• JP Fights Sexual Assault

    Sen. Morrell is leading the crusade to protect victims, ensure accountability, and prepare law enforcement officers to handle sexual assault cases.

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Legislators Want Answers on Louisiana Jobs Program

By Ed Anderson in The Times-Picayune  A joint Louisiana House-Senate committee Wednesday approved minor changes to rules governing the way the state rebates money to businesses that create well-paying jobs, although officials of the program could not say how many jobs have been created and at what cost. LeuAnne Greco, executive counsel forLouisiana Economic Development, …

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Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Tax Credits Vetoed by Bobby Jindal. Why? No, Really. Why?

From CenLamar.com Tax breaks for bottled water, remediation of hazardous waste “brownfields” sites and energy efficient appliance purchases by elderly residents have been jettisoned by Gov. Bobby Jindal. There’s a lot to parse here, and I’ll leave the dissection of Kentwood water and grandma’s Energy Star appliances to other commenters. But I’d be willing to bet that …

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Defiant Lawmakers, School Officials Vow to Keep SUNO Alive

By John Pope From The Times-Picayune  A day after the state Board of Regents voted to consolidate Southern University and the University of New Orleans, a ribbon-cutting ceremony at SUNO on Wednesday turned into a show of determination to keep the school open. After a procession of school officials and legislators had received strong applause …

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Raising Awareness on Lead: An Editorial

By The Editorial Board, NOLA.com By The Times-Picayunelive streaming movie This Beautiful Fantastic 2017 Children can play in Markey Park again without fear that they’ll be exposed to high levels of lead, and that’s a happy ending to one story of lead contamination. Routine pediatric blood-lead tests showed elevated levels for a group of Bywater …

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