Recently, a conservative judge didn’t buy Jeff Landry’s defense that state public records laws only apply to state residents. However, the judge awarded the plaintiff nothing except legal fees.
The Bayou Brief attended the court hearing and then obtained a trove of documents that tell the full story.
Rep. Ralph Abraham, now running for governor, vowed to donate every dime he made in Congress to two nonprofits.
His office claims he stopped donating after his first term, and quietly, his campaign scrubbed the pledge from his website.
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.” – Sir Walter Scott
A video response to criticism that our recent reporting on the Alexandria mayor’s race is a racist conspiracy against an African American Democrat.
I studied nonprofit law in law school and have spent the past dozen years researching and writing about campaign finance law.
I have never encountered a more brazen example of what should be precisely prohibited than what the Larvadain family nonprofit organization is apparently doing.
The swift opposition by the Louisiana Attorney General and the interim Secretary of State has nothing to do with the law.
“They’re just trying to cook up political news and create baloney. When you’re the front-runner, you have to expect that.” – Kyle Ardoin
“This parish is ground zero for the coastal lawsuits. It is important for those inside and out of Plaquemines Parish to pay close attention to these elections.” – LOGA president Gifford Briggs
In Baton Rouge native Stormy Daniels’ tell-all memoir “Full Disclosure,” Louisiana looms large.
More than you’ve ever wanted to know about the manufactured scandal over a gubernatorial appointment to the Red River Waterway Commission.