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Gov. Christie's statement this week dismissing a New York Republican gubernatorial candidate's campaign as a "lost cause" prompted the candidate, Rob Astorino, to suggest that Christie step down as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
Motorists who are caught drinking and driving are facing changes -- sometimes harsher penalties -- with state laws passed during the latest session of the Louisiana Legislature and signed by Gov. Bobby Jindal.
The ongoing dispute between the state's top public education officials and the governor's office over Gov. Bobby Jindal's efforts to keep the Department of Education from using a Common Core-related test branched into new territory Thursday.
The latest meeting of a south Louisiana flood board that stirred political turmoil with a lawsuit against the oil and gas industry is taking place amid uncertainty over the future of the lawsuit - and the board's own membership.
It may be State Police Chief Mike Edmonson's job to protect Gov. Bobby Jindal, but simple manners still require a big thank-you.
In case citizens were wondering where the impasse over higher standards and appropriate student testing is headed, it is now abundantly clear.
Louisiana Delta Community College received approval to proceed with two major construction projects by the Louisiana State Bond Commission and can begin next year.
State Superintendent John White told the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education that the Jindal administration's allegations are unfounded and motivated by political opposition to the Common Core academic standards, according to a report in the Advocate.
Louisiana's current starring role as "Hollywood South" received hesitant but positive reviews this week when Mashable published an article examining the state's growing movie production industry.
Bobby Jindal once gave a speech disturbing TV entertainer-commentator Jon Stewart to the point of satiric torture, which is to say, the speech wasn't just a little awful, but laughably awful.
One of the suspects in last month's Bourbon Street shooting that killed one person and injured nine others will appear in court Wednesday.
It's been almost a year since Indiana and Pennsylvania officially withdrew from national Common Core tests, but testing organization still lists the two states as members on its Web site.
From the major multinational oil companies to small independent operators, rivers of campaign contributions have flowed to the state capitol.
Two years ago, Jindal visited a charter school operated by the Choice Foundation, a nonprofit organization that manages a chain of charter schools in Louisiana.
A group led by parents and others filed a lawsuit Tuesday morning that accuses Gov. Bobby Jindal of illegally trying to derail Common Core and the exams that go with it.
A group of teachers, parents and a charter school management organization filed suit on Tuesday arguing that Gov. Bobby Jindal's interference in the Department of Education's testing is illegal and unconstitutional.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 05:16 am
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