Distractions could sidetrack Louisiana’s upcoming legislative session

When the regular session of the Louisiana Legislature convenes on April 10, it will all come down to clock management for lawmakers and Gov. John Bel Edwards’ administration, says Jeremy Alford in his latest column.

“So forget all of the marathon metaphors that you know, because this coming session, which concludes on June 8, is definitely going to be a sprint,” Alford writes.

How much can the governor, House and Senate realistically accomplish in 60 days?

“If all involved manage to stay focused, the end results could be bountiful and meaningful,” he writes. “But policymaking is always easier said than done”…


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