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Governor Jindal Signs 556 Bills

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June 06, 2012

Baton Rouge: Governor Bobby Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2012 Regular Legislative Session to 556 bills.

Governor Jindal signed the following bills into law:

HOUSE

HB 4 by Rep. Lopinto relates to the possession of or dealing in firearms with obliterated serial numbers.

HB 10 by Rep. Ligi relates to the forfeiture of retirement benefits for public employees and elected officials who are convicted of certain state and federal felonies.

HB 39 by Rep. Montoucet relates to the Firefighters' Retirement System.

HB 41 by Rep. Pearson relates to the Clerks' of Court Retirement System and Relief Fund.

HB 50 by Rep. Pearson relates to the Assessors' Retirement Fund.

HB 124 by Rep. Edwards creates the Korean Defense Service license plate.

HB 172 by Rep. Dixon relates to the sedation of dental patients in the Dental Practice Act.

HB 295 by Rep. W. Bishop relates to the disqualification or ineligibility to practice a licensed trade or profession.

HB 317 by Rep. Gisclair relates to coastal protection and restoration projects.

HB 321 by Rep. Fannin relates to ethics education and training requirements.

HB 326 by Rep. Willmott relates to minors suffering from mental illness or substance abuse.

HB 335 by Rep. Lorusso relates to the New Orleans City Park Taxing District.

HB 349 by Rep. Dixon relates to the Dental Practice Act.

HB 361 by Rep. Ponti relates to notaries.

HB 367 by Rep. Leger relates to construction managers or third-party consultants.

HB 373 by Rep. T. Burns re-creates the Department of State Civil Service.

HB 413 by Rep. Harrison relates to the Bayou Lafourche Fresh Water District.

HB 421 by Rep. St. Germain relates to the effective date of rules promulgated by the Department of Transportation and Development.

HB 503 by Rep. Arnold relates to certain traffic violations

HB 507 by Rep. Ponti relates to the La. Initiative for Small Entrepreneurships and the Veteran Initiative.

HB 741 by Rep. Broadwater relates to the collection policy and procedures used by all state agencies.

HB 810 by Rep. James relates to nonprofit organizations or associations.

HB 873 by Rep. Arnold relates to the Traffic Court of New Orleans.

HB 940 by Rep. Abramson relates to notice of seizures.

HB 948 by Rep. Seabaugh relates to the admissibility of certain evidence.

HB 952 by Rep. Brossett establishes the Mental and Behavioral Health Services Preservation Act.

HB 1043 by Rep. Henry Burns relates to the New Opportunities Waiver Fund.

HB 1044 by Rep. Kleckley relates to the expenses of the Legislature for FY 2012-2013.

HB 1045 by Rep. Seabaugh relates to defense and indemnification of state officers and employees.

HB 1048 by Rep. Pope relates to the Teachers' Retirement System of Louisiana.

HB 1050 by Rep. Ritchie relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.

HB 1053 by Rep. Garofalo relates to the impoundment of motor vehicles in certain circumstances

HB 1054 by Rep. Hill provides for the designation of certain byways.

HB 1063 by Rep. Simon relates to the licensure of architectural firms.

HB 1064 by Rep. Hoffman relates to the District Attorneys' Retirement System.

HB 1091 by Rep. Fannin relates to the revenue sharing distribution for Fiscal Year 2012-2013.

HB 1111 by Rep. Thibaut relates to hospital and medical benefits for permittees licensed to race horses.

HB 1112 by Rep. St. Germain relates to registering a motor vehicle.

HB 1125 by Rep. Broadwater relates to the testimony of former legislators regarding matters of legislative speech and debate.

HB 1135 by Rep. Billiot relates to left turn lanes on two-way highways.

HB 1168 by Rep. T. Burns relates to service of process in civil matters.

HB 1174 by Rep. Danahay relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.

HB 1202 by Rep. Pearson relates to the District Attorneys' Retirement System.

SENATE

SB 7 by Sen. Guillory relates to final compensation for all active employees in the Municipal Employees' Retirement System.

SB 12 by Sen. Guillory relates to the Registrars of Voters Employees' Retirement System.

SB 14 by Sen. Guillory relates to retirement and disability benefits for the Registrars of Voters Employees' Retirement System.

