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The Louisiana Primary Care Association and Louisiana's FQHCs rely on YOU, our health center advocates, to keep our lawmakers informed about issues that matter to your health center and your community.  

We encourage you to stay involved in the legislative process.  You play a crucial role in giving a voice to those living in medically underserved communities across Louisiana.
Click here to find your state and federal elected officials.

Additional Advocacy Information & Resources

Louisiana's legislative branch includes the legislature, which is comprised of the House of Representatives with a limit of 105 members and the Senate with 39 members.  The legislature convenes in Baton Rouge for regular annual sessions and may convene for extraordinary or special sessions and for veto sessions.  

Regular annual sessions in even-numbered years are generally limited to 60 legislative days within 85 calendar days.  Regular annual sessions in odd-numbered years are limited to specified fiscal-related subjects and certain other legislation and to 45 legislative days within 60 calendar days.

The 2021 Regular Legislative Session will convene at noon on Monday, April 12, 2021.   Final Adjournment no later than 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, 2021.


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