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HB1136 2001 Regular Session(Act 523) Allows sale of property taken by Reservoir
District to be sold to Third party without offering it back to original owner

Author: THOMPSON

Status:SIGNED BY THE    GOVERNOR ACT 523
Updated: 6/21/2001

Summary: PROPERTY: Provides relative to the sale of property by certain political subdivisions                                 


HB1229 - 2003 Regular Session May profit and use state money to do it. See 2312 H Commerce & Industry Mike Thompson is on this board

Author: THOMPSON

Status:SUBJECT TO CALL  HOUSE REFERRAL
Updated: 3/28/2003

Summary: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Allows retirement communities and developers to benefit from existing economic development programs


HB1612 - 2001 Regular Session (Act 996)
Economic development, Expropriate & Sell Property taken Commerce & industry, tourism. Mike Thompson on this board.

Author: THOMPSON

Status: SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 996

Updated: 6/27/2001

Summary: DISTRICTS/ECONOMIC DEVEL: Authorizes two or more municipalities in certain parishes to create economic development districts (EN INCREASE LF RV See Note)


HB84 - 2002 Regular Session (Act 57) Tax Exempt Under Board of Commerce and Industry per Mike Thompson

Author: THOMPSON

Status: SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR ACT 57Updated: 6/25/2002

Summary: TAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION: Authorizes the State Board of Commerce and Industry to enter into ad valorem tax exemption contracts for development of retirement communities (EN DECREASE LF RV See Note)


HB68 - 2002 Regular Session (Act 89)

Author: THOMPSON  Retirement exempt tax  per   Mike Thompson

Status:
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE
Updated: 6/19/2002

Summary: TAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION: (Constitutional Amendment) Authorizes the State Board of Commerce and Industry to contract with developers of retirement communities for exemptions from ad valorem taxation (EN DECREASE LF RV See Note)


HB93 - 2002 Regular Session Retirement Tax exempt on building, and equipment, etc,
may later sell to someone not of retirement age Under 55,  per Mike Thompson on Board

Author: THOMPSON

Status:ASSIGNED TO HOUSE WAYS & MEANS

Updated: 4/29/2002

Summary: TAX/AD VALOREM-EXEMPTION: Authorizes the State Board of Commerce and Industry to enter into ad valorem tax exemption and sales and use tax rebate contracts for development of retirement communities (OR DECREASE GF RV See Note)


HB1302 - 2003 Regular Session

Author: THOMPSON

Status: ASSIGNED TO HOUSE MUNICIPAL & PAROCHIAL AFFAIRS
Updated: 3/28/2003

Summary: LOCAL FINANCE/INVESTMENT: Removes provisions authorizing all political subdivisions to invest funds in commercial paper of U. S. corporations


HB1734 - 2003 Regular Session

Author: THOMPSON

Status: ASSIGNED TO HOUSE MUNICIPAL & PAROCHIAL AFFAIRS
Updated: 3/28/2003

Summary: FUNDS/INVESTMENTS: Provides requirements for entities which accept funds for investment from certain political subdivisions


HB666 - 2003 Regular Session    Allows Expropriation by levee districts
Author: THOMPSON

Status: SUBJECT TO CALL HOUSE FINAL PASSAGE
Updated: 6/3/2003

Summary: PROPERTY: (Constitution Amendment) Requires authorization, either express, legal, or implied, to enter upon or remain upon the private property of another, whether movable or immovable


HCR60 - 2003 Regular Session
May provide Violation of biding law to select Denmon Engineering

Author: THOMPSON

Status:  FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE
Updated: 5/15/2003

Summary: TRANSPORTATION DEPT: Urge and request the Department of Transportation and Development to promulgate rules and regulations regarding bidding on contracts

WHEREAS, the privilege of transacting business with the Dept of Transportation and Development
should be denied to persons or firms if such denial is fairly determined by the department to be in the best interest of the public.

House Bill 1351 Act 1080 2001 by Thompson Transfer Poverty Point Property to Dept of Culture, Recreation & Tourism

Author: THOMPSON

Status:  ACT 1080

Summary: Transfer Poverty Point Property to Dept of Culture, Recreation & Tourism

SB379 - 2004 Regular Session

Author: NEVERS     Legislative Audit Advisory Council

Status:WITHDRAWN FROM THE FILES OF THE SENATE Updated: 8/31/2004 9:39:14 AM

Summary: LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES: Removes authority of legislative auditor to perform an audit on a quasi public body which is subject to open meetings law and partially funded with public monies. (gov sig) (OR NO IMPACT See Note)


SB380 - 2004 Regular Session

Author: NEVERS   Legislative Audit Advisory Council

Status: WITHDRAWN FROM THE FILES OF THE SENATE

Updated: 8/31/2004 9:39:14 AM

Summary: LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES: Removes authority of legislative auditor to perform an audit on a quasi public body which is subject to open meetings law and partially funded with public monies or a voluntary membership organization. (gov sig) (OR NO IMPACT See Note)


HB489 - 2004 Regular Session

Author: RITCHIE

Status:ASSIGNED TO HOUSE & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Considered on 5/12/2004   Updated: 4/12/2004 2:30:31 PM

Summary: LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR: Removes provisions to the audit authority of the legislative auditor and provides that the legislative auditor has no authority to audit organizations, corporations, or associations whose membership is voluntary (OR NO IMPACT See Note)


HB490 - 2004 Regular Session (Act 508) Changed to apply to Schools see date

Author: RITCHIE

Status:SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR
ACT 508
Updated: 9/1/2004 9:10:18 PM

Summary: LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR: Removes provisions relative to the audit authority of the legislative auditor to audit certain organizations subject to the open meetings laws whose income is derived from a public agency or body (EN NO IMPACT See Note)