Legislative Session 2015

House Bills  Municipal Fire & Police Legislation

 

 

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Bill ID

Author

Summary

Status

HB 1 James R. Fannin APPROPRIATIONS:  Provides for the ordinary operating expenses of state government for Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Act 16

HB 8 Jack Montoucet POLICE/MUNICIPAL:  Provides relative to the powers granted to the chief of police for the city of Crowley

Act 86

HB 40 Randal L. Gaines RETIREMENT CREDIT:  Authorizes the purchase of military service credit for vesting purposes in statewide retirement systems

Pending House Retirement

Scheduled for April 30

HB 42 Sam Jones RETIREMENT/COLAS:  Authorizes payments funded by state retirement system experience accounts to certain retirees and beneficiaries of such systems

Notice given Subject to call - House concurrence

Scheduled for June 11

HB 45 Kevin Pearson RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Provides relative to implementation of new age sixty-two retirement eligibility for new hires in state systems

Subject to call - House final passage

Scheduled for June 11

HB 47 Karen Gaudet St. Germain PROPERTY/COMMUNITY:  Prohibits certain post-divorce earnable compensation in the Firefighters' Retirement System from being included in a former spouse's portion of community property

Reconsideration - Senate final passage

Scheduled for June 11

HB 50 Mike Danahay SUPPLEMENTAL PAY:  Provides a technical correction relative to additional compensation authorized to be paid to certain firefighters

Act 88

HB 63 Andy Anders CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides that the positions of fire chief and assistant fire chief for Parishwide Fire Protection District No. 1 of the Parish of Tensas are in the unclassified service

Act 89

HB 64 Tim Burns FIRE PROTECT/FIRE DEPTS:  Provides relative to recognition and compensation of employees of St. Tammany Fire Protection District No. 4 Withdrawn from the files of the House
HB 92 Tim Burns FIRE PROTECT/FIRE DEPTS:  Provides relative to the position of chief of training and safety for St. Tammany Fire Protection District No. 4

Pending House Municipal, Parochial, and Cultural Affairs

Scheduled for April 30

HB 108 Tim Burns FIRE PROTECT/FIRE DEPTS:  Provides relative to personnel of St. Tammany Fire Protection District No. 4.

Involuntarily deferred in House Municipal, Parochial and Cultural Affairs

HB 111 Bryan Adams FIRE PROTECT/FIREMEN:  Provides relative to wage and hours regulations for fire departments Pending House Municipal, Parochial, and Cultural Affairs
HB 141 Alan Seabough PUBLIC EMPLOYEES:  Provides relative to authorized payroll withholdings for public employees Withdrawn from the files of the House - prior to introduction
HB 183 Dalton Honore LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides for the use of body cameras by law enforcement officers

Pending House Judiciary

Scheduled for May 14

HB 189 Harold L. Ritchie LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS:  (Constitutional Amendment) Provides relative to legislative sessions convening in even- and odd-numbered years

Pending Senate Finance

Scheduled for May 29

HB 222 Lance Harris APPROPRIATIONS:  Provides for the ordinary operating expenses of state government for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Pending House Appropriations
HB 267 Mike Danahay POLICE/LOCAL:  Provides relative to the work schedule of certain employees of the Sulphur Police Department

Act 106

HB 356 Steven E. Plyant FIRE PROTECT/FIREMEN:  Provides relative to wage and hours regulations for fire departments

Signed by the speaker

Scheduled for June 9

HB 392 Joseph Lopinto LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Creates a database for certain training and hiring information for all law enforcement officers

Sent to Governor

Scheduled for June 7

HB 418 Stuart J. Bishop PUBLIC EMPLOYEES:  Provides with respect to authorized payroll withholdings for public employees

Subject to call - House final passage

Scheduled for June 11

HB 424 Kenny Havard LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides with respect to cellular tracking devices

Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice

Scheduled for May 13

HB 447 Jack Montoucet CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the start of the working test period for entry level firefighters in certain municipalities

Sent to Governor

Scheduled for June 5

HB 456 Ledricka Thierry TELECOMMUNICATIONS:  Requires commercial mobile service providers and telecommunications carriers to disclose call location information to law enforcement agencies during emergency situations

Subject to call - Senate final passage

Scheduled for June 11