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Republicans Audition for 2016 Presidential Primary — Is Governor Bobby Jindal a Potential Contender?

OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — It may seem early, but the activists who attended this week's conservative summit are already picking favorites in what could be a crowded Republican presidential primary in 2016.

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Shopping In Louisiana Could Become More Expensive, But Is It Better Than Paying Income Taxes?

Governor Bobby Jindal's tax reform plan will increase sales taxes, cigarette taxes, and introduce new sales taxes to some services.  All to eliminate income and franchise taxes.

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Governor Jindal’s Tax Plan Will Raise Louisiana Sales Tax & Introduce New Taxes On Services

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's administration has unveiled the details of its proposal to rewrite the state tax code in an effort to eliminate income taxes.

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Tax Reform Is Aimed at Making Louisiana More Appealing to Business

Governor Bobby Jindal's tax reform plan would rearrange how the state collects its revenue.  The Jindal administration's plan would eliminate personal and corporate income taxes and replace it with an increased state sales taxes.

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Governor Jindal Uses Patchwork Funding To Balance 2013-14 Budget Proposal

Governor Bobby Jindal released his proposal of the $24.7 billion 2013-14 Louisiana state budget including hundreds of millions of dollars of patchwork funding. The proposal also assumes hefty savings from the privatization of LSU hospitals to make the numbers balance.

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Online Sales Tax Plus Jindal Plan Could Mean Perfect Storm [POLL]

There is talk about enacting laws requiring online shoppers to pay sales taxes to the state they live in. This would mean every online purchase you make, whether it is buying a coat from Maine-based L.L. Bean, a TV from Arkansas-based Walmart or buying from Pennsylvania-based IKEA USA, you will have to pay sales tax to your state of residence.  So, if you live in Louisiana, you pay Louisiana.  Live in Texas, you'd pay Texas.

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Louisiana’s Tax Reform Debate, Possible Tax On Internet Shopping

Senator Mary Landrieu has joined a coalition of other senators and representatives in calling for a collection of state sales taxes on internet shopping. 

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Louisiana Revenue Department Issues Proposed Rule for Tax Break

The state Department of Revenue is proposing new regulations governing Louisiana's alternative fuel vehicle tax credit to limit estimated program costs to $10 million a year.

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100 new jobs coming to northwest Louisiana

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Ronpak owner Ron Sedley today to announce that Ronpak will relocate its corporate headquarters from New Jersey to Louisiana and create 100 additional new jobs beyond the 175 manufacturing positions announced last year for Ronpak's new Shreveport manufacturing center

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School Voucher Bill Signed By Gov. Bobby Jindal

Wednesday, Bobby Jindal signed the 'School Voucher Bill', overhauling public education in Louisiana.

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