Monday, October 15, 2012

The LAE Brings Attention to Louisiana’s Upside-Down Tax Policies Through Tax Policy & Corporate Loopholes Symposium

Association Leaders & Tax Policy Experts to Gather on October 27th to Discuss the Impact of Louisiana’s Corporate Tax Loopholes on Statewide Funding Systems

WHAT: Propelled by upside-down tax policies, the gap in Louisiana’s budget continues to grow, hurting neighborhood schools, students, and communities. The LAE will bring attention to this startling issue through a tax policy and corporate loophole symposium on October 27th.

WHO: The Louisiana Association of Educators

WHERE: Drury Inn & Suites - 7939 Essen Park, Baton Rouge, LA

WHEN: Saturday, October 27th, 2012 @ 10 a.m.

WHY: Taxpayers and education stakeholders in Louisiana must demand that the state end unnecessary corporate tax exemptions and loopholes, and add more accountability and transparency in order to establish an equitable and efficient tax system for our state. This will lead to stronger schools and communities, but most importantly, a better Louisiana.

CONTACT: For more information, please contact Ashley Davis at or (225) 343-9243 ext. 119.

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