Senate Committee on Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
May 4, 2022
10:30 AM
Room E

Adjourned
 
* Agenda Revised May 3, 2022, 6:05 pm *
Revision Notes: ADDS HB 581 & HB 708

 



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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
 April 13, 2022 and April 20, 2022

LEGISLATION TO BE CONSIDERED
 SB362FIELDSBANKS/BANKING - Prohibit banks from holding deposits for an excessive period. (8/1/22)
 SB460WARDCOMMERCIAL REGULATIONS - Provides relative to a statewide electric vehicle charging technology and equipment network. (gov sig) (EN NO IMPACT See Note)
 SB483CATHEYFEES/LICENSES/PERMITS - Provides relative to occupational licenses. (gov sig)
 HB81EMERSONLICENSING - Provides relative to the Occupational Licensing Review Commission
 HB240EMERSONMASSAGE THERAPISTS - Provides relative to the licensed profession of massage therapy
 HB581ST. BLANCUTILITIES - Provides relative to the Louisiana Underground Utilities and Facilities Damage Prevention Law
 HB602DAVISCONTRACTORS - Provides relative to the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors
 HB586THOMASREAL ESTATE - Provides limited authority to the Louisiana Real Estate Commission to access certain criminal history record information of licensees and applicants
 HB659STEFANSKIPRIVATE INVESTIGATORS - Provides relative to the salary of the executive director of the La. State Board of Private Investigators
 HB684DAVISAMUSEMENTS/TICKETS - Provides relative to admission tickets
 HB708MCFARLANDENERGY - Defines biomass as it relates to the Louisiana Renewable Energy Development Act
 HB714FREIBERGMANUFACTURING - Provides relative to cosmetics
 HB740MINCEYEMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS - Provides relative to the sale, transportation, and acceptance of propane and other fuels during a declared disaster or emergency
 HB830DAVISSECRETARY OF STATE - Provides for the fees for certain actions by legal entities
 HB973DAVISCORPORATIONS - Provides relative to corporations

CONSIDERATION OF ANY OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY COME BEFORE THE COMMITTEE

ADJOURNMENT
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