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STORIES OF THE DAY (Wednesday, March 30th)

Wed, 30 Mar 2011 12:09:00 +0000

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EDITORIAL: Exemptions and Secrecy


Senate committee approves new congressional districts in party-line vote


Louisiana House completes work on redrawing its districts


Senate redistricting plan is approved by a divided Senate


Bill in Congress would force feds to approve more drilling


QUESTION OF JUDGEMENT: GREENE VOTED TO GIVE HIMSELF A TAXPAYER FUNDED PAY RAISE


Charlene Charlet Day: A Lawyer For Our Families, Not Another Politician!


State Police investigate possible security breach at Capitol


$83 million to be paid to private hospitals


EDITORIAL: Go after those who took advantage of our pain after Katrina


Louisiana's first online charter school accepting applications


Gulf advocates march on Nation's Capitol for BP funds


Study: Tax break benefits La., Incentive encourages gas drilling


Forum looks at growing role of incivility in political scene




STORIES OF THE DAY (Tuesday, March 29th)

Tue, 29 Mar 2011 13:42:00 +0000

. . 83% of Mainstream voters are angry QUESTION OF JUDGEMENT: GREENE VOTED TO GIVE HIMSELF A TAXPAYER FUNDED PAY RAISE Boustany backs away from support of north-south congressional districts Senate panel deadlocks along party lines on congressional redistricting maps House votes to eliminate 30th minority district Fayard catches flak for comments at Democratic event Blanco pushes higher ed SHERRI CHEEK NAMED "RINO" BY TEA PARTY OF LOUISIANA Baton Rouge: Bad Moon on the rise! EDITORIAL: Report card shows gains Public school students to face tougher classes Charlene Day: A Lawyer For Our Families, Not Another Politician ...............To unsubscribe: lanewslink@gmail.com . [...]



STORIES FROM TODAY & THE WEEKEND

Mon, 28 Mar 2011 11:36:00 +0000

. . Former Gov. Buddy Roemer wins supporters ROEMER'S SPEECH IN IOWA VIDEO... PASS IT ON TO FRIENDSJeff Landry To Address Tea Party of Louisiana Tonight! House districts proposed House to consider renumbering districts Redistricting is cutthroat job EDITORIAL: Keep pushing graduation rates In the state Capitol, remap gets personal LA redistricting amendments create administrative logjam Remap vote set this week Senate, House redraw plans shuffle districts Political Horizons: Reapportionment and race Redistricting: The politics of protection LABI set to host issues conference Federal investigation into Parish corruption casts wide net Jefferson defense attorney confirmed as federal judge Look here to see maps of Louisiana Senate remap plan Redistricting plan would pit two pairs of incumbents in N.O. area Northern Monroe district gets reprieve House committee supports redistricting plan for BESE, PSC Jindal pushes BP funds for event EDITORIAL: Improvement in Louisiana's dropout rate is encouraging Parish officials to make second trip to federal grand jury today Parish likely to cancel River Birch contract 'very soon' Landrieu blasts SUNO-UNO merger plan CHARLENE CHARLET DAY: A LAWYER FOR OUR FAMILIES, NOT ANOTHER POLITICIAN!. .. ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To unsubscribe: lanewslink@gmail.com . [...]


















STORIES FROM THE WEEKEND

Sun, 20 Mar 2011 12:47:00 +0000

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Jindal's staff chief might switch hats

On eve of redistricting session, Senator says she won't seek re-election

Legislators face tough session- Incumbents to compete

Kostelka, Gallot to chair redraw

Remap session begins

Plan shifts House districts, forces competition

Redistricting session shapes future elections

Some Louisiana legislators to multi-task to save money

Legislature proceedings to be televised on LaTV

La. website LaTrac earns high rating

Vitter's role in 'The Big Uneasy' surprises

Vitter challenges loan for drilling in Brazil by Export-Import Bank

Inside Politics: BESE member Roemer asks reform of process

EBR board member Connie Bernard may run for BESE

Donelon to address GOP fundraiser

Kay Katz raked over the coals... in fun

EDITORIAL: Special Session Starts Sunday... Watch Closely!

