On Thursday, July 14th, Senator Robert Mills was appointed to serve as a member of the Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) Education Committee. Since January 2020, Senator Mills has served Louisiana’s 36th Senate District which represents Bienville, Bossier, Claiborne and Webster parishes in North Louisiana. Upon entering his term, Senator Mills announced he planned to make improving education a top focus. During his time in office, he has had the honor of serving as a member of the Senate Committee on Education. As a result of his passion and diligence in resolving issues within our educational institutions in the state of Louisiana, Senator Robert Mills has now been appointed to serve as a member of the Southern Legislative Conference Education Committee. 

The Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) was established to serve as the premier public policy forum to identify and analyze solutions for the most prevalent and unique state government policy issues. The SLC operates through the Council of State Governments Southern Office (CSG South). CSG South is a nonprofit, nonpartisan member organization which provides southern legislators and government staff with a wide variety of programs and services. CGS’s goal is to facilitate regional cooperation and encourage the exchange of information by providing policy research and analysis, leadership development, and government staff training. The Council of State Governments Southern Office currently operates with the southern legislatures of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Its expressed mission is to “Promote and strengthen cooperation among our 15 member states.”



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