Governor Jindal Signs Bills into Law

June 21, 2010

BATON ROUGE – Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced that he has signed the following bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total to 308 bills signed into law to date:

HOUSE

HB 18 – Morris
This bill establishes the Mayor’s Court of the Village of Hosston.

HB 146 – Brossett
This bill creates the Seabrook Neighborhood Improvement and Security District in Orleans Parish.

HB 147 – Brossett
This bill creates the Mineburg Neighborhood Improvement District in Orleans Parish.

HB 149 – Edwards
This bill relates to the St. Helena Parish Tourist Commission.

HB 235 – Wooton
This bill authorizes retired sheriff’s deputies to purchase their weapons.

HB 332 – Nowlin
This bill relates to the Natchitoches Parish Law Library Commission.

HB 390 – Downs
This bill authorizes the governing authority of the Town of Farmerville to name the Farmerville Recreation Center in honor of Willie Davis, Jr.

HB 449 – Nowlin
This bill provides for changes to the La. Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board.

HB 716 – Barras
This bill relates to the dedication of revenues by the Iberia Parish Tourist Commission.

HB 895 – Morris
This bill provides for asbestos abatement.

HB 913 – Champagne
This bill relates to Department of Environmental Quality’s revolving loan programs.

HB 915 – Richardson
This bill relates to parking violations.

HB 1004 – Hardy
This bill authorizes transfer of property in Lafayette Parish.

HB 1113 – Richmond
This bill relates to local ethics review boards.

HB 1265 – Armes
This bill authorizes the transfer of certain property in Vernon Parish from DOTD.

HB 1311 – Guillory
This bill provides for the transfer of state property to the City of Eunice.

HB 1349 – Arnold
This bill relates to the commissioners of the Boxing and Wrestling Commission.

HB 253 – Montoucet
This bill transfers responsibility for accounting and management of library funds to the Acadia Parish Library Board of Control.

HB 413 – Barrow
This bill relates to meetings of the board of alderman in certain municipalities.

HB 437 – Richardson
This bill relates to the publishing deadlines for proceedings of any municipal corporation, police jury, or school board.

HB 618 – Pearson
This bill relates to tax revenues of tax recipient bodies.

HB 211 – Pugh
This bill allows off-road vehicles to be operated on state college and university streets.

HB 255 – Wooton
This bill relates to parole statutes.

HB 641 – Henderson
This bill repeals the sunset date for the use of devices to prevent predation on oyster leases.

HB 642 – Henderson
This bill adds a member from the Louisiana Oysterman Association to the Oyster Task Force.

HB 644 – Henderson
This bill allows the relocation of certain classes of oyster leases.

HB 692 – Wooton
This bill extends the time within which an oyster lease renewal must be recorded.

HB 695 – Wooton
This bill allows the selling of oysters for raw consumption at all times of the year in Louisiana.

HB 712 – Wooton
This bill provides for certain restrictions of the taking of oysters.

HB 862 – Cortez
This bill authorizes DOTD to convey surplus property to the City of Lafayette.

HB 878 – St. Germain
This bill relates to hunting and fishing licenses for full-time college students who are not La. residents.

HB 881 – St. Germain
This bill provides for consistency in penalties for wildlife or fisheries violations.

HB 884 – St. Germain
This bill authorizes the issuance of a restricted hunter education certificate for developmentally disabled hunters.

HB 888 – St. Germain
This bill provides for identification of certain saltwater finfish.

HB 118 – H. Burns
This bill relates to motor vehicle inspection requirements.

HB 569 – Carmody
This bill relates to hunting outlaw quadrupeds and beaver.

HB 36 – Baldone
This bill relates to the housing of certain prisoners convicted in another state.

HB 45 – Lambert
This bill removes the requirement for crab trap markers north of the saltwater line.

HB 97 – Cortez
This bill allows private driving schools to provide classroom instruction to a person 90 days before their fifteenth birthday.

HB 582 – Baldone
This bill relates to the requirement for state agencies to purchase prostheses, orthoses, and related services only from an accredited facility.

HB 370 – Arnold
This bill provides for changes to definitions regarding agency relations in real estate transactions.

HB 1335 – Hines
This bill relates to courts ordering parents to perform community service.

HB 1199 – Morris
This bill relates to private employment services.

HB 1304 – Hill
This bill provides for the designation of the Myths and Legends Byway.

HB 1129 – Talbot
This bill relates to the records of an injured employee.

HB 1472 – Rep. Nowlin
This bill relates to the rules for the dissolution of electrical cooperatives.

HB 873 – P. Smith
This bill relates to workers’ compensation.

HB 262 – Gallot
This bill re-creates the Department of State Civil Service.

HB 261 – Gallot
This bill re-creates the Department of State.

HB 174 – Edwards
This bill re-creates the Department of Veterans Affairs.

HB 1238 – Doerge
This bill relates to the Germantown Colony Museum.

HB 882 – St. Germain
This bill authorizes DOTD to perform repairs to bridges and roadways in wildlife management areas.

HB 759 – St. Germain
This bill relates to the definition of “intersection.”

HB 594 – Billiot
This bill relates to traffic regulations at intersections when the traffic control signal is inoperative.

HB 583 – Edwards
This bill relates to La. Military Family Assistance.

HB 168 – H. Burns
This bill authorizes DOTD to take action to prevent blockage of drainage.

HB 623 – Danahay
This bill relates to the recusal of judges in civil and criminal matters.

HB 608 – White
This bill relates to the use of affidavits or other written evidence submitted by facsimile or electronic means in probable cause determinations.

