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​Office of the State Register

In 1974 the role of the Office of the Secretary of State was deleted from the Louisiana Administrative Procedure Act (LAPA) and the responsibility for receiving newly adopted rules was vested in the Governor's Division of Administration. The Office of the State Register was then created, its sole responsibility being assimilating and editing notices and rules submitted by agencies. Agencies were then directed to file a certified copy of each rule adopted, as well as all rules existing on January 1, 1975 to the Office of the State Register. Furthermore, the amendment created a new state publication to be known as the Louisiana Register, designa​ting the Governor as publisher. This periodical was designed to contain the notices and rules submitted by agencies on a monthly basis. The 1974 amendment also directed the Office of the State Register to compile, index, and publish a publication known as the Louisiana Administrative Code containing all effective rules adopted by each agency. The first Louisiana Register was published in January 1975 and was titled Number 1 of Volume 1.

Physical Address:

Office of the State Register
1201 N. Third Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Mailing Address:

Office of the State Register
PO Box 94095
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095




           Contact Information:

               General Inquiries:

                Louisiana Register:
                 Catherine Brindley

               Louisiana Administrative Code:
                 Andrea Trantham