Caught a gator? New bill would allow restaurants to cook it for you

By Jack Richards

BATON ROUGE — Forget budget deficits, tax credits, discrimination and Real ID, Louisiana restaurants may soon be able to whip up freshly caught alligator dishes brought to the chefs by the diner.

House Bill 188, reported out of the Senate Natural Resources Committee Thursday, would includes alligator in the state’s Catch and Cook program.

Read the story in The Shreveport Times