In its brief ruling Monday regarding the coastal lawsuits against some of Louisiana’s largest job creators, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sidestepped many substantive issues. The narrow decision made on the issue of timeliness sends the cases back to state court for the time being. Meanwhile, Louisiana’s working families continue suffering the consequences of their government’s sue-happy legal strategy. Read more...
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