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2014 Legislative Session WRAP (updated)

2014 Legislative Session WRAP (updated)

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Visual Summary of 2014 Regular Legislative Session prepared by House Legislative Services. Note: Updated Version 4 - revised 6.30.14, Final update after all vetoes.
Visual Summary of 2014 Regular Legislative Session prepared by House Legislative Services. Note: Updated Version 4 - revised 6.30.14, Final update after all vetoes.

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Session convened March 10
th
, 2014.
A “general” session; however, no
matters involving state taxes or tax credits could be heard.
185 House Committee meetings.
48 days of House Floor proceedings.
Session adjourned on June 2
nd
, 2014.
2014 was “General”,
Regular Session
1,969 Total Bills Filed: House filed 1,284 bills Senate filed 685 bills
854 Total Resolutions and Study Requests Filed
57 Constitutional Amendments filed
In addition to the 6 proposed constitutional amendments adopted this session, an additional 8 from the 2013 Regular Session will be submitted for voter approval in Nov. 2014
.
House and Senate Instruments
by HLS, Louisiana House of Representatives
 
 Appropriation Bills
The General Appropriation Bill, HB 1 by Rep. Jim Fannin, contains $24.6B for the ordinary operating expenditures of the executive branch for FY 14-15.
When added to all other forms, including appropriations for the operation of the judiciary and legislature, money judgments, and ancillary funding, the total amount of appropriations for FY 14-15 is $28.3B.
$24.6B General Appropriation Bill
$9.9B in federal funds
$8.2B in state general funds
$1.1B interagency transfers
$2.4B in fees and self-generated revenues
$2.9B in statutory dedications
Additional Funding Added by the Legislature
$40M Higher Education’s WISE Fund; $6.1M for Competitive CORE Funding;
$12M for Medicaid NOW Waivers and $1.3M for Human Services Districts, all for assisting the developmentally disabled; $2M for STEM funding; $32.5M for TOPS; and $22.4M for state police salary adjustments.
by HLS, Louisiana House of Representatives

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