Join Us [LNA] Online for our 2017-2018 Educational Courses!

Mark you Calendar! The Louisiana Notary Association has released it's 2017-2018 Online Course Schedule. Please see the schedule below. Emails will be sent out for each individual course when registration information is available. You can also visit the LNA website,, for more information! We hope to see you there! **Schedule is subject to change** Stay Connected Louisiana Notary Association 8550 United Plaza Blvd, Suite 1001 Baton Rouge, LA 70809 225.927.7001

Man Arrested for Illegally Issuing Driver's Licenses

May 17, 2017 Louisiana State Police have arrested a Metairie man they say is responsible for selling more than 400 illegal driver's licenses from two New Orleans locations of a title and notary company. Alex Medina spent his 27th birthday in jail and court Tuesday (May 16), after investigators booked him with 420 counts of computer fraud and 420 counts of filing false public records in connection with the alleged scam run from offices of Central Title and Notary at 2107 Canton St. and 3157 Gentilly Blvd. Each of the counts is punishable by up to five years in prison. According to arrest documents, the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles last August completed an audit of transactions at the co

House Bill 661 was deferred

House Bill 661 was deferred by it's author this morning and the LNA is not expecting it to come back up again this session! A special thanks to the efforts of our Lobbyist, Scott Kirkpatrick, our Legislative and Governmental Affairs Liaison, Alan Jennings, to all who attended yesterday's Notary Day at the Capitol and a big thank you to those who came to the committee hearing this morning, including: Pamela Alonso, President Lisa McCoy, Vice President Angie Corvers, Board Member Sharon Toups, Board Member Beth Normile, Shop Talk Coordinator Samantha Bloemer, Shop Talk Coordinator Wendy Hikler, Member Scott Wilfong, Member Scott Kirkpatrick, Lobbyist

Louisiana Notary Legislative Alert - Notary Tax bill hearing Tuesday May 9 in House Committee Room 4

If you haven't heard about the bill in the legislature to tax notaries to pay lawyer fees (HB661), you need to read this. If you have heard about it, you need to be at the Capitol at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday May 9 at House Committee Room 4 to help the committee members make their decision about the fate of this bill. Here's the scoop: The chief justice of the La. supreme court, Bernette Johnson, is pushing this bill to add a $25 tax to be collected by the secretary of state with your annual report. She wants the money to go to the La. Bar Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity, to pay lawyers to represent needy people with civil legal needs. She pressured the Louisiana State Bar Association to adopt a res


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