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Bubble, Bubble: This Gas Means Trouble

Part Six of our ongoing series, "F#*ck This."

The DeSoto Parish Matter: “These Are the Facts As We See Them”

In rural northwest Louisiana, where fracking is now king, a state agency declared an environmental emergency. Months later, some affected residents and property owners still haven't been told. Sue Lincoln reports on her meeting with officials in Louisiana's Department of Natural Resources in Part Five of the series "F#*ck This."

Drill, Baby, Drill!

Part 3 of our continuing "F**CK THIS" series.

Frack Soup

Part two of our series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.

It Starts with F and Ends with C, K

This is the first in a multi-part Bayou Brief series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.

Happily Ever After — For Most

“The people of our great state are not going to wake up tomorrow morning finding the Legislature waved some magic wand and all of our problems have gone away. But they’re going to wake up to a state that is poised for real long-term success.” - Gov. John Bel Edwards

Digging In: Entrenchment on the Far Right

“Although there is immense pressure to vote for more taxes, I believe we can find other ways to fund government adequately." - Rep. Jay Morris

Titanic Disaster

“It’s a crying damn shame.” - Gov. John Bel Edwards

B is for Budget, Backlash, and Bologna

"I appreciate Rep. Leger’s belt and suspenders approach, but it’s not necessary." - Rep. Cameron Henry

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