Rep. Terry Landry's (D - New Iberia) HB 1029 was signed by Governor Bobby Jindal and became Act 661 on June 18.
Rep. Landry’s bill originally created the crime of pointing a laser at an aircraft and was amended to add in LCA’s drone legislation to ban unmanned aircrafts from flying over chemical plants, refineries and nuclear plants. The amendment was passed in the Senate and concurred in by the House prior to final passage of the bill.
A big thank you goes out to Rep. Landry for agreeing to work with LCA to add this language onto his bill and the governor for signing the bill into law.View Full Article
By: Koran Addo
State to match school’s funds for engineering building
LSU has exceeded its goal of raising $50 million in private donations needed to renovate Patrick F. Taylor Hall. The plan is to turn it into a high-tech engineering complex that can compete with any other engineering school...View Full Article
More than 1,000 attendees come to the 2016 Environmental, Health, and Safety Seminar!
And we've got three great ways for you to connect with them.
Taking place June 6-9 at the Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, the...View Full Article
As a project of the Craft Workforce Development Task of the Louisiana Workforce Investment Council, the Louisiana Workforce Commission presents "Building Louisiana's Craft Workforce."
The presentation linked below was presented by LWC Executive Director, Curt Eysink, at the LCIA Region 1 and 2 Meeting on November 20, 2013. It addresses the immediate need for construction workers and the need for a framework for continued expansion of education and hiring of such workers.View Full Article