CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
CITY HALL: July 7, 2022
CALENDAR NO. 33,808
NO. _________________ MAYOR COUNCIL SERIES
BY: COUNCILMEMBERS GREEN, KING AND THOMAS (BY REQUEST)
AN ORDINANCE to amend and reordain Section 147-2 of the Code of the City of New Orleans regulations pertaining to the City’s use of surveillance technology; and otherwise to provide with respect thereto.
SECTION 1. THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS HEREBY ORDAINS, That Section 147-2 of the Code of the City of New Orleans is hereby amended and reordained to read as follows:
“Chapter 147 - Surveillance Technology and Data Protection
Section 147-2. – Prohibited Surveillance Technology.
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DELIVERED TO THE MAYOR ON ____________________
RETURNED BY THE MAYOR ON ____________________ AT ____________________
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ROLL CALL VOTE:
New National Poll: Louisiana Blames Biden for Rising Prices and Worry Biden-Backed Antitrust Proposals Will Worsen Inflation
BATON ROUGE, La. – A new poll conducted by Echelon Insights and released by NetChoice, a trade association committed to making the internet safe for free enterprise and free expression, found that Louisiana voters blame President Biden for soaring inflation and are worried that antitrust proposals like Sen. Klobuchar’s S. 2992, which is backed by President Biden and Senator John Kennedy, will continue to raise prices even further.
“Louisiana voters want Congress - especially Sens. Kennedy and Cassidy - to prioritize inflation and economic instability, not Beltway-born antitrust proposals that could raise prices,” said Steve DelBianco, President & CEO of NetChoice. “69% of Louisiana thinks our country is heading in the wrong direction, and 60% of voters say Congress should focus on fixing the economy — the last thing Congress should be doing is spending time on legislation that only 1% of the population nationally sees as a priority.”
Nationally, the poll revealed 85% of Americans said they are at least somewhat concerned about tech antitrust proposals increasing prices and that 40% of GOP-leaning voters and 37% of Democrat-leaning voters said they are “extremely concerned” about such proposals making inflation worse.
Additional Louisiana voter highlights from the Echelon Insights poll include:
1. 60% of Louisianians say the economy and inflation are the biggest issues facing the nation followed by crime and public safety (23%), gun control (20%) and immigration (18%).
2. 66% of Louisiana voters are concerned proposals to regulate tech will make inflation worse.
3. 63% are concerned new regulations will make it easier for politicians to pressure tech to serve their political interests. 55% are concerned about regulations making tech harder to use.
4. Regulating the tech industry is the lowest policy priority for American voters today – less than 1% of Americans responded that they think the government should prioritize regulating tech, which is less than the margin of error.
5. When asked specifically about priorities for tech, 45% want privacy and security online. Only 6% of Louisianians said that antitrust is a priority for them on tech.
6. Louisianans trust the free market (63%) more than the government (15%) to come up with solutions for improving competition. 69% of Louisiana Republicans trust the free market, rather than the government, to improve competition in tech.
7. 75% say Congress should learn more about tech companies before trying to regulate them.
This poll was conducted between June 17-24, 2022 among 9,227 U.S. registered voters: a national sample of 2,031 plus 530 additional interviews in Alabama, 260 in Alaska, 724 in Arizona, 419 in Arkansas, 957 in Florida, 641 in Indiana, 420 in Kansas, 534 in Louisiana, 379 in Montana, 443 in Mississippi, 877 in North Carolina, 249 in North Dakota, 396 in South Dakota, and 975 in Texas. The interviews were conducted online, and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of adults based on gender, educational attainment, age, race, and region. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 2.1 percentage points. Attached is a one pager summary and the full poll for download.
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