- The Advocate8 hours ago
With other tax offsets, Louisiana is estimated to get $648 million less in general tax dollars next year than this year.
- New Orleans Times-Picayune4 days ago
Louisiana appears ready to tweak a sweeping overhaul to the state's criminal justice system passed last year. The Senate voted 31-0 on Thursday (May 17) to send the measure to the governor ...
- The Advocate3 days ago
Today in The Rundown: One last day of regular session and then special session begins; Here is all you need to know in Louisiana politics today.
- The Advocate6 days ago
Today in The Rundown: Special session begins in one week; Harrah's bill heads to Senate; voters to decide whether to keep Jim Crow era juries law; a protest erupts in the Senate; and everything ...
The Rundown: Lawmakers move forward on casinos, construction, abortion and hazing legislation and more Louisiana politics newsKTBS Shreveport4 days ago
Be sure to sign up to get The Rundown in your inbox by filling out the form here. Capital outlay: Louisiana senators have advanced legislation that outlines the state's priority construction projects for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
- Entertainment Weekly via Yahoo News16 hours ago
descend on Louisiana Monday for an epic bachelorette party with their best smiles, gowns, and interview answers to compete for the Miss USA crown (and sash!). Ahead of the big event, ...
- USA Today4 days ago
BATON ROUGE — Rep. Stuart Bishop and Sen. Norby Chabert issued public apologies in the Capitol Wednesday following an overnight fistfight between the two in a Baton Rouge bar. "The integrity ...
- The Boston Globe2 hours ago
FOR SOMEONE who has based his entire political persona on a non-ideological, pragmatic approach to government, Governor Charlie Baker’s recent flirtation with reinstating the death penalty is ...
The Rundown: Riverboat casinos, bulletproof backpacks, abortion restrictions, budget movement and more Louisiana politics news todayThe Advocate5 days ago
Today in The Rundown: The Senate has passed a budget as lawmakers work toward a Friday end to the regular session; Casinos likely heading from the water to land; unanimous
- Washington Post3 days ago
This was classic Carter. With a strong distaste for congressional politics, the president simply refused to do what most other presidents would consider routine, such as courting key ...