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11 min ago | NOLA.com
Gov. Bobby Jindal's 2 percent showing in Saturday's CPAC straw poll wouldn't be so significant if he weren't trying to be the most conservative politician he could be.
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2 hrs ago | BayouBuzz.com
Now that the Mardi Gras parades are history, rumor has it that spring is floating about and turning the corner bringing warmer temperatures, soon.
6 hrs ago | The Town Talk
State lawmakers today enter an almost three-month session in which almost anything but taxes can and will be discussed.
FILED 1577 BILLS OVER THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS. WITH TOPICS RANGING FROM GUN CONTROL -- TO EDUCATION -- TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
Decisions involving marijuana, Common Core, tort reform, gun control and the minimum wage await legislators at the State Capitol this year.
States run by Republican governors and legislatures are slowly adopting the Medicaid expansion under ObamaCare, boosting Democratic hopes they can run on the issue in the midterm elections.
A new labor union research report offers a scathing indictment of how Obamacare affects middle-class workers.
For 20 years I have promoted a tax on oil and gas imported into Louisiana for processing.
For the past two years, Louisiana educators have grappled with drastic changes to their tenure benefits and evaluation system.
It was rather amusing to see so many of Gov. Bobby Jindal's home-state critics, including Advocate editorialists, get the vapors recently when Jindal dared criticize President Barack Obama while standing on the very grounds of the White House.
Gov. Bobby Jindal placed 10th in the annual presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference in Washington D.C. There were 25 potential candidates on the ballot.
Louisiana's budget worries have lessened as the state's income has started to rebound from the recession, giving lawmakers more breathing room to bicker over other issues as they kick off their annual legislative session Monday.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is backing new restrictions on abortion providers in Louisiana.
MoveOn is running ads in southern states where Republican governors, for reasons that are beyond my grasp, have refused the free Medicaid money that would probably guarantee their reelections.
Two speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week likened Attorney General Eric Holder to segregationist Alabama Gov. George Wallace.
State Reps. Frank Hoffmann, Bubba Chaney and Katrina Jackson talk with Ouachita Parish Schools Superintendent Bob Webber, far left, at the Call to Prayer for the legislative delegation at Mount Zion Baptist Church on Friday.