It would appropriate all forecasted revenue for fiscal year 2018, but instruct state agencies to refrain from spending a combined $60 million as a precaution against midyear shortfalls ...
The House approved, 90-1, Senate amendments to House Bill 688 by Rep. Vincent Pierre, D-Lafayette, preventing Louisiana’s public colleges and universities, with a couple of exceptions, from inquiring about a prospective student’s criminal history ...
House Bill 269, authored by Lance Harris, R-Alexandria, requires state institutes of higher education to state their support for the First Amendment and create a system of disciplinary sanctions for students who interfere with freedom of speech ...
The bill requires the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy to create a website listing transparent pricing information for prescription drugs ...
The Senate Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works moved three bills changing aspects of how one obtains a driver’s license in Louisiana, including how to deal with traffic cops, online courses and an additional fee ...
The bill would require the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy to create a website that contains transparent pricing information for prescription drugs ...
House Bill 269 would have required state institutions of higher learning to state their support for the First Amendment and create a system of disciplinary sanctions for students who interfere with invited speakers ...
Shreveport Rep. Cedric Glover voluntarily withdrew his bill Thursday that would have prevented state colleges or universities from affixing their names or logos to an alcoholic beverage after having some fun in front of the House Education Committee ...
HB205 would also allow lifers who have been denied pardon to reapply after three years, instead of five ...
The bill makes juveniles convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole eligible for parole consideration 25 years after conviction ...

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