DALLAS — Gov. Bobby Jindal reiterated his stance against new taxes to balance Louisiana’s fiscal 2012 budget Monday at the opening of the regular legislative session.

The state is facing a revenue shortfall of $1.6 billion between expected income and current spending levels, but Jindal said increasing revenue by raising taxes is not an option.

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