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Passed Louisiana Gun Law HB142

  this is an pro-gun bill
Legislation Overview

Title: Provides with respect to eligibility requirement for concealed carry permits

Subject: WEAPONS/FIREARMS

Description: Provides with respect to eligibility requirement for concealed carry permits

Session: 2016 Regular Session

Last Action: Effective date: 08/01/2016.

Last Action Date: May 26, 2016

Sponsors

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42 sponsors: Blake Miguez; Bryan Adams; Beryl Amedee; James Armes; Tony Bacala;Lawrence Bagley;Taylor Barras; John Berthelot; Stuart Bishop; Chad Brown; Stephen Carter; Patrick Connick; Jean-paul Coussan; George Cromer; Paula Davis; Phillip DeVillier;Rick Edmonds; Reid Falconer;Raymond Garofalo; Jerry Gisclair; John Guinn; Kenneth Havard; Dorothy Hill; Dodie Horton; Frank Howard; Marcus Hunter; Barry Ivey; Mike Johnson; Joseph Lopinto; Tanner Magee; Jack McFarland;Steve Pylant; Eugene Reynolds; Jerome Richard; Clay Schexnayder; John Schroder; Alan Seabaugh; Robert Shadoin; Julie Stokes; Malinda White;Thomas Willmott; Jerome Zeringue

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 40% (42 of 105)

History
Chamber Date Action
House May 26, 2016 Signed by the Governor. Becomes Act No. 212.
House May 26, 2016 Effective date: 08/01/2016.
House May 19, 2016 Sent to the Governor for executive approval.
Senate May 19, 2016 Signed by the President of the Senate.
House May 18, 2016 Enrolled and signed by the Speaker of the House.
House May 17, 2016 Read by title, roll called, yeas 94, nays 0, Senate amendments concurred in.
House May 13, 2016 Scheduled for floor debate on 05/17/2016.
Senate May 10, 2016 The amended bill was read by title, passed by a vote of 30 yeas and 4 nays, and ordered returned to the House. Motion to reconsider tabled.
House May 10, 2016 Received from the Senate with amendments.
Senate May 5, 2016 Reported without Legislative Bureau amendments. Read by title and passed to third reading and final passage.
Senate May 4, 2016 Committee amendments read and adopted. Read by title and referred to the Legislative Bureau.
Senate May 3, 2016 Reported with amendments.
Senate Apr 20, 2016 Read second time by title and referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.
Senate Apr 19, 2016 Received in the Senate. Read first time by title and placed on the Calendar for a second reading.
House Apr 18, 2016 Read third time by title, amended, roll called on final passage, yeas 95, nays 0. Finally passed, title adopted, ordered to the Senate.
House Apr 14, 2016 Scheduled for floor debate on 04/18/2016.
House Apr 11, 2016 Read by title, amended, ordered engrossed, passed to 3rd reading.
House Apr 7, 2016 Reported with amendments (12-0).
House Mar 14, 2016 Read by title, under the rules, referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.
House Feb 26, 2016 First appeared in the Interim Calendar on 2/26/2016.
House Feb 23, 2016 Under the rules, provisionally referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.
House Feb 23, 2016 Prefiled.
Texts
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Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes - Click on description to view vote roll call

House Vote on HB 142 FINAL PASSAGE (#332)

Senate Vote on HB 142 FINAL PASSAGE (#701)

House Vote on HB 142 CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENTS (#822)

Link: link to state bill page

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