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    The Coming End Of Elio Motors Proves That Louisiana Needs To Take A New Approach To Economic Development

The Coming End Of Elio Motors Proves That Louisiana Needs To Take A New Approach To Economic Development

Remember Elio Motors? They’re the startup company that was supposed to build 3 wheeled cars in the old GM factory in Shreveport. But it looks like Elio Motors is closer

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    BRIGGS: Will Trump Help Independent Operators In The Gulf Of Mexico?

BRIGGS: Will Trump Help Independent Operators In The Gulf Of Mexico?

The Louisiana economy needs a kick start, not a kick in the teeth. Unfortunately, the outgoing Obama Administration is making a last gasp effort to hit us where it hurts

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    SCALISE: Obama Should Roll Back Those Outdated Regulations He Talked About In His State Of The Union Speech

SCALISE: Obama Should Roll Back Those Outdated Regulations He Talked About In His State Of The Union Speech

Today, President Barack Obama visits Baton Rouge to continue his State of the Union tour and discuss his agenda for the last year of his term. As we saw Tuesday

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    Here Is The Obama Administration’s Christmas Present To America

Here Is The Obama Administration’s Christmas Present To America

This year for Christmas, everyone is getting a little something from the Obama administration. The gift: 1,200 new regulations before the end of 2014! An analysis by the Daily Caller, more

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    EPA Regulations Will Destroy This Louisiana Peach Orchard

EPA Regulations Will Destroy This Louisiana Peach Orchard

In the northern Louisiana city of Ruston, the new Environmental Protection Agency slew of regulations, disguised as “fighting climate change,” are a killer, literally. A peach orchard in Ruston, known

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    EPA Defends $2.1 Billion Annual Regulations Pricetag

EPA Defends $2.1 Billion Annual Regulations Pricetag

In the contest for most abusive bureaucratic power, the EPA takes the top prize time and time again.  Last Spring, the department announced its plans to unveil absurd restrictions on emissions for

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