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Louisiana Secretary of State Announces Rescheduling of Upcoming Tax Reform Vote to November 13

Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin has now announced the rescheduling of the upcoming tax reform constitutional amendment votes and other Fall elections, which were to be held October 9.  The Fall elections and related tax reform votes are now scheduled to be held November 13.

This change was recommended by the Secretary of State Ardoin and agreed to by Governor John Bel Edwards in light of the devastation brought on by Hurricane Ida.

Our prior Jones Walker SALT blog post on the recent Louisiana tax reform legislation that is now up for a vote of the people on November 13 can be found here.

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Matthew Mantle, State, Local Tax, Louisiana, Jones Walker Law FIrm
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Matthew Mantle is a partner in the firm’s Tax & Estates Practice Group and practices with the State & Local Tax Team out of the firm's New Orleans office.

Matt concentrates primarily on state and local tax matters in Louisiana, Alabama, and on a multistate basis, representing firm clients throughout the Gulf South in all areas of state and local tax. His practice includes tax and business planning, audits, administrative appeals, judicial appeals, identification and utilization of tax incentives, governmental relations, and tax legislation. He has also represented firm...

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