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A new poll on the Louisiana U.S. Senate race by Public Policy Polling (PPP) reveals that as few as six percent of voters could...

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In the mind of the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana, the only thing worse than the conservative, God-fearing citizens of Bossier Parish are...

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Louisiana’s I-20 Tech Corridor will benefit from $757 million inserted in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget for FY2015. U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, chair...

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Although candidate qualifying for the Bossier City Marshal’s election isn’t until late August, it appears likely that only two candidates will vie for the...

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been having some real problems lately. First they came under scrutiny for specifically targeting conservative groups and preventing...

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Louisiana, which seems to be at the top of every bad list and at the bottom of every good list, is doing quite well...

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The fall election for Bossier City Marshal appears to have drawn only two contenders to date – and Bossier Deputy Marshal Jim Whitman and...

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Researchers in Colorado just came forward with a shocking claim: hydraulic fracturing, -- or "fracking" -- the decades-old method of using a high-velocity mixture...

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In contrast to the slow pace of the national economic recovery, Louisiana has a record of economic growth and job creation the last six...

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A new poll on Louisiana’s U.S. Senate race is creating different opinions from both Democratic and Republican stalwarts and political analysts. Conducted by the firm...
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