Several bills signed into law by Gov. Edwards on Monday
BATON ROUGE- Governor John Bel Edwards signed several bills into law on Monday.
The following bills signed into law are:
Act 13- Senate Bill 32: Authorizes the city of Carencro to levy a sales and use tax
Act 14 – SB 63: Removes the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum from the jurisdiction of the Department of State
Act 15 – SB 110: Re-creates the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism
Act 16 – SB 139: Removes the Schepis Museum from the jurisdiction of the Department of State
Act 18 – SB 174: Provides relative to the minimum ACT score for TOPS eligibility and TOPS award amounts
Act 19 – HB 12: Provides that the state treasurer and the commissioner of administration, or their designees, serve as voting members of the Municipal Employees' Retirement System board of trustees
Act 20 – HB 100: Redesignates a portion of United States Highway 165 in Grant Parish as the "Captain Ronald David Bennett Memorial Highway"
Act 21 – HB 109: Provides for issuance of multiple hang tags for persons with mobility impairments
Act 22 – HB 110: Designates a bridge located on Louisiana Highway 154 in Bossier Parish as the "Officer Thomas LaValley Memorial Bridge"
Act 23 – HB 120: Designates portions of certain highways in Vernon Parish
Act 24 – HB 128: Adds requirements to qualify for a commissioned police officer special prestige license plate
Act 25 – HB 236: Provides grace period in order to pay certain taxes and fees related to motor vehicles for persons separating from active duty military service
Act 26 – HB 248: Provides relative to a certain special prestige license plate for motorcycles
Act 28 – HB 468: Requires adult residential care providers to disseminate educational information on influenza
Act 29 – HB 485: Provides for access to consumer reports by the Department of Children and Family Services for child support purposes
Act 30 – HB 519: Provides relative to the maintenance of electronic records by domestic insurers and to the maintenance of their records outside the state
Act 31 – HB 622: Authorizes the transfer of certain state property in Caddo Parish
Act 32 – HB 782: Provides relative to certain definitions in the Insurance Code used in regulation of health insurance
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