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National Public Radio
Citizens for a New Louisiana [is] the same group behind the conservative takeover of the Lafayette library board.
Voting Systems Commission meeting
Mark your calendars for the next Voting Systems Commission meeting in Baton Rouge. It's being held at 10:00am in Senate Committee Room E at the Capitol. If you'd like to attend, you're welcome to park at our office at 530 Lakeland Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, or in the parking lot across the street. Street parking is reserved for Spanish Town residents. So, don't park on the street or you could be ticketed. We'll be catering in breakfast from Chick-Fil-A, and will need a good headcount for the food, so please RSVP below if you're coming and indicate how many guests you're bringing. This is a free gathering, but please chip in if you'd like to help cover the expense. Chip In
School Library Journal
[Citizens for a New Louisiana] is very well organized.
Citizens for New Louisiana aims for a conservative presence across the state.
Lafayette Secret Lunch with Brett Geymann
Join us on Friday, March 24th, as we welcome Louisiana Legislator, Brett Geymann. As an original member of the "Fiscal Hawks," Brett brings a deep knowledge of the state's budget and spending habits. If you're considering running for the legislature this fall, this is one presentation you certainly won't want to miss. Attendance is free, but we encourage attendees to thank Bailey's Restaurant for hosting by ordering lunch. Lunch is $25 at the door, limited menu selection, with lenten friendly items.