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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was in Bayou Corne Monday afternoon to hold a news conference on the current status of the giant sinkhole in Grand Bayou.
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Back in their day, the tea party folks were riding high, fueling indignation over alleged government-run death panels, a treasonous Federal Reserve and the like.
David A. Pickler, President of the National School Boards Association and member of Tennessee's Shelby County Board of Education, was featured in The Washington Post' s Answer Sheet today discussing the failures of school voucher schemes and the impact of the recent Louisiana Supreme Court ruling deeming their state's school voucher program ... (more)
Delgado's Culinary Arts Program faculty and students served a steady stream of hungry picnic-goers at Delgado Community College's Family Reunion Picnic Sept.
Matching federal Medicaid dollars for hospitals and nursing homes would increase under two constitutional amendments approved by the Senate Committee on Finance on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky has donated $10,000 to the New Hampshire Republican Party, stoking further speculation he is eyeing a run for president.
Gov. Scott Walker embarks on a speaking frenzy this week. He's set to keynote huge Republican gatherings in Connecticut and New York City, then head back to the Midwest to be the star of a GOP gathering in Iowa.
TOP TALKER WSJ lead story, "Higher-Ups Knew of IRS Case: Hearing Shows Obama Administration Officials Were Told in June 2012 of Probe Into Tea-Party Targeting," by John D. McKinnon, Siobhan Hughes and Damian Paletta : "The Internal Revenue Service's watchdog told top Treasury officials around June 2012 he was investigating allegations the tax ... (more)
When surveying the current legislative session in Baton Rouge a number of questions leap to mind.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will use a Saturday speech to Virginia Republicans to suggest the IRS officials who targeted conservative political organizations for scrutiny be sent to prison.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is seeking to privatize the operations of most LSU-run safety net hospitals that care for the poor and uninsured and that train many of Louisiana's medical students.
Louisiana lawmakers are considering multiple pieces of legislation relating to K-12 and higher education issues.
The 2013 legislative session in Baton Rouge is three weeks from its close on June 6 and lawmakers are steeped in debate on a number of issues, including the state budget.
Gov. Bobby Jindal shakes hands at a pro-voucher rallies on the Capitol steps May 15.
A pack of Loudoun County and 10th Congressional District Republicans will head south to Richmond this weekend to help nominate the GOP's candidates for high office in 2013 at the party's state-run convention.