Aside from New York, no other state in the country is more intimately connected to the Mueller investigation than Louisiana.
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Yesterday, with the support of Sue Lincoln of The Bayou Brief and Michael McHale, a Lake Charles attorney and the First Vice Chairman of the Louisiana ...
According to recent polling, Roy has the highest favorability ratings of any elected official in Central Louisiana. I can explain why.
He may not have a chance, but Verone Thomas, one of four Democratic challengers against U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins, definitely has a story and the ability to become a spoiler.
A small Southern Baptist college in Pineville, LA tried to get a lawsuit dismissed alleging that they refused to hire a football coach because he has “Jewish blood.”
That’s just the latest chapter in the decline of a once-respected liberal arts university.
Louisiana’s greatest asset is its multiculturalism, but the state’s greatest liability is arguably a more defining characteristic: Bigotry and intolerance are still the most powerful organizing forces in state and local politics.
The stakes are far too high, and in any case in which a defendant’s primary appeal to the public is to focus on how much money lawyers are making or could be making, they are hoping the public will be distracted enough to forget to ask the most important question, “Are you guilty?”
After American journalists were murdered in their newsroom, a well-known Louisiana Twitter account taunted The Times-Picayune.
During her seven decades as an activist, Kahn became one of Louisiana’s most powerful, behind-the-scenes political organizers.
While he lobbied to receive personal tax information on Medicaid recipients, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry told a federal circuit court in California that disclosing the names of Americans for Prosperity’s top donors was an unconstitutional intrusion on privacy that could be abused by powerful elected officials.