House Order of the Day
June 7, 2017
10:00 am
House Chamber

Adjourned
 

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MORNING HOUR

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Reading of Journal

5. Petitions, Memorials, and Communications

6. Introduction of Resolutions

7. Introduction of Bills

8. Senate Bills on First Reading

9. Reports of Committees

REGULAR ORDER OF THE DAY

1. House and Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading for Final Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 6/7/2017
 HR178GISCLAIRWATERWAYS/NAVIGATION - Directs Louisiana Sea Grant to facilitate the study of and make recommendations for the creation of a voluntary public recreation servitude of use of waterways
 HR183P.SMITHSTUDENTS - Requests governing authorities of public schools and all nonpublic schools that participate in the voucher program to adopt policies with regard to student fees
 HR189HOFFMANNDRUGS/CONTROLLED - Urges and requests certain state universities to pursue opportunities for research on the safety and clinical efficacy of therapeutic marijuana
 HR190PRICESCHOOLS/FINANCE-MFP - Requests that the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education reconvene a Minimum Foundation Program task force to determine the actual cost of public education and identify potential funding mechanisms
 HR194P.SMITHSCHOOLS/LA MATH, SCIENCE - Requests that the board of directors of the La. School of Math, Science, and the Arts commission a bust or statue of Jimmy D. Long, Sr., for placement on campus in commemoration of his significant contributions
 HR196ARMESMILITARY AFFAIRS - Creates a committee to honor Gold Star Families
 HR199AMEDEESCHOOLS/EMPLOYEES - Requests collaboration among La. School Boards Assoc., La. Assoc. of School Superintendents, La. Federation of Teachers, La. Assoc. of Educators, and Associated Professional Educators of La. in ensuring equal access to membership in union and nonunion organizations
 HR200LEGERCRIMINAL/JUSTICE - Directs the La. State Law Institute to review criminal justice legislation enacted during the 2017 Regular Session and its consistency with other provisions of Louisiana law
 HR203ZERINGUELEVEES/BDS & DISTRICTS - Urges and requests the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority and the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East and West Bank to study the feasibility of spending funds across the various levee districts
 HR205BROADWATERWORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT - Urges and requests the Louisiana Department of Health and the Louisiana Workforce Commission to organize a special committee to develop strategies for addressing the direct support professional workforce shortage
 HCR121IVEYINFRASTRUCTURE - Requests the office of technology services to perform a risk assessment of the state's information technology infrastructure

3. House Concurrent Resolutions Returned from the Senate with Amendments

Scheduled for concurrence on 6/7/2017
 HCR26MORENOCRIMINAL/VICTIMS - Requests the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab and the Louisiana attorney general to study and make recommendations for the implementation of a tracking system relative to the status of sexual assault collection kits
 HCR64DWIGHTCORRECTIONS/PRISONERS - Requests the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, in conjunction with the Louisiana Sheriffs' Association, to study methods of oversight for inmates participating in work release programs
 HCR73ABRAHAMCRIMINAL/SENTENCING - Directs the Dept. of Public Safety and Corrections to study the use of judicial referral agency residential facilities in work release programs and as an alternative to other incarceration programs

