The “Bulletproof Backpack” bill is on its way to the governor’s desk.
Posted on 5/16/2018 2:10:00 PM.
A bill allowing students at public schools to wear backpacks with bullet proof material in them is on its way to the governor’s desk. The bill was inspired by the tragic deaths of 17 people during the Parkland school shooting. Lafayette Representative Nancy Landry says the backpacks would provide parents and students with peace of mind.
 
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Bill would crack down on campus hazing
Posted on 2/15/2018 12:19:00 PM.

Lafayette Representative Nancy Landry is proposing a bill that would substantially increase legal penalties for campus hazing related incidents, in response to the 2017 death of LSU student Maxwell Gruver. Hazing is currently covered by education statues, and not criminal statues, and carries a fine of 100 dollars or less, plus a possible 30 days in jail. Landry’s bill would change that.
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Legislature sends stripper age limit law to the Governor
Posted on 5/24/2016 6:01:00 AM.

The bill that increases the minimum age for strippers to 21-years-old heads to Governor John Bel Edwards’ desk to be signed into law after the Senate gave final approval. Lake Charles Sen. Ronnie Johns, says he’s authored the bill as a way to combat human trafficking and he’s been working with the Department of Children and Family Services on this issue.
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TOPS students could start paying for a portion of their tuition
Posted on 5/3/2016 8:48:00 AM.
Legislation is heading to the governor's desk that curbs the cost of the TOPS scholarship program and it will likely mean recipients will have to pay a portion of their tuition. Lafayette Representative Nancy Landry says the bill locks the TOPS payment rate at next year's tuition level, but it will not automatically go up if tuition at that college rises.
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Legislation allowing an immediate divorce in domestic abuse cases heads to the House floor
Posted on 5/5/2014 2:34:00 PM.
A measure that would allow judges to grant an immediate divorce in cases where a spouse or child is a victim of domestic abuse is approved by the House Civil Law committee. The bill, which has already passed the Senate, now heads to the House floor. Kim Sport, chairperson of the United Way public policy committee is a supporter of the legislation. 
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