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Bobby Jindal

2014 State of the State Address

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

Southern Governors' Representative
Paul Rainwater, Chief of Staff





Louisiana News Digest

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12/5/2011 LA Gov. Jindal Marks Reopening of Key University of New Orleans FacilityRelaunch of UNO's Cove continues revitalization of city post-Katrina. [Read More]
12/1/2011 LA Gov. Jindal and Sasol Announce Feasibility Study for $4.5 Billion Ethylene Production ComplexEthylene cracker would expand South African company’s production in state. [Read More]
11/29/2011 LA Gov. Jindal Holds Meetings on Education PolicyMeetings will inform education agenda for coming year. [Read More]
11/28/2011 LA Gov. Jindal: Louisiana Leaps 14 Spots in Forbes Best States for Business"When I took office, I promised to make economic development our top priority, and we've done that..." [Read More]
11/23/2011 LA Gov. Jindal Announces Maritime International Moving from ChinaRelocation of production facility to state will create 90 new jobs. [Read More]
11/10/2011 LA Gov. Jindal Announces $11.3 Million for Hurricane Protection ProjectsProjects seek to protect and improve the resilience of the economy and ecosystem in coastal communities. [Read More]
11/7/2011 LA Gov. Jindal and Settoon Towing Mark $155 Million ExpansionTowing company project brings 135 new permanent jobs to Assumption Parish-based business. [Read More]
10/19/2011 LA Gov. Jindal, Huntington Ingalls CEO Petters Announce Joint Effort to Secure Future of Avondale as Major EmployerState and company execute agreement focused on developing a new joint venture at Avondale [Read More]
10/18/2011 LA Gov. Jindal Signs Army Community Covenant with Fort PolkProgram designed to foster state and community partnerships with the Army to improve quality of life [Read More]
10/11/2011 LA Gov. Jindal: Economic Development Is Our Top Priority Announces Freshy Foods to create 150 jobs in Southeast Louisiana [Read More]

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