House convenes at 9:00 a.m.

Senate convenes again Monday, 3:00 p.m.

HOUSE COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Agriculture. At adjournment in Committee Room 3. Agenda includes:

HB406 Provides for placement of warning signs on ethanol gas pumps.

HB590 Provides an agricultural initiative for veterans.

SB168 Provides for the merger of the Feed, Fertilizer, and Agricultural Liming Commission and the Seed Commission and creates the Agricultural Chemistry and Seed Commission.

SB187 Provides relative to veterinarians and the Prescription Monitoring Program.

Judiciary. At adjournment in Committee Room 1. Agenda includes:

HB117 Authorizes the 11th JDC to provide for a reentry division of court.

HB225 Provides citations issued by the weights and standards police force or state police for violations of weight, size, or load violations while in Sabine Parish shall be disposed of as traffic citations by courts in Sabine Parish.

HB244 Provides with respect to release of personal information of law enforcement officers.

HB513 Provides for an increase in certain fees for the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court.

HB515 Authorizes a State Tax Court.

HB585 Establishes a Tax Court for adjudication of tax matters.

HB641 Provides relative to tobacco enforcement.

Labor & Industrial Relations. At adjournment in Committee Room 5. Agenda includes:

HB450 Provides with respect to the medical treatment schedule.

HB453 Creates the Equal Pay for Women Act.

HB464 Repeals the prohibition of the receipt of workers’ compensation benefits while incarcerated.

HB606 Provides with respect to Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Law.

Municipal, Parochial & Cultural Affairs. At adjournment in Committee Room 6. Agenda includes:

HB179 Authorizes the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau to levy an additional hotel occupancy tax within the jurisdiction of the bureau.

HB197 Provides relative to fiscal administrators for political subdivisions, including appointment, powers and duties, and criminal penalties for violations of law relative to public administrators.

HB217 Requires voter approval prior to the imposition of civil fines for traffic violations based on evidence captured by automated traffic enforcement systems.

HB290 Provides relative to ad valorem taxes for fire and police protection in Orleans Parish.

HB327 Provides relative to the powers and duties of the Algiers Development District.

HB399 Provides relative to the offices of state examiner and deputy state examiner of the municipal fire and police civil service.

HB550 Creates the My Safe Louisiana Home Program within the Louisiana Housing Corporation and provides for funding of the program.

HB657 Requires New Orleans Dept. of Safety and Permits to make permits and other information available on the Internet.

HB663 Provides relative to certain employment lists established and maintained by the municipal fire and police civil service board and provides for the removal of employees during the working test period.

HB706 Provides relative to the levy of an additional sales and use tax within the city of Shreveport.

SB237 Provides for legislation relative to the BioDistrict New Orleans’ board general powers.

Retirement. At adjournment in Committee Room 4. Agenda includes:

HB40 Provides for the rate of judicial interest for delinquent payments owed to the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB41 Provides relative to the board of trustees of the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB42 Provides for a final average compensation for members of the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB43 Provides relative to the payment of unfunded accrued liability associated with privatized jobs in local public school systems.

HB49 Provides relative to the board of trustees of the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB50 Provides relative to employee contributions in the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB51 Provides relative to the computation of benefits in the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB52 Provides relative to the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans.

HB55 Provides generally relative to the Harbor Police Retirement System in the city of New Orleans.

HB57 Provides relative to the actuarial liabilities of state retirement systems.

HB64 Provides for payment of the unfunded accrued liability of the Firefighters’ Pension and Relief Fund in the city of New Orleans by application of increased employee contributions.

HB68 Provides relative to the retirement of persons employed in state government positions on or after July 1, 2013.

SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Finance. 9:00 a.m. in Committee Room A. Agenda includes: Overview and discussion of FY 13-14 budget for following: Coastal Protection & Restoration Authority; DOTD, DCFS, DNR; DOR; DPSC

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