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Indian-American Wins La. Governorship

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Indian-American Wins La. Governorship

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Indian-American Wins La. Governorship

Indian-American Wins La. Governorship

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Bobby Jindal, a Republican, is the state's first non-white governor since Reconstruction and the nation's first Indian-American executive. Jan Moller of the New Orleans Times-Picayune talks about Jindal's plans for Louisiana.

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