"To make sure that other Louisianians can continue to pursue their dreams right here at home and that others can move to this great state," Jindal said. "We need to make sure we're providing the training and the skilled workers that businesses need to continue to expand."
Jindal said they will also aggressively push legislation that would crack down on the horrific crime of human trafficking.
"Too many victims feel like they're voiceless," Jindal says. "We are going to work together to sound a loud message that help is on the way. And to those that dare to victimize our women and our children, they'd better not do it in the state of Louisiana."
Jindal also said he'll be working with lawmakers to make sure we have a predictable fair, legal environment in Louisiana.
He closed by telling the legislature he wants children and grandchildren in this state to have no doubt that Louisiana is a land of opportunity.
"That's the whole reason we're starting this session," says Jindal. "I look forward to working with you to make sure every child in Louisiana is able to pursue the American Dream in this great state."