Louisiana voters will make important decisions about the state’s tax structure when they head to the polls in mid-November. Included among the four constitutional amendments on the Nov. 13 ballot is a proposal to overhaul the way the state and localities collect sales taxes, and a complex restructuring of the way Louisiana families and corporations pay income and franchise taxes.
A new report by the Louisiana Budget Project breaks down the four amendments and explains how households, businesses and government services could be affected.
The election comes during a slow time on the political calendar for most Louisianans. But the decisions voters make could have long-lasting consequences. It’s important for voters to understand their choices, as the ballot language doesn’t always do an adequate job of explaining what’s at stake.
You are also invited to join the Louisiana Budget Project and the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice TONIGHT at 6 p.m. to learn more about these amendments. Click here to register for the event. Click here to read LBP’s analysis of Amendment 2, and why the tax swap package on the ballot is not tax reform.
Our guide to all four constitutional amendments and our full analysis of Amendment 2 (why the tax swap package on the ballot isn’t tax reform) can be found in the links in our bio.