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Regina Barrow's Selected Sponsorships

Office: State House (LA) - District 29, Democratic
On The Ballot: Announced, Democratic for State Senate - District 15

Selected Sponsorships

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 13, 2015 HB 149 Reduces Penalties for Marijuana Possesion House Co-sponsor
March 10, 2014 HB 388 Requires Abortion Providers to Have Hospital Admitting Privileges House Co-sponsor
April 8, 2013 SB 153 Requires Equal Pay for State Employees Senate Co-sponsor
April 3, 2012 SB 708 Amends Abortion Requirements Senate Co-sponsor
March 1, 2012 HB 695 Prohibits the Use of Phones While Driving House Co-sponsor
Feb. 29, 2012 HB 543 Parole Eligibility for Nonviolent Offenders House Co-sponsor
April 20, 2010 HB 1410 None House Co-sponsor
April 20, 2010 HB 1443 Establishing Requirements for Contracts entered into by the Department of Health and Hospitals House Co-sponsor
March 29, 2010 SB 407 Removing Record Check Fee for Class D and E Drivers Licenses Senate Co-sponsor
March 29, 2010 SB 528 Requiring an Ultrasound for an Abortion Senate Co-sponsor
March 15, 2010 HB 519 Limiting "Retire-Rehire" Benefits in Public Schools House Co-sponsor
March 8, 2010 HB 195 Modifications of Conditions for Granting Parole to Inmates House Co-sponsor
May 6, 2009 HB 877 Bluebonnet-Perkins Conference Hotel Taxing District House Co-sponsor
May 6, 2009 HB 889 Tobacco Tax Increase House Co-sponsor
March 31, 2009 HB 146 Cell Phones While Driving House Co-sponsor
April 22, 2008 SB 733 Supplemental Science Teaching Materials Senate Co-sponsor
March 21, 2008 HB 852 Banning Cell Phones While Driving House Co-sponsor
March 19, 2008 HB 370 Banning Public Funds for Human Cloning House Co-sponsor
March 10, 2006 SB 33 Prohibits Abortion Except When Necessary to Save the Life of the Woman Senate Co-sponsor

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