A state representative wants to pass a new law to keep people safe from carbon monoxide, after our reports exposed how alarming levels of the odorless, colorless gas got into people's homes following Hurricane Ida.
The National Flood Insurance Program's new pricing takes effect on October 1, but Sen. Bill Cassidy and some of his senate colleagues filed a bill on Tuesday (Sept. 28) to delay the changes that some fear will result in astronomical flood insurance rates in Louisiana.
Federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Thursday that a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals correctly ruled last month that the government had proven its case against Dylann Roof, despite his protestations on several points.
Louisiana’s top law enforcement leaders held a news conference on Thursday, July 8 speaking in opposition to the proposal for state legislators to convene for a special session and override Gov. John Bel Edwards’ veto of Senate Bill 118 (SB 118).
Gov. John Bel Edwards has vetoed 28 bills from the most recent session. Now, talk about a veto override session continues to gather steam among lawmakers, especially when it comes to bills dealing with election integrity.
There’s a new roadblock in the race to get sports betting up and running across Louisiana. The state is delaying the implementation of sports gambling until a new gambling regulatory chief is appointed.
Gov. John Bel Edwards is looking closely at a bill that would allow most people to be able to carry their firearms concealed without taking a training course but the bill’s chances of being signed into law are looking slim-to-none.