During today's In God We Trust rally in Bossier City, Governor Bobby Jindal didn't hide his disapproval with the Justice Department reportedly pulling funding from the Bossier Parish Young Marines after Sheriff Julian Whittington refused to remove religious language from the program.
Jindal slammed Washington, claiming it was intruding on the religious freedoms of Louisianans.
Governor Jindal has brought his case for repealing the state income tax to the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce. Jindal says the state's current tax code is a major obstacle to helping more Louisianians find work and growing the economy.
Governor Bobby Jindal's office is offering a proposal to make Louisiana more competitive for business and residents by eliminating state personal income tax and corporate income tax. However, this proposal would mean a sales tax hike from the current 4% state sales tax to 7% to make up the difference in revenue.