Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law Thursday legislation aimed at ending debate over when a restaurant becomes a bar operating in violation of state law. The legislation was one of 72 bills that became law with the governorís signature Thursday.
Jindal also vetoed his first bill from the just-ended regular session ó a measure that would have reduced the amount of personal financial information some elected officials would have to report.
The Louisiana Family Forum and some New Orleans neighborhood organizations had encouraged Jindal to veto the restaurant legislation, Senate Bill 136.