Louisiana was promised the “gold standard” in ethics reform when Gov. Bobby Jindal took office, but a new report card out gives the state an “F” in policies meant to root out corruption.

The Center for Public Integrity graded each state on access to public information, ethics enforcement, government accountability and other measures.

Overall, the state ranked 41st in CPI’s 2015 State Integrity Investigation.Michigan was ranked the lowest, and Alaska received the highest marking with a “C” average.

You can see how each state ranked here.

Read about Louisiana’s ranking from The Advocate’s Mark Ballard here, via the Center for Public Integrity.