Gov. Jindal announces changes to his office staff
BATON ROUGE - The staff reshuffling continues in Gov. Bobby Jindal's office, after the exit of the governor's chief of staff shifted people to different jobs in the administration.
Jindal announced Friday that Taylor Teepell will work as deputy chief of staff; Matt Parker will be legislative affairs director; and Anthony Ramirez will be intergovernmental affairs director, working with local government agencies.
The changes take effect Oct. 15. All three men are moving up from other roles in the governor's office.
Teepell and Parker are the brother and brother-in-law of Jindal's top political consultant, Timmy Teepell.
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