- Put Jobs for Louisiana Families First by preventing companies that receive state contracts from hiring illegal workers.
- Said No to Politician Pay Raises by voting against giving herself and other legislators a pay raise at taxpayer’s expense.
- Protected Our Families by making it easier to catch child molesters and making it harder for criminals to produce meth.
As Our State Rep, Dorothy Has Fought for Us
Legislator of the Year
State Representative Dorothy Sue Hill was chosen “Legislator of the Year” by the Louisiana Councils on Aging Directors Association. Rep. Hill represents Allen, Beauregard and Calcasieu Parishes in the State Legislature.
The “GreenTEAM” consist of twelve Representatives and seven Senators with the highest scores – an indication of their consistent support for a safer environment. These leaders made the GreenARMY’s victories possible.
Representative Dorothy Sue Hill was honored to be choosen as a member of the GreenTEAM by the GreenArmyread more
2014 Legis-Gator Award Recipient
I was proud to have been honored by the Chamber of Southwest Louisiana as a 2014 Business champion for my voting record and endeavors to bring business to Southwest Louisiana.
Re-elected as Secretary/Treasurer of the Louisiana Rural Caucus
Louisiana Federation of Teachers ''Top of the Class``
I was happy to receive top recognition from the Louisiana Federation of Teachers for my stance on protecting teachers and public education.
I am proud to have been honored by the Chamber of Southwest Louisiana as a 2014 Business champion for my voting record and endeavors to bring business to Southwest Louisiana.
“Family Advocates Award” from the Louisiana Family Forum
Dorothy has received the “Family Advocates Award” from the Louisiana Family Forum organization for fighting for the rights of the Louisiana traditional family.
REP. HILL SECURES FUNDING FOR RURAL HEALTH CARE
A new state program designed to increase access to health care in rural areas is funding four rural hospitals in West Central Louisiana with almost $7 million,
“This money is vital to the delivery of health care to our rural citizens,” said State Rep. Dorothy Sue Hill, D-Oberlin.
Elected to leadership position to the 80 member rural caucus.
The Louisiana Rural Caucus announced the election of officers for 2014-2015. Dorothy Sue Hill was elected Secretary/Treasurer.
Representative Hill invited to serve on panel at Higher Ed forum
Attended the Higher Education forum at McNeese to discuss solutions to proposed budget cuts to our colleges. As a McNeese graduate, Dorothy Sue Hill supports higher education and welcomes the ideas shared at this forum by faculty, administrators and students.