Louisiana legislature’s 3-month regular session kicks off Monday; here’s what to expect

The Louisiana Legislature, fresh off a week-long break after the collapse of its recent special session, is heading back to the State Capitol on Monday for a three-month regular session.

But frayed tensions and mounting distrust could ultimately be issues at the forefront of the session that will cover a variety of topics – from education issues to sexual harassment policies to criminal justice.

The 2018 regular session begins at noon Monday. At about 1 p.m., Gov. John Bel Edwards is slated to give his assessment of where the state stands half-way through his first term and what priorities he expects the Legislature to address…


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