House Order of the Day
October 23, 2020
10:00 a.m.
House Chamber


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1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Reading of Journal

5. Petitions, Memorials, and Communications

6. Introduction of Resolutions
 HR55WILLARDCOMMENDATIONS - Commends the Pontchartrain Park Neighborhood Association on attaining historic designation on the National Register of Historic Places for the neighborhood of Pontchartrain Park in Orleans Parish

7. Introduction of Bills

8. Senate Bills on First Reading

9. Reports of Committees


1. House and Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading for Final Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 10/23/2020
 HR44GARY CARTERSMALL BUSINESS - Urges and requests the secretary of state to work with the Department of Revenue, the Department of Economic Development, and the office of state procurement to create a central electronic repository of information, resources, training, and opportunities that small, rural, minority, female, and veteran entrepreneurs can access when registering their businesses with the state
 HR45GARY CARTERSMALL BUSINESS - Urges and requests the Department of Economic Development to pioneer information campaigns aimed at small and emerging businesses
 HR46GARY CARTERSMALL BUSINESS - Urges and requests the Louisiana Bankers Association to provide small business information compiled by the Department of Economic Development to citizens who open commercial accounts or seek commercial loans
 HR47GARY CARTERLEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES - Extends the termination date of the Committee on Minority, Female, and Veteran Enterprises
 HR48GARY CARTERPROCUREMENT - Urges and requests the governor to modify small purchase procedures through an executive order
 HR49GARY CARTERSMALL BUSINESS - Expresses support of the House of Representatives for making future stimulus programs for pandemic and disaster relief easier for minority, female, veteran, small, and rural business owners to access
 HR51HILFERTYEDUCATION DEPARTMENT - Requests the state Department of Education to study the education and training requirements, compensation, and employment turnover rates of early childhood care and education teachers

2. Senate Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading Final Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 10/23/2020
 SCR14TROY CARTERHEALTH CARE - Requests that teachers, members of law enforcement, and firefighters be given preference for COVID-19 testing.

3. House Concurrent Resolutions Returned from the Senate with Amendments

Scheduled for concurrence on 10/23/2020
 HCR36LYONSUNEMPLOYMENT COMP - Creates a task force to study and make recommendations for replenishing the unemployment trust fund and increasing the unemployment compensation weekly benefit amount (Item #8)

4. House Bills Amended by Senate to be Concurred in by the House

Scheduled for concurrence on 10/23/2020
 HB51MIGUEZELECTIONS - Provides for prohibition of using private funds for any part of our election system (Item #5)
 HB72STEFANSKIFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides dedicated funding and requirements within the La. Main Street Recovery Program for certain establishments (Items #16, 17, 18, 19, and 20) (EN SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)
 HB52EDMONDSPUBLIC HEALTH/OFFICE - Requires regular reporting of the number of school-age children known to have an infectious disease during a public health emergency relating to the disease (Item #28) (EN NO IMPACT See Note)
 HB56BAGLEYSCHOOLS - Authorizes administration of medical marijuana to a student by a parent, guardian, or authorized school employee at a public school (Item #42)
 HB80CHARLES OWENSTUDENT/ASSESSMENT - Provides relative to the use of student assessment results for the 2020-2021 school year with respect to school and district accountability, teacher evaluation, and student promotion (Item #42)

7. Conference Committee Reports for Consideration
 HB96FREEMANSTUDENTS - Provides relative to sharing of student information for the purpose of administering the pandemic electronic benefits transfer (P-EBT) program (Item #28)
 HB38LANCE HARRISFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides relative to funding university, parish, and municipal police departments (Items #15 and 16) (REF SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)


Regular Order

1. House and House Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading for Final Consideration
 HR40MOORESTUDENTS - Requests that the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) study the feasibility and advisability of providing state funding in support of students in BESE-approved home study programs
 HCR1DWIGHTSCHOOLS/FINANCE-MFP - Requests the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to take all necessary measures to ensure that the Calcasieu and Cameron parish school systems are not penalized in terms of funding due to Hurricane Laura
 HCR6LANDRYLEGISLATIVE BUDG CONTROL - Directs the Legislative Budgetary Control Council to review the compensation of legislative assistants and to establish a salary schedule for legislative assistants that is competitive with the marketplace (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)

5. House Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage
 HB57EDMONDSLEGISLATIVE POWERS - Provides relative to the emergency powers of the governor (Items #1, 2, 28, and 41)
 HB70SCHEXNAYDERUNEMPLOYMENT COMP - Repeals the unemployment trust fund solvency tax (Item #30) (EG DECREASE SD RV See Note)
 HB81GAROFALOSTUDENTS - Prohibits a school from sharing a student's personally identifiable information relative to illness or disease with the Dept. of Health for purposes of the Sanitary Code or any other purpose without parental consent (Item #42)

6. Senate Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage
 SB11CATHEYSCHOOLS - Prohibits certain schools from being members of any interscholastic extracurricular athletic association or organization that does not have certain persons as members of its executive committee. (gov sig) (Item #42)


Not yet scheduled for floor debate
 HB16FRIEMANLIABILITY/PUBLIC - Provides relative to limitations of liability for public and non-public schools and postsecondary education during public health emergencies (Items #1, 2, 3, 28, and 42)
 HB85MAGEEFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides relative to the Louisiana Main Street Recovery Program (Item #18) (REF SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)
 SB29CORTEZEMERGENCY POWERS - Provides for legislative review of a state of emergency issued by the governor that extends beyond thirty days. (gov sig) (Items #1 and #2)
 SB37BODI WHITECAPITAL OUTLAY - To provide relative to the capital outlay process. (gov sig) (Item #15) (EGF NO IMPACT See Note)
 SB38BODI WHITEFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides relative to the creation, use, dedication, and transfer of funds in the state treasury. (gov sig) (Item #16) (REF SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)