SB 22 by Sen. Guillory relates to the Sheriffs' Pension and Relief Fund for part-time employees.

SB 35 by Sen. Guillory relates to the Sheriffs' Pension and Relief Fund benefits.

SB 36 by Sen. Guillory relates to the Municipal Employees' Retirement System.

SB 37 by Sen. Guillory relates to the Sheriffs' Pension and Relief Fund spousal annuities.

SB 68 by Sen. Kostelka relates to amounts payable to the state or to a crime victim.

SB 96 by Sen. Morrell changes the name of the offender tracking system.

SB 107 by Sen. Murray relates to voter identification cards, notices of candidacies and ballots.

SB 111 by Sen. Johns relates to the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy and the Office of Financial Institutions.

SB 121 by Sen. Kostelka creates the crime of domestic abuse aggravated assault.

SB 122 by Sen. White relates to the registration of sex offenders.

SB 123 by Sen. Buffington designates October 25th, 26th, and 27th as "Care Enough to Wear Pink" days in Louisiana.

SB 176 by Sen. Buffington relates to “do not resuscitate” and similar orders.

SB 177 by Sen. Adley relates to certain public notice requirements.

SB 199 by Sen. Kostelka creates the crime of illegal transmission of monetary funds.

SB 202 by Sen. Morrish relates to oyster harvesting in Calcasieu Lake.

SB 219 by Sen. Johns relates to certain property in Calcasieu Parish.

SB 224 by Sen. Riser relates to certain identification on a driver’s license.

SB 263 by Sen. Martiny relates to service of process and the Secretary of State.

SB 264 by Sen. Morrell relates to the Inmate Welfare Fund.

SB 285 by Sen. Adley relates to the fire protection at Camp Minden.

SB 352 by Sen. Murray establishes the Major Events Fund.

SB 354 by Sen. Amedee relates to electronic reporting of rule changes to legislative oversight committees.

SB 370 by Sen. Crowe relates to the possession or transportation of certain wildlife.

SB 377 by Sen. G. Smith forces sex offenders to immediately update changes to their online identifier information. The Governor previously signed HB 556 by Rep. Lopinto, which is duplicate legislation and part of the Governor's 2012 legislative package.

SB 376 by Sen. G. Smith relates to the transportation of hazardous waste.

SB 381 by Sen. Broome changes the name of the Louisiana Serve Commission to the Volunteer Louisiana Commission.

SB 397 by Sen. Gallot relates to closed and inactive businesses.

SB 421 by Sen. Donahue relates to the latest federal-state cooperative program for local population estimates.

SB 427 by Sen. Kostelka increases the penalties for certain crimes committed by street gangs.  The Governor previously signed HB 790 by Rep. Lopinto, which is duplicate legislation and part of the Governor's 2012 legislative package.

SB 429 by Sen. Nevers relates to motions for judgment on offers of judgment and time periods.

SB 481 by Sen. Perry changes Louisiana’s law to mirror federal law so that the copying or duplicating of child pornographic material is prohibited.   The Governor previously signed HB 594 by Rep. Lopinto, which is duplicate legislation and part of the Governor's 2012 legislative package.

SB 489 by Sen. Perry relates to hearing procedures following revocation or denial of driver's license.

SB 513 by Sen. Crowe bans the certification of film projects with sexually explicit content.

SB 531 by Sen. Peacock relates to wildlife killed in the course of criminal trespass.

SB 538 by Sen. White relates to the Commercial Building Energy Conservation Code.

SB 596 by Sen. Kostelka relates to judges and commissioners of Article V courts.

SB 631 by Sen. Long relates to the Louisiana Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

SB 634 by Sen. Morrish relates to motor vehicles issued a reconstructed title as a motor carrier of passengers or as a public carrier vehicle.

SB 624 by Sen. Murray relates to the Clerks' of Court Retirement and Relief Fund.

SB 652 by Sen. Claitor relates to the annual budget reports for the Louisiana Lottery Corporation.

SB 653 by Sen. Mills relates the City of Breaux Bridge.

SB 661 by Sen. Johns relates to certain property and the City of Lake Charles.

SB 730 by Sen. Thompson creates the Bunches Bend Protection District.


 
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