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LOGPAC Announces Endorsements for February 23rd Special Election

Currently, seven races for the Louisiana House of Representatives will be decided on February 23, 2019. As you are aware, LOGPAC is just one of three Political Action Committees of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association that seek to protect agains the constant threats posed by lawsuits, increased taxes and anti-industry groups by supporting candidates that believe in the stability and economic security created by the oil and gas industry in Louisiana. In the seven races, LOGPAC has endorsed 4 candidates.

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2019 Governor’s Race: And Then There Were Three

Louisiana is a unique state, notable among the others in the nation. We are known for our exquisite Cajun cuisine, a football coach with an often indiscernible southern dialect, and a colorful political climate with seemingly endless elections.It can be hard to get excited about these elections considering we seem to go to the polls every few months. We just completed a statewide election December 8th, and not even 3 months from now, people will be headed back to the polls to fill 7 open positions for State Representative. However, Louisiana cannot afford to take their eyes off the ball or fall asleep at the wheel because the main event is here.

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From the President’s Desk: Changing The Trajectory

The Plaquemines Parish Council recently voted 4-3 in favor of withdrawing from a set of coastal lawsuits filed against oil and gas companies operating in the parish. It would seem only logical to assume that with a 4-3 vote the Council would have successfully ended their involvement with such frivolous litigation, but unfortunately, that is not the case.

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Severance Tax: How does Louisiana stack up?

“No taxation without representation!” the slogan that originated during the 1700s and started a Revolution. In the past 300 years, very little has changed with regards to our view of taxes.

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