Jan Moller of Louisiana Budget Project will speak on State Fiscal and Tax Policy
Jan Moller is director of the Louisiana Budget Project, which monitors and reports on state government spending and how it affects Louisiana’s low- to moderate-income families. He is an award-winning journalist formerly with the New Orleans Times-Picayune’s state capital bureau, where he covered the state budget, health-care policy, higher education and races for Louisiana governor and U.S. Senate seats. Prior to that, he covered local and national politics at the Las Vegas Review-Journal and co-authored with Jack Anderson the syndicated “Washington Merry-Go-Round” column that appeared in more than 300 newspapers nationwide. As an investigative reporter, Moller’s work led to reforms in Louisiana’s nursing home regulation and uncovered ethics violations by city officials in Nevada. A native of Sweden, Moller was raised in Pittsburgh, PA, and is a graduate of The American University in Washington, D.C.
Feb 17, 2017
Tana Stevenson, Member highlight
I will speak about how some of my military experiences shaped me. U.S. Air Force from 1988 - 2008.
Feb 24, 2017