Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Shreveport Representative will walk to Baton Rouge

Shreveport Rep. Patrick Williams plans to draw attention to issues he believes are crucial to improving Louisiana by hitting the highway on foot. Just before the special legislative session on ethics ended Tuesday, Williams told the House of Representatives he'll sponsor a walk from Shreveport to the steps of the Governor's Mansion prior to the start of the regular legislative session March 31. He estimates it will take "about 10 days, maybe more."
Legislators passed a lot of bills during the ethics session, he said, but they will have little impact because "morality is something within. What we did was to satisfy people outside the state". "With the regular session, "now we have the opportunity to satisfy the people we're down here to represent," Williams said. He said he's sponsoring the walk to bring awareness to other issues the Legislature should tackle: reforming Louisiana's education, welfare and health care systems.

excerpt from The Times


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