State Representative Alan Seabaugh is critical of Governor John Bel Edwards' call for tax reform when the legislature meets again in April. The Shreveport lawmaker says that when a Democrat calls for tax reform, "he means a tax increase."

Talking with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty, Seabaugh says that Louisiana "does not have a shortage of money", but expects the Governor to "swing for the fences" when it comes to asking for more revenue.