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2015/01/27 23:40
2015/01/27 23:40
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For the second time since November, the Jindal administration is going to have to find another hundred million dollars or so to balance this year’s state government budget. The Revenue Estimating...
2015/01/27 23:40
2015/01/27 23:40
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2015/01/26 22:49
2015/01/26 22:49
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Elected officials, staffers, lobbyists, donors, consultants, department heads and many others in the inner orbit of Louisiana politics were at the annual Mardi Gras soiree in Washington, D.C. last...
2015/01/23 22:33
2015/01/23 22:33
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The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has concluded its investigation of Fruitland Park city officials, and the State Attorney's Office has decided not to charge anyone with any crimes. But, oh,...
2015/01/16 03:42
2015/01/16 03:42
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Livingston —Property taxes could go down in parts of Livingston Parish after the School Board on Thursday voted to refinance millions of dollars in bond money. In 2007, School District 1 issued $26...
2015/01/14 22:07
2015/01/14 22:07
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A more progressive tax structure and expanding early childhood education opportunities could help address the income gap in Louisiana, according to LSU economist Jim Richardson. After a period of...
2015/01/14 17:42
2015/01/14 17:42
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Despite protests from teacher unions and others, a committee of Louisiana’s top school board Tuesday approved a contract of nearly $143,000 for LSU to study the state’s nearly $12 billion teachers’...
2015/01/14 00:40
2015/01/14 00:40
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With Louisiana staring down a $1.4 billion budget shortfall, the 2015 race for governor will focus in part on what to do about a raft of tax incentive programs and giveaways that have quintupled over...
2015/01/13 00:17
2015/01/13 00:17
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... As the public conversation about tax incentives grows louder and lawmakers move ever closer to the term-ending fiscal session of 2015, pressure is building for a comprehensive tax study being...
2015/01/09 17:14
2015/01/09 17:14
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As the chatter about the value of tax incentives grows to a roar and we move ever closer to the June 30 end of the state’s fiscal year, pressure is building for the completion of an LSU-led tax study...
2015/01/09 03:39
2015/01/09 03:39
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Continuing low oil prices, while a boon for drivers, mean state government again must readjust its finances in the middle of the fiscal year; and they mean probable cuts — up to about $300 million —...
2015/01/08 22:06
2015/01/08 22:06
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Despite the recent annexations into the city of Baton Rouge of properties such as L’Auberge Casino & Hotel, Mall of Louisiana, Celtic Studios and Costco, supporters of an effort to incorporate a new...
2015/01/07 15:25
2015/01/07 15:25
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Harford County government officials plan to spend $6.75 million during the current fiscal year to finance an early retirement incentive for 100 county employees, an incentive that includes several...
2015/01/06 03:21
2015/01/06 03:21
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BATON ROUGE, La - $1.4 to $1.6 billion—that's the estimated deficit Louisiana is facing in 2015. And now, lawmakers have some big decisions to get on a fiscally sound path. But is that even possible...
2015/01/02 16:00
2015/01/02 16:00
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World renowned photographer portrays Kansas characters A Kansas based exhibit is on display at the Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg until Jan. 18. The exhibit features the work of two...
2014/12/30 03:17
2014/12/30 03:17
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... In October and November, U.S. Sen. David Vitter was the single largest donor to the independent super PAC that is supporting his run for governor in 2015. It's an unmistakable signal that...
2015/01/27 23:40
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