Legislature Discusses Alcoholic Container Sizes in Transport

On Thursday April 27, the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives voted to move House Bill 114 favorably as amended due to no objections by any representatives in Committee Room 1. The bill was presented to the committee by Representative Chad Brown, a Democrat who represents District 60 in Louisiana, which specifically includes Assumption
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Legislature v. Polygraph Testing

The Judiciary Committee voluntarily deferred House Bill 96 on Thursday April 27 in hopes to thoroughly come up with wording that will please everyone for the bill to be passed. The bill, presented by Representative Bacala, brought Chief Sherman Jackson from the police department in Gonzales. “It’s very narrowly written,” said Bacala. The language of
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Business Identity Theft Protection Act Proposed in Senate

[BATON ROUGE] – An individual has been masquerading as a member of the secretary of state’s office, and yet he is inside of the law. This is possible through one means: he has put in fine print at the bottom of a form he sends in to the companies that he is in fact, not.
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