Jindal signs bills into law
Gov. Bobby Jindal
BATON ROUGE – On Friday, Gov. Bobby Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2014 Regular Legislative Session to 638, a news release from the governor’s office stated. He signed HB 1094 with a line item veto.
The news release reported the following bills were signed.
HB 6 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana.
HB 27 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to state retirement systems.
HB 221 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to the West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office.
HB 243 by Rep. Barras: Relates to notaries.
HB 252 by Rep. T. Burns: Relates to St. Tammany Parish Development District.
HB 264 by Rep. Miller: Relates to immovable property.
HB 265 by Rep. Miller: Relates to campaign funds.
HB 280 by Rep. Ivey: Relates to concealed handgun permits.
HB 296 by Rep. Connick: Relates to elections.
HB 300 by Rep. Greene: Relates to spousal support.
HB 338 by Rep. A. Williams: Relates to restraining orders.
HB 357 by Rep. Greene: Relates to child custody.
HB 404 by Rep. H. Burns: Relates to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
HB 465 by Rep. Broadwater: Relates to ad valorem taxes.
HB 478 by Rep. Miller: Relates to certain expropriation proceedings.
HB 467 by Rep. Connick: Relates to the 24th Judicial District Court.
HB 577 by Rep. Brown: Relates to Waterworks District No. 3 of Rapides Parish.
HB 583 by Rep. Mack: Relates to the Livingston Parish assessor.
HB 614 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to meeting of certain bodies.
HB 616 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to public records requests.
HB 624 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to expert testimony.
HB 637 by Rep. Connick: Relates to the Sex Offender Registry Technology Fund.
HB 656 by Rep. Miller: Relates to the authority to expropriate.
HB 681 by Rep. Thierry: Relates to the definition of “technical violation.”
HB 732 by Rep. Jackson: Relates to certain sex offenses and crimes of violence.
HB 764 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the licensing and regulation of health insurance navigators and similar individuals and entities.
HB 766 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to consumer credit transactions.
HB 789 by Rep. Moreno: Relates to the city of New Orleans.
HB 837 by Rep. Havard: Relates to the chiefs of police.
HB 851 by Rep. Talbot: Relates to auto insurance.
HB 863 by Rep. Danahay: Relates to the Board of Tax Appeals.
HB 872 by Rep. Ivey: Relates to motor vehicle liability security.
HB 916 by Rep. Leger: Relates to civil district court judges.
HB 992 by Rep. Robideaux: Relates to Lafayette Parish.
HB 1026 by Rep. Fannin: Relates to the transfer and deposit of monies among state funds.
HB 1073 by Rep. Hazel: Relates to court recordings.
HB 1278 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the Louisiana State Employees’ Retirement System.
SB 38 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to clerks of courts.
SB 60 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to certain political parties.
SB 64 by Sen. Cortez: Relates to the Lafayette Airport Commission.
SB 111 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to fees and procedures by clerks of courts.
SB 140 by Sen. Murphy: Relates to vehicle theft.
SB 180 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to court judgments.
SB 229 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to the crime of incest.
SB 240 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to criminal appeals.
SB 302 by Sen. Mills: Relates to medical consent and certain immunities.
SB 333 by Sen. Johns: Relates to crimes against nature and incest.
SB 361 by Sen. Riser: Relates to law enforcement officers.
SB 398 by Sen. Mills: Relates to drug division probation programs.
SB 601 by Sen. Amedee: Relates to the town of Sorrento.
SB 606 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to judges and justices.