Political blogger and LSU professor Robert Mann wonders aloud about some of the possible dynamics in the 2015 race for Louisiana governor.

Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, who long ago declared his intention to be Gov. Bobby Jindal’s successor, released a “Mr. Nice Guy” statement Tuesday on the heels of U.S. Sen. David Vitter’s announcement that he plans to run for governor.

Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Monday, Jan. 20, 2014:

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Federal prosecutors received another guilty plea in the Curious Goods conspiracy to mislabel and market synthetic marijuana, leaving three standing, including two Acadiana attorneys who still maintain their innocence.

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Lafayette Parish School Board member Hunter Beasley's plan to call a closed-door executive session to discuss the unpaid invoice submitted by the private contractor hired to oversee the selection of the district’s third-party group health plan administrator may not be legal.

The sweeping changes to Louisiana’s public education system wrought by Act 1 of the 2012 Legislative Session have impacted school districts throughout the state in different ways, especially for the Lafayette Parish School System, according to a panel discussion held Tuesday night.

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Brian West, a UL Lafayette faculty member, has thrown his hat into the ring.

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