A Tax Plan for Our Brighter Future paper-digital In Louisiana’s Comeback: A Tax Reform for Our Brighter Future, the Pelican Institute identifies the state’s significant tax problems and proposes a path to set the state in a brighter direction, including flattening the personal and corporate income taxes to 3.5% rates, reducing the number of tax preferences, eliminating...View Report
The multi-billion dollar LSU and Veterans Affairs Hospitals project, seen by many as harmless economic development, has important implications for property rights and fiscal responsibility.
Today’s Washington Times contains two interesting pieces on the controversy over Charity Hospital. Jack Davis’ article is worth a look. And the fact that a conservative paper would editorialize against Gov. Jindal’s plan is notable. The federal arbitration hearing that will determine how much FEMA owes Louisiana has convened. Stay tuned!