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Senate Rules of Order

Each body of the Louisiana Legislature has the authority to determine the rules of its proceedings (unless restricted by the constitution or other authority).  The Senate Rules govern physical facilities, oath of office, officers, employees, members and quorum, decorum and debate . . . View the Rules of Order for more information.

Constitution of Louisiana

The constitution provides the structure and principles in which the government operates, including - but not limited to - the preamble, declaration of rights, distribution of powers, revenue and finance, elections, and constitutional revision. Compiled from the Louisiana Senate Statutory Database, the  Constitution of Louisiana.


Membership in the Louisiana Senate (1880 - Present)

This document contains a  chronological listing by term, name, and political party, from 1880 to present, of the following Senate offices:

(1) President of the Senate
(2) Secretary of the Senate
(3) Senator by parish listed in alphabetical order.


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