As Robert Mueller’s investigation continues, connections to Louisiana become increasingly difficult to ignore.
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Aside from New York, no other state in the country is more intimately connected to the Mueller investigation than Louisiana.
Years after the EPA cited health risks from the Denka Performance Elastomer plant in Louisiana’s St. John the Baptist Parish, is enough being done to protect the surrounding community?
Alleged Russian agent cozied up to former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.
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.
Following the revelation that a subcontractor for utility giant Entergy had paid actors to support its bid for a controversial new power plant in New Orleans, the company now finds itself in a public relations meltdown.
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.
There is no evidence of “widespread fraud” among Medicaid beneficiaries, but there’s now ample proof of a coordinated effort to distort the facts and deceive the public.
Hewitt owes the people of Louisiana and Daryl Purpera an apology for receiving taxpayer funding as a legislator and defrauding taxpayers by lying about the public record.
Newly-elected State Treasurer John Schroder campaigned for a job he never fully understood, and as he demonstrated in a recent state bond commission meeting, his ignorance isn’t just embarrassing; it’s bad for business.