La. city council wants AG to weigh in on term limits

03/13/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

The Slidell, La., City Council will seek an opinion on term limits from the state attorney general. Under the city charter, councilors are limited to two terms in a district seat and two terms in an at-large seat, with each term lasting four years. However, it is unclear whether councilors who have served a partial term can run for re-election twice. All nine seats are up for election this year, and the attorney general's opinion could affect three councilors.

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