occupational licensing for workers with criminal historiesSenate Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
Vaccination StatusHB 640Representative Mark Wright (R)Requires that certain information be provided on the packaging regarding the production or distribution of vaccines or vaccine-related pharmaceuticals and on an informed consent form in the state.House floor action
Elections and VotingHB 646Representative John Stefanski (R)Makes revisions to the La. Election Code.House concurrence
Criminal JusticeHB 648Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Expands access to Crime Victims Reparations FundHouse Appropriations
PreK-12HB 649Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Prohibits corporal punishment in public schoolsHouse Final Passage
HealthHB 650Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Provides for Medicaid coverage of prescription breast milkHouse Health and Welfare
HB 651Representative Stephanie Hilferty (R)Provides relative to insurance coverage for prescription breast milkHouse Insurance
Criminal JusticeHB 654Representative Marcus Bryant (D)Provides relative to parole eligibility.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
EnvironmentHB 655Representative Jean-Paul Coussan (R)Establishes a regulatory framework for the management of solar resources.Senate Natural Resources
FiscalHB 656Representative Brett Geymann (R)Limits the amount of recurring revenue that can be recognized by the Revenue Estimating ConferenceSenate Finance
Workers RightsHB 657Representative Daryl Deshotel (R)Provides relative to the unemployment compensation weekly benefit amount and provides for extended benefits for claimants.Pending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Criminal JusticeHB 660Representative Mack Marcel Cormier (D)(Constitutional Amendment) Requires district attorneys to retire at age 70Pending House Judiciary
HousingHB 665Representative Matthew Willard (D)Requires a housing provider to conduct individualized assessment of an application and prohibits the consideration of certain criminal history record information for the basis of providing a conditional offer.Substitute adopted on the House floor
DiscriminationHB 667Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Prohibits race discrimination based on natural hairstylesPending House Civil Law and Procedure
Elections and VotingHB 671Representative Rick Edmonds (R)Provides for review of test vote report by the parish board of election supervisors.Senate and Governmental Affairs
FiscalHB 675Represenative Edmond Jordan (D)Provides relative to consumer credit loans and transactionsPending House Commerce
Criminal JusticeHB 676Representative Edmond Jordan (D)Relative to the habitual offender law, provides that any person convicted of possession of 56 grams or less of marijuana shall not be sentenced as a habitual offender.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Elections and VotingHB 680Representative Candace Newell (D) Provides relative to notice of changes to polling placesPending House and Governmental Affairs
EnvironmentHB 687Representative Joseph Oregon (R)Dedicates revenues received from alternative or renewable energy production on the Outer Continental Shelf to the Coastal Protection and Restoration Fund.Senate Finance
MarijuanaHB 697Representative Tanner Magee (R)Revises laws establishing and providing for a regulatory system for medical marijuana.Senate Health and Welfare
HealthHB 698Representative Tanner Magee (R)Provides for fees and charges to be assessed by the La. Department of Health and La. Board of Pharmacy in connection with regulation of marijuana for therapeutic useSenate Health and Welfare
MarijuanaHB 700Representative Larry Bagley (R) Provides relative to penalties for possession of marijuana for people under the age of 18House final passage
Criminal JusticeHB 702Representative Edmond Jordan (D)Qualified immunityPending House Civil Law and Procedures
Criminal JusticeHB 706Representative John Stefanski (R)Creates the crime of menacing and provides for criminal penalties.Senate Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 707Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides relative to the expungement of criminal recordsHouse Floor Action
EnvironmentHB 708Representative Jack McFarland (R) Defines biomass as it relates to the Louisiana Renewable Energy Development ActSenate final passage
RedistrictingHB 712Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides for redistricting of Louisiana congressional districtsPending House and Governmental Affairs
EnvironmentHB 716Representative Danny McCormick (R) Reduces the rate of the severance tax levied on oil, certain distillate, and natural gas over a specified period of timePending House Ways and Means
Elections and VotingHB 720Representative Randal Gaines (D)Provides for election procedures and emergency election plans during a declared state of emergency.Pending House and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 721Representative Rodney Schamerhorn (R)Provides relative to the financial obligations of criminal offenders and the satisfaction of financial obligations upon making 12 consecutive monthly payments in accordance with a payment plan.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
