Legislative Session 2016

House Bills  Municipal Fire & Police Legislation

 

 

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Bill ID

Author

Summary

Status

HB 1 HENRY
APPROPRIATIONS:  Provides for the ordinary operating expenses of state government for Fiscal Year 2016-2017

Signed by the Governor

Act 17

HB 15 PEARSON
RETIREMENT/FUNDING:  Provides for the assessment of employer contributions to fund certain administrative expenses of state retirement systems
Pending House Retirement
HB 21 JONES
RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Requires certain amortization periods for certain state retirement system debts and authorizes reamortization of certain debts in certain circumstances

Pending House Retirement

HB 22 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Establishes a funding deposit account for the Firefighters' Retirement System and authorizes the board of trustees of the system to modify required employer contribution rates in certain circumstances and within certain limits in order to fund the account

Signed by the Governor

Act 208

HB 24 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Provides that a member of the Firefighters' Retirement System is not eligible for disability retirement benefits if his disability is indirectly a result of a preexisting condition

Signed by the Governor

Act 209

HB 25 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Provides relative to the reemployment of retirees of the Firefighters' Retirement System

Scheduled to be heard April 5

Subject to call - House final passage

HB 26 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Provides relative to appeals of certain disability eligibility decisions in the Firefighters' Retirement System

Signed by the Governor

Act 78

HB 27 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Provides with respect to payment of interest in certain cases of administrative error in the Firefighters' Retirement System.

Signed by the Governor

Act 231

HB 32 JONES
RETIREMENT/COLAS:  Authorizes payment of a benefit increase, funded by state retirement system experience accounts, to certain retirees and beneficiaries of such systems

Signed by the Governor

Act 512

HB 33 JONES
RETIREMENT/COLAS:  Provides for payment of cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) to retirees and beneficiaries of state retirement systems without legislative approval in certain circumstances

Scheduled to be heard April 14

Pending House Retirement

HB 38 MONTOUCET
RETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS:  Provides relative to reenrollment in the Firefighters' Retirement System by employees covered by Social Security

Signed by the Governor

Act 79

HB 45 IVEY
RETIREMENT BENEFITS:  (Constitutional Amendment) Removes the guarantee of retirement benefits for state employees in certain circumstances

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Retirement

HB 46 IVEY
RETIREMENT BENEFITS:  (Constitutional Amendment) Requires new hires enrolled in state retirement systems to share certain retirement costs equally with their employer

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Retirement

HB 47 IVEY
RETIREMENT/FUNDING:  Provides for the assessment of employer contributions to fund certain administrative expenses of state retirement systems
Pending House Retirement
HB 49 IVEY
RETIREMENT BENEFITS:  Provides relative to payment of the actuarial cost of certain future expansions or augmentations of a member's benefit

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Retirement

HB 50 IVEY
RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Establishes a tiered accrual rate for new members of state retirement systems whose first employment making them eligible for membership in a state system occurs on or after July 1, 2018

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Retirement

HB 62 IVEY
RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Sets minimum employer contributions and provides for funding deposit accounts for each state retirement system

Scheduled to be heard May 12

Pending House Retirement

HB 64 JONES
RETIREMENT/STATE-STWIDE:  Provides relative to the content of reports submitted by state and statewide retirement systems to the legislative retirement committees

Scheduled to be heard April 28

Pending House Retirement

HB 65 IVEY
RETIREMENT/STATE-STWIDE:  Establishes a new hybrid retirement benefit structure for members of state retirement systems first hired on or after July 1, 2018

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Retirement

HB 66 IVEY
RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Establishes hybrid retirement plan for new members of state retirement systems
Pending House Retirement
HB 112 PUGH
OFFICIAL JOURNALS:  Provides relative to the official journals of municipalities

Involuntarily Deferred in House Municipal, Parochial and Cultural Affairs

HB 117 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the classified police service in the city of Crowley

Signed by the Governor

Act 283

HB 118 MONTOUCET
FIRE PROTECT/FIREMEN:  Provides relative to the salaries of firemen in the city of Crowley

Signed by the Governor

Act 235

HB 119 MONTOUCET
POLICE/MUNICIPAL:  Provides relative to the powers granted to the chief of police for the city of Rayne

