DALLAS — A legislative review of Louisiana’s lengthy list of tax-exemptions and credits cannot be seen as an opportunity to raise revenues, a top state economic development executive said Monday.

The Revenue Study Commission, which held its opening session Monday, was established by the 2012 Legislature to look into the extent that tax-exemptions harm state revenues. Rep. Joel Robideaux, R-Lafayette, will chair the commission.

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