That final piece of legislation, House Bill 12, codifies the prohibition on the sale of so-called bath salts — a chemical cocktail once sold in convenience stores and head shops under names such as White Dove and Ivory Wave.
Far from running from a Lafayette commercial developer’s ugly, personal attack on Independent co-publisher Cherry Fisher May, we’re running at it.
The Louisiana Board of Ethics is scheduled to hear at least two related complaints against former LPTFA board Chairman Greg Gachassin Thursday.
The race for the newly created state House of Representatives District 96 seat is shaping up.
State Sen. Rob Marionneaux, D-Livonia, tells a West Baton Rouge Parish news website he’s being encouraged to challenge Gov. Bobby Jindal in the October election.
“We’ve come together to support one another and Democratic ideals, and to basically educate and advocate.”
State Attorney General Buddy Caldwell Monday issued a definitive opinion that Cypress Trails Limited Partnership, created specifically to develop the publicly funded $10 million Cypress Trails apartment complex in north Lafayette, is subject to the state’s public records law.
A federal court judge in New Orleans has ruled that Ivor van Heerden, an outspoken former LSU hurricane researcher canned by the university in 2009, can proceed with his case against Louisiana’s flagship university.
A lawsuit against a Louisiana official filed by a gay couple who want both of their names on their adopted child’s birth certificate may be heard by the United States Supreme Court.
Reggie Tatum wasted no time retaliating against the person he thinks was responsible for removing him as mayor pro tem of Opelousas.
Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer hasn’t made his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination official yet, although it’s clear to everyone that he’s a candidate.
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