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

Scheduled for concurrence on 6/7/2017
 HB56PRICEDISTRICTS/HOSPITAL SERVC - Provides relative to the West Ascension Parish Hospital Service District (EN DECREASE LF RV See Note)
 HB132EDMONDSBUDGETARY CONTROLS - Provides relative to the allocation of expenditures of the state operating budget (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HB210COUSSANDENTISTRY/DENTISTS - Provides for the licensure of retired volunteer dentists
 HB243HALLSCHOOLS/BUS DRIVERS - Changes "school bus driver" to "school bus operator" in Title 17
 HB249MAGEECRIMINAL/PENALTIES - Provides relative to the payment of fines, fees, costs, restitution, and other monetary obligations related to an offender's conviction (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HB304HILFERTYCRIME/RACKETEERING - Expands definition of "racketeering activity" to include armed robbery and armed robbery or attempted armed robbery committed with a firearm (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HB354THIBAUTTAX/GASOLINE TAX - (Constitutional Amendment) Provides relative to the dedication of proceeds of the tax levied on motor fuels (EN SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)
 HB395D.MILLERMENTAL HEALTH - Amends the procedures for involuntary mental health treatment
 HB403HENRYFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides for the transfer, deposit, and use of monies among state funds
 HB415LEGERCIVIL/ACTIONS - Enacts the "Allen Toussaint Legacy Act" for the purpose of creating an individual property right of identity
 HB439ZERINGUECIVIL/PROCEDURE - Provides for continuous revisions to the Code of Civil Procedure and related provisions of the Revised Statutes
 HB486JOHNSONCHILDREN/ABUSE - Provides relative to the state central registry for child abuse and neglect (RR INCREASE GF EX See Note)
 HB506JEFFERSONCHILDRENS CODE - Provides relative to juvenile records and proceedings
 HB560HUNTERCIVIL/PROCEDURE - Provides with respect to legislative continuance
 HB598ABRAMSONTRANSPORTATION - Provides for changes to the highway priority program
 HB680MARINOCHILDREN/SUPPORT - Provides relative to child support when a parent is incarcerated
 HB341D.MILLERHEALTH/BEHAVIORAL - Amends laws relative to behavioral health and mental health to provide for current practice and appropriate terminology
 HB234ZERINGUECAPITAL OUTLAY - Provides relative to the local match requirements for non-state entities applying for capital outlay funding (EG NO IMPACT GF RV See Note)

5. House Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage
 HB398GAROFALOBUDGETARY PROCEDURES - Requires the budgeted amount and authorized positions for the current year to be placed adjacent to the appropriation and authorized positions for the next year in the General Appropriation Bill and other appropriation bills (EN NO IMPACT See Note)

6. Senate Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage

7. Conference Committee Reports for Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 6/7/2017
 SB148CHABERTPORTS/HARBORS/TERMINALS - Creates the Waterway Dredging and Deepening Priorty Program. (7/1/17) (EN SEE FISC NOTE SD EX See Note)
 HB20PRICESCHOOLS - Provides relative to exemptions from the requirements for school instructional time under certain circumstances
 HB33PEARSONRETIREMENT/BDS - COMMISSIONS - Provides relative to board eligibility and legislative staff attendance at executive sessions of the boards of trustees of state and statewide retirement systems (EN NO IMPACT APV)
 HB211FOILSECRETARY OF STATE - Provides relative to business filings with the secretary of state
 HB227SHADOINCOURTS/COURT REPORTERS - Provides relative to sealing and delivering depositions
 HB423LEOPOLDENVIRONMENT/WATER - Authorizes the secretary of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality to establish and administer a water quality trading program
 HB473GAINESLAW ENFORCEMENT - Provides relative to P.O.S.T. certification of peace officers
 HB483JACKSONHEALTH/CANCER - Provides relative to disclosure of data maintained by the Louisiana Tumor Registry and for a cancer investigation initiative
 HB490LEGERDRUGS/PRESCRIPTION - Creates the Advisory Council on Heroin and Opioid Prevention and Education (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)

NOTICE GIVEN SUBJECT TO CALL

1. House and Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading for Final Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 6/7/2017
 HR133ABRAMSONENERGY - Requests the Louisiana Public Service Commission to study the CLEP battery pilot and the feasibility of implementation

2. Senate Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading Final Consideration

Scheduled for floor debate on 6/7/2017
 SCR31B.WHITELAW ENFORCEMENT - Provides for the Louisiana Law Enforcement Body Camera Implementation Task Force.

