ITEP controversies illustrate what corporate interests say they want and what they do are not the same.
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Equal Pay and Minimum Wage bills advance
While lawmakers press for a constitutional convention, annual LSU survey shows citizen trust reaching new lows
“It’s like buzzards flying around Louisiana, ready to swoop in on the carcasses we leave behind.” — Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne
Lingering tensions prompt one House Republican to give up committee chairmanship
Over 1100 bills have been prefiled, but few — if any — involve new solutions or ideas.
Sue Lincoln will continue to provide daily, on-the-ground coverage throughout the regular and second special sessions, but first, we need your support.
Special session ends with plenty of rancor — and not much else.
On Oscar night in Hollywood, Louisiana’s House leadership re-enacted the plot of 1974’s best picture “The Sting.”
Name-calling, bogus votes push Louisiana House closer to special session failure