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Steadily and without much legislative resistance, nails are being driven into the coffin of the coastal damages lawsuit against major oil companies brought by what is supposed to be an independent regional flood protection authority.
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The Senate unanimously agreed to rework the laws governing disputes over how to handle the clean-up of environmental damage done in drilling years ago.
Along with uncertainty for parents , Louisiana's school voucher court cases have bred uncertainty for private schools that enroll a large number of state-funded pupils.
Debate on a bill involving the state's coastal protection fund allowed legislators to let off some steam Tuesday about Gov. Bobby Jindal's state budget writing.
More than 40 years ago, psychiatry professor Lester Grinspoon wrote a groundbreaking book on marijuana that the New York Times dubbed at the time "the best dope on pot."
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE Supreme Court last week heard arguments challenging New Hampshire's education tax credit program, which uses taxpayer dollars to fund religious schools in violation of the New Hampshire Constitution.
In this Nov. 2013, photo newly-elected Rep. Vance McAllister, a Republican of Louisiana, waits to be sworn in at the Capitol in Washington.
Mary Landrieu is one of the most vulnerable Senate Democratic incumbents, and her difficult reelection challenges - like those of other endangered Dems - are said to be all about Obamacare.
An unholy alliance between the Tea Party and the teachers' unions threatens to derail the most promising education reform in decades.
But no candidate has experienced a change in fortune as dramatic as Sen. Marco Rubio .
Breaux said he will testify Wednesday when state Sen. Ben Nevers brings up legislation that would let Louisiana voters decide the issue.
Of the 432 members today serving in the House of Representatives , he is 429th in seniority, having won a special election barely five months ago.
Email ideas for this column to email@example.com MINDEN - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in March ordered the U.S. Department of the Army to dispose of 15 million pounds of abandoned explosives and propellant stored on the grounds of Camp Minden in Webster Parish.
Widhalm is the executive director of the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts in Natchitoches.
The ongoing battle over the fate of Common Core is driving another split between Gov. Bobby Jindal and his key allies in education - this time over his claim that he has the power to unilaterally scrap student testing at the heart of the new standards.