Earlier this year, it was a Baton Rouge judge that ruled the 401(k)-style retirement plan for future rank-and-file employees was unconstitutional. Now, the Louisiana Supreme Court is telling La. Gov. Bobby Jindal the same thing.
37-year-old Katherine Vidrine of Lafayette is now behind bars after Louisiana State Police say she allegedly used a child under the age of 12 to engage in sexual acts for money. She was arrested at her home in Lafayette.
A rally was held on the La. State Capitol on Tuesday urging Louisiana to accept the expansion of Obamacare by accepting the Medicaid money that comes along with it, something Gov. Bobby Jindal has been opposing.
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