After the we found legislature punches through its spring's session on Thursday, Jeff Crouere and BayouBuzz publisher Stephen Sabludowsky will be serving a different type of punch but this time in Baton Rouge, the state's Capitol.
That Louisiana legislature is down to its final stretch with only 3 weeks remaining. While there is still plenty of time to turn thinngs around, as of now, clear winners and losers are emerging.
The Louisiana republican Party has issued a statement applauding their efforts along with a conservative coalition business groups, the Jindal administration and lobbyists to repel the coalition of Republican fiscal conservatives and Democratic leaders to compromise on the budget.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal continued his Friday afternoon tradition by making announcements of appointments and reappointments to major boards and commissions.
Delgado Community College, Idea village, Walmart, a grant from Humana, BGR and the World Trade Center are featured in today's Louisiana Business and Organiation roundup:
THE QUESTION: Crazy Louisiana legislative session or PAR for the course?
The Boston Marathon has turned into a blood-bath as two bombs was detonated at the finish line and another bomb reported at the JFK library in what some believe could be an act of terror.
The Louisiana and much of the U.S. political community is abuzz over the recent poll conducted by Buster McKenzie and Bernie Pinsonat of SMOR.
According to the Jindal administration, Bruce Greenstein, the man in the middle of a growing federal and Attorney General investigation has resigned.
The Affordable Care Act, despite the acrimony generated by the passing of the legislation is law.