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

Scheduled for concurrence on 6/7/2017
 HB128CARMODYPUBLIC SERVICE COMN - Provides relative to regulations imposed by the Louisiana Public Service Commission on household goods carriers

RETURNED TO THE CALENDAR

Morning Hour

13. Senate Bills on Second Reading to be Referred to Committee
 SB31MORRELLTAX/SALES - Includes certain numismatic coins in the definition of tangible personal property subject to sales and use tax. (7/1/17) (EG INCREASE GF RV See Note)

16. House Bills and Second Reading Reported by Committee
 HB448ABRAMSONTAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION - (Constitutional Amendment) Establishes eligibility requirements for the exemption for property owned or leased by a nonprofit organization in Orleans Parish, authorizes adjustment of the status and extent of the exemption by the Orleans Parish governing authority, and requires downward adjustment of all affected millages to prevent any resulting increase in the amount of taxes collected (RE SEE FISC NOTE LF RV See Note)

Regular Order

1. House and House Concurrent Resolutions Third Reading for Final Consideration
 HR74HENRYHOUSE/RULES - Requires legislative instruments with a fiscal cost of one hundred thousand dollars or more to be recommitted to the House Committee on Appropriations
 HCR4IVEYBUDGETARY CONTROLS - Reduces the expenditure limit for FY 2017-2018 (OR SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HCR30MCFARLANDCORRECTIONS - Directs the secretary of the Dept. of Public Safety and Corrections to determine the feasibility and potential savings of privatizing correctional facilities and using the savings for programs for state offenders housed at local facilities
 HCR93S.BISHOPBOATS/SHIPS/VESSELS - Requests the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission to adopt rules requiring kayak fishermen to display a safety flag

4. House Bills Amended by Senate to be Concurred in by the House
 HB402HAVARDMENTAL HEALTH - Provides for licensure and regulation of community-based care facilities (EN INCREASE GF EX See Note)

