The Rundown: Officials tout business deal; LSU worries about Congress tax plan affecting ticket sales; and more Louisiana politics news

Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 04:55:44 PM. Today in The Rundown: The state is offering incentives for a major economic development effort that could bring thousands of jobs; Louisiana senators respond to bombshell allegations about the Alabama
Today in The Rundown: The state is offering incentives for a major economic development effort that could bring thousands of jobs; Louisiana senators respond to bombshell allegations about the Alabama Republican hoping to join them in DC; Election Day is coming in Louisiana; and everything else you need to know in Louisiana politics today. Be sure to sign up to get The Rundown in your inbox by filling out the form here. Countdown… Days until the runoff election for state treasurer: 4 Days until the 2018 regular legislative session begins: 119 The News Eco devo: One of the world's biggest technology companies will open a New Orleans office early next year that will eventually employ 2,000 people. http://bit.ly/2zVvS3s Alabama senate race: Louisiana's two Republican U.S. senators have responded to sexual-assault allegations lodged against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. http://bit.ly/2iSPgDd ICYMI: The Republican tax proposals currently under consideration in Congress could have a surprising impact on LSU athletics. http://bit.ly/2zvl4bl LA Gov: The five living former governors got together with Gov. John Bel Edwards over the weekend for an event promoting the Mansion's new fundraising campaign. http://bit.ly/2i0VzFa Elections: Here's the latest in this weekend's election for state treasurer. http://bit.ly/2zVkjJq State employees: Retired state workers could face alarming hikes in their insurance rates. http://bit.ly/2idozcS Constitution convention: The leaders of...Read more
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