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Echoes of ’91: A Campaign Season Littered With David Duke’s Baggage

In 1991, David Duke lost in a landslide against Edwin Edwards in Louisiana's most consequential gubernatorial election in a century. Back then, Duke publicly presented himself as a moderate conservative in an attempt to distance himself from his toxic, racist past. Today, two GOP candidates seem to be rummaging through Duke's baggage to see what fits.

Pharmland

U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham’s Pharmacies Dispensed Nearly 1.5 Million Doses of Opioids in Two Rural Louisiana Towns With a Combined Population of 6,000 People

Abraham Won By Pledging Salary to Veterans Group and St. Jude’s Hospital. He Now...

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.

Apples to Apples: A Tale of Two Pharmacies

Abraham’s campaign hasn’t responded to reports that his pharmacies ordered a massive supply of opioids, but the numbers speak loudly.

Hours after the government shut down, Rep. Abraham skipped town and skipped votes to...

The congressman, who is eyeing a race for governor, missed at least six different votes as a result.

He’s a millennial, a Democrat, and a farmer. And he is running for Congress...

Meet Jessee (that's double s, double e) Carlton Fleenor of Louisiana's Fifth Congressional District.

Annual Louisiana Survey Should Make State GOP Officials Rethink Political Messaging, Legislative Agenda. But...

The governor’s agenda enjoys broad, bipartisan support, while his political adversaries bank on a strategy of amnesia and disinformation.

Doc Abraham Claims He “Gave Up His Practice,” Also Claims Income from New Clinic

Louisiana has a long and sordid history of embracing politicians who bend – and sometimes even break – the rules. Mayors and sheriffs, judges...

The Mission, the Impact, and the Money | A Report on Year 1

The Bayou Brief shares its revised mission, its impact, its snapshot of its finances, and its ambitions goals for 2019.

Running Away from His Values

Five years ago, Edward Lee “Eddie” Rispone of Baton Rouge and current Republican candidate for Louisiana governor published his first and only book, a...
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