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Jun 13, 2013
Governor Jindal Signs Bills Into Law

BATON ROUGE - Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2013 Regular Legislative Session to 253.


HB 22 by Rep. Danahay: Relates to the Sheriffs' Pension and Relief Fund.
HB 23 by Rep. Burford: Relates to clerks of court in certain parishes.
HB 39 by Rep. S.Bishop: Relates to the La. Assessors' Retirement System.
HB 41 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to the Firefighters' Pension and Relief Fund in the City of New Orleans.
HB 50 by Rep. Pearson: Relates to the Firefighters' Pension and Relief Fund in the City of New Orleans.
HB 58 by Rep. Foil: Relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.
HB 106 by Rep. Dove: Relates to Houma Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
HB 128 by Rep. Jones: Relates to tribal police officers and firemen.
HB 152 by Rep. Hazel: Relates to juvenile offenders.
HB 189 by Rep. Gaines: Relates to attempted theft.
HB 191 by Rep. S. Bishop: Relates to voting.
HB 195 by Rep. Chaney: Relates to the Richland Parish Sheriff’s office.
HB 232 by Rep. Brown: Relates to the Grant Parish Tourist Commission.
HB 323 by Rep. Badon: Creates the Eastover Neighborhood Improvement and Security District in Orleans Parish.            
HB 325 by Rep. St. Germain: Relates to Iberville Parish.
HB 326 by Rep. Barras: Relates to the City of Youngsville.
HB 348 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to Crescent City Connection tolls.
HB 360 by Rep. Shadoin: Relates to the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office.
HB 361 by Rep. Ritchie: Relates to the monitoring of children.
HB 371 by Rep. Lopinto: Relates to evidence in criminal cases.
HB 385 by Rep. Hodges: Relates to post-conviction relief.
HB 462 by Rep. Arnold: Relates to manufacturer permits.
HB 465 by Rep. Shadoin: Relates to commercial driver’s licenses.
HB 472 by Rep. Jay Morris: Relates to class actions.
HB 482 by Rep. Stokes: Relates to local audit reports.
HB 489 by Rep. Cox: Relates to local historic landmark districts.
HB 563 by Rep. Thibaut: Relates to the Research and Development Tax Credit.
HB 687 by Rep. Kleckley: Relates to expenses of the legislature for FY 2013-2014.
HB 723 by Rep. T. Burns: Relates to parish millage public hearing.
SB 44 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to the city of Bogalusa.
SB 51 by Sen. Long: Relates to municipal and parish actions for blighted property.
SB 75 by Sen. Buffington: Relates to the Medicaid Trust Fund for the Elderly.
SB 109 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to child abuse victims.
SB 114 by Sen. Martiny: Relates to custody orders in Jefferson Parish.
SB 154 by Sen. Murray: Relates to state property in East Baton Rouge and Orleans Parishes.
SB 167 by Sen. Chabert: Relates to the Louisiana Seafood and Marketing Board. 
SB 240 by Sen. Murray: Relates to the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.
SB 252 by Sen. Cortez: Relates to horse racing.

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