One is pained to imagine the state Department of Economic Development or any state agency ever putting its stamp of approval on a pornographic film, but state Sen. A.G. Crowe, R-City on a Hill, wants to make sure. Crowe’s Senate Bill 513, which was filed at the behest of the Jindal administration, would prohibit state agencies from certifying any film that is subject to federal disclosures regarding child exploitation — a common caveat of porn, which must disclaim that no “actor” is under the age of 18.

Crowe’s bill is before the full House this week. Read it here.

Meanwhile in the state Senate, there’s little dispute the “New Orleans Saints have produced countless exciting and magical moments for the city of New Orleans, the state of Louisiana, the Gulf Coast region, and the entire country,” as Metairie Republican state Rep. Cameron Henry’s House Concurrent Resolution 50 emphatically states, but Henry’s bid to get National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell to re-reconsider the arguably harsh punishment levied on the Saints in connection with Bounty-gate is pointless at best. Goodell has already heard and rejected an appeal of head coach Sean Payton’s 2012 season ban, along with the other repercussions handed down including a half-million dollar fine against the team.

Read the resolution here.

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