Survey: Most Louisianians support criminal justice and Medicaid reform

Dr. Michael Henderson is the director of the Public Policy Research Lab at LSU. | Photo Source: LSU Manship School News Service

By Ryan Noonan & Kaylee Poche

A survey by the LSU Public Policy Research Lab found that a majority of Louisiana residents support criminal justice reform and Medicaid expansion, two major policies pushed by the John Bel Edwards administration.

The survey comes at a time when legislators are considering proposals to scale back last year’s changes in criminal justice and cut funding for some Medicaid programs.

Read the story in KALB-TV/kalb.com.

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