LEGISLATIVE ALERT
Bill Status Report
04-20-2018 - 20:21:17


Track: Fire & Police   

HB 9   Ivey, Barry Provides for definitions relative to rollovers of sums to the Firefighters' Retirement System from other qualified plans under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code.
Bill History: 04-23-18 S Meeting set for 9:00 A.M. Rm. E Senate Retirement 

HB 10   Ivey, Barry Provides for the payment of refunded contributions to members of the Firefighters' Retirement System.
Bill History: 03-27-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Retirement

HB 37   Brown, Terry
Walsworth
Provides for benefits for certain members of the Louisiana State Employees' Retirement System totally and permanently disabled in the line of duty by an intentional act of violence.
Bill History: 04-16-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 40   Ivey, Barry Allows members of the Firefighters' Retirement System to allocate Deferred Retirement Option Plan funds between two separate interest bearing accounts.
Bill History: 04-23-18 S Meeting set for 9:00 A.M. Rm. E Senate Retirement 

HB 41   Ivey, Barry Provides relative to the fiduciary relationship between the Firefighters' Retirement System and its investment advisors.
Bill History: 04-23-18 S Meeting set for 9:00 A.M. Rm. E Senate Retirement 

HB 112   Mack, Sherman Provides relative to blood and saliva testing of certain persons who expose law enforcement officers to serious infectious diseases.
Bill History: 04-03-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Judiciary B

HB 164   Mack, Sherman Increases the amount of supplemental pay for eligible law enforcement and fire protection officers.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations

HB 210   Jackson, Katrina Provides relative to revocation of P.O.S.T. certification.
Bill History: 04-10-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Judiciary B

HB 221   Mack, Sherman Provides relative to the requirements for submission of DNA samples by peace officers.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 274   Jordan, Edmond Provides for the decriminalization of marijuana possession and distribution.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Meeting set for 9:00 A.M. RM. 6 House Administration of Criminal Justice 

HB 286   Mack, Sherman Changes the fee applicable to certain accident reports.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 293   Hilferty, Stephanie Provides for the release of a person without surety when the person was not brought before a judge within 72 hours of arrest.
Bill History: 04-17-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Judiciary C

HB 315   Carpenter, Barbara Increases the fees for city marshals and constables for certain services.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 474   Smith, Patricia Requires additional training for peace officers.
Bill History: 04-16-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 544   Billiot, Robert Provides relative to the definition of fire employee.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Removed from hearing 03/15/18 House Municipal and Parochial Affairs 

HB 546   LeBas, Bernard Amends provisions of law regarding emergency medical response vehicles.
Bill History: 04-18-18 S Voluntarily Deferred in Committee Senate Health and Welfare

HB 582   James, Ted Provides relative to law enforcement investigative procedures relating to eyewitness identification.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Removed from hearing 03/15/18 House Judiciary 

HB 604   Emerson, Julie Provides for health insurance for the families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
Bill History: 04-17-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Judiciary B

HB 742   Danahay, Mike Provides relative to the disposal of unclaimed property seized in connection with criminal investigations of municipal police departments.
Bill History: 04-05-18 H Voluntarily Deferred in Committee House Administration of Criminal Justice

HB 771   Bacala, Tony Provides for payment of unfunded accrued liability by an employer participating in the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 834   Marcelle, Denise Provides for the prosecution of officer-involved incidents.
Bill History: 04-12-18 H Voluntarily Deferred in Committee House Administration of Criminal Justice

HB 835   Hilferty, Stephanie Authorizes supplemental pay for levee district police officers.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

HB 866   Glover, Cedric Provides relative to the secretary for the municipal fire and police civil service board in certain municipalities.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Passed to third reading

SB 3   Peacock Provides for benefits for survivors of hazardous duty plan members killed by an intentional act of violence.
Bill History: 04-23-18 H Set on the House Orders

SB 7   Peacock Corrects language regarding average final compensation as relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.
Bill History: 04-27-18 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m. Rm. 4 House Retirement 

SB 8   Peacock Provides for the classification of membership as relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.
Bill History: 04-27-18 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m. Rm. 4 House Retirement 

SB 12   Peacock Provides for survivor benefits as relates to the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System.
Bill History: 04-27-18 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m. Rm. 4 House Retirement 

SB 57   Milkovich Provides and clarifies the right of law enforcement officers while under investigation.
Bill History: 04-17-18 S Voluntarily Deferred in Committee Senate Judiciary B

SB 93   Mizell Exempts volunteer fire departments from having their ad valorem taxes decreased to fund certain statutory allocations.
Bill History: 04-19-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Municipal and Parochial Affairs

SB 154   Carter Adds to public employees required to meet peace officer training requirements, local personnel with limited authority for enforcement of a local sanitation standard code.
Bill History: 04-10-18 S Voluntarily Deferred in Committee Senate Judiciary B

SB 261   Erdey Provides for certain insurance benefits for firemen and law enforcement officers who suffer a catastrophic injury resulting in permanent and total disability caused by an individual with the specific intent to kill an officer.
Bill History: 04-10-18 H Passed to third reading

SB 514   White Provides relative to employee and employer contributions under certain circumstances relative to the Municipal Police Retirement System.
Bill History: 04-16-18 S Voluntarily Deferred in Committee Senate Retirement

SB 533   Milkovich Provides for a five-year DROP period relative to firefighter's retirement.
Bill History: 04-16-18 S Involuntarily Deferred Senate Retirement


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