Senate Committee on Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
March 28, 2012
10:00 am
Room E

Adjourned
 
* Agenda Revised March 27, 2012, 4:01 pm *
Revision Notes: REMOVED SB128 ADDED SB124

 



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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
 March 20, 2012

LEGISLATION TO BE CONSIDERED
 SB124JOHNSPHARMACISTS - Exempts the Board of Pharmacy, State Board of Nursing and State Board of Social Work Examiners from the limitations on disciplinary proceedings by professional or occupational boards and commissions. (gov sig)
 SB163MARTINYSECURITIES - Provides relative to securities. (gov sig)
 SB175APPELMOTOR VEHICLES - Provides relative to unauthorized acts of certain persons regulated by the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission. (8/1/12)
 SB210CLAITORTELECOMMUNICATIONS - Requires Louisiana Public Service Commission to promulgate rules and regulations regarding unrequested commercial text messages and third-party charges to the consumer for certain text message solicitations. (1/1/13) (OR NO IMPACT GF EX See Note)
 SB326BROOMELOANS - Requires the commissioner of the office of financial institutions to compile certain information from licensees under the Louisiana Deferred Presentment and Small Loan Act. (8/1/12)
 SB334CLAITORSTATE AGENCIES - Provides for legislative members to the State Board of Commerce and Industry. (gov sig)
 SB426MARTINYECONOMIC DEVELOP DEPT - Extends confidentiality to any proprietary or trade secret information submitted for economic development purposes. (7/1/12)
 SB449MARTINYBANKS/BANKING - Provides relative to privileged bank documents. (8/1/12)
 SB516CROWECOMMERCIAL REGULATIONS - Provides that persons with ownership interest in certain business entities be notified before changes are made in the records of the secretary of state. (8/1/12) (EN NO IMPACT See Note)

DISCUSSION
 To discuss with Stephen Moret, Secretary of Louisiana Economic Development, the department's procedures when adopting administrative rules.

CONSIDERATION OF ANY OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY COME BEFORE THE COMMITTEE