Bayoubuzz Staff

Bayoubuzz Staff

tourismLouisiana businesss and organizaton news of the day...

Press releases from New Orleans Hospitality and Tourism, First Friday, YLC Wednesday at the Square, NORLI and United Healthcare

ceo boysieThe US Senate race commercials are in the Louisiana news again.  The shipbuilder and strong Republican, Boysie Bollinger, cut a commercial in support of Mary Landrieu.  The commercial has angered many republicans who want Landrieu out of office.  Another Landrieu commercial has created a stir. That commercial shows Mary Landrieu at a public hearing which did not exist. 

jindal-GE-new-orleansToday, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal did what some believe he does best--announcing--yet, another major economic development project win.  Today, his administration made two announcements, one concerning a technology center in Lafayette and the second at the Port of New Orleans.

villereLouisiana Republican Party chairman is back in the Vance McAllister “kissing congressman” news.

CreationismLouisiana students will once again be able to learn creationism to counter science and evolution as the Louisiana Legislative Committee that heard the Louisiana Science Education Act repeal legislation last week tabled the bill, thus killing it again for another year.

cassidyLouisiana politics revs up today with issues involving Obamacare, Harry Reid, Elbert Guillory (who recently switched from Democrat to Republican), Common Core and dueling press releases from the Cassidy and Mary Landrieu camps..and more. 

winners-losersThe discussion regarding Louisiana GOP, David Vitter and Congressman Vance McAllister has been in the news over the past two weeks and on a WGSO-Bayoubuzz Google Hangout Webcast, the issue was raised by Jeff Crouere during the radio-webcast broadcast:

new-orleans-tourismLA taxpayer numbers released; urban garden opens at the Morial Convention Center; students go to the WWII Museum...These are some of the business news today.

Health reformSince the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, more than 8 million Americans have enrolled.

Jindal-Meet-the-pressThe Bureau of Labor Statistics Regional and State Employment Summary has just been released.


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