EnvironmentHB 723Representative Charles Owen (R) Provides relative to the use of natural gas in new residential structuresPending House Municipal, Parochial, and Cultural Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 726Representative Rodney Lyons (D)Proposed law retains present law and provides that a defendant shall not be incarcerated for his inability to meet his financial obligations if those financial obligations would cause substantial financial hardship to the defendant or his dependants.Senate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 728Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides relative to medical parolePending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 729Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides relative to photo identification of an arrested personSenate and Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 730Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides relative to parole eligibility for certain personsInvoluntarily Defered
Criminal JusticeHB 731Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides relative to emergency preparedness procedures for juvenile facilities.House Floor Action
RedistrictingHB 738Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Provides for the redistricting of the supreme courtPending House and Governmental Affairs
FiscalHB 741Representative Mark Wright (R)Requires the Department of Revenue to accept virtual currency as a form of payment of taxes, licenses, fees, penalties, and interest due to the statePending House Ways and Means
Criminal JusticeHB 744Representative Randal Gaines (D)Provides relative to relief for cases in which a non-unanimous jury verdict was rendered.Substitute adopted on the House floor
Criminal JusticeHB 745Representative Kyle Green (D)Provides relative to the officer bill of rightsHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 746Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Proposed law provides that no juvenile in the custody of the office of juvenile justice shall be placed in any form of solitary confinement for any reason other than a temporary response to behavior that poses a serious and immediate threat of physical harm to the juvenile or others.Senate Judiciary B
PreK-12HB 747Representative Ray Garofalo (R)Requires instruction on the "I Have a Dream" speech and prohibits including certain concepts regarding sex, race, ethnicity, and national origin in content standards, curricula, textbooks, and staff professional development programsPending House Education
FiscalHB 751Representative Ryan Bourriaque (R)Dedicates funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to certain road projectsPending House Appropriations
FiscalHB 755Representative Clay Schexnayder (R)Provides for the disbursement of monies received from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021Legislative Bureau
Criminal JusticeHB 764Representative Dustin Miller (D)Provides that an alleged delinquent child in St. Landry Parish may be placed in an adult jail when certain conditions are met.Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal JusticeHB 774Representative Cedric Glover (D)Provides relative to expungements for certain amounts of possession of marijuanaHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 775Representative Cedric Glover (D)Provides relative to the definition of drug paraphernaliaPending Senate Judiciary C
Elections and VotingHB 781Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Requires public high schools to provide an opportunity for certain students to register to voteSenate Referral
HealthHB 784Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Support for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders/ maternal mental healthSenate final passage
PreK-12HB 787Representative Ray Garofalo (R)Requires public school governing authorities to disclose certain information relative to training, activities, and learning materials on school and school district websites.Pending House Education
Higher EducationHB 789Representative Matthew Willard (D)Provides relative to the student loan lendersSenate Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
EnvironmentHB 794Representative Edmond Jordan (R) Authorizes a rebate for certain costs associated with the purchase and installation of solar electric systemsHouse Ways and Means
PreK-12HB 798Representative Royce Duplessis (D)Prohibits state content standards and textbooks and other instructional materials that limit or restrict the teaching of African American historyPending House Education
HealthHB 800Representative Larry Bagley (R) Establishes the Louisiana Heartbeat Act.Pending House Health and Welfare
EnvironmentHB 803Representative Foy Brian Gadberry (R) Provides relative to the Building Energy Code for State Owned BuildingsSenate final passage
EnvironmentHB 806Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman (D) Creates the Solar Storage Initiative Program to make solar and battery storage systems accessible to households and critical facilities in low-income areas.Pending House Commerce
