In business news:

The Louisiana Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) released its legislative scorecard. Based on votes from the 2014 and 2015 sessions, 27 out of 39 senators failed to achieve a score of 70 percent from the organization, which guarantees endorsement eligibility with NFIB. In the House, 54 out of 105 representatives received scores below 70 percent, for a total of 81 low-scoring legislators out of 144 overall.

Read more from the Baton Rouge Business Report here. Read the complete report from NFIB here.

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