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State’s other big budget needs rehabbing too
You’ve no doubt heard the dire news of Louisiana’s 2015-2016 operating budget and the $1.6 billion shortfall that’s tearing it asunder. What you may not know about is the state’s other big budget, ...
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Largest chemical burn in nation’s history coulf have huge impact
The controversy that continues to swirl around the disposal of millions of pounds of hazardous artillery munitions waste at Camp Minden in Webster Parish should be a matter of concern for citizens ...
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Letter to the Editor:
Dear Editor,  Louisiana banks are required by law to develop and maintain robust internal protections to combat and address criminal attacks, and are required to protect consumer financial informat...
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Opposition to Camp Minden burn gaining national support
A broad coalition of 71 social and environmental justice organizations from across the U.S. is calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop the proposed open burning of 15 million p...
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Let’s hope Obama’s proposal doesn’t make it through
President Obama’s proposed federal budget for next year would eliminate funding that Louisiana and three other states receive from oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico, but his ill-advised ...
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Kennedy will remain force in State, probably not as governor
A new poll conducted for State Treasurer John Kennedy focuses a spotlight not just on Kennedy’s support in three different races for statewide offices but also on the status of other announced and ...
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Letter to the Editor
Dear Editor: A few issues ago, a young lady associated with the PTC at L.P. Vaughn spoke out about the low participation of parents in the PTC program. I have to agree with her statement that more ...
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State appears on brink of success, but unemployment up
Louisiana is one of only four states that had an increased rate of unemployment in the final month of 2014, but drilling beneath the surface of those U.S. Department of Labor statistics shows that ...
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Crash data is reminder that safety is personal
Healthy Highways By Lt. Col. John LeBlanc Executive Director, Louisiana Highway Safety Commission Governor’s Highway Safety Representative   There was a lot that we found encouraging in the recent ...
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Jindal: No on taxes, maybe on fees
While proposals to increase taxes may be dead on arrival when reaching Gov. Bobby Jindal's desk, the administration seems willing to at least review fee changes this session, based on a request for...
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