HB 108 – Barras
This bill relates to the civil jurisdictional amount in the City Court of Jeanerette and the City Court of New Iberia.

HB 80 – T. Burns
This bill relates to judgments of possession.

HB 66 – T. Burns
This bill relates to the acceptance of the donation of an immovable.

HB 58 – T. Burns
This bill relates to the delegation of certain duties by a trustee.

HB 24 – Abramson
This bill relates to the partition of property.

HB 21 – Thierry
This bill relates to records by the clerk of court’s office in the 27th Judicial District Court.

HB 19 – Pearson
This bill relates to the jurisdictional amount in dispute in the City Court of Slidell.

HB 651 – Templet
This bill relates to the continuous revision of the Children’s Code.

HB 212 – Waddell
This bill authorizes a federal judge to perform a marriage ceremony for a specified limited time period.

HB 1007 – White
This bill relates to the La. Governmental Claims Act.

HB 1459 – Mills
This bill amends time limitations for instituting prosecution for the crime of exploitation of the infirmed.

HB 857 – T. Burns
This bill relates to the redesignation of certain mortgage record laws.

HB 855 – Badon
This bill relates to ex officio notaries within the office of mayor.

HB 808 – T. Burns
This bill relates to privileges and liens for certain assessments.

HB 774 – Greene
This bill relates to the failure to exercise visitation.

HB 773 – Roy
This bill relates to liability for prescribed burnings.

HB 751 – Foil
This bill relates to the right to install solar energy devices.

HB 964 – Johnson
This bill relates to the collection of medical support for minor children subject to child support orders.

HB 963 – Katz
This bill establishes a volunteer license as a category of medical licensure issued by the La. State Board of Medical Examiners.

HB 693 – Wooton
This bill relates to the National Shellfish Sanitation program’s Vibrio management plan.

HB 865 – Burford
This bill relates to disability waiver benefits for family members of active duty military who have temporarily relocated due to military assignment.

HB 821 – Kleckley
This bill relates to voluntary wellness programs offered by health insurers.

HB 741 – Johnson
This bill relates to child support programs.

HB 343 – Willmott
This bill relates to the administration of anesthetic agents.

HB 1309 – Rep. Howard and Sen. Smith
This bill relates to restrictions surrounding drinking water intakes.

HB 872 – Mills
This bill allows pharmacists to administer influenza immunizations.

HB 776 – Willmott
This bill relates to intermediate care facilities within Katrina disaster areas and extends moratorium on nursing home beds.

HB 1461 – Pearson
This bill relates to the Louisiana School Employees’ Retirement System.

HB 1267 – Brossett
This bill relates to the disclosure of certain information concerning state contracts via the Internet.

HB 1187 – Montoucet
This bill transfers membership of certain new hires of the Lafayette City-Parish Consolidated Government from the Parochial Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) to the Municipal Employees’ Retirement System (MERS).

HB 1185 – Nowlin
This bill creates the “Home and Community Based Long Term Care Act.”

HB 1120 – Johnson
This bill relates to methadone maintenance programs.

HB 749 – Pope
This bill relates to the Clerks’ of Court Retirement and Relief Fund.

HB 591 – Arnold
This bill relates to vehicle retail transactions.

HB 584 – Mills
This bill limits liability during funeral processions.

HB 485 – Billiot
This bill relates to levee elevation reports.

HB 396 – Arnold
This bill relates to changes to the La. Underground Utilities and Facilities Damage Prevention Law.

HB 340 – Arnold
This bill relates to condo association assessments.

HB 221 – T. Burns
This bill relates to technical corrections to child support provisions.

HB 187 – Guillory
This bill relates to certain requirements for the payment of insurance premiums for retirees of the Acadia Parish Assessor’s Office.

HB 7 – Waddell
This bill creates an individual income tax return check off for donations to the Louisiana Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

HB 842 – Dove
This bill relates to the sale of state lands.

HB 835 – Dove
This bill relates to the lease, transfer, and sale of property.

SENATE

SB 9 – B. Gautreaux
This bill makes texting while driving a motor vehicle a primary offense.

SB 43 – Murray
This bill relates to Orleans Parish and the Office of Orleans Parish tax assessor.

SB 63 – Amedee
This bill requests DOTD study the feasibility of a West Bank Turnpike.

SB 94 – Murray
This bill creates the crime of production, manufacture, distribution, or possession of a fraudulent postsecondary degree.

SB 261 – Nevers
This bill relates to the Zachary Taylor Parkway Commission.

SB 440 – Riser
This bill relates to military honor license plates.

SB 544 – Thompson
This bill adds offenses to a list of crimes requiring DNA collection for inclusion in the state DNA database.

SB 663 – Hebert
This bill relates to the minimum collision coverage amounts of uninsured motorist insurance.

SB 674 – Hebert
This bill relates to the annual filing of actuarial opinions by property and casualty insurance companies.

SB 675 – Hebert
This bill relates to the retention of original records of certain insurers.

SB 678 – Morrish
This bill relates to the collection of DNA samples.

SB 680 – Shaw
This bill relates to the due date of corporate income tax returns and payments for nonprofit organizations.

SB 685 – Murray
This bill creates the crime of out-of-state bail jumping.

SB 721 – Nevers
This bill relates to the assessor in Washington Parish.

SB 182 – Sen. N. Gautreaux
This bill increases the award amount for books and other instructional materials for National Guardsmen who qualify for TOPS.

SB 127 – Sen. Adley
This bill relates to the transfer and acceptance of certain properties by the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

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