congresswoman elaine luria Still lots of work to be done, but what an honor and privilege to introduce these bills, gather bipartisan support, and get them through full committee. Proud.
Two bills focusing on medical marijuana access for military veterans are scheduled to be voted on by a congressional committee on Wednesday. The development comes one week after the house veterans’ affairs subcommittee on Health held a hearing on the legislation. One bill up for consideration would allow U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) doctors [.]
Cheyenne VA to host VA2K for Homeless Veterans support homeless veterans VA hosts VA2K Walk & Roll to encourage active lifestyle, support homeless veterans The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center will host the 9th annual VA2K Walk & Roll to encourage.
Louisiana bills would expand foster care programs, infant drop boxes – A bill sponsored by Sen. The proposal easily passed the Senate floor last week and now moves to the House floor for.
General Fund Budget Passes Senate and Goes to Conference Committee On Tuesday, the Senate amended and then passed HB152. Hospital lien bill receives Final Passage HB11, sponsored by Representative.
Two bills aimed at reforming sentences for. law that passed out of a state house committee wednesday. house bill 1518, by Rep. Pam Peterson, R-Tulsa, would give judges the authority to hand. Two – one sponsored by Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Marietta and one sponsored by Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio – have become law.
Wednesday, the Alabama House of Representatives passed a bill aimed at shaming men and women arrested of trying to hire a prostitute. house bill 262 was sponsored by State Representative Merika Coleman, D-Midfield. Coleman is the assistant House Minority Leader and a longtime member of the state’s Human Trafficking task force.
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House Bill 2604, sponsored by Rep. Fred Crespo, D-Hoffman Estates, advanced out of the House Labor and Commerce Committee on Wednesday evening. The vote was 17-8, with one voting present.
Bill limitingstate's repeat offenders' law passes out of. – By James A. Smith and hunter lovell contributing Writers (LSU Manship School News Service) – A House committee approved a bill on Tuesday that would limit Louisiana’s sentencing law for repeat offenders only to violent crimes. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Randal Gaines, D-LaPlace, is part of an effort to expand the overhaul of Louisiana’s criminal justice system that began in 2017.