Signed by the Governor

Act 236

HB 129 MCFARLAND
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides that the positions of fire chief and assistant fire chief for Winn Parish Fire Protection District No. 3 are in the unclassified service

Signed by the Governor

Act 238

HB 138 ARMES
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Authorizes the governing authority of the city of DeRidder to create the classified competitive position of deputy fire chief

Signed by the Governor

Act 284

HB 149 TALBOT
ETHICS/CODE:  Prohibits public servants from engaging in certain activities with public funds and assets

Scheduled to be heard June 1

Pending Senate and Governmental Affairs

HB 157 ARMES
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the classified police service in the city of DeRidder

Signed by the Governor

Act 285

HB 158 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the secretary for the municipal fire and police civil service board in the city of Lafayette

Signed by the Governor

Act 542

HB 162 EDMONDS
PUBLIC MEETINGS:  Prohibits communication among a quorum of the members of a public body unless such communication is contemporaneously visible or audible to the public unless the public body is in an executive session authorized by law

Failed House Final Passage

HB 202 JAY MORRIS
CIVIL SERVICE:  (Constitutional Amendment) Authorizes the legislature to provide by law for the qualifications and compensation, including reductions in pay, of classified civil servants whose compensation exceeds a certain amount

Scheduled to be heard April 20

Pending House and Governmental Affairs

HB 360 JAY MORRIS
PUBLIC OFFLS/EMPS:  Reduces the salary of certain public employees and officials whose compensation exceeds a certain amount by ten percent
Pending House Appropriations
HB 573 BACALA
STATE AGENCIES:  (Constitutional Amendment) Authorizes certain budget reduction actions to avoid a deficit if a deficit has been projected

Withdrawn from the files of the House

HB 584 SCHRODER
BUDGETARY PROCEDURES:  (Constitutional Amendment) Provides for additional authority for the governor and legislature to reduce budgets if there is a projected deficit (EG SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)

Subject to call - House final passage

HB 657 SCHRODER
BUDGETARY PROCEDURES:  Provides for additional authority for the governor and legislature to reduce appropriations if there is a projected deficit (EG SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)

Subject to call - House final passage

HB 621 IVEY
LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR:  Provides relative to the legislative auditor's access to information held by entities that provide services to public retirement systems

Scheduled to be heard May 2

Pending Senate Introduction

HB 740 DANAHAY
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the offices of state examiner and deputy state examiner of municipal fire and police civil service

Scheduled to be heard March 31

Pending House Municipal, Parochial, and Cultural Affairs

HB 742 JAY MORRIS
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Eliminates certain statutory dedications and eliminates certain dedications of certain funds
Pending House Appropriations
HB 743 SCHRODER
STATE DEPARTMENTS:  Provides for a subcommittee of the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget to conduct sunset reviews of state departments (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF EX)
Pending Senate Finance
HB 858 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the members of the municipal fire and police civil service board

Signed by the Governor

Act 667

HB 859 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to the appointment and removal of employees of the municipal fire and police civil service

Signed by the Governor

Act 552

HB 860 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides that the attorney general shall be the legal counsel for the state examiner of the municipal fire and police civil service

Scheduled to be heard April 21

Pending House Municipal, Parochial, and Cultural Affairs

HB 861 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to defined terms within the provisions governing the municipal fire and police civil service

Signed by the Governor

Act 668

HB 873 MONTOUCET
CIVIL SERVICE/FIRE & POL:  Provides relative to officers and employees of the municipal fire and police civil service

Signed by the Governor

Act 669

HB 986 SCHRODER
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Eliminates certain statutory dedications and eliminates certain dedications of certain funds

Scheduled to be heard May 2

Pending House Appropriations

HB 1092 IVEY
RETIREMENT/STATE SYSTEMS:  Provides relative to actuarial assumptions of the state retirement systems

Scheduled to be heard May 5

Pending House Retirement

HCR 25 SCHRODER
BUDGETARY CONTROLS:  Directs each state department to submit to the commissioner of administration and the legislature an efficiency report that outlines initiatives they will undertake to ensure more efficient operations in Fiscal Year 2016-2017 and beyond
Pending House Appropriations
HCR 117 HUNTER
LAW ENFORCE/OFFICERS:  Creates a task force to study and make recommendations for law enforcement officers involved in certain incidents

Scheduled to be heard May 24

Involuntarily Deferred in House and Governmental Affairs