5. House Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage
 HB3ABRAMSONCAPITAL OUTLAY - Provides for the Omnibus Bond Act
 HB8ABRAHAMRETIREMENT/FIREFIGHTERS - Provides relative to membership restrictions of the Firefighters' Retirement System (EG DECREASE APV)
 HB69HALLDISTRICTS/ECONOMIC DEVEL - Provides relative to the governing board of the Alexandria Central Economic Development District
 HB74MARCELLECHILDRENS CODE - Provides relative to disposition of children after adjudication of certain felony-grade delinquent acts
 HB99CARPENTERCOURTS - Provides for fees in certain civil matters (EG INCREASE LF RV See Note)
 HB105MAGEECRIME - Provides relative to the crime of improper supervision of a minor with respect to off-road vehicles and golf carts (EG SEE FISC NOTE LF RV See Note)
 HB123M.WHITEFAMILY LAW - Amends provisions of law regarding divorce
 HB153BROADWATERTAX/CORP INCOME - Provides relative to the net operating loss deduction from corporate income tax (EG -$146,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB180CARMODYTAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION - (Constitutional Amendment) Provides with respect to the ad valorem property tax exemption for certain manufacturers (EG SEE FISC NOTE LF RV See Note)
 HB186BAGLEYWEAPONS/HANDGUNS - Provides an exception to the crime of illegal carrying of weapons for certain first responders
 HB206CARMODYTAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION - Provides with respect to the ad valorem tax exemption for certain property of manufacturing establishments (EG SEE FISC NOTE LF RV See Note)
 HB236SHADOINFUNDS/FUNDING - (Constitutional Amendment) Eliminates certain constitutional dedication of revenue and certain treasury funds (RE +$49,265,454 GF RV See Note)
 HB312STOKESTAX/INCOME-CREDIT - Repeals the three-year sunset of certain eligibility provisions for the tax credit for taxes paid to other states and authorizes the credit for certain individual partners or members of entities (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF RV See Note)
 HB326MACKCOSMETOLOGY/BOARD - Provides relative to fees imposed by the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology (EG +$370,710 SG RV See Note)
 HB355IVEYTAX - Provides for the comprehensive revision of the tax code and tax incentives (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF RV See Note)
 HB357IVEYTAX/CORP INCOME - Repeals the state income tax deduction for federal income taxes paid for purposes of calculating corporate income tax (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF RV)
 HB358IVEYTAX/INCOME TAX - Eliminates the deductibility of federal income taxes paid for purposes of calculating state individual income tax liability (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF RV)
 HB361IVEYTAX/CORP FRANCHISE - Phases-out the corporation franchise tax beginning January 1, 2019 (EG -$416,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB362IVEYTAX CREDITS - Provides with respect to income and corporation franchise tax credits (EG INCREASE GF RV See Note)
 HB363IVEYTAX/CORP INCOME - Caps the amount of losses a taxpayer may claim on certain tax returns for the net operating loss deduction and repeals the deduction for certain wage expenses (EG +$14,500,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB364IVEYTAX/SEVERANCE TAX - Provides with respect to the rate and base for the state tax on certain natural resources severed from the soil or water (EG -$89,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB368IVEYTAX/AD VALOREM TAX - Provides for the classification of and applicable fair market value percentages for property subject to ad valorem taxation (EG NO IMPACT LF RV See Note)
 HB411JAMESTAX/SALES-USE, ST-EXEMPT - Provides for effectiveness and applicability of the state sales and use tax exemption for purchases and leases by qualifying radiation therapy treatment centers (EG +$173,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB413LEGERINDIGENT DEFENSE - Provides relative to the funding of public defenders (EG -$9,813,259 GF RV See Note)
 HB414LEGERFEES/LICENSES/PERMITS - Revises license fee amounts for facilities and providers licensed by the La. Department of Health (EG +$265,060 SG RV See Note)
 HB456ABRAMSONCONSTITUTION/CONVENTION - Provides for calling a limited constitutional convention and preparations therefor (RE INCREASE GF EX See Note)
 HB528BROADWATERHIGHER EDUCATION - Provides relative to the outcomes-based funding formula for public postsecondary education (RE SEE FISC NOTE GF EX)
 HB603FALCONERMOTOR VEHICLES - Increases charges collected by public license tag agents (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HB631JAY MORRISTAX CREDITS - Provides relative to the cap on the amount of motion picture production tax credits paid each year (EG SEE FISC NOTE GF RV See Note)
 HB632S.CARTERTAX/GASOLINE TAX - Creates an additional tax on motor fuels and requires the tax on gasoline, diesel fuels, and special fuels to be adjusted annually in accordance with the Consumer Price Index (EG +$551,600,000 SD RV See Note)
 HB635IVEYTAX/SALES-USE-EXEMPT - Provides with respect to sales tax holidays (EG -$645,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB645G.CARTERTAX CREDITS - Establishes a tax credit pilot program for certain Louisiana-based manufacturing industries (EG DECREASE GF RV See Note)
 HB653BROADWATERTAX/CORP INCOME - Provides relative to corporate income tax deductions (EG +$16,500,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB668STOKESTAX/SALES & USE - Extends the applicability of certain sales and use tax exemptions to local sales and use taxes (EG -$39,300,000 LF RV See Note)
 HB690HUNTERHEALTH CARE - Requires adoption of administrative rules relative to continuity of patient care for certain publicly funded healthcare facilities and providers

6. Senate Bills on Third Reading and Final Passage
 SB10MILLSMUNICIPALITIES - Authorizes the St. Martin Parish Assessment District to provide for an automobile expense allowance for the assessor. (gov sig) (EG SEE FISC NOTE LF EX)
 SB57CORTEZFUNDS/FUNDING - Constitutional amendment to remove authority to fund state police for traffic control from the Transportation Trust Fund. (2/3 - CA13s1(A)) (RE NO IMPACT SD EX See Note)

