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Louisiana Statewide Elections: Comp Leaders Talk Policy and Politics

Due to term limits, sixty percent of the current membership of the Louisiana Legislature will be barred from re-election in the next four years. By the 2019 elections, there will be forty-seven term limited representatives from the House and nineteen from the upper chamber for a total of sixty-six ineligible candidates, according to Jeremy Alford at LaPolitics Weekly, and on October 24, 2015, Louisiana will elect a new Governor.

In light of this potential political upheaval in the coming years and the impending gubernatorial election, Louisiana Comp Blog reached out to local workers’ comp industry leaders to ask them about their hot button issues: what do potential Louisiana politicians up for election and re-election need to know about workers’ comp right now?