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Clean Water Act regulations could affect farm irrigation
ALEXANDRIA – A rule that revises which bodies of water are subject to Clean Water Act regulations will take effect next month, which has some farmers worried they will come under stricter federal s...
Jul 18, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Jindal backed by more than $9 million in presidential run
By David Drucker Washington Examiner Gov. Bobby Jindal raised nearly $579,000 his first week as a presidential candidate, but has another $8.6 million in his corner thanks to supportive outside gro...
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Hillary demonstrates Liberal media bias
By Rick Jensen For those of you who pretend there is no politically liberal bias among the national media, consider these two recent events involving Hillary Clinton. First, national press reporter...
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Louisiana’s D.C. clout shaky at best
The amount of influence Bayou State politicians have inside the Beltway has become a cyclical topic, last discussed with some seriousness in 2008 when former Congressman Bill Jefferson was inching ...
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Value of Sports Hall of Fame continues to grow across state
With the buzz and excitement of the most successful Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame program in history still crackling across the community, it is appropriate to restate the cultural, economic and pr...
Jul 16, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Business scorecard deliverd poor grades
The annual legislative scorecard compiled by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry was released Tuesday and includes a grade of "F" for 94 members of the Louisiana Legislature. The ran...
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Commissioner seeking refunds from inmate phone services
BOSSIER CITY – Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell is asking that millions of dollars in telephone charges collected from families of Louisiana’s 40,000 jailinmates be refunded. “The Public...
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It’s time to nominate candidates for Long Purple Line at NSU
Northwestern State University is seeking nominations for candidates to be inducted into the university’s alumni hall of distinction, the Long Purple Line.  Induction into the Long Purple Line is th...
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Uncertainty clouds state’s fiscal future
By Jeremy Alford LaPolitics.com The state’s new fiscal year started on July 1 with a budget that lawmakers and the Jindal Administration say is balanced, but Louisiana’s longterm financial outlook ...
Jul 11, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Free-range parenting gets costly
By Tom Purcell Ah, summer. We all know what that means for young children. If your kids are seen walking without adult supervision, somebody will call the cops, Child Protective Services will condu...
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