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Tax Reform Face-Off

Tax Reform Face-Off

Bobby Jindal's tax reform bill has garnered varying opinions on how the proposal would affect Louisiana taxpayers.

The governor claims his reform would increase business in Louisiana, while others like Rep. Gene Reynolds, D-Minden, have an alternative view.

"Eliminating income taxes will help make Louisiana the best place for businesses to create jobs and give Louisianans more control over their own money," Jindal said. "We've talked about eliminating income taxes for years so we could compete with other states and create more opportunities for people who need work, but we've always just tinkered around the edges of real reform. It's time to step up and eliminate income taxes so we can unleash major economic growth."

Sales Tax Exemptions Eliminated
Services To Be Taxed
Sales Tax Exemptions Retained
Services Not Taxable

Last Updated ( April 05, 2013 )

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Community chorus on Broadway

The Minden Community Chorus will present a concert of music from favorite Broadway shows on Friday, April 26 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Minden High School, located at...

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Undercover op nets Springhill man

An undercover investigation that included drug buys has culminated in the arrest of a Springhill man.

Robert Daniel (aka Bob) Roberts, 65, of the 100 block of Taylor Stree...

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Mims Recognized

Mims Recognized


Twyla Mims (left) received her designation as a Certified Louisiana Deputy Assessor last week at the Louisiana Assessors' Association Annual Conference.

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Jury Duty

The following names have been drawn for jury duty beginning April 22, in the 26th Judicial District Court courtrooms of Judge Michael Nerren and Judge Parker Self.

Abraham...

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