The Louisiana legislature is debating legislation that would allow the governor to override state Supreme Court rulings on a $8.6 million new prison to be built in New York City, but critics are worried that it would give the governor a legal right to build the new prison in the first place.
The Louisiana Legislature is debating a bill that would make it legal for the governor of Louisiana to ignore Supreme Court decisions on the issue of whether the state can build a new prison on land owned by the state.
The bill is expected to pass the state House and the Senate on Tuesday.
The issue is not new.
In February, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the state of Louisiana must build a prison on a land owned jointly by the federal government and the state, and the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the state’s efforts to build a second prison.
Bobby Jindal said he supports the new federal prison.
The legislature passed the bill after a special session that drew more than 100,000 people to Baton Rouge.
The New York Times reports that some lawmakers are worried the new legislation will allow the state to override a lower court ruling that could have saved the prison.
It is unclear if the bill will become law.
“It is possible that if you are a state senator, you are going to vote in favor,” Rep. Steve Stivers, R-New Orleans, told the Times.
“We have to remember that the U,S.
is the largest debtor state in the country, the second largest debtor nation in the world.
We have debt.
We need to pay the debt.”
New York state, where there are about 400 inmates at the state prison at the time of the lawsuit, could be the only state to build such a new jail.
The legislation has been met with skepticism in New Jersey, where New York Gov.
Chris Christie has vetoed several attempts to expand the state prisons.
The U.K. has also faced opposition to its plans to build prisons in the U: prison, which would hold about 200 inmates.
New Jersey Gov.
John Wisniewski, who is considering a run for the White House, said in March that the plan to build an additional state prison was “unacceptable.”
estimates that the population of the U., which includes prisoners from Africa and other parts of the world, exceeds 1.6 billion people.