BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The Outback Steakhouse restaurant chain is scrapping plans to serve imported shrimp in Louisiana. Bruce Attinger, a partner in the Florida-based company, said Wednesday that the company had planned to begin selling less costly foreign shrimp next month. Attinger said he decided that was a bad idea after he heard about hardships of the state's industry - which is struggling to compete against the imported product. Gov. Bobby Jindal, who called a news conference at the Governor's Mansion to announce the company's decision, said he hopes other restaurant chains will also commit to selling Louisiana shrimp.