BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards’ tax proposals started moving Tuesday in the Louisiana House, though it remains unclear which tax hikes can win enough support from House Republicans and which ones will hit roadblocks.
The House Ways and Means Committee, which is the first stop for tax bills, advanced more than 30 tax measures — including many pushed by the Democratic governor — to the full House for consideration.
The committee didn’t put its stamp of approval on each, however. Instead, lawmakers backed some measures and indicated their disapproval of others even as they sent the bills to the House