By Zoe Sullivan Contributing Writer The fight over the future of public education in Louisiana continues in spite of a judge’s decision in July to
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer Garret Graves, chairman of Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, said last week “we will not allow BP to walk
By Zoe Sullivan Contributing Writer The state’s quick cash loans cebu city healthcare system has been like a prize fighter on a losing streak. On June 13, the state announced cuts of ... Tarver has different view of recent Legislative session
By J. Kojo Livingston Contributing Writer Shreveport, LA - Gregory Tarver is the only Black Senator representing Northern Louisiana. Recently re-elected, he is not new to the game of the politics of ... Be nice or leave!
By Dr. Andre M. Perry Contributing Columnist “Be Nice or Leave!” is a local adage that can be found almost everywhere in New Orleans on signature signs that are popularized by folk ... Landrieu will seek re-election, likely to face Cassidy in 2014
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Three weeks ago, as the second anniversary of the President’s Health Care Reform passed, and the Supreme Court waxed upon its constitutionality, U.S. Senate Mary Landrieu sent ... Letter to the Editor: Redefining Louisiana’s Oil & Gas
LOGA redefining the oil & gas industry in Louisiana The April 20, 2010, explosion on BP’s Macondo deep water well — in addition to taking the lives of 11 ... Two years after the BP disaster, Gulf residents fear for the future
By Jordan Flaherty Contributing Writer On April 20, 2010, a reckless attitude towards the safety of the Gulf Coast by BP, as well as Transocean and Halliburton, caused a well to blow ... Loyola University, one of the first to desegregate, celebrates its centennial
By Travis M. Andrews The cash loan benefits Louisiana Weekly Contributing Writer Loyola University will spend the year celebrating its centennial with the official kick-off taking place on Friday, April 13. ... Delegate qualifying for 2012 Democratic Convention open in La. until April 12
The Louisiana Democratic Party issued a reminder Tuesday that qualifying to become a delegate for President Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina remains open through ...
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