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Louisiana

Bobby Jindal
Biography

2012 Inaugural Address

Governor Jindal
P.O. Box 94004
Baton Rouge, LA. 70804-9004
225-342-7015

Southern Governors' Representative
Paul Rainwater, Chief of Staff

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Louisiana News Digest

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8/1/2013 Gov. Jindal: Louisiana Students Continue Excelling on Advanced Placement ExamsNumber of college credits earned on AP exams has increased by 25 percent over past year. [Read More]
7/23/2013 Gov. Jindal: Louisiana’s Business Climate Ranked No. 4 in the NationWorkforce training program remains best in country according to Business Facilities magazine. [Read More]
7/16 LA Gov. Jindal: Honeywell Plans Plant Projects in Baton Rouge, GeismarCompany will invest $208 million in new manufacturing projects; retain 700 jobs. [Read More]
7/11/2013 LA Gov. Jindal Announces Fertilizer Project will Result in More than 1,500 JobsGlobal company Eurochem will develop natural gas-based fertilizer plant and distribution center. [Read More]
7/9/2013 LA Gov. Jindal and CB&I Announce 400 New Jobs Coming to Baton Rouge AreaCompany will expand Government Solutions professional workforce in state capital. [Read More]
5/31/2013 Gov. Jindal Urges Louisianians to “Get a Game Plan” for Hurricane SeasonHurricane season begins June 1 - have adequate supplies, medication and an evacuation plan for storms. [Read More]
5/24/2013 LA Gov. Jindal Signs Bill to Help Service Members, Veterans Return HomeBill extends time periods for them to renew state or professional licenses. [Read More]
5/22/2013 Gov. Jindal Announces New Louisiana Headquarters and Manufacturing ExpansionDanos will make $30 million capital investment resulting in nearly 1,300 jobs. [Read More]
5/16/2013 LA Gov. Jindal, Wolverine Terminals Announce $30M ProjectFacility will create 20 new direct jobs with an average salary of $62,000. [Read More]
5/3/2013 LA Gov. Jindal Announces $111 Million Investment at DeRidder Paper MillProject will create 54 direct jobs, 222 indirect jobs while retaining 440 employees. [Read More]

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