BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Governor Bobby Jindal has signed the following Senate bills into law:
SB 2 by Sen. Peacock: Relates to the Municipal Employees' Retirement System.
SB 6 by Sen. Allain: Relates to the crime of unauthorized entry of a place of business.
SB 8 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to manual labor for churches and other religious buildings.
SB 23 by Sen. Peacock: Relates to new or relocated motorcycle or all-terrain vehicle dealerships.
SB 32 by Sen. Crowe: Assists in identifying rehabilitative resources available to veteran offenders at sentencing.
SB 33 by Sen. Brown: Relates to the Department of Insurance.
SB 35 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates to reporting by the Department of Health and Hospitals.
SB 36 by Sen. Heitmeier: Relates to smoking policies on campuses.
SB 39 by Sen. Long: Relates to nonexclusive geophysical permits.
SB 43 by Sen. White: Technical revision relative to the crime of manufacture and possession of a bomb.
SB 53 by Sen. Erdey: Increases the continuing education requirements from six to twelve hours of approved instruction for title insurance producers.
SB 55 by Sen. Johns: Relates to reporting by the Department of Health and Hospitals.
SB 57 by Sen. Dorsey-Colomb: Creates the Louisiana Sickle Cell Commission.
SB 60 by Sen. Adley: Cracks down on individuals or entites posing as veterans or veteran-owned businesses to receive special benefits or privileges afforded to veterans.
SB 62 by Sen. Murray: Relates to small tutorship procedures.
SB 65 by Sen. Murray: Relates to the New Orleans Aviation Board.
SB 72 by Sen. Thompson and Rep. Burns: Helps protect grieving families of veterans by creating a buffer zone that prohibits the disruption or obstruction of a funeral procession, funeral or burial.
SB 77 by Sen. Crowe: Expands the jurisdiction of the Louisiana International Deep Water Gulf Transfer Terminal Authority.
SB 81 by Sen. Peacock: Relates to registration requirement for home improvement contractors.
SB 85 by Sen. Johns: Relates to the Sabine River Authority.
SB 99 by Sen. Morrish: Relates to the chief of police for the Town of Welsh.
SB 103 by Sen. White: Relates to hardship driver's licenses.
SB 116 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to the sale of alcohol in restaurants.
SB 120 by Sen. Walsworth: Extends the commissioner's authority to grant reinsurance credits to captive insurers.
SB 131 by Sen. J. Smith: Relates to the sale of certain scrap metal.
SB 136 by Sen. Chabert: Relates to dealer charge back for rebate paid for certain unauthorized acts.
SB 141 by Sen. Brown: Relates to fuel sales.
SB 144 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to certain sales tax exemption certificates.
SB 147 by Sen. Erdey: Prohibits any device from being used to access, read, or post to a social networking site while operating a motor vehicle.
SB 151 by Sen. Guillory: Designates portion of LA 741 in St. Landry Parish as the "Hadley J. Castille-Pecanaire Highway."
SB 159 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to certain employment by the city of New Orleans.
SB 161 by Sen. Chabert: Clarifies annual limit on certain work performed by a public entity with its own employees and resources.
SB 168 by Sen. Thompson: Provides for the merger of the Feed, Fertilizer, and Agricultural Liming Commission and the Seed Commission and creates the Agricultural Chemistry and Seed Commission.
SB 170 by Sen. Donahue: Relates to state property in St. Tammany Parish.
SB 180 by Sen. Erdey: Relates to the Department of Insurance.
SB 186 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to the Grant Parish Economic and Industrial Development District.
SB 187 by Sen. Thompson: Relates to veterinarians and the Prescription Monitoring Program.
SB 190 by Sen. Gallot: Clarifies the transfer of items and accounts at banks, credit unions, and mutual associations when the account holder is deceased.
SB 191 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to elections and qualifying periods in Orleans Parish.
SB 195 by Sen. Gallot: Relates to the Grant Economic Development District.
SB 196 by Sen. Donahue: Relates to annual reporting to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget.
SB 201 by Sen. Mills: Authorizes "I'm a Cajun" on driver's license and identification cards.
SB 209 by Sen. LaFleur: Relates to the Evangeline-Ville Platte Recreation District.
SB 210 by Sen. Murray: Relates to paper documents relative to the Sewage and Water Board of News Orleans.
SB 213 by Sen. Morrell: Relates to the New Orleans Police Department.
SB 216 by Sen. Walsworth: Relates to certain state property in Ouachita and Iberville Parishes.
SB 217 by Sen. G. Smith: Prohibits the transport of hazardous materials on the portion of La. Hwy. 48 designated as Apple Street in Norco.
SB 220 by Sens. Walsworth and Ward: Codifies exisiting regulations to provide for assistance with educational needs for adopted children, grant subsidies to assist families with adoption costs and expedite the judicial process in adoption proceedings
SB 223 by Sen. Mills: Relates to the Coastal Port Advisory Authority.
SB 229 by Sen. Broome: Provides that the Louisiana Education Quality Trust Fund shall be known as the "Kevin P. Reilly, Sr. Louisiana Education Quality Trust Fund."
SB 237 by Sen. Peterson: Relates to BioDistrict New Orleans Board subdistricts and boundaries.
SB 238 by Sen. Chabert: Relates to the Leeville Fishing Village and Cultural Preservation Commission.
SB 239 by Sen. Ward: Relates to the West Baton Rouge Parish Fire Protection District No. 1.
SB 243 by Sen. Perry: Relates to the Vermilion Parish Tourist Commission.
SB 247 by Sen. Nevers: Relates to certain parishes and school boards.
SB 250 by Sen. Morrell: Allows for donations from personal income tax for the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc. through a checkoff box on state income tax returns.