Sound Off Louisiana announces rollout of!

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards money burn
Photo courtesy of The Hayride.

In today’s feature, Sound Off Louisiana‘s founder, Robert Burns, explains the rollout of, a website to hold Louisiana legislators accountable for what Burns believes will be an inevitable vote to renew the one cent “temporary” sales tax before it expires on July 1, 2018:

Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns explains the purpose of
CLICK HERE for Advocate reporter Tyler Bridges’ article referenced in the video.

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2 thoughts on “Sound Off Louisiana announces rollout of!”

  1. I taught my Brownie Troop how to braid hair in one hour. They were less than
    10 years old.
    Requiring Braiders to have a license is absurd.

    1. Couldn’t agree more, Elaine, and can you believe the one school offering the instruction (and they’re offering a 1,000-hour course even though only 500 hours is requried by the State Board of Cosmetology so they can qualify for Federal grants for “Welfare to Work”) charges $11,000 (and, as they say, “that does NOT include room and board”)? $11,000 in tuition.

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