It’s called the “Carcass Drift Study” and it’s exactly what it sounds like.
“Jim has been a champion of Louisiana taxpayers by pushing fiscal accountability.”
“It’s a whole new chapter for the museum.”
A column from The Baton Rouge Business Report points out how the biggest privitization deal in state history is moving forward with little scrutiny and virtually no oversight from the Legislature.
Richard A. “Rick” Chargois, a 25-year veteran of the Louisiana State Police, is challenging incumbent Lafayette Parish Sheriff Mike Neustrom Oct. 22.
The Opelousas Daily World reported Wednesday that former state Sen. Don Cravins Sr., now the mayor of Opelousas, will challenge Sen. Elbert Guillory for his former seat in the Legislature.
It’s been nearly 1.5 years since The Independent first reported on the financial troubles of City-Parish Councilman Brandon Shelvin, and although he found $1,900 earlier this month to pay off an ethics fine so he can seek re-election, he’s yet to make good on the more than $90,000 he owes various creditors.
“I have enough in my campaign war chest that I’m fine.”
Louisiana pollster Bernie Pinsonat characterizes the incursions into Rep. Charles Boustany’s district as “exceedingly unusual.”
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne’s campaign treasurer has agreed to pay a $2,500 fine for accepting seven contributions above the legal limit.
Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer was not included in the poll.
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