Louisiana Action Alert: Support HB719 to Stop Obamacare Implementation

HB719 was introduced on Feb. 28 to create a three year prohibition on the implementation of Obamacare within the state of Louisiana. (learn more about it here) It was referred to the Health and Welfare Committee where it will need to pass by a majority before it can receive a vote by the whole house.

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Louisiana Bills Would Nullify Common Core

Two bills that would nullify the controversial Common Core educational standards have been introduced in the Louisiana State House of Representatives.

HB556 and HB557 would stop all state involvement with Common Core. The bills were introduced on Feb. 27 by Reps. Cameron Henry (R-82) and Jerome Richard (I-55). They were promptly moved to the Education Committee where they will need to pass through a majority before they can be voted upon by the whole house.

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Louisiana Passes Health Care Freedom Act

WASHINGTON, June 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire — Last Friday, June 18, 2010, Louisiana became the first state with a Democrat-controlled legislature to oppose a requirement to purchase health insurance—the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s health reform agenda. Louisiana House Bill 1474 (HB1474), which passed the Louisiana Senate with strong bipartisan support, will soon head to Gov. Bobby…

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Louisiana House Passes Health Care Freedom Act

With a 59-15 vote Thursday, the Louisiana State House approved a bill that declares no one in Louisiana can be mandated to pay a penalty if they don’t have insurance – or be required to participate in a health system. House Bill 1474 states that every Louisiana resident “is and shall be free from governmental…

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Introducing the Louisiana State Sovereignty Committee

After all the Tea Party protests and town hall meetings, the question still lingers in the minds of many Louisianans: “What can I really do to stop the policies in Washington, D. C., that seek to make the federal government all-powerful in many areas of my life and the life of my state?”

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