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Some State Workers Got A Bonus Last Fiscal Year

A little over half of the employees that got raises for two agencies, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development along with the Louisiana Department of Insurance.

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La. Gov. Bobby Jindal’s State Retirement Plan Ruled Unconstitutional By Louisiana Supreme Court

Earlier this year, it was a Baton Rouge judge that ruled the 401(k)-style retirement plan for future rank-and-file employees was unconstitutional. Now, the Louisiana Supreme Court is telling La. Gov. Bobby Jindal the same thing.

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Governor Jindal Wants To Raise Age Of Retirement for State Workers

The Democratic Caucus already seems cold to the idea.

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Governor Jindal Is Decreasing The Louisiana Workforce

Governor Jindal is taking care of business.

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Jindal Wants To Privatize Health Insurance Program For State Workers

Governor Bobby Jindal is pitching his bid to privatize a health insurance   program for state workers as a fight against government-run health care,  equating it to his opposition to President Barack Obama's health overhaul.   

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Merit Pay Raises Suspended

The State Civil Service Commission agreed today to suspend merit pay raises for some 56,000 rank-and-file government workers for the second straight year.

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