Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal last week said that everything is on the table in balancing last year’s budget except new taxes. The state must cut fiscal 2011 spending by at least $108 million to balance the books for fiscal 2010, which ended June 30.

“We’re not going to raise taxes,” Jindal said. “We haven’t changed our position. We don’t think that’s the answer to this challenge.”

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