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2 hrs ago | The Advocate
Gov. Bobby Jindal on Tuesday appointed former Mayor Lynn Robertson to serve as interim mayor of Port Allen in the wake of Demetric "Deedy" Slaughter's recall from office.
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4 hrs ago | NOLA.com
This June 2010 aerial photograph of Delacroix shows some of the wetlands criss-crossed by oil and gas pipelines that are the subject of a controversial damage lawsuit filed by the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East.
8 hrs ago | The Town Talk
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Baton Rouge will be the site of a coastal research center called The Water Campus that will serve as a hub for work on restoring and protecting coastal communities.
8 hrs ago | NOLA.com
Gov. Bobby Jindal expects the creation of the new 30-acre Water Campus in Baton Rouge to underscore the state's role as a major international player in the role of science and engineering in dealing with coastal water issues, including wetland and barrier island restoration and hurricane levee protection.
8 hrs ago | The Town Talk
Baton Rouge will be the site of a coastal research center called The Water Campus that will serve as a hub for work on restoring and protecting coastal communities.
12 hrs ago | New Media Journal
James Hall is a reformed, former political operative. This pundit's formal instruction in History, Philosophy and Political Science served as training for activism, on the staff of several politicians and in many campaigns.
16 hrs ago | Statesman Journal
The latest issue roiling the Republican Party is Medicaid, specifically whether Republican governors should expand Medicaid with federal Affordable Care Act money -- especially if they want to be on the GOP national ticket in 2016.
17 hrs ago | The Advocate
In a report released Monday, the Legislative Auditor's Office criticized the Jindal administration's oversight of a $363 million contract that ensures thousands of people in Louisiana receive treatment for mental health problems and substance abuse issues.
Ever since the era of Ronald Reagan, victorious Republican coalitions have always been built via coalitions of disparate but essentially compatible factions.
Governor Bobby Jindal along with local officials stopped by Cameron Parish on Monday to discuss a shoreline restoration project east of Holly Beach.
Two Lafayette men were arrested after police say they were involved in the robbery of a credit union in the 1400 block of West Willow Street on Dec. 10. 17-year-old Ronald Taylor Jr. 27-year-old and Roderick R. Cormier were charged with principal to armed robbery.
An oil and gas association has filed a lawsuit against Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell, accusing him of illegally approving a New Orleans-area flood protection board's contract with lawyers suing the industry over coastal wetlands loss.
BATON ROUGE -- A new audit says the state education department isn't properly monitoring Louisiana's voucher program to make sure students get an adequate education.
According to a new report from Human Rights Watch , aggressive police harassment in New Orleans is directly undermining the city's efforts to prevent and treat HIV infections.
Major newspapers in Louisiana have been largely silent about the burgeoning state political career of Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, mostly ignoring the hate group leader's history of extreme anti-LGBT politics.
Well, apparently his students weren't listening, because House Republicans continue their war on women, still look disdainfully upon the middle class and the poor, won't even talk about immigration, and many, especially in the Tea Party, continue to believe that ideology trumps compromise.
"The conservative movement today is like that tall ship with its proud captain: strong, accomplished but veering off course into the dangerous and uncharted waters of big government republicanism."