Selective hearing, long a problem among Louisiana House members, seems to be infecting Senate members as well.
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Bad information and bad temper dominated much of the committee’s work.
“Make no mistake — the true intent of this bill is to undercut and render ineffective the package of criminal justice reforms that were passed last year.” – Sarah Omojola, SPLC
Ladies, both those serving in the legislature and those attending the session, are speaking out and pointing out inequalities
Issues and conflicts that dominated the special session are kindling tension in the regular session’s second week.
ITEP controversies illustrate what corporate interests say they want and what they do are not the same.
Louisiana’s Department of Justice is currently being led by people who have repeatedly proven to care more about the profits and public image of Big Oil and chemical companies than about the state’s environment or those who live in our most vulnerable communities, even if it poses a danger to first responders.
Equal Pay and Minimum Wage bills advance
While lawmakers press for a constitutional convention, annual LSU survey shows citizen trust reaching new lows
“He is the Grover Norquist of Louisiana, as if we needed another Grover Norquist.”