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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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7/20/2012 Gov. Jindal: Louisiana Ranked Among Top Five States for Best Business Climate in the U.S.Business Facilities ranks LA No. 5 – highest position ever. [Read More]
7/12/2012 LA Gov. Jindal Breaks Ground on LSU Medical Education and Innovation CenterFacility to help transform the way state trains medical students and delivers healthcare. [Read More]
7/10/2012 LA Gov. Jindal Announces New MCS Business Center in RustonMortgage Contracting Services plans to begin filling first of 90 jobs in August. [Read More]
6/28/2012 LA Gov. Jindal, Graphic Packaging Announce Completion of ExpansionCompany invested $8.6 million, created 47 new jobs and retained 456 jobs. [Read More]
6/20/2012 Gov. Jindal: Study Ranks Louisiana No. 1 for Export Growth, No. 2 for Income GrowthNational Chamber Foundation points to policies spurring state economy. [Read More]
6/14/2012 LA Gov. Jindal, MECO Announce New Facility in Mandeville$11 million investment expected to create 127 new jobs. [Read More]
6/6/2012 Gov. Jindal Signs Two Bills to Increase Louisiana’s Economic CompetitivenessLegislation to help attract corporate headquarters, competitive development projects. [Read More]
5/24/2012 LA Gov. Jindal, Dyno Nobel Announce Feasibility Study for $800 Million ProjectAmmonia project at Cornerstone Chemical site would create 60 direct, 440 indirect jobs. [Read More]
5/15/2012 LA Gov. Jindal and Metal Shark Boats Announce More Than 100 New Jobs in Jeanerette$1.9 million investment will allow company to produce 500 boats for U.S. Coast Guard. [Read More]
5/14/2012 LA Gov. Jindal and the Port of New Orleans Dedicate $26 Million ExpansionAdditional terminal capacity will create another 495 jobs. [Read More]

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