Editor’s Note: A guest post by Jefferson Parish President John Young, who is running for Lt. Governor this fall. While partisan debate swirls around the state budget and spending, there
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Editor’s Note: We covered Rep. John Schroder’s HB 523 last week and called it “The Bill Everyone Will Hate;” as it turned out we were pretty close to correct. Rep.
Editor’s Note: We’re passing this along as a quality reference for our readers interested in what’s happening at the State Capitol this week; LABI is tracking the legislation most consequential
Editor’s Note: A guest column from Jim Martin, chairman of the 60 Plus Association. Recently, the president of one of Florida’s largest solar companies explained to the media, “Solar doesn’t
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne hasn’t officially launched his gubernatorial campaign yet, but that’s changing this morning. At 11:00 at Westdale Middle School in Baton Rouge, Dardenne will make his campaign
Editor’ Note: A guest post by state Rep. Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City)… Politics is a rough and tumble game. And in the age of social media, it can be a
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Louisiana is proud to invite you to its FREE 2015 Annual Crawfish Boil! This year’s
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Trent Hill of the Pelican Institute. This piece originally appeared at the Pelican Post.
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Jefferson Parish President John Young. We’ve all seen the headlines and read the news.
Editor’s Note: The following is an open letter to the citizens of Louisiana from four members of BESE and some
A guest post from Louisiana Rep. Tim Burns (R-Mandeville)… During the Puritan era, women convicted of adultery were forced to
Louisiana Family Forum is looking for Louisiana’s “Longest Married Couple” to share their story of lifetime commitment to marriage and
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Erin Kelly. Claims made by Wright in the PSC District 1 race that incumbent
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Erin Kelly. If you’ve paid attention to the Public Service Commission race in District
Editor’s Note: A guest post by Erin Kelly. In Louisiana’s Public Service Commission District 1, a race decidedly starved of
Editor’s Note: A press release from the Louisiana GOP hit some of the highlights from the Bill Cassidy event in
Editor’s Note: What follows is a transcript of Rob Maness’ prepared remarks endorsing Bill Cassidy for the Senate in the
Editor’s Note: No, we’re not calling ourselves insiders here. Instead we’ve brought in a real insider – Republican pollster Chris
Editor’s Note: What follows is a pair of letters we received touting each of the conservative Republican alternatives to the