Here we go again. In just a few weeks, the Legislature will be back in session. It has only been a month or so since they met and addressed the
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It’s possible. Here was a statement on Facebook by Baton Rouge’s congressman Garret Graves last week after news broke that IEM, the company winning the bid to be the main
Today, Governor John Bel Edwards was in Ruston touring the Monster Moto factory. .@LouisianaGov Looks like the Monster Moto mini bike would be better fit for your son. @FirstLadyOfLA #lagov
The Governor’s number one goal for this session is “tax reform.” I agree that it is a long overdue concept. Where we differ is in definition. It would seem by
We already discussed, last week, the $500-700 million gasoline tax hike idea which is supposed to fund road improvements through a replenishing of the Transportation Trust Fund, which spends a
This is from KEEL, 710 AM in Shreveport, yesterday, and it’s Republican state representative Alan Seabaugh of Shreveport reacting to word of the tax package being prepared by Gov. John
We get the impression that this will be a massive political dud and that it will die quickly in the
We’re asking, because one might come to that impression based on the bill he’s considering filing for the upcoming legislative
Editor’s Note: An update, with the joint statement by the governor and Edmonson, is at the bottom of this post.
It’s almost like we were right in saying it was stupid to take that money. Hmmmmm. Isn’t this interesting? Gov.
A radio talk host on 710 KEEL in Shreveport blasted the John Bel Edwards jailbreak agenda earlier today. “Should we
It’s possible. Edmonson, who has been the LSP’s superintendent since January of 2008, had what’s described as a “regularly-scheduled” meeting
…and one wonders if he knows what he’s doing. At issue here was Edwards’ attempt to require protected status for
On Monday, Scott broke the story of Robbie Gatti, who is the brother of State Senator Ryan Gatti, appearing in
Of the three special elections to fill vacated seats in the Louisiana legislature, the one for District 42, which was
Not even 24 hours after the latest budget deal was enacted, John Fail Edwards was already releasing his budget outline
In the United States, an individual is considered innocent until the government proves them guilty by a specified burden of
In a result that was entirely predictable, Louisiana’s Medicaid expansion will cover more people and ultimately cost the state more
This clip comes courtesy of John Schroder’s campaign for state treasurer, as it’s Schroder’s signature moment to put himself on