Louisiana State House 2013 Session – HCR 21-30

by Courtney C Horne @FireezDragon

More summaries of the Louisiana 2013 Session House Concurrent Resolutions.

Covering House Concurrent Resolutions 21-30.

House Concurrent Resolution 21 (HCR21)- (Talbot)  Directs the attorney general to review and report on e laws relative to lobbying by public servants and the use of public funds for lobbying, public relations, and related purposes.

House Concurrent Resolution 22 (HCR22)– (St Germain) Approves the Atchafalaya Basin Annual Plan for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year. (as presented by the secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and adopted by the Atchafalaya Basin Research and Promotion Board and the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority)

House Concurrent Resolution 23 (HCR23)- (Pugh) Asks the US govt to take immediately take all appropriate steps towards a united Ireland as envisioned and called for in the Good Friday Agreement. 

House Concurrent Resolution 24 (HCR24)– (Pugh) Recognizes Apr. 9, 2013, as Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival Day. (Pugh’s district office is in Ponchatoula.)

House Concurrent Resolution 25 (HCR25)- (Pugh) Recognizes Thurs., May 9, 2013, as Elmer’s Candy Day. (like Pugh, Elmer’s candy is connected to Ponchatoula) – I may do an Elmer’s Candy review on May 9th…

House Concurrent Resolution 26 (HCR26)– (Moreno) Recognizes Saturday, May 4, 2013, as Lemonade Day Louisiana.  – Unlike the candy day, it’s not a day to celebrate lemonade, rather it is a program teaching kids about running businesses through the lens of a lemonade stand.

House Concurrent Resolution 27 (HCR27)– (Leger)  Commends the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for its efforts to establishing successful, replicable juvenile justice reform models and thanks the foundation for investing in La. juvenile justice system reform.

House Concurrent Resolution 28 (HCR28)– (Leger) Commends Irene Olivia Reed on her 105th birthday (March 15th). My historical aside- She was 12 years old when women got the right to vote in the US.

House Concurrent Resolution 29 (HCR29)- (Mack) Requires BESE to look into requiring training for teachers and other school employees pertaining to armed intruders.

House Concurrent Resolution 30 (HCR30)– (Carter) Requires BESE to study the possibility of using a residential charter school model in Louisiana.