In Baton Rouge, the candidates for Governor are debating what their visions for the state are should they be elected governor to replace term-limited Bobby Jindal.
The Louisiana legislature is debating how to plug a $1.6B budget deficit that threatens to shutter hospitals and schools.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, a likely candidate for president of the United States, is defending his position on legislation in Louisiana that would provide religious liberty protection. Jindal’s is also promoting his column that appears in the New York Times.
— Jan Moller (@jmollerLBP) April 23, 2015
The same people who think that profit making is vulgar believe that religiosity is folly. http://t.co/9aSGLW41bg— Gov. Bobby Jindal (@BobbyJindal) April 23, 2015
I told fmr Gov Edwin Edwards last night that Gov Jindal had lunch this week with senators. His reply: Senators from Louisiana. or Iowa?— Tyler Bridges (@tegbridges) April 23, 2015
As Gov I will ask oil&gas if they have contributed to coastal erosion, complied w/permitting, and work to determine % to fund master plan.— John Bel Edwards (@JohnBelforLA) April 23, 2015
Sen. Vitter's request to subpoena Affordable Care Act documents is rejected by Small Business Committee http://t.co/fgZAwouG1F— deepak abhishek (@deepakabhishek2) April 23, 2015
Companies have contacted me & asked me to oppose new religious liberty legislation but their opinions won’t deter me. http://t.co/9aSGLW41bg— Gov. Bobby Jindal (@BobbyJindal) April 23, 2015