Today, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards released his $25.3 billion “doomsday” Louisiana operating budget outlining the worse case scenario for the upcoming budget year. The budget would devastate health services and sharply cut into the TOPS program. After the budget was released, the Democrats released a statement concerned about what they call $2.4 billion dollars in cuts.
Edwards wants the Republican-controlled legislature to pass a replacement tax package.
According to a recent report on retirement, Louisiana ranks the 7th worse in the nation. WalletHub, which issues regular reports released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst States to Retire.
The report scored best with Adjusted Cost of Living and worse with life expectancy.
Based upon findings from WalletHub, Louisiana's healthcare delivery might be approrpiately be considered needing intensive care.Specifically, WalletHub claims it is in last place in the nation. in fact, WalletHub's findings indicates that since 2016, it has dropped from next to last place, to dead last.
Louisiana dead last in healthcare rank claims Wallethub