Louisiana House rejects crucial tax bill again; here’s where legislators might go next

The Louisiana Legislature’s revenue-focused special session is teetering on the verge of collapse, and lawmakers ended Sunday with no easy path toward salvaging the session.

The House on Sunday rejected for the second time legislation seen critical to bridging the budget gap the state faces when temporary tax measures expire June 30.

The vote throws the entire 17-day special session into question, with little time for measures to make it through the process before Wednesday’s mandatory session end…

 

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