Issue 1207

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | May 30, 2019 | Issue 1207 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com Aboard Air Force One  Scalise on DJT and D.C. When President Donald Trump visited the Bayou State two weeks ago, many politicos closely watched the commander-in-chief’s movements, waiting to see if he made any indication of […]

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   By Jeremy Alford & Mitch Rabalais    |   May 28, 2019    |    Issue 189   |    News@LaPolitics.com    |    @LaPoliticsNow    |    LaPolitics.com      Your Roll Call Sharon Hewitt talks budget and marathon Finance hearings… A look back at the 1990 debate on abortion… John Alario, Jim Henderson and Terry Bradshaw have been […]

Issue 1206

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | May 23, 2019 | Issue 1206 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com ABORTION (AGAIN) #LaLege diving back into controversy With the controversies over state finances and the budget seemingly in Capitoland’s rearview mirror for the session, considerable attention in both chambers has shifted to legislation related to one […]

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   By Jeremy Alford & Mitch Rabalais    |   May 21, 2019    |    Issue 188   |    News@LaPolitics.com    |    @LaPoliticsNow    |    LaPolitics.com      Your Roll Call BESE member declines to seek re-election… John Kay talks gas tax and industrial hemp, CDB… A look back at Dave […]

Issue 1205

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | May 16, 2019 | Issue 1205 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com You’ve Been Trumped POTUS visit hit several political notes President Donald Trump’s promise of new I-10 bridge sort of stole the show when he visited Lake Charles this week. But several other stories, smaller in scope […]

Issue 1204

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | May 9, 2019 | Issue 1204 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com Keeping the Faith How the GOP #LaGov candidates are getting their church on While the Lord may rest on the week’s seventh day, gubernatorial candidates do not. Instead the men vying for the Bayou State’s top job […]

Issue 1203

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | May 2, 2019 | Issue 1203 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com Double Trouble Kennedy to join Landry on LCCM In a move that will only bolster the reach and resources of the Louisiana Committee for a Conservative Majority, U.S. Sen. John Kennedy has decided to become a […]

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   By Jeremy Alford & Mitch Rabalais    |    April 30, 2019    |    Issue 185   |    News@LaPolitics.com    |    @LaPoliticsNow    |    LaPolitics.com      Your Roll Call A pay raise could be on the horizon for local officials and judges… Louisiana Power Coalition’s Peter Robins-Brown talks redistricting […]

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Issue 1201

By JEREMY ALFORD & MITCH RABALAIS | April 18, 2019 | Issue 1201 | News@LaPolitics.com | @LaPoliticsNow | LaPolitics.com What Will Alario Do? Next move by legislative godfather may be complicated There are two words that can be uttered inside the marbled walls of Capitoland that will instantly capture the attention of any of its […]