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Gov. Bobby Jindal's decision to reject the expansion of Medicaid looks worse and worse.
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Two words, "Early days," were the refrain from a lead Shell Oil official during a late October interview at an open house unveiling a then proposed $12.5 billion gas-to-liquids plant in Ascension Parish.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter may be playing coy by announcing that he'll soon announce whether he plans to run for governor in 2015, but even his pre-announcement provides a certain measure of clarity.
When Zagis USA built a $20 million mill in Lacassine, state officials said it planned a second mill for about $55 million.
The Governor of Louisiana called me last night. I was just about to doze off when the phone rang.
People inside and outside Louisiana have the right to question whether the state has a commitment to higher education, state Rep. John Bel Edwards said Thursday.
Shell last night pulled the plug on a 12billion scheme to turn gas into jet fuel - and ruled out doing any work in the area in the whole of the US.
Royal Dutch Shell has decided to abandon plans to build a massive $12.5 billion plant in Louisiana that would have turned natural gas into liquid fuels like diesel.
By turning down federal funds under the Affordable Care Act to expand Medicaid, Louisiana will lose $1.65 billion in 2022, or more than twice as much as it is projected to receive in federal highway and transportation funds, according to a new study .
Before Rep. Vance McAllister won a special election last month to represent Louisiana's 5th Congressional District, the 39-year-old businessman had not only never run for public office, but never stepped foot in the nation's capital.
The Association of Levee Boards of Louisiana includes representatives of the state's levee districts and levee authorities.
Louisiana's higher education commissioner said Wednesday that he won't seek a contract renewal when his current deal as the state's chief policy leader for public colleges ends in March.
Under pressure to cut costs, state universities and lawmakers across the nation are going after one of the oldest traditions in the academic world: the professor's cherished sabbatical.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter emailed supporters that he would soon decide whether to run for governor in 2015, but Louisiana Democrats are already targeting him.
Sen. David Vitter says he will make an announcement in January about whether he'll run for governor in 2015.