Gov. Bobby Jindal and higher education leaders have won legislative support for a new incentive fund that will direct money to high-demand degree and worker training programs.
Louisiana has a cap on annual borrowing that limits spending on construction projects to $355 million in the fiscal year that begins July 1.
He at least is the darling of the Religious Right and the tea party, right? Wrong.
With only one vote to spare, the Louisiana Senate agreed Tuesday to repeal a six-year-old law that keeps the state from issuing driver's licenses that comply with federal security mandates.
If the definition of boldness is the willingness to risk one’s political capital to pursue the greater good, Bobby Jindal is the opposite of bold.