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State delegates set to speak in Bossier City

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BOSSIER CITY, La. - The Legislative Wrap Up gets underway today in Bossier City, hosted by the Bossier Chamber of Commerce. It's a time for the Northwest Louisiana's business community to gather and hear a recap of the 2014 Legislative Session.

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce represents over 900 businesses throughout the region and recognizes the importance of business and government working together for a stronger economy. The Legislative Wrap Up was created to keep the business community informed on new laws and regulations and how they might impact businesses. Among the hot topics to be front and center are education, workforce development and economic impact. Featured panelists include: Henry Burns, Roy Burrell, Eugene Reynolds, Jeff Thompson, Patrick Williams, Sherri Buffington, Alan Seabaugh and Robert Adley.

Today's event is at Hilton Garden Inn, on Old Minden Road, Bossier City from 11:30am until 1pm.  Registration begins at 11am.
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