2013 Legislative Session

BILL #

DESCRIPTION

CURRENT STATUS

CONSIDERED

HB154

CRIMINAL/SENTENCING: Provides penalities relative to persons aiding and abetting in thecommission of a crime and provides for the procedure by which an aider and abettor may be resentenced

Involuntarily deferred in HouseAdministration of Criminal Justice

5/8/2013

HB175

VOTING/REGISTRATION: Provides relative to registration and voting by a person convicted of a felon

Involuntarily deferred in House and Governmental Affairs

4/30/2013

HB233

MEDICAID: Provides that eligibility standards for the La. Medicaid program shall conform to those established by the Affordable Care Act and requires reporting of program outcomes

Notice given subject to call – House final passage

Scheduled for 5/21/2013

HB584

SCHOOLS: Provides relative to standards for virtual schools

Pending House Education

 

HB646

STUDENT/DISCIPLINE: Provides relative to student discipline, including suspensions and expulsions, codes of conduct, and bullying.

Notice given subject to call – House final passage

Scheduled for

5/22/2013

HB668

TAX CREDITS: Provides requirements for enterprise zone contracts

Pending House Ways and Means

 

HCR12

CRIMINAL/PROCEDURE: Expresses intent of the legislature regarding Act. No. 181 of the 2012 Regular Session

Passed the Senate

 

HCR48

ELECTIONS: Requests certain officials and entities responsible for incarcerated inmates to make recommendations to allow certain incarcerated persons to vote

Pending House and Governmental Affairs

 

HR19

COMMENDATIONS: Commends Buddy Guy

Sent to the Secretary of State

 

HR24

COMMENDATIONS: Commends the La. School for the Deaf upon the grand opening of the Dr. Monita G. Hara ProStart Kitchen and posthumously recognizes Dr. Hara, former school director

Sent to the Secretary of State

 

HR35

SPECIAL DAY/WEEK/MONTH: Recognizes Tuesday, April 16, 2013, as Clergy Day at the Capitol

Sent to the Secretary of State

 

HR53

COMMENDATIONS: Commends the students, faculty, and staff of Louisiana State University upon the opening of the African American Cultural Center

Sent to the Secretary of State

 

 

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Contact Information

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