State economist: ‘Fiscal cliff’ tax hikes would cost Louisiana at least $260M


    If some of the Bush-era tax cuts are allowed to expire as scheduled next year, there's no doubt that Louisiana will lose revenue. The only question is, how much? The state allows income tax filers to …

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