Lawmakers throughout the Bayou State have only three days left before beginning their two month long legislative session.
District 22 State Senator Fred Mills says this session is mainly about Governor Jindal's tax reform plan which he does not support.
Mills says as it stands today it may drive more people towards sales tax- free internet shopping, taking away from local businesses. Going into session, Mills has filed several bills including one that helps preserve French immersion. Â@
"Mills: The CODIFIL bill is unique. I want to put on drivers licenses that you can proclaim I'm Cajun and there would be a voluntary fee. Those fees would go directly to CODIFIL. We all know how important that is."
Senator Mills was featured Friday morning during our segment called Brewing Issues. The series runs weekdays between 6:00 AM and 7:00 AM Where news 10's Rob Mallia interviews elected officials on issues facing our state.
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