Category Archives: State News

11 Convicted in Welfare Fraud

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The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services announces convictions of 11 in the state that fraudulently received more than Read More →

Poll Shows Growing Support for Marijuana Reform in LA

Poll numbers released this week show growing support for marijuana reform in Louisiana. Public Policy Polling conducted the study last Read More →

Baton Rouge Researcher Gets Horse Prosthetic Leg

A horse now has a prosthetic leg thanks to a Baton Rouge researcher. Ambria Washington has the report. KLAX ABC Read More →

Port Allen Restaurant Gives Discount for Gun Carriers

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Bergeron’s Restaurant off Lobdell Highway in Port Allen, Louisiana, is known for its Cajun cooking, but recently it’s been getting Read More →

Libertarian Party of LA Exceeds 10,000 Registered Voters

This morning, the Secretary of State officially reported over 10,000 registered Libertarian voters in Louisiana. This milestone indicates a growing Read More →

Kennedy Criticizes Efforts to Change Health Insurance for State Workers

State Treasurer John Kennedy has harsh words about efforts to change group health insurance for state workers and teachers. John Read More →

District Judge Rules LA Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

A milestone comes in Lafayette for the LGBT community. District Judge Ed Rubin rules Louisiana’s ban on same-sex marriage is Read More →

Bruce Greenstein Indicted on 9 Counts of Felony Perjury

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The former state secretary of health and hospitals in Louisiana is indicted on nine counts of felony perjury. Bruce Greenstein Read More →

Congressman Fleming Comments on Actions Against Syria

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4th District Congressman John Fleming is in Central Louisiana today. He’s on the November ballot with one opponent, Randall Lord, Read More →

Chas Roemer Speaks in Favor of Common Core

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The sometimes-embattled president of the State Board of Education, known as BESE, was a speaker today for the North Rapides Read More →