Friday, 01 July 2011 15:27
Jindal Signs Major Louisiana Legislative Money Bills
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Governor JindalAs the public readies for the 4th of July, Louisiana Governor Jindal has been busy signing various major pieces of legislation today involving capital outlay, Omnibus Bond Act and ancillary expenses of state government:

Update: See line item vetoes to HB 1

Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2011 Regular Legislative Session to 383 bills. 




HB 2 by Rep. Greene provides for the comprehensive Capital Outlay budget.


HB 3 by Rep. Greene provides for the Omnibus Bond Act.


HB 32 by Rep. Fannin provides for the ancillary expenses of state government.


HB 247 by Rep. Henry relates to the sale of tangible personal property.


HB 275 by Rep. Bishop allows for the transmission of insurance policies and supporting documents.


HB 282 by Rep. Ellington relates to certain alternative substances used as fuel.


HB 289 by Rep. Morris relates to the Lifetime License Endowment Trust Fund.


HB 342 by Rep. Bel Edwards relates to verification of citizenship.


HB 377 by Rep. Pearson relates to statewide retirement systems for members of the Legislature.


HB 477 by Rep. Fannin provides for the transfer and deposit of monies to state funds.


HB 508 by Rep. Landry relates to motor vehicles modified for use by a disabled person.


HB 594 by Rep. Fannin provides for revenue sharing distribution for Fiscal Year 2011-2012.


HB 608 by Rep. Fannin appropriates funds for the expenses of the Louisiana Judiciary for Fiscal Year 2011-2012.


HB 611 by Rep. Fannin makes supplemental appropriations for FY 2010-2011.


HB 631 by Rep. Tucker makes appropriations for the expenses of the legislature for FY 2011-2012.


HB 632 by Rep. Henry relates to income derived from broadcasting film and radio programming.




SB 169 by Sen. Claitor relates to the payment of medical claims by the insurer of automobiles.


SB 171 by Sen. Chaisson relates to deposits into the Budget Stabilization Fund.


SB 199 by Sen. Claitor relates to the creation of the Jefferson Place/Bocage Crime Prevention District.


SB 254 by Sen. Willard-Lewis relates to the Make It Right Foundation.



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