Louisiana has made great strides under Governor Jindal’s leadership, but those strides can be even greater by eliminating the state income tax.
Governor Jindal wants to get rid of the state income tax to create new jobs and to let you keep the money you earn. Tell the Legislature to get rid of the state income tax.
The picture of Louisiana’s education system still isn’t perfect, but it’s much brighter than it’s ever been.
Before Governor Jindal, Louisiana was rife with corruption and suffered from a severe lack of accountability and transparency. Louisiana now leads the nation in accountability according to the Center for Public Integrity.
Louisiana has outperformed national and Southern averages for unemployment and job creation under Governor Jindal’s pro-growth economic reforms.
In a speech to the Louisiana Legislature on April 8th to open the 2013 legislative session, Governor Jindal called on the legislature to send him a bill to sign that eliminates the state income tax.
Governor Jindal discussed the benefits to Louisiana of his plan to eliminate the income tax at the Rotary Club of Alexandria on April 3, 2013.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has always been a man in a hurry. By the age of 20, he was an honors graduate of Brown University with double majors in public policy and biology. By 23, he had completed a Rhodes scholarship at Oxford (having politely declined admission to Yale Law and Harvard Medical School) and [...]