Senator Bill Cassidy Accused of Using Campaign Funds for Club Membership Dues
Campaign finance reports show Senator Bill Cassidy has used more than $5,500 in money raised for his campaigns to pay for membership dues at exclusive social clubs dating back to 2014.
Texas/Louisiana Border Shutdown RECOMMENDED by New Orleans Lawmaker
New Orleans Senator Troy Carter is suggesting Louisiana should put some regulations into place for travelers coming into the state from Texas and other hot spots following an uptick in COVID-19 cases.
Bill Cassidy: Changes Needed for Unemployment Benefits
Senator Bill Cassidy says Congress is working on another round of federal economic relief but feels the $600 a week federal unemployment benefit must be changed.
Saharan Dust Cloud Set to Arrive in Louisiana on Wednesday
A cloud of Saharan dust is crossing the Atlantic and is set to arrive in Louisiana by Wednesday, bringing with it more COVID-19 concerns.
Early Voting for Louisiana’s Presidential Primary in Underway
Only registered Republicans can vote in the GOP primary and even though Joe Biden is expected to accept the nomination in August, registered Democrats can select between the 14 candidates up for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Gulf Dead Zone Estimated to Be 7th Largest on Record This Year
The 2020 Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico is projected to be four times larger this year than the Hypoxia Action Plan goal established 19 years ago called for.
Louisiana’s New Superintendent of Education Begins Job Today
It’s the first day on the new job for Louisiana’s new Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley who will oversee public schools following the departure of John White.
GOHSEP says Hurricane Prep Plans will be Altered Due to COVID-19
Today marks the official start of the 2020 hurricane season and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness wants you to get prepared for a projected busy season.
House Committee Approves Bill to Halt PARISH Coastal Lawsuits
The House Natural Resources Committee has approved legislation that would terminate lawsuits filed by parishes that seek compensation from oil companies for contributing to coastal land loss.
Child Care Centers to Receive Supplies to Ensure Healthy Reopening
The Louisiana Department of Education has announced every child care provider in the state will receive free supplies to help ensure a healthy reopening following the COVID-19 outbreak.