TRSL Legislation Archive

Click on any bill number in the below file. The links will take you to the Louisiana Legislature website where you can view information specific to each bill.

 2016 Regular Legislative Session: Pension-related Legislation
Updated 06/24/2016
Legislative Session News Archive
 
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Regular Session News #5: House retirement committee passes one PRSAC bill; defers others

Mar 29, 2018

Today the House retirement committee considered four bills related to the Public Retirement Systems' Actuarial Committee (PRSAC), which is a committee created by the legislature in 1988 to help Louisiana's state and statewide retirement systems, pension plans, and funds attain and maintain their soundness. One of those bills, HB 12, was amended and reported favorably. It will now be considered by the full House. HB...

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Regular Session News #4: Investment bill passes House; other retirement bills up for consideration next week

Mar 23, 2018

The full House passed HB 34 (Rep. Pearson)  yesterday which would allow state and statewide retirement systems to allocate a portion of their investments to a terror-free fund rather than a terror-free index fund as currently required by law. This bill will now be referred to the Senate retirement committee for consideration. Coming up next week: The Senate retirement committee will meet at 9 a.m., Monday,...

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Regular Session News #3: Bills affecting TRSL move forward

Mar 15, 2018

Today the House retirement committee passed  HB 34 (Rep. Pearson) which would allow state and statewide retirement systems to allocate a portion of their investments to a terror-free fund rather than a terror-free index fund as currently required by law. Also, the following Senate bills received passage in the full Senate this morning: SB 4 (Sen. Peacock) would restrict the duties of Board-appointed actuaries to actuari...

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Regular Session News #2: Senate committee restricts actuary duties, pass PRSAC bill and more

Mar 13, 2018

The Senate retirement committee moved forward four pieces of legislation affecting TRSL which will now go to the Senate floor for consideration. SB 4 (Sen. Peacock) passed. It would restrict the duties of Board-appointed actuaries to actuarial matters and reaffirms the ability of state and statewide retirement systems to appoint independent actuaries. SB 6 (Sen. Peacock) passed. It would prohibit an employee who moves to a po...

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