Recent News About Louisiana Chemical Association
NEW ORLEANS – After having the permit for its proposal for an expansion of a cyanide plant in Waggaman denied by the Jefferson Parish council, Cornerstone Chemical is suing the parish.
The Louisiana Chemical Association (LCA) is suing the Louisiana Pilotage Fee Commission, claiming the agency failed to take the proper steps when deciding on pilots' pay, a recent posting on the Advocate said.
The Louisiana Chemical Association is awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit that has been filed by plaintiffs who are alleging the LaPlace chemical plant is causing health complications for those who live in the range of its emissions.
Let science determine fate of suit alleging LaPlace plant is causing cancer, Louisiana Chemical Association says
A lawsuit prompted by the health concerns of 13 residents living near a chemical plant in LaPlace has been allowed to continue in U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, a recent Louisiana Records article said.
BATON ROUGE — The Louisiana Chemical Association (LCA) is proceeding with a lawsuit to challenge a shift in the state’s tax laws that are designed to raise tens of millions of dollars to help balance the state budget.