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 #7: Return-to-work bills move forward

May 16, 2017

The Senate retirement committee yesterday favorably reported two return-to-work bills affecting retired school nurses and school psychologists.  HB 4 (Rep. Miguez) proposes to add school nurses to the list of retirees who can return to work and continue to receive a benefit check, subject to a 25% of annual benefit earnings limitation.  HB 31 (Rep. Hoffmann) proposes to add school psychologists to the list of critical shorta...

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Regular Session News #6: Transfer of governance bill stalls, return-to-work bills progress

May 12, 2017

At the capitol this week, SB 11 (Sen. Peacock) failed passage on a 17 to 17 vote in the full Senate. This bill seeks to rename LSERS the Louisiana School Employees’ Retirement Plan (LSERP) and place governance of that plan under the TRSL Board. The bill would also dissolve the LSERS Board effective July 1, 2017. Senate floor amendments to Senate Bill 11 included the creation of a TRSL board position representing active LSERP members, and an...

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Regular Session News #5: House chamber to consider return-to-work bills next week

May 5, 2017

On Monday, the House has floor debate scheduled for two bills that would expand return-to-work laws. HB 4, by Rep. Blake Miguez, proposes to add school nurses to the list of retirees who can return to work and continue to receive a benefit check, subject to a 25% of benefit earnings limitation.    HB 31, by Rep. Frank Hoffmann, proposes to add school psychologists to the list of critical shortage positions in which...

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Regular Session News #4: Return-to-work bills pass House panel

Apr 27, 2017

The House retirement committee passed two bills that would expand the state’s return-to-work laws. These bills now head to the full House for a vote. House Bill 4, sponsored by Rep. Blake Miguez, would add school nurses to the list of retirees who can return to work and continue to receive a benefit check, subject to a 25% earnings limitation. And, Rep. Frank Hoffmann’s House Bill 31 would add school psychologists to the list of...

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