From A Stronger Louisiana <[email protected]>
Subject Governor Edwards' Year In Review - Part Three
Date December 29, 2021 8:09 PM
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We're continuing to highlight the ways Governor John Bel Edwards has moved Louisiana forward in yet another difficult year despite opposition from partisan extremists and special interests. We at A Stronger Louisiana believe Gov. Edwards has put Louisiana back on the right track. If you agree, please consider making a contribution to support our efforts [[link removed]] to keep Louisiana headed in the right direction.

One of Gov. Edwards' most impactful accomplishments this year was working to pass a legislative agenda that will make a positive impact on generations of Louisianans for many years to come. Here are some of Gov. Edwards' 2021 legislative wins:

*
HB
409
by
Rep.
Freeman
-
Requires
certain
reporting
requirements
for
sexual
assault
and
sexual
harassment
by
mandatory
reporters
in
higher
education.
*
HB
379
by
Rep.
Larvadain
-
Provides
for
cause
of
action
and
exemplary
damages
against
a
perpetrator
of
sexual
harassment
and
extends
liberative
prescription
to
3
years.
*
SB
17
by
Sen.
Johns
-
Establishes
the
Office
of
Human
Trafficking
Prevention
within
the
Office
of
the
Governor
and
places
the
Louisiana
Human
Trafficking
Prevention
Commission
and
Advisory
Board
within
the
Office
of
Human
Trafficking
Prevention.
*
SB
215
by
Sen.
Barrow
-
Requires
employers
to
provide
pregnant
and
postpartum
employees
with
reasonable
accommodations
in
the
workplace
to
facilitate
safe
and
healthy
pregnancies
and
better
infant
and
maternal
health
outcomes.
*
SB
10
by
Sen.
Fields
-
Requires
each
school
district
to
provide
full-day
kindergarten
and
requires
kindergarten
attendance
for
children
at
the
age
of
5.
*
HB
446
by
Rep.
Butler
-
Establishes
the
office
of
the
state
Americans
with
Disabilities
Act
coordinator
within
the
Division
of
Administration.
*
SB
151
by
Sen.
Barrow
-
Outlines
specific
rights
afforded
to
foster
youth
-
including
rights
to
privacy,
a
safe
and
supportive
environment,
access
to
ongoing
care
information,
and
access
to
support
and
various
resources.
*
HB
430
by
Rep.
James
-
Amends
the
bill
of
rights
for
law
enforcement
officers
facing
disciplinary
action
and
requires
that
sustained
complaints
filed
against
a
police
employee
or
law
enforcement
officer
remain
in
personnel
files
for
at
least
ten
years.

Chip in $25 [[link removed]] to help us get the word out about Gov. Edwards' 2021 legislative wins.

While Gov. Edwards was trying to move Louisiana forward in 2021, self-serving politicians tried to set our state back. Gov. Edwards was able to uphold vetoes in Louisiana's first-ever veto override session to protect trans youth, keep our communities safe from gun violence, and more .

Will you chip in $25 [[link removed]] to ensure we are ready to support Gov. Edwards in the upcoming legislative session?

The road ahead may not be easy, but it is certain that Gov. Edwards will need our support to continue moving our state in the right direction.

We need your help to keep up the fight for responsible leadership in Louisiana. A Stronger Louisiana has Gov. Edwards' back and we hope you do too. Chip in $25 [[link removed]] today so we can carry on the fight into 2022.

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