BATON ROUGE, La (LOCAL 33) – Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser will spend this week roving to Branson, Missouri, and Washington D.C. to support his agencies within a Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism.
On Monday, Nungesser addressed a organisation of some-more than 300 debate operators and transport writers to foster Louisiana during a Travel South Domestic Showcase hold in Branson, Missouri. Nungesser spoke to a organisation about a significance of promulgation their debate groups to Louisiana and because they should showcase Louisiana to their clients. The organisation was greeted with a comfortable Louisiana acquire interjection to a low-pitched opening by John Gray, and a module resolved with a normal Louisiana second line.
The rest of a week Lt. Governor Nungesser will be intent in Washington D.C. with a National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA) and a Louisiana Seafood Marketing and Promotion Board.
Nungesser will also have a event to accommodate with several major governors via a nation who will be in assemblage for a NLGA discussion via a week.
Lt. Governor Nungesser will also give a personal testimony to a USITC in preference of maintaining a stream anti transfer orders that have been placed on shrimp in a U.S. The seafood attention employs scarcely 43,000 people in a state. Louisiana shrimpers locate some-more than 50 million pounds of shrimp annually, with landed values typically surpassing $200 million.
Before a orders were imposed, foul traded imports from Brazil, China, India, Thailand, and Vietnam flooded a U.S. marketplace and gathering prices down to dangerously low levels for a families and businesses that rest on shrimping for their livelihoods.
The USITC instituted orders on dumped shrimp that have kept poignant volumes of foul traded shrimp out of a marketplace given 2005, permitting a domestic attention to contest fairly. Lt. Governor Nungesser is testifying to keep those orders total to strengthen a Louisiana families’ livelihoods.