Guillot cleared to work with state
BATON ROUGE (AP) — The Louisiana Board of Ethics has decided that the company of a member of the state’s top school board can continue its work with the labor department.
Members of the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education aren’t supposed to enter into any contracts with state government under a law Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration passed in 2008.
BESE member Jay Guillot, of Ruston, sought guidance from the ethics board about his company, Hunt, Guillot and Associates, participating in the Incumbent Worker Training Program, run through the labor department.