The New Orleans City Council approved increased fines for driving or parking in bike lanes. What used to cost $40 will now incur an initial penalty of $300.
Seven Republicans joined House Democrats in voting to approve this bill; unfortunately, none of them were from Louisiana.
In a video posted to Facebook earlier this week, Mayor LaToya Cantrell continued to urge New Orleans residents to vote “NO” on a new property tax.
On Tuesday, March 26, Mayor LaToya Cantrell signed an executive order establishing an Office of Human Rights and Equity.
The United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos attempted to defend $7 billion in cuts from the Education Department before a House subcommittee yesterday. Several of those cuts affect special education programs, including the entire Special Olympics budget. Under the President’s recently submitted budget, $17.6 million used fund the Special Olympics was cut. When asked […]
Senator Kennedy stated that he hopes federal prosecutors “go medieval” on the people who were arrested in connection with a college admissions cheating scandal.
The areas that are primary holders for the hospitality industry look magical compared to those where the actual hospitality workers live.
Attorney General William P. Barr states the Special Counsel did not find any conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian authorities.
On Friday, AT) announced that it will issue citations to any retail permit holder selling CBD oil products from their premises in Louisiana.
On Friday evening, Louisiana State Senator Karen Carter Peterson issued a statement admitting that she, like many others, struggles with a gambling addiction.
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