With the Louisiana legislature approaching, the U.S. Senate election and the Louisiana Governor's race beginning to develop a shape, Bayoubuzz posed questions to Bernie Pinsonat, pollster for Southern Media and Opinion Research (SMOR).
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who has touted his education reforms nationally, might need to re-educate the public, the legislature and perhaps even the judicial system as a Baton Rouge judge dismissed Gov. Bobby Jindal's revamp of teacher tenure laws as unconstitutional because it was contained in legislation with too many other items.
President Barack Obama, while addressing the media on Friday had plenty on his mind when discussing the sequestration. Yes, it was "Jedi mind meld" a mixture of Star Wars and Star Trek.
Obama, faced the media today dicussing the sequester (sequestration), the negotiations and blamed the republicans and Speaker Boehner for the "severe" budget cuts, after meeting with the leaders of both parties on Friday. During a question and answer session, Obama deflected questions regarding whether he is responsible for any of the problems and asked what steps should he take in addressing the issue.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who was on Meet The Press this Sunday discussing healthcare and other matters has taken on the Senior Louisiana Senator today who is running for re-election, Mary Landrieu (D-La).
Louisiana Politics for February 20, 2013: White unveils Louisiana Believes, Hollis battles traffic cameras, Cokie Roberts speaks at Loyola, Campaign to Fix Debt appeals to Scalise, LA Budget Project delivers Daily Dime, PAR announces Sunshine Headquarters, Moret writes on tax reform, Jesse Jackson pleads guilty
Louisiana organization news for Febuary 20: Get your CRCL costal stewardship awards nomination in by March 4, check out Cokie Roberts at Loyola University, LOMGA is 90 announces Pelican Awards, and the New Orleans Jazz Foundation offers its Class got brass competition open for application