Despite the bad news coming out of Louisiana legislature and the state's universities, the Jindal administration and the State of Louisiana has received some good news today.
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal ( in part because the State of Louisiana is in a horrible budgetary$ 1.6B hole and in part because he is actively pursuing the White House—despite that hole), is in the news again today. Better put perhaps, this hour, last hour and seemingly every hour.
It's getting curiouser and curiouser these days at the Louisiana Capitol wonderland.
Medicaid expansion, the Obama ogre healthcare solution, is getting another look on Wednesday and advocates on both sides of the issue are at the battle lines.
Without saying Jindal or using the word "governor", it is clear that the House leadership is ready to move separate from Governor Bobby Jindal, who many believe has been AWOL from service over the past years.
Last night, Politics with a Punch made history with some “firsts”
It was the 13th anniversary of production that Jeff Crouere and I started in 2002 that has hosted some of the biggest personalities in politics, news and entertainment in Louisiana.
It's time for action.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal might want to either double down on leaving Louisiana in better shape that it currently finds itself or somehow, he might want work the Jindal-spin to make himself more of a presidential contender than he really is--if the latest news out of Kochville USA means anything.
With Louisiana facing a $1.6B deficit, just how is the state's economy doing so legislators can determine its future revenues based upon growth opportunities.
The phrase is being heard around the world, every day, on talk radio, cable TV and soon, political ads throughout the nation
Two of the strongest advocates come from Louisiana. One is Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and the other, former Louisiana legislator, Tony Perkins, now heading the Family Research Council.
Louisiana’s budget, the $1.6B deficit monstracity, has been reported in local and national media as a major problem that the state, legislature and outgoing Governor Bobby Jindal are encountering.