Senate Committee on Judiciary B
June 6, 2023
Upon Recess of the Senate
Room E


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 SR133DUPLESSISJUVENILES - Requests the Orleans Parish Juvenile Services Financing District be duly appointed by their appointing authorities and thereafter organize itself and create a plan to adequately fund juvenile justice services and requests the City of New Orleans to take urgent action to implement the plan.
 SR151DUPLESSISWEAPONS - Requests Louisiana State Police, LDH's office of behavioral health, and the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement to collaborate on best practices and model programs that address gun violence prevention and intervention.
 SR161CLOUDINDIAN AFFAIRS - Reestablishes the Task Force on State Recognition of Indian Tribes.
 SR166CLOUDJUVENILE JUSTICE - Requests the office of juvenile justice in the Department of Public Safety and Corrections to submit quarterly reports to the Senate regarding the progress and implementation of the tiered juvenile justice system established by Act No. 693 of the 2022 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature.
 SR168MIZELLJUVENILE JUSTICE - Creates the Task Force for Juvenile Justice Facility Standards.
 SR169MIZELLALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES - Requests the commissioner of the office of alcohol and tobacco control, Department of Revenue, to submit a written report concerning the sale or service of alcoholic beverages to underage persons.
 SR170DUPLESSISCRIME/PUNISHMENT - Creates a task force to study and make recommendations regarding crime against nature by solicitation.
 SCR64BARROWPUBLIC DEFENDER - Recreates the Louisiana Public Defender Optimal Funding Group to study and make recommendations regarding the feasibility of establishing an optimal funding mechanism for the Louisiana Public Defender Board.
 HCR81ECHOLSAGRICULTURE - Establishes the ArkLaMiss Timber and Bioinnovation Corridor Commission
 HCR90MOOREMILITARY AFFAIRS - Memorializes the U.S. Congress to assist with a La. pilot program for the recruitment of new members to the U.S. Army
 HCR111KERNERFEDERAL PROGRAMS - Requests FEMA to extend the temporary housing program for residents affected by Hurricane Ida
 HCR121GAINESSUCCESSIONS - Directs the La. State Law Institute to study succession proceedings and alternatives for low income families and low value properties
 HCR126STEFANSKILEGISLATION/INSTRUMENTS - Expresses intent of the legislature regarding House Bill No. 586 of the 2023 R.S.
 HB147WRIGHTPAROLE - Provides relative to the time period for disciplinary offenses prior to an offender being considered for parole (EG INCREASE GF EX See Note)
 HB151WRIGHTCORRECTIONS/PRISONERS - Provides relative to denial of parole (RE INCREASE GF EX See Note)


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