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The tax deal struck by lawmakers and Gov. John Bel Edwards to balance this year's budget will end Louisiana's state sales tax holidays for seven... [Read More]
Gov. John Bel Edwards is telling President Donald Trump that Louisiana will be harmed with his use of tariffs in trade disputes with other countries.... [Read More]
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Lawmakers and Gov. John Bel Edwards could have avoided this expense. [Read More]
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Louisiana's governor is spending the weekend in New Mexico to meet with the nation's other governors. Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards and his wife Donna... [Read More]
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Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced that his request for a third extension of the federal temporary housing program for survivors of the August 2016... [Read More]
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The spat between Gov. John Bel Edwards and Attorney General Jeff Landry over Louisiana's long-stalled use of capital punishment continued to play out on Thursday,... [Read More]
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Gov. John Bel Edwards and La. Commissioner of Agriculture & Forestry Mike Strain visited Alton Landry, Inc. sugar cane farm in Plaquemine to speak to... [Read More]
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The region's sugarcane farmers took center stage Thursday as they grilled Gov. John Bel Edwards and Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain... [Read More]
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While neighboring states have been busy enacting pro-growth tax policy changes to make their states more attractive destinations for global capital flowing into the U.S.,... [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Landry is blaming Gov. John Bel Edwards for the continued delay of executions in Louisiana and has withdrawn his office from a... [Read More]
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Louisiana will spend $60 million in oil spill recovery money on recreational projects to bolster boating, fishing and outdoor leisure opportunities across coastal parishes. Gov.... [Read More]
With 2018's session-palooza out of the way (hopefully), Gov. John Bel Edwards can begin focusing on re-election. He's not on the ballot until next fall,... [Read More]
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