EnvironmentHB 807Representative Tanner Magee (R) Provides relative to energy storageSenate Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
PreK-12HB 808Representative Valarie HodgesExpands the Parents' Bill of Rights for Public SchoolsPending House Education
PreK-12HB 811Representative Blake MiguezProhibits the use of private funds to pay election-related expensesPending House and Governmental Affairs
HealthHB 813 Representative Danny McCormick (R) Enacts the Abolition of Abortion in Louisiana Act of 2022House Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 817Representative Mike Johnson (R) Provides relative to the composition of the La. Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Criminal JusticeSenate Judiciary B
Workers RightsHB 819Representative Kenny Cox (D)Provides relative to extended sick leave related to pregnancy and infant care for certain school employees.House Final Passage
RedistrictingHB 823Representative Randal Gaines (D)Provides relative to the districts for members of the United States CongressPending House and Governmental Affairs
PreK-12HB 824Representative Laurie SchlegelCreates and provides for a program to provide state funding for the education of students not enrolled in a public school (EG INCREASE GF EX See Note)Pending House Appropriations
PreK-12HB 837Representative Dodie Horton (R)Prohibits instruction on and discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity for certain public school students.Pending House Education
Criminal JusticeHB 844Representative Daryl Adams (I)Provides relative to penalties for distribution or possession with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl and carfentanilHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 846Representative C. Denise MarcelleProvides relative to registration and voting by a person convicted of a felonyPending House and Governmental Affairs
HealthHB 850Representative Larry Frieman Provides relative to medical malpractice claimsSenate Health and Welfare
Criminal JusticeHB 871Representative C. Denise MarcelleProvides relative to reinstatement fees for an arrested person's failure to honor a written promise to appearHouse final passage
Workers RightsHB 880Representative Wilferd Carter, Sr. Establishes a state minimum wage rateHouse Labor and Industrial Relations
Criminal JusticeHB 908Representative Barbara Reich Freiberg (R)Provides relative to information contained in pre-parole reportsPending House Administration on Criminal Justice
HealthHB 909Representative Rick Edmonds (R)Establishes a continuum of care program for certain pregnant women and parents of young childrenHouse final passage
Government AffairsHB 922Representative C. Denise MarcelleProvides for the collection and reporting of data Pending House Judiciary
Criminal JusticeHB 926Representative Daryl Adams (I)Provides relative to publication of arrests for certain offenses involving heroin, fentanyl, or carfentanilHouse Final Passage
FirearmsHB 949Representative Tammy Phelps (D)Provides relative to illegal possession of a handgun by a juvenileHouse Administration of Criminal Justice
PreK-12HB 979Representative Aimee Freeman (D)Provides for the sharing of limited student information for the purpose of administering certain federal food assistance programsLegislative Bureau
Vaccination StatusHB 990Representative Thomas Pressly (R) Provides relative to the prohibition of vaccination mandatesSenate Health and Welfare
HealthHB995Representative Samuel Jenkins (D)Establishes the La. Family and Medical Leave Fund in the state treasury for implementation costs associated with a state-funded family and medical leave programPending House Appropriations
Workers RightsHB1003Representative Barbara Carpenter (D)Creates the Louisiana Family and Medical Leave Benefits ActPending House Labor and Industrial Relations
Vaccination StatusHB 1022Representative Beryl Amedee (R)Provides for a cause of action for mandating, recommending, or administering certain productsHouse Final Passage
Criminal JusticeHB 1028Representative Cedric Glover (D)Provides relative to penalties for possession or use of marijuana drug paraphernaliaPending Senate Judiciary C
Criminal JusticeHB 1059Representative Tony Balaca (R)Provides relative to contradictory bail hearings for certain personsSenate final passage
Criminal JusticeHB 1063Representative Matthew Willard (D)Provides relative to the Louisiana Equal Housing Opportunity ActHouse Final Passage
Elections and VotingHB 1065Representative Candace Newell (D) Provides relative to notice of changes to polling placesPending Senate & Governmental Affairs
Criminal JusticeHB 1077Representative Randal Gaines (D)Provides relative to convictions rendered by a verdict from a non-unanimous juryHouse Final Passage
Elections and VotingHB 1082Representative Randal Gaines (D)Provides for election procedures during a state of emergency
DiscriminationHB 1083Representative Candace Newell (D) Provides relative to hair discrimination in education, employment, public accommodations, and housing optionsHouse Final Passage