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The latest Louisiana Senate poll has incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu narrowly leading Rep. Bill Cassidy , R-Baton Rouge 46 percent to 43 percent.
Republican lawmakers Thursday tried to derail the Environmental Protection Agency 's move to garnish paychecks of accused polluters, saying it was too much power in the hands of "an agency prone to regulatory abuses."
Senator David Vitter has sent a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security demanding answers to 10 questions about the administration's handling of the "humanitarian crisis" involving the tens of thousands of immigrant children who have crossed the border into the U.S. Among his questions are whether the administration plans to relocate any of ... (more)
In this photo taken July 3, 2014, mothers from Honduras traveling with their children prepare to get into a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Services agent's truck after crossing the Rio Grande near McAllen, Texas.
When Gulf of Mexico red snapper was determined to be a fishery in precipitous decline, the public and federal attitude was that the commercial fishermen needed to fix it or lose everything.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow argued on Tuesday that the efforts of Tucker Carlson's Daily Caller to push a story linking Sen. Robert Menendez to Dominican prostitutes is the latest example of conservative media creating its own echo chamber divorced from actual news gathering.
While the Fund for Louisiana's Future was originally introduced as a vehicle to help drive U.S. Sen. David Vitter to the governor's mansion, it now appears the super PAC will not be a one-trick pony.
Count this among the "only in D.C." emails: a Highway Trust Fund-themed party invitation that includes the photoshopped heads of lawmakers onto Mario Kart characters.
Everything the public believes about President Obama 's Environmental Protection Agency is wrong - the only thing that powerful agency protects is its royal kingdom, ruling over the American economy with the highest-cost rules in the nation's entire bureaucracy.
Louisiana's red snapper anglers are legally allowed to harvest their favorite fish in state waters right now, but the federal season is closed.
Ingraham noted that the majority of the $2 billion for the influx of illegal immigrants will be going to the Justice Department while the minority is going for deportation.
In Louisiana, fishing is a way of life that goes far beyond simply being the "Sportsman's Paradise."
What do Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and David Vitter have in common? Not much politically, but when it comes to family leave policies, they are closer together than they are with older Senators from their own parties, like Dianne Feinstein and James Inhofe .
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 08:15 pm
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