Louisiana Senator Cleo Fields [D]

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LAHCR17PassCommends the National Association of Real Estate Brokers and recognizes April 11-17, 2021, as Realtist Week at the state capitol
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2021-04-15
Enrolled and signed by the Speaker of the House.
LASR14PassRecognizes the University of Louisiana System and designates Wednesday, April 14, 2021 as University of Louisiana System Day at the Capitol.
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2021-04-14
Read by title and adopted.
LASB2IntroRequires air monitoring systems in certain permitted facilities. (8/1/21)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Environmental Quality Committee
LASB10IntroProvides for mandatory kindergarten attendance and requires compulsory school attendance beginning at age 5. (gov sig) (OR INCREASE GF EX See Note)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Education Committee
LASB33IntroTo provide for responsibilities of law enforcement officers while interacting with the public. (8/1/21)
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2021-04-12
Withdrawn from the files of the Senate prior to introduction.
LASB34IntroProvides for responsibilities of law enforcement officers while interacting with the public. (8/1/21) (OR INCREASE GF EX See Note)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Judiciary B Committee
LAHB129IntroProvides relative to peace officers
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2021-04-12
To House Judiciary Committee
LASCR2IntroProvides for legislative approval of the MFP formula for the 2021-2022 school year. (7/1/21) (OR +$22,694,545 EX See Note)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Education Committee
LASB99IntroProvides relative to TOPS eligibility. (gov sig) (OR INCREASE GF EX See Note)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Education Committee
LASB138IntroProvides for refundability for the child care expense individual income tax credit. (gov sig)
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2021-04-12
To Senate Revenue & Fiscal Affairs Committee
LASCR18IntroRequests the state Department of Education to study the feasibility of banning the use of corporal punishment in public schools.
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2021-04-12
To Senate Education Committee
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