Governor Jindal Signs Bills into Law

July 6, 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 940 bills signed into law to date:

HOUSE

HB 3 – Rep. Greene
This bill relates to the Omnibus Bond Act.

HB 47 – Rep. Wooton
This bill relates to the ability of state police to shut down video draw poker devices for failure to pay civil penalties.

HB 57 – Rep. Danahay
This bill increases penalty for violation of private investigator law.

HB 107 – Rep. Lopinto
This bill relates to the arrest or release of persons with outstanding warrants.

HB 244 – Rep. Kleckley
This bill relates to health insurance coverage of dependent children.

HB 263 – Rep. Baldone
This bill relates to the transfer of child support actions.

HB 286 – Rep. Burrell
This bill relates to law regarding bail.

HB 377 – Rep. Wooton
This bill relates to malfeasance in office.

HB 428 – Rep. Leger
This bill relates to the seizure of animals.

HB 440 – Rep. Mills
This bill relates to the La. State Board of Dentistry.

HB 448 – Rep. Foil
This bill relates to reporting requirements of secondhand dealers.

HB 464 – Rep. Kleckley
This bill relates to the La. Insurance Code relative to health and accident insurance.

HB 494 – Rep. Billiot
This bill relates to levee districts and the permit or use of bicycle paths or walkways for recreational purposes by the public.

HB 519 – Rep. Cortez
This bill relates to the Teachers’ Retirement System of La.

HB 538 – Rep. Burford
This bill relates to the City of Mansfield.

HB 540 – Rep. Gisclair
This bill relates to the South Lafourche Levee District.

HB 552 – Rep. LaFonta
This bill provides for rights and duties of probation and parole officers.

HB 556 – Rep. Wooton
This bill relates to firearm-free zone provisions.

HB 604 – Rep. Champagne
This bill requires certain notifications and procedures relating to reporting of taxable property.

HB 648 by Rep. S. Jones
This bill prohibits a child between the ages of 17 and 18 from withdrawing from school prior to graduation.

HB 661 – Rep. Arnold
This bill relates to the Port of New Orleans.

HB 666 – Rep. Nowlin
This bill authorizes a taxpayer to recover attorney fees under certain circumstances.

HB 841 – Rep. Arnold
This bill provides for leases for production of hydrokinetic energy on state lands.

HB 861 – Rep. Arnold
This bill authorizes the use of alternative refrigerants in mobile air conditioning systems.

HB 953 – Rep. Lambert
This bill relates to legal finfish possession by commercial crabbers.

HB 971 – Rep. Abramson
This bill relates to the leasing of the John J. Hainkel, Jr., Home and Rehabilitation Center and a portion of Southeast Louisiana Hospital.

HB 985- Rep. White
This bill relates to the La. Emergency Response Network.

HB 1030 – Rep. St. Germain
This bill relates to certain public employees and volunteers who render emergency medical services.

HB 1058 – Rep. Greene
This bill requires motor vehicle dealers to disclose, in writing, the nature of certain fees charged upon the sale of a vehicle.

HB 1107 – Rep. Johnson
This bill relates to the Red River, Atchafalaya, and Bayou Beouf Levee District.

HB 1123 – Rep. Gallot
This bill relates to the Anatomical Gift Act.

HB 1133 – Rep. Arnold
This bill prohibits private transfer fee obligations.

HB 1198 – Rep. Katz
This bill relates to the transfer of functions of Louisiana Rehabilitation Services from the Dept. of Social Services to the La. Workforce Commission and the Dept. of Health and Hospitals.

HB 1246 – Rep. McVea
This bill relates to contracts with dental providers.

HB 1247 – Rep. Hoffman
This bill prohibits coverage of elective abortions by health insurance issuers in the state insurance exchange.

HB 1260 – Rep. Hazel
This bill relates to the possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies.

HB 1262 – Rep. Mills
This bill relates to hearings and records of the La. State Board of Nursing.

HB 1272 – Rep. H. Burns
This bill relates to concealed handgun permits.

HB 1292 – Rep. Hines
This bill relates to bidding on public projects.

HB 1293 – Rep. Pugh
This bill relates to the power of an elected police chief in certain municipalities.

HB 1389 – Rep. Ligi
This bill relates to tax sales and adjudicated property.

HB 1397 – Rep. Ellington
This bill creates the Mineral Income Advisory Committee.

HB 1418 – Rep. Foil
This bill relates to law enforcement agencies and motor vehicles stored at storage facilities.

HB 1453 – Rep. Johnson
This bill excludes health care providers from protections under Medical Malpractice for elective abortions procedure.

HB 1460 – Rep. LaBruzzo
This bill relates to the La. State Employees’ Retirement System (LASERS).

HB 1474 – Rep. Talbot
This bill relates to the sale and purchase of health insurance coverage.

HB 1484 – Rep. Danahay
This bill relates to homebrewed beer.

