Louisiana Supreme Court – Lawsuit Over Antifa Hoax Can Proceed
Lafayette Consolidated Government may pursue its case against the creator of the ANTIFA Takes River Ranch Facebook event.
Louisiana Senate Approves Plan to Divert Funds to Infrastructure
The Senate-approved legislation doesn't call for new taxes or raise existing ones but will still add $375 million to go toward infrastructure projects.
Controversial GoFundMe For AOC’s Grandmother Surpasses Goal In Three Hours
A GoFundMe has been created for the grandmother of U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) in hopes to save her home in Puerto Rico. While the campaign is lined with political angles, the page hit its goal of almost $50,000 in only three hours.
Trump Permanently Shuts Down Blog Less Than One Month After Launching It
Former President Donald J. Trump has shut down his official blog.
Lafayette Navy Veteran Joins Fight for Pride Month Proclamation
There's no indication Mayor-President Josh Guillory will sign such a proclamation.
Smokable Medical Marijuana Bill Passes – Governor Likely to Sign
The Senate passed legislation must be re-approved by the House before it heads to the Governor's desk.
Recreational Cannabis Vote Set for Louisiana House Today
Leaders in the House believe they have enough support to pass recreational cannabis legislation on to the Senate
These Were the Most Voter Friendly Cities in 2020?
These cities have adapted exceptionally to encourage voting in the historic 2020 general election.
Direct Shipping of Wine to Louisiana Consumers Passes House
The legislation would clear the way for Louisiana wine lovers to have direct access to some of their favorite vintages.