AG Jeff Landry Warns College Football Playoff Fans of the Potential for Ticket Scams
With events the size of the CFP Championship Game happening in the state comes the opportunity for fraudulent tickets to end up in fans’ hands.
Louisiana Sees 11,000 Person Population Decrease
Louisiana’s population declined by nearly 11,000 residents from 2018 to 2019 according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
Your Christmas Tree Could be Crucial for Enhancing the Wetlands
Your discarded Christmas tree could be a building block in coastal restoration.
Federal Government Raises Minimum Age to Purchase Cigarettes and Vaping Products to 21
Congress has raised the minimum smoking and vaping age to 21 nationwide.
New Food Stamp Rules Could Impact 49,000 Louisiana Residents
Currently Louisiana is one of the states who receives a waiver that allows able-bodied adults who do not have dependents to receive food stamps for more than three-months, but that statewide waiver is set to go away.
Louisiana Ranks 2nd in the Country for Highest Credit Card Debt
You might want to watch your spending limit on gifts this year, according to CreditCards-dot-com Louisianians have the second-highest credit card debt burden in the nation.
Sports Apparel Sales See Uptick For Saints, Tigers, & Cajuns
The performance of Louisiana teams on the football field is resulting in a spike in sports apparel sales.
LA Christmas Tree Crop Looking Good This Year
Thanksgiving is in the books and families are flocking to Christmas tree farms looking for the perfect centerpiece to complement their holiday decorations.
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips from AG Office
Holiday shopping might bring out super savings, but it also brings out sleuths. But there are things you can do to protect yourself and your wallet.
More Than Half Of Workers Online Shop While On The Clock
52% of workers admit they’ll be shopping online this holiday season while on the clock.