State Reps. Dodie Horton and Raymond Crews, it could be worse. You could be state Rep. Blake Miguez or House Speaker Taylor Barras.
Last week, Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards signed into law Louisiana’s fiscal year 2019 capital outlay budget. It spends $3.6 billion, with $1.6 million of that in cash.
However, Edwards also sliced out $39 million worth through his use of the line item veto. He used that to excise 40 projects, or about a tenth of all – and they mostly fell upon spending in the districts of Republicans who have opposed Edwards’ tax-and-spend agenda.
That includes Republicans Crews and