- Introduced HB681 seeking a constitutional amendment to establish the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Commission
- Introduced HB756 to transfer responsibility of the maintenance of specified buildings and grounds in the capitol complex to the lt. governor through the Dept. of Culture, Recreation and Tourism subject to the authority and direction of the speaker of the House and the president of the Senate and creates a special fund for such purposes
- Introduced HB758 to regulate industrial hemp and consumable hemp products
- Introduced HB760 to remove the filing fee charged for submission of dissolution proceedings
When it comes to the issue of voter integrity one of the top talking points is cleaning up the voter rolls. We took a cursory look at a few parishes, but the shock came in Orleans. You won't want to miss this one.
It's been so quiet in the Lafayette City Court race that many of you have been asking us to take a look. So, here's what you should know about the candidates.
Republicans are constantly trying to convince you that they are doing everything they can. The truth is, they are not. They count on not having to stick to their word or stand by their vote. Is insincerity the reason they fear a veto session? Senate, the place...
People follow our content because we aren't afraid to point out when those with nefarious intent hijack the process for their own selfish gain. In fact, it's one of my favorite things to tell you about.
Documents acquired by Citizens for a New Louisiana reveal that it was the speaker himself who ordered our media credentials seized and revoked earlier this year; and made to appear as if someone else had done it.
When choosing between big business and protecting freedom for Louisiana's residents, it seems the Louisiana Legislature can only move in one direction. Jill Hines, from Health Freedom Louisiana, looks back at some seized and lost opportunities from the most recent regular session.
As often as he has changed up the rules in attempt to silence us, its apparent the Speaker of the House has more time for petty vindictiveness than he has for defending small business and individual liberty.
We take a closer look at the recent "historic" veto override by asking a baffling question: what specifically was gained by the effort? You'll be interested to read our answer.
Several local RPECs (Republican Parish Executive Committees) have taken up a resolution supporting a veto override for Louisiana's US Congressional districts. This is very odd behavior. The reason seems to be because the State Republican Party hasn't taken up the cause, and neither has any US Congressman in Louisiana. So, it's up to the fraud squad to press the Republican legislators to support this effort another way.
Soon Louisiana will elect a new governor. Citizens are asking which candidate will be most willing to work with legislators on balancing power.