The move is part of a consent decree that resolved a lawsuit filed on behalf of people directly affected by emissions from refineries in Louisiana, Texas and California.
Louisiana was unchanged; greedy trial lawyers must be vacationing.
When Sen. Bret Allain (R-Franklin) realized the odds were stacked against his Senate Bill 531, he shopped venues until he found a committee more favorable to killing the lawsuit filed by the New Orleans levee board against 97 oil and gas companies.
"There is litigation pending, and there is a venue and an opportunity pending ... to make those arguments and to win. This ain't the place." — Sen. Danny Martiny, R-Kenner.