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New Study: Governor Jindal’s Tax Reform Plan Benefits Louisiana Economy
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New Study: Governor Jindal’s Tax Reform Plan Benefits Louisiana Economy

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The study finds that the Governor’s tax reform would create 11,810 new jobs in the state by 2017– or roughly 3,000 jobs per year directly relate to these tax changes—while maintaining revenue neutrality.

Louisiana’s Business Climate Rated Highly in Recent Studies
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Louisiana’s Business Climate Rated Highly in Recent Studies

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It is widely expected that tax reform will be the Jindal administration’s primary goal in the 2013 Louisiana legislative session. In a recent Advocate report, Tim Barfield from the Department of Revenue addressed the need for reform, pointing out that it is the “sticker price” and not the actual tax burden that is hampering “Louisiana’s efforts to attract businesses.”

The Case for Pension Reform
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The Case for Pension Reform

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The complex nature of the retirement system tends to obscure the importance of pension reform. This has contributed to an unfortunate lack of urgency over the years. But while the details can appear daunting, the crux of the matter is simple: Louisiana has promised its retirees more than it can deliver.

The Truth About Taxes
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The Truth About Taxes

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If you peel back the layers of Louisiana’s tax structure, you’re likely to find confusion, outrage and, more importantly, room for improvement. (Plus, you may discover the reasons why we’re suffering another midyear budget shortfall.)

Vote Yes on Saturday to Prevent New Taxes
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Vote Yes on Saturday to Prevent New Taxes

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We believe that voters should support this amendment and vote Yes on Saturday. While there is no doubt that policymakers have been challenged by recent budget shortfalls, most taxpayers face challenges of their own. These taxpayers must live within their means and we believe that policymakers should do the same.