With New Orleans coming off of a banner year for tourism and with the industry booming in the city and in Louisiana, what and where are the opportunities? How can one get involved? How is the city marketing its great events? What can we expect for the city’s Tri-centennial in 2018, a mere four years away?
The Democratic Party-leaning Louisiana Budget Project has issued its post-Louisiana Legislative Session overview, and it's not pretty.
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Today, Louisiana Economic Development via a press release announced the creation of Louisiana Job Connection, a new, free website. According to the release, the site will help meet the talent recruitment needs of Louisiana employers, while serving as a centralized hub for job seekers.
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NEW ORLEANS –Cruz wins, Jindal loses?
The Democratic Party is taking issue with comments made by Ted Cruz at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Saturday afternoon.
Yesterday, Governor Bobby Jindal signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2014 Regular Legislative Session to 307.
The Bureau of Governmental Research has issued the following open letter to the legislature regarding the controversial legislation involving the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority - East’s (SLFPA - East) lawsuit against the oil and gas industry:
In the second part of the Miss USA Google Hangout (first part here), the focus shifted from Erin Brady's upbringing to her more recent experiences during the beauty pageants in 2013. Brady talked about the support she received from the other contestants, her homecoming experience in Connecticut, and how it felt to be among ninety Misses from all over the world in the Miss Universe contest.
Governor Jindal issued the following statement on the passing of John Maginnis:
“Supriya and I were saddened to hear the news of John's passing.