BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) -
The House of Representatives pushed back until tomorrow a vote on whether or not to override Governor Jindal's veto of the four cent tax on a pack of cigarettes.
Even though Governor Jindal vetoed keeping the State's 4 cent tax on cigarettes on the books - there's still a chance it could happen.
That's after a serious effort in the legislature to override the Governor's strike of the veto pen.
The bill would take the 4 cent tax on cigarettes that was set to expire - and make it permanent.
Governor Jindal vetoed the bill late Sunday because he says any extension to the tax - would mean a new tax. Jindal saying quote "I have made a commitment to the taxpayers of Louisiana to oppose all attempts to raise taxes.
After reconvening Tuesday afternoon - there was talk the vote to over ride the veto would happen. For the over ride - it would take 25 votes in the senate - and 70 in the house.