Alford: Another special session may be on the way for Louisiana lawmakers

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Gov. John Bel Edwards has called three special sessions during his first 14 months in office, and another could very well be on the way, says Jeremy Alford.

“That would be remarkable,” Alford writes in his latest column. “The sitting Legislature has already served more consecutive days in session than any other since the body began meeting in 1812.”

Mix in the two regular sessions thus far, plus an organizational session in 2016, and lawmakers have convened for a legislative session six times in less than a year and a half, Alford notes…

 

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