News from around Louisiana
Citizens for a New Louisiana now has full support from the Louisiana state government.
New York Times
The group that started the hubbub over in Lafayette Parish is called Citizens for a New Louisiana. And I know the players. And I had been monitoring who’s involved in all of this.
Citizens for a New Louisiana has been systematically placing conservatives on volunteer commissions such as the Lafayette Parish Library Board of Control and Bayou Vermilion District, where they now have majority control.
I can understand why someone would try to duplicate what they are doing at Citizens but alas, that's a trap. They make it look easy. It isn't.
The (UK) Independent
Mr Lunsford’s appeal prompted the parish library director to move the [erotic] book[s] from teen nonfiction sections to adult nonfiction sections
Citizens for New Louisiana aims for a conservative presence across the state.
American Library Association
The whole area is being controlled by a political group called Citizens for a New Louisiana.
It’s not Crawfish festival season – but there’s definitely something screwy going on in the Breaux Bridge Police Department.
Robert Vines, a Louisiana Assistant DA, allegedly used his prosecutorial power in an attempt to remove the leader of a foreign nation.
Never is hypocrisy more glaring than when comparing two votes for the same exact bill. Here’s our look back to find the veto override session’s biggest flip-floppers.
Allowing commercial enterprise to flourish in residential neighborhoods goes against the core concept of zoning laws. However, while city councils sleep, corporations and AirBnB entrepreneurs have been gradually disrupting the quiet of neighborhoods in the name of big business.
Like one of those bad JG Wentworth commercials, Lafayette Parish Schools has converted all available future tax revenue into a big lump sum payment. Now, to get their hands on even more spending money, they’re planning to raise your taxes!
Citizens for a New Louisiana is proud to release a statewide poll conducted July 6-10, which surveyed the Governor’s race and public opinion of the State Legislature.
Citizens for a New Louisiana was founded on the concept that if the average citizen knew the terrible things that went on in government, perhaps our officials would stop doing them.
Now is the time to contact your representatives and senators. Let them know that you believe our children are worth fighting for.
As the fight between Youngsville’s City Council and Chief of Police moves into court, we explore a possibility that any investigation was doomed to failure by design.
Heather Cloud’s fantastic SB7 (now Act 436) was signed into law by the governor. The bill requires every local library board in Louisiana to prioritize the innocence of children through a uniform, written policy.