Senate Committee on Judiciary B
May 15, 2018
UPON RECESS OF THE SENATE
Room E

Adjourned
 
* Agenda Revised May 14, 2018, 6:46 pm *
Revision Notes: ADDED: HCR 52, HB 365, HB 493

 



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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

LEGISLATION TO BE CONSIDERED
 HCR27P.SMITHLEGISLATION/RESOLUTIONS - Requests the creation of the Louisiana Women's Incarceration Task Force
 HCR52FOILSEIZURES/SALES - Requests the Louisiana State Law Institute to study exemptions from seizure of certain retirement accounts
 HCR85MAGEEALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES - Creates a task force to study issues associated with the delivery of alcoholic beverages by third party companies in this state
 HCR86GAROFALONOTARIES - Requests the Louisiana State Law Institute to study and make recommendations for legislation to implement notaries public with limited authority
 HCR87MORRISWEAPONS - Expresses support of the right to keep and bear arms
 HCR98HUNTERLOCAL GOVERNMENT - Recognizes the potential value for local law enforcement agencies of an independent police monitor
 HCR100JORDANBAIL - Requests that the La. State Law Institute study and provide recommendations regarding the presumed release of a person on unsecured personal surety or bail without surety
 HB107BACALALAW ENFORCE/OFFICERS - Provides with respect to financial security for survivors of federal law enforcement officers (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)
 HB138HAVARDLAW ENFORCE/OFFICERS - Provides relative to the authority of the secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections to appoint special agents
 HB365JORDANCRIMINAL/JURY TRIALS - Provides relative to a unanimous jury in felony cases
 HB493GARY CARTERJUDGES - Provides relative to the Judicial Council of the Supreme Court of Louisiana
 HB602MIGUEZWEAPONS/FIREARMS - Provides relative to the carrying of a concealed handgun at a school
 HB631HUNTERPARDON/PAROLE - Provides that a recommendation for clemency by the Board of Pardons does not expire upon the expiration of a governor's term in office

CONSIDERATION OF ANY OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY COME BEFORE THE COMMITTEE