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Senator Allain End of 2024 Regular Session Newsletter


As we wrap up the first Regular Legislative Session of 2024, I’m excited to share some significant accomplishments that my office has achieved on behalf of District 21.

This session, we made tremendous progress in increasing quality educational opportunities. From passing critical funding bills to enhancing support for teachers and fighting for education, we are laying the groundwork for a brighter future with a smarter, well-trained workforce. Education remains a top priority as we strive to ensure that every student in Louisiana has access to the resources they need to succeed.

In addition to our educational advancements, I voted in favor of several measures to make Louisiana a beacon of economic opportunity. The Legislature passed vital job creation bills, supporting small businesses and investing in workforce development. Our focus is on creating a more business-friendly environment that promotes jobs and opportunities for all. By fostering economic growth, we can ensure a prosperous future for our state.

Another critical issue we've worked to begin to tackle is the skyrocketing insurance rates that have burdened many Louisianians. The Legislature is building the framework for a more affordable and fair insurance landscape by increasing market competition, protecting consumers, and passing essential legal reforms. These efforts are crucial in alleviating the financial strain on families and businesses across our state.

This session also marked a significant milestone as my office successfully passed three crucial bills, all signed by the governor. These new laws will bring essential reforms to Louisiana’s forestry and seafood industries and reinstate tax exemptions for donations to the Coastal Protection and Restoration Fund. I’m proud of the collaborative effort that made these bills become law, and I am confident they will have a positive impact on our state.

I deeply appreciate your ongoing support and encouragement. My office is always open to your ideas, concerns, and feedback on legislative matters. Together, with your input, we can build a Louisiana that our future generations will be proud of.

God Bless,

Senator Robert Allain, III

Mobile: (337)828-9107, (985)850-2738

Fax: (337)828-9108 

District Office Location: 

600 Main Street

Franklin, LA 70538

Committees: Agriculture, Forestry, Aquaculture, and Rural Development, Insurance, Natural Resources, Revenue and Fiscal Affairs, Interim Member; Joint Legislative Committee on Capital Outlay.


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