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November 2, 1989 | From Associated Press
Despite the old saw about the inevitability of death and taxes, tourists from overseas will be able to live it up in Louisiana without paying sales taxes. "Louisiana is already a popular tourist destination with foreign travelers," said Ann P. Borne, director of Louisiana Tax Free Shopping. "This will make it a world-class shopping destination as well. "Tax-free shopping will give foreign visitors a chance to pick up bargains and get refunds of their sales taxes.
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November 2, 1989 | From Associated Press
Despite the old saw about the inevitability of death and taxes, tourists from overseas will be able to live it up in Louisiana without paying sales taxes. "Louisiana is already a popular tourist destination with foreign travelers," said Ann P. Borne, director of Louisiana Tax Free Shopping. "This will make it a world-class shopping destination as well. "Tax-free shopping will give foreign visitors a chance to pick up bargains and get refunds of their sales taxes.
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November 14, 2004 | Janet Hook, Times Staff Writer
It would be hard to find two politicians more different than John B. Breaux and David Vitter. Breaux, who is retiring from the Senate, is a centrist Louisiana Democrat. A pragmatic dealmaker, he shuttles between parties in search of legislative compromises. Vitter, who was elected to succeed Breaux, is one of the most conservative Republicans in the House. He likes term limits, loathes gambling and rarely votes against his party or the president.
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October 2, 1989 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, Times Staff Writer
The Supreme Court and its new conservative majority, which recorded a series of smashing victories in the term that ended last July, returns to work today with opportunities to extend state regulation of abortion and to give students the right to gather for Bible reading in public schools. For the first time, the justices also will grapple with whether the Constitution creates an individual "right to die."
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