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 #3: Senate committee OKs governance transfer bill

Apr 24, 2017

A bill to transfer governance of the Louisiana School Employees’ Retirement System (LSERS) to the TRSL Board of Trustees moved forward today in the Senate retirement committee. Senate Bill 11, authored by Senate retirement chair Barrow Peacock, would 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...

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Regular Session News #2: Coming up next week

Apr 21, 2017

Both the Senate and House retirement committees are meeting next week to discuss a number of bills affecting TRSL. The Senate retirement committee is scheduled for 10 a.m., Monday, April 24. The following bills are on the agenda and scheduled to be heard: SB 11 (Sen. Peacock) would transfer governance of the Louisiana School Employees’ Retirement System (LSERS) to the TRSL Board of Trust...

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Regular Session News #1: 2017 Regular Legislative Session starts Monday

Apr 7, 2017

The 2017 regular session starts at noon on Monday, April 10. Currently, there are seven bills that impact TRSL. A list of legislation affecting TRSL is available on our website, www.TRSL.org.  Retirement bills are typically heard first in either the House or Senate retirement committees. The chair of the Sen. Retirement Committee is Sen. Barrow Peacock, and the chair of the House Retirement Committee is Rep. J. Kevin Pearso...

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Special Session News #1: Special session to start today

Feb 13, 2017

The 2017 First Extraordinary Session called by Gov. John Bel Edwards will convene at 6:30 p.m. today. This special session is limited to topics identified in the governor's session call, which primarily focuses on legislation that impacts state revenues and expenditures. The session will adjourn no later than Wednesday, February 22.  The 2017 Regular Session will convene at noon, Monday, April 10 and adjourn no later than 6 p.m., Thur...

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