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Sue Lincoln is a veteran and widely-respected reporter who has been covering Louisiana politics for nearly three decades. Originally from Long Beach, California, Sue’s career in journalism began on the radio in Los Angeles. After moving to Louisiana, Sue earned her bachelor’s degree. For ten years, from 2000-2010, she was the Assistant News Director at Louisiana Network. Sue also worked as the education reporter for Louisiana Public Broadcasting and has contributed to various state publications as a freelance journalist. But she is perhaps best known as the voice of the popular politics Capitol Access.

Not Ready to Make Nice

Ladies, both those serving in the legislature and those attending the session, are speaking out and pointing out inequalities

Fanning the Flames

Issues and conflicts that dominated the special session are kindling tension in the regular session's second week.

Promoting Fiscal Transparency — Up to a Point

ITEP controversies illustrate what corporate interests say they want and what they do are not the same.

“Of All We Do Here, These Ought to Be the Easiest”

Equal Pay and Minimum Wage bills advance

Con-Con Game: Who Do You Trust?

While lawmakers press for a constitutional convention, annual LSU survey shows citizen trust reaching new lows

Day 2, and It’s Already a Zoo

“It's like buzzards flying around Louisiana, ready to swoop in on the carcasses we leave behind.” -- Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne

The Writing on the Wall

Lingering tensions prompt one House Republican to give up committee chairmanship

Blather, Rinse, Repeat: A Cynic’s Guide to the Regular Session

Over 1100 bills have been prefiled, but few -- if any -- involve new solutions or ideas.

“Totally Dysfunctional – Completely Unacceptable”

Special session ends with plenty of rancor -- and not much else.

Con Game Exposed: “Ray Charles Can See What’s Going On”

On Oscar night in Hollywood, Louisiana's House leadership re-enacted the plot of 1974's best picture "The Sting."