LABI’s new position paper, “Making the Case to Prepare Highly Skilled Workers for the Global Economy” outlines LABI’s goals to create a highly skilled Louisiana workforce in order to compete in a global economy. (Continue)
The position paper outlines the fundamental improvements to La.’s legal foundation needed to maintain a strong business climate and to promote continuous growth. (Continue)
Watch Kim's analysis of La.'s current legal environment. (Continue)
The fowl heading our way is the growing trend of special interest groups using lawsuits to hijack governmental entities to do their dirty work for them. (Continue)
Perhaps the kindest thing that can be said about the 2013 Regular Session of the Legislature is that it didn’t result in the need for a follow-up Special Session. After confrontation, consternation, confusion, and odd-couple coalitions festered for 60 days, the session came to an end on June 6.
The fowl heading our way is the growing trend of special interest groups using lawsuits to hijack governmental entities to do their dirty work for them.
Fibrebond is making a $6.0 million capital investment to purchase and renovate a 180,000-square-foot forest products mill once operated by International Paper and Temple-Inland.