SGA Legislation Passed on Agendas

Previous Webmaster for SGA Ashish Acharya has posted SGA meeting agendas on southeasternureporter.com/category/sga/ and plans have been made for postings to continue in the upcoming semesters. SGA Bylaw Amendment SP12-46 was passed on April 16, and stated that Senate and Committee meeting minutes will be published weekly. The original law stated specific rules governing Senate
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Senate increases penalties for firearms with obliterated serial numbers.

Persons with firearms that have obliterated serial numbers may be facing harsh penalities. Senate increases penalties for firearms with obliterated serial numbers.  HB4 was reported favorable (14-0) on April 25 and is pending house final passage. Joseph P. Lopinto III is the primary author of the bill. Loptino proposed a change to the present law which
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“Knowing the hands that grow your food” with the Farmer’s Market

The farmer’s market filled Southeastern University’s Student Union mall with fresh produce and loads of information about living an eating healthier. Club Re-connect, the student environment club on campus, sponsored the farmer’s market. Several vendors were there representing different co-ops including the Indian Springs Co-op and the Pointe Coupee Minority Farmer’s Co-op.   Strawberry farmers
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Hammond City Council discussed increasing council members terms

A committee of members appointed by the Hammond City Council constituents issued an ordinance requesting the council member’s terms increase from two to three. The current full term of a city council member is four years, which means the terms would be extended to 12 years. The ordinance would amend The City of Hammond Rule
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East Baton Rouge residential area looks forward to big changes

[BATON ROUGE] – Within a five-mile radius sits a quiet residential area of East Baton Rouge Parish that will soon see big changes. The Southeast Baton Rouge Community School District, a proposed school district to pull 10 East Baton Rouge Parish schools from the system into a new system, has passed through the Senate, and
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