Legislative Session 2016

Senate Bills  Municipal Fire & Police Legislation

 

 

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Bill ID

Author

Summary

Status

SB 2 PEACOCK
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS:  Authorizes payments funded by state systems' experience accounts to certain retirees and beneficiaries. (2/3 - CA10s29(F)) (6/30/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 93

SB 3 PEACOCK
FIREFIGHTERS RETIREMENT:  Provides benefits for members hired on or after January 1, 2017. (6/30/16)

Scheduled to be heard April 14

Pending House Retirement

SB 5 PEACOCK
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS:  Provides for the payment of certain system administrative expenses. (6/10/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 94

SB 18 PEACOCK
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS:  Provides for actuarial determinations and application of funds. (6/30/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 95

SB 20 PEACOCK
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS:  Provides for actuarial determinations and application of funds. (6/30/16)

Scheduled to be heard April 6

Pending Senate Retirement

SB 41 GATTI
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Increases supplemental pay for certain eligible law enforcement officers and firefighters to $1,000 per month. (7/1/16)
Pending Senate Finance
SB 43 ERDEY
LOCAL EMPLOYEES:  Provides that the positions of police chief and fire chief for the city of Denham Springs are in the unclassified service. (gov sig)
Withdrawn from the files of the Senate
SB 76 GATTI
CIVIL SERVICE:  Constitutional amendment to remove prohibition against civil servants being able to participate or engage in political activities. (2/3-CA13s1(A))

Scheduled to be heard May 17

Pending Senate and Governmental Affairs

SB 84 GATTI
CIVIL SERVICE:  Allows civil service employees to engage in political activities. (See Act)

Signed by the Governor

Act 332

SB 178 PEACOCK
FISCAL CONTROLS:  Provides relative to certain appropriations.
Pending Senate Finance
SB 226 DONAHUE
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Provides for performance audits for statutory dedications that include a fee for service. (gov sig) (OR NO IMPACT See Note)

Scheduled to be heard May 2

Pending Senate Finance

SB 285 WARD
PUBLIC MEETINGS:  Provides an exception to the Open Meetings Law relative to attorney-client privilege. (8/1/16)

Scheduled to be heard April 6

Pending Senate and Governmental Affairs

SB 287 WARD
LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides for the revocation of P.O.S.T. qualification for peace officers convicted of malfeasance in office (8/1/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 273

SB 289 JOHNS
SEX OFFENSES:  Provides relative to malfeasance in office by law enforcement officers involving sexual conduct. (gov sig)

Scheduled to be heard May 4

Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice

SB 305 DONAHUE
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Creates the Fund Review Commission to review dedicated funds which receive state general funds. (gov sig)

Scheduled to be heard April 18

Pending Senate Finance

SB 346 T.CARTER
FUNDS/FUNDING:  Provides relative to certain special funds in the state treasury. (gov sig)
Pending Senate Finance
SB 365 MIZELL
LOCAL OFFICIALS:  Removes the Bogalusa Chief of Police from civil service. (gov sig)

Withdrawn from the files of the Senate

SB 384 CORTEZ
MUNICIPALITIES:  Provides relative to promotions in the Lafayette Police Department. (8/1/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 177

SB 396 JOHNS
MUNICIPALITIES:  Provides relative to promotional seniority in the Lake Charles Police Department for officers who have been deployed. (8/1/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 178

SB 398 JOHNS
PUBLIC RECORDS:  Exempts video or audio recordings generated by law enforcement body worn cameras from Public Records Law. (8/1/16)

Signed by the Governor

Act 525

SB 455 B.WHITE
HEALTH CARE:  Provides relative to emergency medical services transporting patients to medical facilities. (9/6/16)

Scheduled to be heard May 9

Substitute adopted on the Senate Floor Became SB 475

SB 475 B.WHITE
HEALTH CARE:  Provides relative to emergency medical services transporting patients to medical facilities. (9/6/16)

Scheduled to be heard May 9

Substitute adopted on the Senate Floor