Louisiana Public School Teachers Fed Up With Lack Of Resources
Public School teachers are hitting the hip when it comes to paying for school supplies for their students.
State Leaders Spar Over Governor’s Decision To Mail “Eviction Notices”
The Governor’s administration and GOP legislators continue to exchange barbs over the decision to mail program cancellation warnings to 37,000 Medicaid patients.
2017 Louisiana Income Tax Returns Must Be Filed By Midnight
If you haven't filed your Louisiana income tax return, you have a few more hours to do so.
Louisiana’s Special Session On Taxes Set, Beginning May 22
Louisiana's next special session on taxes will begin May 22, when lawmakers will negotiate whether to replace some expiring taxes that are blowing a hole in next year's budget.
Elaine Edwards, ex-Louisiana Governor’s 1st Wife, Dead at 89
She was married to Edwards during three of his four terms as governor.
Webster Parish Schools Settle ACLU Religious Activity Lawsuit
The Webster Parish School District has settled a lawsuit with the ACLU that alleged that they created a coercive environment that subjected students to school sponsored Christian religious activities.
Controversial Harrah’s Bill Gets Its Long-awaited Hearing In Senate Committee
A Senate Committee will review a House approved bill Monday that would renew the state’s contract with New Orleans Harrah’s Casino for another 30 years.
House To Consider Unanimous Jury Constitutional Amendment
A constitutional amendment requiring unanimous jury verdicts in all felony trials is scheduled to be taken up by the House Monday.