Board to reconsider campaign funds being used for child care

Politics The Washington Times

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The Louisiana Ethics Board is set to reconsider its decision that candidates for public office cannot use campaign funds for campaign-related child care. The Advocate reports the board is set to hear the appeal of the November ruling on Friday. An attorney running for a ... …

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