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Louisiana residents who rely on Medicaid: Your new Bayou Health Managed Care plan may not cover your medicines.
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Thanks for publishing the article “Stronger state protections needed to prevent voter intimidation,” by Sue Sturgis. Here is a brief reminder of what voter intimidation is, along with some solutions ... The value of public broadcasting
I was very sorry to hear Governor Romney’s comment about his desire to eliminate federal funding for public television. He especially targeted our children’s programming. This is not a ... Just call me ‘Black’
Dr. Ralph Bunche, the recipient of the 1950 Nobel Prize for Peace, referred to himself as Negro or Black. Dr. Bunche died before the term “African-American” became commonly used to ... Louisiana not a priority
It has become obvious to me that Bobby Jindal sees Louisiana in his rear-view mirror. That’s a real shame. Our state has problems in every direction—crumbling roads and bridges, colleges facing ... Justice Bernette Johnson
To include but not limited to- Judge Yvonne Hughes, Judge C. Hunter King, Judge Sonia Spears..., Remember those names? They’re all African- Americans who received timely and swift disciplinary actions ... Supreme Court decision
The League is very pleased with the Supreme Court’s decision upholding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The decision in Florida v. HHS was surprising but deeply important because it ... Public participation needed on medicaid drug access
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals is completing a series of public hearings in Baton Rouge and New Orleans next week about the new pharmacy benefit available through the ... A complete picture of SUNO’s graduation rate needed, again
This past week MSN.com posted its ranking of the eleven 4-year colleges and universities in the United States with the lowest graduation rates. Southern University at New Orleans posted ...
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