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Conservative rhetoric about contraception is often negative and out of step with the opinions and experiences of most Americans.
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After six weeks of unproductive meetings and conference calls, the stand-off between pro-and anti-Common Core camps in Louisiana escalated Tuesday.
Yesterday | NOLA.com
A two-year-old voter discrimination case against the state of Louisiana regarding Baton Rouge city judge voting districts heads to trail in federal court Monday, Aug. 4, 2014.
Yesterday | WAFB-TV Baton Rouge
A family with four small children has learned they had been living in a house with toxic chemicals for three years.
Louisiana's state school board has jumped into a lawsuit against Gov. Bobby Jindal that accuses the governor of illegally meddling in education policy through his efforts to block Common Core education standards.
The fight over Common Core got hotter with dueling lawsuits. On Tuesday afternoon, The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted 6- 4 to join a lawsuit filed by parents and teachers against Governor Bobby Jindal.
BATON ROUGE - The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education has voted to join a lawsuit challenging Gov. Bobby Jindal's order blocking the board from using a vendor to purchase an accountability test for this school year.
What does President Obama's executive actions have to do with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's Common Core behavior? How is the Jindal's attack on Common Core contract related to the recent controversy involving his Superintendent of State Police Mike Edmonson? WGSO Radio talk show host, Jeff Crouere, and Bayoubuzz publisher, Stephen Sabludowsky, ... (more)
YOUR DAY ON THE HILL: Two members of the House Education and the Workforce Committee will introduce a bill that would close a tax loophole lawmakers say hurts long-term student borrowers.
Louisiana's state school board is holding a special meeting to consider whether to sue Gov. Bobby Jindal in an ongoing dispute over the Common Core education standards.
"[Gov. Bobby Jindal is] just trying to keep the balls in the air long enough that he can exit the stage and have them come crashing down on somebody behind him."
What if they held a presidential campaign and a think tank broke out? House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, who is considering running for president, offered his thoughts on poverty last week .
State Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain inherited a $98 million debt load from his predecessor when he took office in 2008.
The Gov. Bobby Jindal Administration looks like it may heave a sigh of relief on the budget front with the news that its plan to privatize operations at all but one of the state's charity hospitals looks to come in well under budget - and aggravate the critics of the deal to no end.
The recent commentary of Robert Scott with the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana is a disappointment.
While Superintendent of Education John White wrestles with Gov. Bobby Jindal over continuing to use Common Core and purchasing a test to assess student learning, he says he's being "unfairly targeted" by members of the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and board watchers.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:09 pm
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