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Latest Jay Dardenne Items
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne has dropped his lawsuit that sought to force the pro-Medicaid expansion group MoveOn.org to remove a roadside billboard that uses Louisiana's tourism slogan "Pick your Passion" to criticize Gov. Bobby Jindal's refusal to expand Medicaid.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne has dropped his federal lawsuit challenging the use of Louisiana's trademarked tourism slogan "Pick Your Passion" on an organization's billboard promoting Medicaid expansion.
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Louisiana drew a record 27.3 million tourists to its cities, festivals, outdoor activities and other events last year, drawing $10.8 billion in visitor spending.
A nonprofit group can continue to use Louisiana's trademarked tourism slogan to criticize the government while a lawsuit against its billboard is still in court, a federal district judge has ruled.
The advocacy group MoveOn.Org and lawyers for Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne say a ruling is expected next week in the legal fight over the group's Baton Rouge billboard that features the state's tourism slogan as part of a push to expand Medicaid.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne filed a lawsuit Friday against a pro-Medicaid-expansion group over its use of the state's tourism slogan in a billboard campaign.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne wants a pro-Medicaid expansion group to stop using the state's tourism marketing slogan in its billboard campaign.
Louisiana's Office of Tourism is the second state tourism office to get the industry's top accreditation, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne said Monday.