- Introduced HB747 to require instruction on the "I Have a Dream" speech and prohibit certain concepts regarding sex, race, ethnicity, and national origin in content standards, curricula, textbooks, and staff professional development programs
- Introduced HB787 to require public school governing authorities to disclose certain information relative to training, activities, and learning materials on school and school district websites
- Introduced HB838 to create and provide for a program to provide state funding for the education of students not enrolled in a public schools
- Introduced HB1014 to provide relative to equality and transparency in public education and prohibits the inclusion of certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin
Veto Session: At Ease
Before the Veto Override Session began the political games were in full swing. From legislators not showing up to the governor admitting he made threats and promises to whip votes, the people never stood a chance at being represented. Inability to Perform Duties...
Clay’s Republican Turmoil
Most adults are aware of the devastating impact segregation had on America. It is crucial that we never repeat this part of history. This is why some lawmakers do not feel segregation should be pushed on children in Louisiana schools. Unfortunately, House Speaker,...
Republican Self Destruction
With friends like these, who needs enemies? Louisiana republicans are incapable of uniting even with a super majority. Democrat Ted James runs the speaker and the house. Maybe he is the leader everyone needs. You don't see democrats sacrificing each other in a...