Warning Letters On The Way To Disabled & Elderly Medicaid Recipients
The state will send out letters tomorrow to 37,000 elderly and disabled people, warning them the Medicaid programs which pay for their care could be eliminated on July 1st.
Oil Hits $70 Per Barrel But La. Oil And Gas Industry Still Struggles
Oil prices in the U.S. have climbed over the $70 mark for the first time since 2014.
Acadiana Family Claims $56 Million Powerball Jackpot
For the second time in the last five months, an Acadiana area family has claimed a Powerball jackpot.
We Could Possibly See Booze Delivered To Our Doorsteps
A bill to allow the home delivery of factory sealed alcohol beverages to your front door has passed a Louisiana Senate Judiciary committee.
Saints & Pelicans Owner Gayle Benson Plans On Keeping Teams In New Orleans
Saints and Pelicans owner Gayle Benson spoke for the first time since her husband’s death at the NFL Owners meeting on Monday in Orlando, Florida.
Governor Edwards Opposes Arming Teachers In The Classroom
Governor John Bel Edwards says he does not like the idea of arming teachers in the classroom.
Bill Mandating Display Of “In God We Trust” In Public Schools Passes Committee
A bill requiring the motto “In God We Trust” to be displayed in public schools passed the Senate Education Committee.
Wake Bill Advances To Senate Floor
Senator Dan Claitor’s bill that would make it a crime to generate wakes that damage property while driving a vehicle through flooded streets has passed through committee and is on its way to the senate floor.
Max Gruver Act Passes House Committee
The House Criminal Justice passed the Max Gruver Act without objection today which will make hazing a felony crime in Louisiana.
U.S. Rep Clay Higgins Proposes School Safety Bills
Higgins says it’s time to reevaluate just who is charged with protecting students.