Some people raised eyebrows back in the 1960s, when Curtis Joubert began promoting the idea that south Louisiana had something special to offer and that people from other places would spend good mo
Louisiana’s current crop of state representatives can’t go anywhere these days without hearing about the dreaded “fiscal cliff,” which is code for the more than $1 billion budget deficit slated for
BATON ROUGE — No purses or briefcases allowed. Only transparent trash bags can be used. Randomized routes and delivery times demanded for the product, moved in unmarked vehicles.
The general counsel for the state’s premier newspaper and magazine association believes that the “next frontier for public records law in Louisiana” will involve text messages and emails.
BATON ROUGE — Louisiana’s decade of financial problems may have a silver lining, forcing more scrutiny on how the state spends its money, what dollars agencies receive and what tax breaks the stat