LHSAA Sues Government Over Spending by Ex-Commish

Questionable spending by Tommy Henry, the former longtime commissioner of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, has forced the group to sue the U.S. government in an effort to recover federal employment taxes, interest and related penalties. The Baton Rouge Advocate reports that the LHSAA is seeking a refund of more than $12,000 that the association paid the Internal Revenue Service in December, contending that the taxes, interest and penalties were "erroneously or illegally assessed and collected," according to the complaint filed in Baton Rouge federal court.

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