Jindal faces trouble in home state
BATON ROUGE- Governor Bobby Jindal is facing trouble in Louisiana, even he gives advice on how the GOP can regroup and looks to position himself to be a national party front man.
The new head of the Republican Governors Association has made a series of cuts to health services and colleges, drawing criticism from affected constituents and Republicans who say he's not cut enough.
Recent polls also suggest that Jindal's job performance rating has fallen below 50 percent just over a year after he was re-elected without serious opposition.
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