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BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

A report released Tuesday, March 18 says Louisiana has the third highest combined average for state and local sales taxes in the country.

Louisiana's tax average is just under nine percent. Only Tennessee and Arkansas have higher averages.

To find out which states have the lowest combined average click here http://bit.ly/1gMMm8E.

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Published in Baton Rouge News
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

Shreveport City Councilor Sam Jenkins says he is giving "prayerful consideration" to running for Mayor of Shreveport after all.

Jenkins was expected to formally announce a bid for the city's top job on March 4, but postponed the news conference a few days before it was set to take place.

A few days later, Jenkins confirmed the campaign announcement had been put off so that he could work to resolve some financial issues, including unpaid taxes.

Published in Shreveport News

 

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dance-fiscalThe nation’s long election ordeal is over. While that may be good news, we must temper it with the fact that Congress is now back in session.

 

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