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In The Spotlight

LBP reviews the 2014 Legislature

The Louisiana Legislature wrapped up its 2014 regular session without tackling many of the state’s critical challenges, according to a new report by the Louisiana Budget Project. While legislators largely avoided the destructive cuts that have become the norm in recent years, they failed to address the state’s structural budget problems or take advantage of opportunities to help low-income families.

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The Daily Dime

Oil prices help crater the state budget; Strategies to give low-income families more opportunities for success; Nursing homes lie about staffing levels; and News from the home office

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The Daily Dime is a summary of the day's news stories related to the state budget and issues that affect low- and middle-income individuals and families, compiled every business day by Louisiana Budget Project staff.

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LBP is Hiring!

Posted on November 13, 2014

The Louisiana Budget Project seeks to hire a Director of Communications and Development to oversee external communications and fund development.

Founded in 2006, the Louisiana Budget Project is an independent non-profit research and advocacy organization that monitors and reports on policies that affect low- and moderate-income families in Louisiana.

The Director of Communications and Development will report directly to the executive director. The position is full-time and based in Baton Rouge, LA. Click here to view and download the complete job description.

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