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Republican presidential hopeful Bobby Jindal talks new tax plan in Orange City, IA - KTIV
Saturday, 10 October 2015 00:06 Written by
ORANGE CITY, IA (KTIV) - Republican presidential candidate and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is no stranger to the Siouxland area. He has already added more stops in the area... just days after meeting voters in Sioux City. Friday he talked about taxes during his stop in Orange City, Iowa. Governor Jindal's new tax plan has three parts: Cut government spending, cut corporate tax, and cut tax rates.
Will California lead the nation on voting rights? Featured
Friday, 09 October 2015 21:39 Written by
In 1965, only 2% of African Americans were registered to vote in Selma, Ala. Those who tried were asked to name all 67 county judges in the state and faced constant harassment, if not outright brutality. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 abolished such literacy tests for voter registration and enfranchised millions of new voters.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signs medical marijuana regulations into law
Friday, 09 October 2015 21:09 Written by
SAN FRANCISCO — A trio of bills aimed at bringing order and oversight to California's medical marijuana industry nearly 20 years after the state led the nation in legalizing pot for medical use won Gov. Jerry Brown's signature, his office said Friday.
Obama visits Roseburg after school massacre: 'It wasn't a discussion, it was a hug'
Friday, 09 October 2015 20:52 Written by
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- President Obama, visiting a city Friday where emotions are still raw from last week's shooting massacre, was alternately berated by hundreds of demonstrators and warmly embraced by many survivors of the victims. The president met privately for about an hour with about 40 people, including survivors of at least three of the nine dead, and made only a short public statement afterward.
Political analyst: Quiet election season so far
Friday, 09 October 2015 20:27 Written by
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Several big positions in Louisiana are up for grabs on the October 24 ballot: governor, lieutenant governor and even several legislative seats. Early voting begins Saturday, October 10 and runs through Saturday, October 17, except for Sunday. Nearly 80 percent of eligible voters are registered to vote in Louisiana.
Sunday on 'This Week': Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Gov. Bobby Jindal - ABC News
Friday, 09 October 2015 20:09 Written by
Sunday, with the shocking decision by Rep. Kevin McCarthy to drop his bid for House Speaker, Rep. Jason Chaffetz comes to “This Week.” Plus, Republican presidential candidate, Gov. Bobby Jindal, comes to “This Week.” And, the powerhouse roundtable debates the week in politics with “National Review Online” Executive Editor Reihan Salam, ABC News contributor and ESPN senior writer LZ Granderson, ABC News’ Cokie Roberts, and Mark Halperin, managing editor of Bloomberg Politics and host of…
2 disqualified as candidates in Oct. 24 elections in Caddo Parish Featured
Friday, 09 October 2015 19:53 Written by
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Two candidates seeking two different posts in Caddo Parish have been disqualified just days before early voting starts for elections set Oct. 24. John Russell McGrew was running for Caddo sheriff. This leaves incumbent Steve Prator and challenger Eric Hatfield in the race. And Benjamin Arnold is disqualified as a candidate in the race for the District 10 seat on the Caddo Commission.
Dearest Dee Featured
Friday, 09 October 2015 19:32 Written by
Forum for Equality slate of PAC endorsements Forum for Equality Dee Stanley, whether you wanted it or not, Forum for Equality has endorsed you. Out of all the elections happening in Lafayette right now, you’re the only candidate in Acadiana to receive its official support. It also endorsed all gubernatorial candidates who explicitly aren’t Scott Angelle and David Vitter, so that’s some illustrious company.
Louisiana Attorney General: Meet the candidates
Friday, 09 October 2015 19:23 Written by
GERALDINE "GERI" BROUSSARD BALONEY Personal Age 55. Born in New Orleans, lives in Garyville.Married with three children.Graduate of Marion Abramson High, Southern University at New Orleans, and juris doctor degree from Loyola UniversitySenior attorney at Broussard Baloney Law FirmAttends Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, ReserveMember of American Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Louisiana State Bar Association, Louisiana Association for Justice, 40th Judicial District Bar Association, Hispanic Bar Association, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, St.
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