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  1. Witnesses say shooting near shopping center leaves 2 injuredRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | KPLC-TV Lake Charles

    ... injection in 2012, but his execution was delayed after questions about his intelligence surfaced. Governor Bobby Jindal is asking for $24 million to continue to fund a pay raise for Louisiana State Troopers statewide. While it's good news for State ...


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    3 hrs ago | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    The threat of closure for a 26-year-old business program that helps small businesses apply for government contracts appears to have been averted. Gov. Bobby Jindal included the $185,000 needed to save the Louisiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center, known as PTAC, in his budget proposal for next year.6 Though the state financing needed for PTAC is small, questions were raised about its survival because Louisiana is grappling with a $1.6 billion budget shortfall.


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    6 hrs ago | KPLC-TV Lake Charles

    ... Monday night in the Feb. 21 homicide investigation of a 73-year-old Lake Arthur man. While part of Governor Bobby Jindal's budget plan means several state agencies will lay off state workers - others will add to their ranks and get raises. State ...


  4. Awakening to the damage done by teachers' unionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | Washington Examiner

    When conservatives think of education reform, they tend to regard it as their own fight. They bring up the charter and voucher programs promoted by Republicans such as Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.


  5. GOP 2016 contenders already starting to battle it outRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2014 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    ... Chris Christie gracing the cover of a magazine in an illustration of him kissing a baby's head, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal suggested the party needs bold leaders, not showmen. Whether it was an intentional shot at Christie or not, the looming 2016 ...


  6. Jindal budget links college financing to uncertain proposalsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KATC-TV Lafayette

    Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget hasn't eased concerns that Louisiana's colleges could face steep cuts next year because the proposal relies on financing plans that appear far from certain to gain passage with lawmakers. Much of the funding Jindal proposes to pay for higher education, $372 million, is dependent on the scale-back of certain tax break programs, which would need legislative approval.


  7. Cutting funding - at what cost?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Flat Hat

    ... Wisconsin is calling for a $300 million cut to higher education in his state over the next two years. Governor Bobby Jindal aims to reduce Louisiana's contribution to public universities by $141 million next year. Both men are considering a 2016 ...


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    10 hrs ago | The Advocate

    Even Gov. Bobby Jindal's top aides have been highly critical of some of the tax credit programs they administer, such as the state's heavy subsidy of the film industry and its so-called Enterprise Zone program, which has forced Louisianians to help cover the cost of putting retail stores and restaurants in wealthy neighborhoods. But both of those programs, curiously, were left untouched by the scalpel Jindal took to state giveaway programs in the budget proposal his administration unveiled Friday.


  9. Louisiana higher education commissioner talks state budget cuts: Three takeaways Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    Louisiana's Higher Education Commissioner Joseph Rallo talked to the Baton Rouge Press Club about state budget cuts on March 2, 2015. Louisiana higher education commissioner Joseph Rallo said the state's colleges and universities still face daunting financial hurdles next year, in spite of Gov. Bobby Jindal 's recent suggestions for closing the schools' funding gap.


  10. 2016 Campaign Playlist: Potential Presidential Candidates Pick Their Theme SongsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said he'd probably go with one of his favorite tunes, "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor. "It's about an underdog taking on big challenges," Jindal said in an interview at the Conservative Political Action Conference.


  11. Our Views: Three cases of weaknessRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Advocate

    ... differs in opinion and political outlook, but it is apparently enough to sway those, including Vitter and Gov. Bobby Jindal, who initially backed higher standards. People on the left, and these include many union-backed elected members of school ...


  12. Britain's Muslims Still Feel The Need To Explain ThemselvesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | WGBH

    ... their students. And in January, a Fox News analyst falsely described it as a no-go zone for non-Muslims; Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana later used the same phrase. It's one of Britain's most diverse cities, where the percentage of people who don't ...


  13. LSU President F. King Alexander says there's 'hope on the horizon" to prevent budget cuts: videoRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune

    ... administration are working together to stop the nearly $570 million reduction to higher education funding. Gov. Bobby Jindal on Friday released his executive budget that called for refundable tax credits to be scale back, which would largely go to ...


  14. Lawmakers: Businesses must sacrifice for higher edRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The News-Star

    ... blanket on this, but I've heard today that higher ed is short $211 million or $111 million, which means (Gov. Bobby Jindal) did a good job in presenting his proposed budget Friday," said state Rep. Jim Fannin, R-Jonesboro, whose committee is charged ...


  15. 'Eye of the Tiger' would be a fitting campaign theme song, Bobby Jindal tells ABC NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Advocate

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal hasn't announced a run for the 2016 presidential nomination, but he recently told ABC News , if he does run, Survivor's " Eye of the Tiger " has a shot at becoming his campaign theme song. "It's about an underdog taking on big challenges," Jindal reportedly told ABC News in an interview at CPAC last week.


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    13 hrs ago | WNOE-FM New Orleans

    After months of worry that Louisiana's colleges would face steep cuts next year, campuses remain in a precarious position with the release of Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget. Much of the funding Jindal proposes to pay for higher education, $372 million, is dependent on uncertain tax credit changes.


  17. Jimmy Carter: Quinessential world statesmanRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Pravda

    ... that now even Christians have conjoined the ignorant anti-Carter pejorative. A while back, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a professed Christian, went public with the 'Carter' analogy in his off-handed and oblique attempt to criticize the current ...


  18. Bobby Jindal's budget tricksRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Best of New Orleans

    So now Bobby Jindal favors a cigarette tax hike. Of course, he won't spin it that way, but there's no denying he offered lawmakers that option last week as part of his plan to cover the state's projected $1.6 billion revenue shortfall in the fiscal year that begins July 1. Problem is, the cigarette tax as proposed by Jindal won't help offset even a small part of the state's monumental deficit.


  19. proposed budgetRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | The Advocate

    State Superintendent of Education John White said Monday he is concerned that Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget proposal will exclude dollars for standardized tests, which he said could cost Louisiana $800 million in federal aid. Jindal, whose office disputed the comments, is set to unveil Friday his spending plans for the budget year that begins on July 1. White said that, while he has not heard anything official, he has gotten questions from reporters and others about chances that Jindal's budget will exclude state funds for future testing.


  20. Quote of the week: Gov. Bobby JindalRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Best of New Orleans

    "If you turn [your recorder] off, I'll tell you what I really think about him." - Gov. Bobby Jindal to the National Journal's Karyn Bruggeman , speaking of U.S. Sen. David Vitter .