2012 Regular Session

 

2012 Regular Session
Instruments by Patricia Smith

Instrument

Status

Summary

HB130

INVOLUNTARILY DEFERRED IN HOUSE CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Considered on 5/2/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

PARDON – Provides for qualifications of members of the Board of Pardons

HB215

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 245

CRIMINAL/VICTIMS – Provides relative to victim and offender communications

HB228

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 181

CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE – Authorizes the earning of additional good time by certain habitual offenders for participation in certain rehabilitation and treatment programs (EN DECREASE GF EX See Note)

HB244

INVOLUNTARILY DEFERRED IN HOUSE & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
Considered on 5/2/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

ETHICS/LEGISLATIVE – Prohibits a former legislator from being appointed to or employed in an unclassified position in state government for a period of two years following the termination of his service as a legislator

HB272

ASSIGNED TO HOUSE EDUCATION

SCHOOLS – Requires BESE to develop a letter grade system for alternative schools (OR NO IMPACT EX See Note)

HB407

SUBSTITUTE ADOPTED ON THE HOUSE FLOOR 
(BECAME HB1214)

SCHOOLS – Provides relative to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in public schools (OR SEE FISC NOTE LF EX)

HB539

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 21

LABOR – Provides with respect to the La. Workforce Investment Council

HB543

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 401

PAROLE – Provides for parole eligibility for certain offenders sentenced to life imprisonment if certain conditions are met

HB671

ASSIGNED TO HOUSE LABOR & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

WORKERS COMPENSATION – Provides for the payment of medical benefits

HB806

ASSIGNED TO SENATE EDUCATION
Considered on 5/23/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT – Authorizes a Dept. of Education survey of students regarding risk behaviors

HB820

ASSIGNED TO HOUSE EDUCATION
Considered on 5/8/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

CURRICULA – Requires rather than authorizes sex education instruction in public schools (OR SEE FISC NOTE EX)

HB841

ASSIGNED TO HOUSE EDUCATION

STUDENT/LOANS-SCHOLARSHP – Relative to Taylor Opportunity Program for Students, provides for award dollar amounts (OR SEE FISC NOTE GF EX)

HB901

INVOLUNTARILY DEFERRED IN HOUSE EDUCATION
Considered on 5/2/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

STUDENT/ASSESSMENT – Permits parents of public school students to opt out of certain LEAP tests

HB1051

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 432

DISTRICTS/DOWNTOWN DEVEL – Provides relative to the Downtown Development District of the city of Baton Rouge

HB1214

ASSIGNED TO SENATE EDUCATION
Considered on 5/23/2012
(Meeting Adjourned)

SCHOOLS – Provides relative to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in public schools (RE SEE FISC NOTE LF EX See Note)

HCR39

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

COMMENDATIONS – Commends the Iota Theta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. upon the celebration of its 40th anniversary and recognizes March 31, 2012 as Delta Sigma Theta Day

HCR44

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

PUBLIC BUILDINGS/ST CAPL – Commemorates the 80th anniversary of the dedication of the La. State Capitol and recognizes it as a great place to visit

HCR76

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

PRIVILEGES/LIENS – Requests the La. State Law Institute to study and make recommendations regarding unpaid wages

HCR78

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

HEALTH – Creates a study committee to study the detection and prevention of heart disease in student athletes

HCR141

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

SPECIAL DAY/WEEK/MONTH – Recognizes Tuesday, May 15, 2012, as AKA Day at the capitol

HR14

ASSIGNED TO HOUSE & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS – Requires further public hearing and opportunity for public testimony on certain bills after typical working hours

HR35

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

COMMENDATIONS – Commends the efforts of Links, Incorporated and recognizes Tuesday, April 10, 2012, as La. Links Day at the capitol

HR66

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

SPECIAL DAY/WEEK/MONTH – Recognizes April 25, 2012, as School-Based Health Center Awareness Day and commends La. Assembly on School-Based Health Care, Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies, La. Public Health Institute's School Health Connection, and Kellogg Foundation

HR116

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

COMMENDATIONS – Commends Rev. Charles T. Smith upon his retirement after 50 years as pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Baton Rouge

HR159

FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE

EDUCATION – Requests that the La. School Boards Association develop and implement a training program for school board members on harassment, intimidation, and bullying of students

 

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The Honorable Patricia Haynes Smith
Louisiana State Representative, District 67
251 Florida Street, #300
Baton Rouge, LA 70801
(225) 342-7106 / Office
(225) 342-7117 / Fax