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The "Good Book" could become the official book of Louisiana if a bill sent to the state's legislature passes in a vote that could come as early as this week.
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The Louisiana House voted 66-27 on Tuesday to keep the state's unconstitutional sodomy ban under Louisiana's crimes against nature law.
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Regulations will be tightened on explosives licenses in Louisiana, in response to the discovery of millions of pounds of improperly stored military propellant at Camp Minden.
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Louisiana could have its own, less stringent plan for implementing the Environmental Protection Agency's limits on carbon dioxide emissions, under a proposal that got the approval Tuesday of the state Senate Environmental Quality Committee.
Rep. Steve Pylant's effort to brand tiny towns that get more than half their annual income from speeding tickets with the moniker has failed to get the backing of the state House.
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Unmanned aircraft would be limited on Louisiana private property if lawmakers agree to a bill that won the support of a Senate judiciary committee Tuesday.
Louisiana State Police Superintendent Col. Mike Edmonson supports a bill that would have Louisiana driver's licenses comply with the federal regulations, known as REAL ID.
TUPELO, Miss. -- BancorpSouth Insurance Services Inc., a subsidiary of BancorpSouth Bank, has agreed to acquire the assets of Lafayette-based Knox Insurance Group LLC. Financial terms of the pending transaction were not disclosed.
I believe Congressman McAllister, R-5th District, has broken one of God's laws but has broken no laws for which he can be criminally prosecuted by our government or society.
Politicians, parents and teachers opposed to the education standards known as Common Core rallied in Baton Rouge on Sept.
An audit finds the state agency charged with protecting children in abuse and neglect situations has fewer workers, more cases and has failed to follow its own policies.
Louisiana lawmakers are a step closer to making the Holy Bible the "official state book of Louisiana."
Re: "It's time for a new strategy in war on heroin," Opinions, April 10. It was unusual to read Lauren-Brooke Eisen's well-reasoned and intelligent article on the subjects of health care and crime prevention printed in a newspaper in a state that mandates teaching creationism as sciA entific fact, issues public paid tuition vouchers to private ... (more)
The McNeese Banners Cultural Series was among the winners announced by Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne for the 2014 Louisiana Culture Awards.
The watch, which includes Calcasieu, Beauregard, Allen, Cameron, Jeff Davis and Vermilion parishes, will remain in effect until 9 p.m. Monday.