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December New Investors

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BRAC welcomes its newest investors and thanks them for their support driving economic development in the region.

Cost-of-Living Gets a Bigger Boost in a Remote-Work World

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Cost-of-living, one of the primary quality of life factors people and companies consider in making living and locating decisions, has become even more important this year. Remote work has boomed with the COVID-19 pandemic, with a seemingly endless set of news stories about the newly untethered tech sector and other workers moving out of large cities to smaller cities in search of a better quality of life.

December 5 Election Recap

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East Baton Rouge will have a new Metro Council starting in January, with election season finally ending on Saturday night.

November New Investors

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BRAC welcomes its newest investors and thanks them for their support driving economic development in the region.

BRAC’s Election Recap

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While most media attention has been on the presidential election, arguably more-important local elections were making news as well.

October New Investors

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BRAC welcomes its newest investors and thanks them for their support driving economic development in the region.

Special Legislative Session Recap: More Special than Session

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The legislature adjourned a few days early after a 25-day special session. At the start of the special session, the legislature was faced with addressing four main objectives: emergency declaration powers, the unemployment trust fund, COVID-19 pandemic recovery, and hurricane disaster relief.

Capitol 411: October 22 Update

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The Legislature is ending week four of the latest special session.

No Pain, No Gain?

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Scott Kirkpatrick, Executive Director of CRISIS, discusses funding for the widening of I-10 from the “new” Mississippi River bridge to the I-10/I-12 split.

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