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CLIMATE WAR EPISODE I: On Tuesday, leading industry groups laid out their grievances in a united front against the Environmental Protection Agency's signature climate rule.
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The Senate Tuesday unanimously confirmed John deGravelles as a federal District Judge in Baton Rouge.
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Bill Gates sent $15,000 to the political organization of Senate Republicans last month, matching the donation he gave to Senate Democrats in April.
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Sen. Mary Landrieu used a Tuesday hearing to advocate for legislation that would remove the cap that Gulf Coast states have on the revenue they can receive from offshore drilling royalties and fees.
Democrats are actively discouraging independent PAC operators from getting involved in 2014, a campaign funding approach that couldn't be more unlike the GOP strategy.
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Senate appropriators last week approved a bill that would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.
Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy has picked up support for his U.S. Senate campaign from a former GOP competitor.
On paper, Louisiana is considered a red state; one which leans conservative and votes Republican.
Federal environmental officials have rejected an appeal from the U.S. Army and reiterated their order to clean up 15 million pounds of artillery propellant improperly stored at a northwest Louisiana site.
With President Obama's approval weak and Congress gridlocked, many red-state Democratic senators seeking reelection have struggled to come up with issues to run on.
About a third of what Jessica Potts makes each month as a teacher goes toward paying off her student loans.
With only weeks left before summer recess, Louisiana lawmakers are divided over whether Congress should reauthorize the Export-Import Bank that helps companies in Louisiana and across the country export products overseas.
LAFAYETTE, La. -- It's not so much a proposal, really, as it is a plea. "This is all about preservation," said Harold Schoeffler, chairman of the Acadiana chapter of the Sierra Club, which is pushing for part of the Atchafalaya Basin to become a national park.
"Southern women are different," says Garden & Gun , the cheeky lifestyle magazine out of Charleston, S.C. "They're forever entangled in and infused by a miasma of mercy and cruelty, order and chaos, cornpone and cornball -- a potent mix that leaves them wise, morbid, good-humored, God-fearing, outspoken and immutable."
Tuesday was a red-letter day for the political number crunchers: The deadline for U.S. House and Senate candidates to file their campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Commission for the April-June reporting period, when campaigns for the fall elections are gaining momentum.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:55 pm
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