Jindal signs bills Into law

Gov. Bobby Jindal

BATON ROUGE – Gov. Bobby Jindal announced in a news release he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2014 Regular Legislative Session to 533.
HOUSE
HB 24 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the Municipal Police Employees’ Retirement System.
HB 62 by Rep. Pugh: Relates to pharmacy record audits.
HB 65 by Rep. Montoucet: Relates to the Firefighters’ Retirement System.
HB 76 by Rep. Montoucet: Relates to the Firefighters’ Retirement System.
HB 77 by Rep. Montoucet: Relates to the Firefighters’ Retirement System.
HB 133 by Rep. Anders: Relates to the Vidalia Port Commission.
HB 139 by Rep. Jefferson: Relates to Louisiana Highway 798-2.
HB 154 by Rep. Leger & Willmott: Relates to courts.
HB 178 by Rep. Dixon: Relates to public schools.
HB 185 by Rep. Havard: Relates to direct service workers.
HB 194 by Rep. Robideaux: Relates to the Louisiana State Troopers Charities, Inc.
HB 228 by Rep. Jefferson: Relates to foster homes.
HB 230 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to the Department of Economic Development.
HB 272 by Rep. A. Williams: Relates to firearm buyback programs.
HB 289 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to East Baton Rouge Parish.
HB 311 by Rep. St. Germain: Relates to the Atchafalaya Basin.
HB 366 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to license plates.
HB 370 by Rep. Thompson: Relates to school zones.
HB 400 by Rep. Badon: Relates to Jazzland.
HB 407 by Rep. Carter: Relates to public schools.
HB 436 by Rep. Fannin: Relates to income tax.
HB 461 by Rep. Badon: Relates to drug traffic.
HB 479 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to the Louisiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center.
HB 484 by Rep. Simon: Relates to registration of a motor vehicle.
HB 487 by Rep A. Williams: Relates to ambulance personnel.
HB 533 by Rep. Seabaugh: Relates to teacher evaluations.
HB 537 by Rep. St. Germain: Relates to certain motor vehicle licensing notifications.
HB 538 by Rep. St. Germain: Relates to the vehicle commissioner.
HB 539 by Rep. Stokes: Relates to repossession.
HB 542 by Rep. Willmott: Relates to public high schools.
HB 543 by Rep. Adams: Relates to fire department vehicles.
HB 547 by Rep. S. Bishop: Relates to state buildings.
HB 551 by Rep. T. Burns: Relates to the Private Security Regulatory and Licensing Law.
HB 611 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to certain transfer of funds.
HB 623 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to special masters.
HB 639 by Rep. Connick: Relates to stalking.
HB 668 by Rep. Simon: Relates to long-term care services.
HB 689 by Rep. S. Bishop: Relates to wages.
HB 691 by Rep. Broadwater: Relates to athletic trainers.
HB 692 by Rep. Broadwater: Relates to payroll reports.
HB 698 by Rep. Cox: Relates to certain quarterly reports.
HB 708 by Rep. Garofalo: Relates to the Competitive Projects Payroll Incentive Program.
HB 726 by Rep. Ivey: Relates to law enforcement.
HB 733 by Rep. Jackson: Relates to public schools.
HB 765 by Rep. Pierre: Relates to Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council.
HB 770 by Rep. Price: Relate to the Used Motor Vehicle Commission.
HB 786 by Rep. N. Landry: Relates to the Lafayette Parish School Board.
HB 850 by Rep. Dove: Relates to integrated coastal protection projects.
HB 876 by Rep. Seabaugh: Relates to public schools.
HB 879 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to insurance holding companies.
HB 880 by Rep. Stokes: Relates to unemployment insurance.
HB 900 by Rep. Hodges: Relates to the Louisiana Advisory Council on Driver Education.
HB 909 by Rep. Leopold: Relates to the Property Insurance Clarity Act.
HB 968 by Rep. Leger: Relates to dropout prevention and recovery.
HB 978 by Rep. Greene: Relates to schools.
HB 988 by Rep. Schroder: Relates to the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB 1050 by Rep. Chaney: Relates to certain tax exemptions.
HB 1062 by Rep. Hoffman: Relates to a task force for SNAP benefits.
HB 1065 by Rep. Pope: Relates to the practice of optometry.
HB 1068 by Rep. Smith: Relates to state agencies.
HB 1071 by Rep. Chaney: Relates to hunting and fishing licenses.
HB 1074 by Rep. Whitney: Relates to visiting physicians.
HB 1087 by Rep. Miller: Relates to certain local sales and use taxes.
HB 1089 by Rep. Billiot: Relates to rental motor vehicle dealers.
HB 1104 by Rep. Carmody: Relates to certain clerks of court.
HB 1112 by Rep. Mack: Relates to license plates.
HB 1113 by Rep. Mack: Relates to littering.
HB 1127 by Rep. Lopinto: Relates to windshields.
HB 1144 by Rep. W. Bishop: Relates to the La. Housing Corporation.
HB 1150 by Rep. Lorusso: Relates to license plates.
HB 1154 by Rep. Gisclair: Relates to crab traps.
HB 1160 by Rep. Garofalo: Relates to the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission.
HB 1196 by Rep. Lopinto: Relates to justice of the peace.
HB 1199 by Rep. Schroder: Relates to instruction material in schools.
