26 Lawmakers Earn 100 Percent NFIB Voting Records

Date: July 09, 2018

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NFIB State Director Dawn Starns said today that 26 state legislators–six senators and 20 representatives–achieved 100 percent voting records on small-business issues in the 2018 legislative session. 

“During this year’s regular session and first special session, these legislators showed they understand the challenges facing Louisiana’s small businesses and their employees,” Starns said. “Our members appreciate the unwavering support they have received during this two tumultuous sessions.”

The 2018 NFIB Louisiana Voting Record includes key votes on taxes, legal reform, and regulatory relief. Some bills came up for a vote in only one chamber of the Legislature.

SENATE
Name, district

Bret Allain, 21
Jack Donahue, 11
Jim Fannin, 35
Beth Mizell, 12
Barrow Peacock, 37
Bodi White, 6
 
HOUSE

Beryl Amedée, 51
Thomas Carmody, 6
Steve Carter, 68
Raymond Crews, 8
Phillip DeVillier, 41

Rick Edmonds, 66
Julie Emerson, 39
John Guinn, 37
Bob Hensgens, 47
Valarie Hodges, 64

Frank Hoffmann, 15
Dodie Horton, 9
Frank Howard, 24
Barry Ivey, 65
Nancy Landry, 31

Tanner Magee, 53
Blake Miguez, 49
Rogers Pope, 71
Alan Seabaugh, 5
Polly Thomas, 80

“This voting record reflects the strong support small business has in the Louisiana Legislature,” Starns said. “By electing legislators who are committed to supporting our small-business owners and employees, voters will have the greatest impact on improving their own local community’s economic future as well as our entire state.”

NFIB is Louisiana’s leading small-business association. To learn more, visit www.NFIB.com/LA and follow @NFIB_LA on Twitter.

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