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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.
Now is the time to contact your representatives and senators. Let them know that you believe our children are worth fighting for.
Citizens for a New Louisiana’s presence is felt in the Capitol daily, as legislators decide the fate of hundreds of bills. Here’s a sample of just a few good and bad ones and their current status.
Have you ever been to Washington DC Mardi Gras? Our own Jamie Pope made her first trip recently, and shares some of her experiences with you.
Louisiana is last in nearly everything good. Education is no exception. Our children deserve the best education we can provide. Why is The Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) against high standards? Their own strategic plan says...
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 where...
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.
Remember Ronnie “Judas” Johns? He was the villain of the 2021 veto override session. For simply not showing up (so there wouldn’t be enough votes to override any of JBE’s terrible vetoes) the governor rewarded him with a six-figure salary. Now he’s hoping that so much time has passed that you and the Senate Governmental Affairs committee will have forgotten all about it. Except that we’ll be here making sure everyone remembers.
Soon Louisiana will elect a new governor. Citizens are asking which candidate will be most willing to work with legislators on balancing power.
Why does the Speaker get to decide who is media and who is not? I am well aware that Clay Schexnayder does not care for my coverage of him. Regardless, partisan politics should have no place in determining what or who is considered news media. If you’ve been worried about social media censorship, maybe you should instead be worried about the censorship going on right in the people’s House Chamber.