Redistricting plans set up battle lines in Legislature

House plan gives BR seats

Supreme Court redistricting appears headed for legislative back burner

600 Louisiana laws tied to parish populations need retooling after census

Holden to pay $2,500 ethics fine

Two vie for seat in House District 47

EDITORIAL: Regents right to endorse change for N.O. colleges

High-stakes testing season begins

Parish President & civil rights leaders meet to discuss racial tensions

Area leaders lament Obama cuts in $5 billion energy assistance program

NOPD corruption fueled by system of paid, private details


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STORIES FROM TODAY & THE WEEKEND

Mon, 14 Mar 2011 15:08:00 +0000

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Press Club: State residents survey will be topic (Today)

Civil rights activist keynote speaker in rally for SUNO

Jane Smith Announces Her Bid For Senate (Raises $100k in Just 3 Weeks)

67% Favor Automatic Police Immigration Checks, AZ's immigration law

Check Out Chad Rogers' (The Dead Pelican) New Blog

EDITORIAL: Restore Trust, Mayor

Crowd turns out for Huckabees' book signing

EDITORIAL: Public records belong to us

City Hall holdover still working on names

DA singles out Judge Laurie White for criticism

Budget battle may be brawl

Don't like budget? Change it

Sen. Vitter says right to work makes state prosperous

Redrawing legislative districts is a delicate balancing act

Remap may force congressmen to compete for seat

Angelle to address GOP women

Inside Politics: Nungesser weighs bid for state office

Louisiana GOP wants primary in March

Franklin Farms megasite holds promise of jobs by thousands

State Senate President Persists With New Tax Talk

UNO-SUNO merger report due next week

EDITORIAL: Show your power in Sunshine Week

Drug-testing requirement for welfare recipients put forward again

Obama's remarks on drilling draw scorn from LA congressmen

EDITORIAL: Jindal's budget plan hints at a better way

Democrats object to Jindal's budget plan

Another state lawmaker switches to GOP

Legislator wants to trim state contracts, restrict privatization

Southern rally draws hundreds of supporters

School voucher financing increase proposed


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STORIES FROM TODAY & THE WEEKEND

Mon, 07 Mar 2011 15:57:00 +0000

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LIVE! Mardi Gras Parade Cam: Corner St. Charles & Napolean

Big Night in Iowa for Five Presidential Hopefuls

EDITORIAL: Latest step for La. GOP

As Jindal unveils budget, let battle begin

Revenue Estimating Conference could recognize more revenue for LA

Scalise on drilling permits

Police pensions perplex cities

47% See Increased Government Hiring as Bad for Economy

Special election called to fill final opening in Legislature

EDITORIAL: A big boost for tourism

Roemer fighting system again- 'Money corrupts'

Roemer Takes (Long) Shot

5 potential GOP candidates to converge at forum

Jindal: Turn focus from race to issues

Obama administration appeals drilling permit order

Black Caucus plans prison voter effort

Cigarette tax increase proposed by Senate President Chaisson

BESE board could experience turnover

Mouton's clout was imaginary, but his indictment for corruption is real

Presidential primary date may hurt Louisiana politically

Opponents of LA Medicaid privatization plan drop out

Coalition seeks higher ed reforms

Donelon says insurance market is competitive again

Big pact talks not public, says state

71% Believe Government Workers Get Better Pensions

EDITORIAL: Lawmakers are responsible for being duped

In Louisiana, job growth is stronger for non-college grads

The Cook Report: It's Nobody's Turn

Supreme Court redistricting proposal likely for special session

More subpoenas suggest new phase in public corruption investigation

Angelle: First BP tourism payment received

New Orleans City Hall 'dysfunctional'

Politics, prison topics of gathering at ex-St. John President's home

Traffic report: Broaden planning


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