Governor Jindal signs more bills into law

Governor Jindal signs more bills into law
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POSTED: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 10:00pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 10:04pm

Governor Bobby Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2013 Regular Legislative Session to 365.


HOUSE

HB 42 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to the Firefighters' Pension and Relief Fund in New Orleans.
HB 46 by Rep. Price: Relates to the La. School Employees' Retirement System.
HB 51 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the Firefighters' Pension and Relief Fund in New Orleans.
HB 54 by Rep. Jones: Relates to the Register of Voters Employees Retirement System.
HB 75 by Rep. W. Bishop: Relates to the St. Bernard Project, Inc.
HB 90 by Rep. Mack: Relates to bulletproof vests.
HB 117 by Rep. Howard: Relates to 11th JDC and a reentry division of court.
HB 127 by Rep. Larusso: Relates to the La. Code of Military Justice.
HB 151 by Rep. Cox: Relates to the Cane River Heritage Area.
HB 182 by Rep. Anders: Relates to certain agricultural commodities.
HB 214 by Rep. Jefferson: Relates to public schools.
HB 220 by Rep. Havard: Relates to the Legislative Fiscal Office.
HB 281 by Rep. Simone: Relates to behavioral health services.
HB 292 by Rep. Jefferson: Relates to a La. Tech. land transfer.
HB 382 by Rep. Berthelot: Relates to volunteer firefighter tuition.
HB 392 by Rep. S. Bishop: Relates to certain care of newborns.
HB 393 by Rep. Anders: Relates to certain prescription drug benefits.
HB 399 by Rep. Danahay: Relates to state examiner and deputy state examiner of the municipal fire and police civil service.
HB 410 by Rep. Talbot: Relates to the Workers' Compensation Second Injury Fund.
HB 425 by Rep. Henry: Relates to federal or state treasury checks.
HB 430 by Rep. Leger: Relates to the Secretary of State.
HB 450 by Rep. Ivey: Relates to the medical treatment schedule.
HB 500 by Rep. Moreno: Relates to election dates in certain parishes.
HB 540 by Rep. Jones: Relates to certain schoolteachers, counselors and psychologists.
HB 549 by Rep. Leger: Establishes the MediFund for statewide advancement of biosciences and medical centers of excellence.
HB 559 by Rep. Brossett: Relates to design-build contracts.
HB 572 by Rep. W. Bishop: Relates to the Fatherhood First Initiative.
HB 591 by Rep. S. Bishop: Relates to the Department of Environmental Quality.
HB 593 by Rep. Pope: Relates to certain hunting licenses.
HB 638 by Rep. Stokes: Relates to the Louisiana Health Plan.
HB 645 by Rep. Cromer: Relates to certain procedures for health insurance issuers.
HB 650 by Rep. Carter: Relates to the Department of Education.
HB 657 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to the New Orleans Dept. of Safety and Permits.
HB 659 by Rep. Thompson: Reduces paperwork for public schools.
HB 661 by Rep. W. Bishop: Relates to charter schools.
HB 663 by Rep. Harris: Relates to the municipal fire and police civil service board.
HB 664 by Rep. T. Landry: Relates to the sweet potato industry.
HB 667 by Rep. Gaines: Relates to local housing authorities.
HB 719 by Rep. Howard: Relates to a possession limit for a certain fishing license.
HB 720 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to certain state property.
HB 725 by Rep. Greene: Relates to fiscal administrators for political subdivisions.
HB 728 by Rep. Cromer: Relates to the police civil service system.

SENATE

SB 14 by Rep. Martiny: Relates to the transfer of service credit between retirement systems.
SB 25 by Sen. Broome: Relates to the Southern Heights Neighborhood Crime Prevention District.
SB 27 by Sen. Broome: Relates to the Louisiana Home Protection Act.
SB 31 by Sen. Claitor: Enacts the Board Scholarship Reporting Act.
SB 37 by Sen. G. Smith: Relates to corporations and certain Hurricane Isaac losses.
SB 38 by Sen. Cortez: Relates to the distribution of certain monies as purses.
SB 40 by Sen. Kostelka: Relates to certain jury trials.
SB 46 by Sen. Dorsey-Colomb: Relates to certain insurance premiums.
SB 47 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to the Sewerage and Water Board of the City of New Orleans.
SB 71 by Sen. Broome: Relates to mental health courts.
SB 94 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to the Twenty-Second Judicial District Court.
SB 97 by Sen. Adley: Relates to public sales and auction sales of certain property.
SB 101 by Sen. Johns: Relates to life insurance reserves.
SB 124 by Sen. Murray: Relates to the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans.
SB 134 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to behavior analysts.
SB 152 by Sen. Murray: Relates to certain juvenile jurisdiction courts.
SB 155 by Sen. Murray: Relates to the Louisiana Supreme Court.
sB 156 by Sen. Broome: Relates to certain foreclosure actions.
SB 164 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to video poker devices.
SB 174 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to debtor defenses.
SB 183 by Sen. Cortez: Relates to certain liens.
SB 185 by Rep. Murray: Relates to managed care.
SB 202 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to the calculation of grade point averages.
SB 205 by Sen. LaFleur: Relates to certain foreign language immersion.
SB 207 by Sen. Morrel: Relates to civil service for certain cities with and municipalities.
SB 212 by Sen. G. Smith: Relates to certain boards and commission meetings.
SB 236 by Sen. Dorsey-Colomb: Relates to East Baton Rouge Parish's public bid process.

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