Governor Jindal Signs Bills Into Law and Issues Vetoes
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HB 70 by Rep. Greene: Relates to the Crime Victims Reparation Board.
HB 87 by Rep. Danahay: Relates to the Municipal Employees' Retirement System.
HB 104 by Rep. Greene: Relates to the
HB 145 by Rep. Thompson: Relates to firearms.
HB 197 by Rep. St. Germain: Relates to fire districts.
HB 244 by Rep. Broadwater: Relates to holding fundraisers on college campuses.
HB 248 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to the
HB 274 by Rep. Burrell: Relates 26th JDC and First Judicial District Courts.
HB 319 by Rep. Foil: Relates to business corporation law.
HB 322 by Rep.
HB 355 by Rep. Danahay: Relates to the
HB 395 by Rep.
HB 398 by Rep. Stokes: Relates to
HB 413 by Rep. Harrison: Relates to parole eligibility.
HB 421 by Rep. Ritchie: Relates to certain treatment programs.
HB 459 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to lobbying.
HB 505 by Rep. Dixon: Relates to the liability of employers.
HB 523 by Rep. Lambert: Relates to fishing.
HB 683 by Rep.
HB 684 by Rep. Abramson: Relates to certain security districts.
HB 697 by Rep. Connick: Relates to in person renewals.
HB 734 by Rep. Burrell: Relates to ameliorative penalty provisions.
HB 772 by Rep. Robideaux: Relates to
HB 781 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to the Offender Reentry Support Pilot Program.
HB 818 by Rep. Leger: Relates to license plates.
HB 825 by Rep.
HB 886 by Rep. Montoucet: Relates to the Louisiana Rice Research Board.
HB 894 by Rep. Hoffman: Relates to the
HB 965 by Rep. Jackson: Relates to license plates.
HB 984 by Rep. Pierre: Relates to unemployment compensation provisions.
HB 994 by Rep. Ponti: Relates to the Louisiana Business and Industrial Development Company Act.
HB 1005 by Rep. Anders: Relates to certain commercial driver's licenses.
HB 1058 by Rep. Harrison: Relates to the
HB 1060 by Rep. Thierry: Relates to homeowner's insurance.
HB 1061 by Rep. Schroder: Relates to child protection cases.
HB 1122 by Rep. Smith: Relates to the Protection From Stalking Act.
HB 1133 by Rep.
HB 1136 by Rep.
HB 1166 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to tobacco enforcement.
HB 1169 by Rep: Adams: Relates to insurance financing.
HB 1260 by Rep.
HB 1265 by Rep. Greene: Relates to rail police officers.
HB 1269 by Rep. Henry: Relates to public employees.
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SB 45 by
SB 48 by Sen.
SB 49 by
SB 52 by Sen.
SB 87 by
SB 97 by
SB 103 by
SB 142 by
SB 148 by
SB 152 by Sen.
SB 169 by
SB 198 by
SB 203 by
SB 206 by Sen.
SB 212 by
SB 222 by
SB 228 by
SB 232 by
SB 234 by Sen.
SB 248 by
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SB 277 by
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SB 462 by
SB 523 by
SB 618 by
Clerk of the
A year ago, I vetoed legislation which would have created commercial surrogacy contracts in
All Louisianians are at liberty today to engage in informal agreements regarding surrogacy - this is simply a question of whether we ought to codify and regulate such agreements, and if so, what these regulations ought to entail.
My heart goes out to those who face the tragedies of miscarriage and infertility. The inability to conceive or bear children is a deep wound in our society, unnoticed by most, and suffered by too many. The desire to have a child is rooted in the love that created and sustains each of us -- and when we seek the blessing of children, it is our best selves speaking to action. A state reflecting that goodness, and that love, will protect the dignity of human life -- women and children at the foremost -- and seek to open the doors to that fulfillment in family.
However, despite the good intentions and hard efforts of the author, this legislation still raises concerns for many in the pro-life community.
Thus, I cannot in good conscience, sign this bill. For these reasons and with deep conviction, I have vetoed House Bill No. 187 and hereby return it to the
Secretary of the
RE: Senate Bill No. 318 by Senator
Senate Bill No. 318 by Senator
While the bill as filed presented a narrow exemption for owners of fleet vehicles to do limited warranty work, the bill was amended. Dozens of legislators in both the
In addition, the
For these reasons, I have vetoed Senate Bill No. 318 and hereby return it to the
Secretary of the
RE: Senate Bill No. 418 by Senator
Senate Bill No. 418 by Senator
The legislation was intended to prohibit copying of military identification cards, which is consistent with federal law. Additionally, the legislation was intended to remove the requirement that valid photo identification be submitted with first-time renewals of vehicle registration. Due to drafting errors, the legislation would allow initial vehicle registration without the submission of valid photo identification.
For these reasons, and at the request of the
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