HB 1485 – Rep. Mills
This bill relates to the LaPOST program.

HB 1486 – Rep. Morris
This bill provides for cooperative endeavor agreements for the withdrawal of running surface water for certain purposes.

SENATE

SB 20 – Sen. Murray
This bill relates to the homestead exemption.

SB 37 – Sen. Thompson
This bill adds drugs to Schedule I classification.

SB 57 – Sen. Broome
This bill creates the Council on the Status of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.

SB 71 – Sen. Appel
This bill requires state and local contractors to disclose the full disposition, splitting, or sharing of contract commissions or fees if the contract is let without bid.

SB 76 – Sen. B. Gautreaux
This bill relates to the Parochial Employees’ Retirement System.

SB 84 – Sen. B. Gautreaux
This bill relates to employers who exit the Parochial Employees’ Retirement System of Louisiana.

SB 119 – Sen. B. Gautreaux
This bill relates to the Parochial Employees’ Retirement System.

SB 130 – Sen. Morrell
This bill relates to the collection of child support by private party agencies.

SB 132 – Sen. Morrell
This bill relates visitation rights of certain family members.

SB 134 – Sen. B. Gautreaux
This bill relates to the Public Retirement Systems’ Actuarial Committee.

SB 204 – Sen. McPherson
This bill prohibits the hiring of licensed ambulance personnel or non-licensed persons who have committed certain criminal offenses.

SB 257 – Sen. Mount and Rep. Katz
This bill reorganizes and renames the Department of Social Services to the Department of Children and Family Services.

SB 284 – Rep. Martiny
This bill relates to foreign country defamation judgments.

SB 289 – Sen. Donahue
This bill relates to reporting the employee turnover rate to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget.

SB 183 – Sen. N. Gautreaux
This bill authorizes the State Mineral and Energy Board to lease state lands for the development or production of alternate energy resources.

SB 335 – Sen. Broome
This bill revises the Social Work Practice Act.

SB 361 – Sen. Smith
This bill relates to the revision of the Civil Code Articles.

SB 381 – Senator Morrell
This bill relates to the crime against nature by solicitation.

SB 401- Sen. Thompson
This bill relates to rural hospital reimbursement.

SB 421 – Sen. Murray
This bill relates to physician processes for “step therapy.”

SB 453 – Sen. Cheek
This bill relates to processes for the deceased involved in a motor vehicle accident.

SB 460 – Sen. Martiny
This bill relates to the application of foreign laws.

SB 523 – Sen. Cheek
This bill relates to the First Responder Financial Stabilization and Enhancement Act.

SB 528 – Sen. Broome
This bill requires an obstetric ultrasound be performed prior to an abortion.

SB 554 – Sen. E. Guillory
This bill relates to the Administrative Procedure Act and the Department of Public Safety and Corrections.

SB 562 – Sen. Chabert
This bill relates to the South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center.

SB 563 – Sen. Cheek
This bill relates to nursing homes.

SB 642 – Sen. Morrell
This bill relates to bond foreclosures.

SB 644 – Sen. Broome
This bill relates to the Interstate Compact on the placement of children.

SB 684 – Sen. Crowe
This bill relates to the conduct of examinations and execution of emergency commitment certificates in certain parishes.

SB 687 – Sen. Hebert
This bill relates to property damage insurance required for a public carrier vehicle.

SB 705 – Sen. Donahue
This bill relates to group health insurance coverage.

SB 710 – Sen. Cheek
This bill relates to payments by a health insurance issuer for services rendered by certain new physicians.

SB 742 – Sen. Broome
This bill relates to the membership on the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training and the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Criminal Justice.

SB 746 – Sen. L. Jackson
This bill requires legislative reporting of the postsecondary education funding formula by the Board of Regents.

SB 750 – Sen. Murray
This bill relates to the Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

SB 757 – Sen. Walsworth
This bill relates to automobile insurance policies.

SB 768 – Sen. McPherson
This bill relates to tow truck operators.

SB 778 – Sen. Lafleur
This bill relates to bonds secured by certain taxes issued by political subdivisions.

SB 791- Sen. Adley
This bill requires the Supervisory Committee on Campaign Finance Disclosure to post on its website the status of cases referred for prosecution.

SB 794 – Sen. Mount
This bill relates to the registration of certain radiotherapy equipment.

SB 802 – Sen. McPherson
This bill relates to the automatic renewal of contracts.

SB 803 – Sen. Donahue
This bill relates to the office of the St. Tammany Parish coroner.

Use a Highlighter on this page
Bookmark and Share

One Response to Governor Jindal Signs Bills into Law

  1. Karl Gottfried
    September 22, 2010 at 10:09 am

    How do I get a signed copy of House Bill #1292 ? And does it go into law when it is signed by the Governor or when it is filed? Please advise.

Leave a Reply