The New Orleans Saints are now 1-0, Sean Payton is in the saddle as head coach, Drew Brees shows once again he is superstar quality and the team is ready to take on the hungry Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in Tampa Bay.
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The Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authorithy-East (SLFPA-E) issued this statement today regarding its controversial lawsuit opposed by Governor Bobby Jindal
At the foundation of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East (SLFPA-E) lawsuit against 97 oil companies are multiple bases, including scores of permits triggering obligations on the part of the companies to repair the damage caused by their operations.
Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to participate in a Google Hangout about the Syria crises. Here are comments from the Google Hangout event: (Watch hangout below).
The Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI) is passing the gavel, once again.
Politics for today: Governor Jindal's column is published in Washington Post, his administration reports national media publications support his position after the Obama administration's lawsuit against his education reform, the Mary Landrieu continues to come under assault by the national republican senatorial organization, Louisiana U.S.Senate candidate Rob Maness says no on Syria as do the American people.
Perhaps nothing has been as politically controversial and divisive during the Obama administration than his signature legislation and law, the Affordable Care Act.
Around Louisiana--Here are some of the Louisiana organizations, businesses and politicians making the news today:
Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and Democrrat US Senator Mary Landrieu expressed sorrow on the announcement that Congressman Rodney Alexander would not run for re-election for U.S. Congress next year.
Today, Baton Rouge was ranked number one inBusiness Facilities’list of the Top 10 Metro Areas for Economic Growth Potential. Louisiana's business climate was also ranked number four in the nation for 2013 – the highest-ever ranking for the state byBusiness Facilities. Last year, Louisiana was the top-ranked state in Economic Growth Potential byBusiness Facilities.