HB 1230 by Rep. Moreno: Relates to the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association.
HB 1251 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to inspection stations.
HB 1254 by Rep. Simon: Relates to the right to treatment.
HB 1258 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to certain checkpoints.
HB 1259 by Rep. Price: Relates to financial institutions.
HB 1268 by Rep. Montoucet: Relates to the Firefighters’ Retirement System.
HB 1270 by Rep. Simon: Relates to public consumption.
HB 1271 by Rep. Leger: Relates to certain schools district.
HB 1280 by Rep. Simon: Relates to the Louisiana Telehealth Access Act.
HB 1282 by Rep. Hodges: Relates to charter school employees.
SENATE
SB 14 by Sen. Guillory: Relates to the Louisiana School Employees’ Retirement System.
SB 43 by Sen. Appel: Relates to the Legislative Youth Advisory Council.
SB 54 by Sen. Broome: Relates to East Baton Rouge Parish.
SB 56 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to education boards.
SB 57 by Sen. Broome: Relates to health insurance coverage.
SB 71 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to the Behavior Analyst Practice Act.
SB 88 by Sen. Alario: Relates to the Department of the Treasury.
SB 104 by Sen. Allain: Relates to coastal protection projects.
SB 105 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to motorcycles.
SB 116 by Sen. F. Thompson: Relate to the Louisiana Future Farmers of America Foundation, Inc.
SB 125 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to the Agricultural Education Commission.
SB 138 by Sen. Mills: Relates to the office of motor vehicles.
SB 149 by Sen. Appel: Relates to the Louisiana Systemic Initiatives Program.
SB 165 by Sen. Murray: Relates to prescription drugs.
SB 177 by Sen. Appel: Relates to certain education management boards.
SB 179 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to the Course Choice Program.
SB 191 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to certain educational courses.
SB 194 by Sen. Mills: Relates to mental health counselors.
SB 253 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to the Thirty-First Judicial District Court.
SB 258 by Sen. Johns: Relates to the Sanitary Code.
SB 261 by Sen. Johns: Relates to the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District.
SB 262 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to Washington Parish.
SB 289 by Sen. Johns: Relates to DWI convictions.
SB 290 by Sen. Johns: Relates to safety plan for certain children.
SB 309 by Sen. Broome: Relates to the screening of certain women.
SB 310 by Sen. Broome: Relates to certain regional transit entities.
SB 316 by Sen. Donahue: Relates to public contracts.
SB 319 by Sen. Donahue: Relates to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget.
SB 337 by Sen. Appel: Relates to postsecondary education.
SB 341 by Sen. Donahue: Relates to the Louisiana Standards for Water Works Construction, Operation and Mainte-nance Committee.
SB 372 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to unemployment compensation.
SB 384 by Sen. LaFleur: Relates to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
SB 401 by Sen. Mills: Relates to certain pharmacies.
SB 403 by Sen. Mills: Relates to health insurance premiums.
SB 417 by Sen. G. Smith: Relates to water-damaged vehicles.
SB 432 by Sen. Buffington: Relates to persons with disabilities and service dogs.
SB 442 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to investments by political subdivisions.
SB 445 by Sen. Crowe: Relates to the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court.
SB 460 by Sen. Adley: Relates to state scholarship funds.
SB 477 by Sen. Walsworth: Relates to license plates.
SB 498 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates to certain care assistance services.
SB 503 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates to the Department of Health and Hospitals.
SB 511 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates to the Department of Children and Family Services.
SB 527 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates the Complete Streets Advisory.
SB 528 by Sen. Crowe: Relates to the Louisiana International Deep Water Gulf Transfer Terminal Authority.
SB 556 by Sen. Johns: Relates to control of dangerous substance.
SB 570 by Sen. Long: Relates to economic development
SB 583 by Sen. Guillory: Relates to justice of the peace courts.
SB 589 by Sen. Walsworth: Relates to the Children’s Cabinet.
SB 590 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to Oak Island Neighborhood Improvement District
SB 594 by Sen. Crowe: Relates to unemployment compensation.
SB 598 by Sen. Erdley: Relates to public contracts.
SB 610 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to license plates.
SB 617 by Sen. Amedee: Relates to the Ascension Parish Road Infrastructure Development Districts.
SB 620 by Sen. Amedee: Relates to motor vehicles.
SB 624 by Sen. Kostelka: Relates to taxes.
SB 633 by Sen. Claitor: Relates to schools.
SB 662 by Sen. Erdley: Relates to hunting.

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