INSTRUMENTS PENDING IN CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

Not yet scheduled for floor debate
 HB1HENRYAPPROPRIATIONS - Provides for the ordinary operating expenses of state government for Fiscal Year 2017-2018
 HB2ABRAMSONCAPITAL OUTLAY - Provides for the comprehensive Capital Outlay budget
 HB26BARRASPROPERTY/PUBLIC - Authorizes the transfer of certain property near Spanish Lake in Iberia Parish
 HB57PRICEDISTRICTS/RECREATION - Authorizes West Ascension Recreation Facilities District No. 1 to levy a sales tax (REF INCREASE LF EX See Note)
 HB64HENRYAPPROPRIATIONS/ANCILLARY - Provides for the ancillary expenses of state government
 HB83MARINOCRIMINAL/PROCEDURE - Authorizes an incarcerated defendant to appear at certain proceedings by way of simultaneous audio-visual transmission (EN DECREASE GF EX See Note)
 HB162SHADOINCRIME/FELONIES - Prohibits the filing of a false lien against state officers and state employees (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)
 HB187CROMERTAX CREDITS - Terminates the solar energy systems tax credit and provides relative to the payment of claims for the tax credit for purchased systems (EN -$15,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB231THIBAUTETHICS/CODE - Allows the immediate family member of a mayor or governing authority member of a municipality with a population of five thousand or less or a legal entity in which the family member has an interest to enter into a transaction with the municipality subject to certain conditions
 HB244HILFERTYEVIDENCE - Allows certain business records to be self-authenticated
 HB293AMEDEEDISTRICT ATTORNEYS - Provides relative to the limitation of liability of the state (RE2 SEE FISC NOTE GF EX)
 HB324PIERRERAILROADS - Adds on track equipment as a railway vehicle considered for certain railroad crossing requirements
 HB327SCHEXNAYDERCOURTS/DISTRICT - Establishes the Ascension Parish Courthouse Fund for the construction of a new courthouse for the Twenty-Third Judicial District Court and the Ascension Parish Court (EN +$1,985,370 LF RV See Note)
 HB425MAGEETAX CREDITS - Removes the restriction against taxes paid under protest concerning claims for the ad valorem tax credit for certain offshore vessels (RE1 SEE FISC NOTE See Note)
 HB466CHANEYAGRICULTURE - Provides relative to animal control
 HB557SEABAUGHCHILDREN/CARE - Provides for criminal background checks relative to early learning centers, school employees, registered family child care providers and in-home providers (EN INCREASE SG EX See Note)
 HB616THOMASSTUDENT/ASSESSMENT - Provides relative to time requirements and responsibilities of public school governing authorities with regard to student assessments
 HB625HENRYAPPROPRIATIONS/SUPPLEML - Makes supplemental appropriations for Fiscal Year 2016-2017
 HB629ANDERSTAX/SALES-USE, ST-EXEMPT - Adds certain polyroll tubing to the definition of farm equipment for purposes of the state sales and use tax exemption for certain farm equipment (EN -$690,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB646LEGERTAX CREDITS - Provides for changes to the sound recording investor tax credit and provides for the amount of the expenditure verification report fee and deposit (EN DECREASE GF RV See Note)
 HB651BROADWATERTAX/CORP INCOME - Provides relative to corporate income tax credits (REF +$12,500,000 GF RV See Note)
 HB689MARCELLEWATER/RESOURCES - Requires semiannual ground water reporting and parliamentary procedures for certain ground water conservation districts and regional bodies.
 SB16CLAITORJUVENILE JUSTICE - Provides relative to certain juveniles sentenced to life without parole. (gov sig)
 SB60WALSWORTHROADS/HIGHWAYS - Designates portions of certain state highways in memory of certain police officers. (8/1/17) (EN +$4,400 SG EX See Note)
 SB79LUNEAUTAX/TAXATION - Removes the June 30, 2018, sunset provision and makes permanent reductions to certain income and corporation franchise tax credits. (gov sig) (EN +$12,500,000 GF RV See Note)
 SB86PERRYPARISHES - Permits the governing authorities of certain parishes to employ their own attorneys to represent them generally. (gov sig)
 SB172MORRELLTAX/TAXATION - Terminates certain tax credits as of January 1, 2019. (gov sig) (EN +$27,000,000 GF RV See Note)
 SB213G.SMITHDISTRICT ATTORNEYS - Provides relative to health insurance for certain retired district attorneys. (8/1/17)
 SB223RISERFUNDS/FUNDING - Prohibits investment fund managers from investing the state's special funds monies in companies and in nations that support terrorism. (7/1/17) (REF NO IMPACT See Note)
 SB249CHABERTFUNDS/FUNDING - Provides for the disbursement of certain revenue from the Coastal Protection and Restoration Fund for hurricane protection purposes. (EN NO IMPACT See Note)