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Thousands of Opportunities More than 51,500 new direct and indirect jobs will be created from the economic development wins we have announced since taking office in 2008, along with more than $12.6 billion in capital investment in our state. These figures represent thousands of opportunities for generations of Louisianians - Louisianians who will not have to leave our state to secure a great education or find a rewarding career.
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Governor Bobby Jindal and DHH Secretary Kathy Kliebert Announce “Well-Ahead Louisiana” Health Initiative
Statewide campaign aims to improve wellness through voluntary and organizational changes
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) Secretary Kathy Kliebert were joined by dozens of local supporting organizations to launch the Well-Ahead Louisiana initiative, which will designate healthy places around the state that voluntarily champion and embrace health and wellness. The program is a state-wide effort to partner with schools, businesses and other organizations in local communities to give Louisianians more control and ownership of their health.

Gov. Jindal Announces Press Secretary Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced that Sarah Haley will serve as press secretary. Her duties will include handling press inquiries and traveling with Governor Jindal to press events.
GOVERNOR JINDAL AND AIR PRODUCTS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT STEVE JONES RECOGNIZE COMPLETION OF HYDROGEN EXPANSION PROJECT IN LOUISIANA Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and Air Products and Chemicals Inc. Senior Vice President Steve Jones announced the completion of $1 billion in project investments in Louisiana over the past four years that have tripled the production capacity of the largest hydrogen pipeline network system in the world. Air Products built and brought on-stream four major hydrogen plants along the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge to the greater New Orleans area, boosting vital hydrogen supply to Louisiana’s refinery and petrochemical sectors.
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