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Show me your budget plan, state troopers and LSU tax breaks: Louisiana politics today

Lawmakers who don’t want to replace more than $1 billion in expiring taxes should detail how they intend to cut that amount of state spending, Gov. John Bel Edwards said Thursday, taking aim at House Republicans who have blocked tax legislation. Story by The Associated Press.

Four Louisiana state troopers, who earned $200,000 or more annually, may have been paid for overtime they did not work. Story from WVUE Fox 8 in New Orleans.

LSU officials are worried the proposed U.S. House GOP tax reform bill would be “disastrous” for college athletics, with one key provision that would hit a more than $50 million-per-year revenue stream at the university. Story by Greater Baton Rouge Business Report…


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