By Nayita Wilson Contributing Writer Proposed legislation that would provide for a streamlined approach to the post-procedure health and medical attention of women who undergo
By Nayita Wilson Contributing Writer The 2015 expiration of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) has advocates asking Congressional leaders to commit to funding the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. New Orleans Alumnae, the Daughters of Charity and 1Voice present an Affordable Care Act Enrollment and Information Session New Orleans, LA - Delta Sigma Theta ... Risk assessment faces death by budget cuts
By Zoe Sullivan Contributing Writer The city council chamber buzzed Tuesday afternoon as audience members filled the room waiting for an opportunity to offer testimony. Jackie Clarkson chaired the meeting, flanked by ... Council criticizes Safety and Permits at hearing
By Karen Gadbois http://thelensnola.org November 7 marked the beginning of the City Council hearings on Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s $491 million proposed 2013 budget. The first agenda item of the ... Endorsement recommendations
In 2008, minority voters did something that pundits had long ruled impossible. African-Americans voted at levels at—or above—Caucasians. They had a motivation, healing an ancient national wound by putting ... Companies pledge to reform NOPD as consent decree monitor
By Tom Gogola http://thelensnola.org Seven companies from around the country want the multimillion-dollar job of overseeing the New Orleans Police Department’s implementation of a federal consent decree. The seven bids ... N.O. blindsided by Johnson indictment
The Louisiana Weekly Staff Reports District E City Council-man Jon Johnson, a New Orleans businessman and former state legislator, became the latest public official snarled by the U.S. Attorney’s ... AG Eric Holder says GOP made him a ‘proxy’ to attack Obama
(Special to the AP from The Washington Post) —Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. sharply criticized lawmakers Monday for voting to hold him in contempt of Congress late last month, ... Did Supreme Court get pat on back — while it kicked poor in shins?
By Steven P. Wallace Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES ( Special from New America Media) — The U.S. Supreme Court ruling on June 28 that validated the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was ...
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