Now that Louisiana is seemingly on the other side of a public health emergency, some lawmakers looking back believe the governor made too many decisions without hearing from state leaders, especially when it comes to emergency declarations, like mask mandates.
Exclusive new audio obtained by the 9News Investigators revealed what was said when retired Louisiana State Police (LSP) superintendent Kevin Reeves and his legal team met privately with Louisiana House Speaker Clay Schexnayder (R - Gonzales) earlier this year to discuss Ronald Greene’s death investigation.
The Louisiana legislative committee tasked with investigating the circumstances of Ronald Greene’s 2019 death while in the custody of the Louisiana State Police heard testimony from former officials on Tuesday, March 15.
According to the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office, early voting for the March 26 Municipal Primary Election begins Saturday, March 12 and will continue through Saturday, March 19, excluding Sunday, March 13.
The family of Ronald Greene took an angry, direct tone Thursday when addressing Gov. John Bel Edwards, demanding he resign and that criminal charges be pressed against all involved in what they allege is a cover-up.
Gov. John Bel Edwards issued a statement on Thursday, Feb. 10 in response to the creation of a select bipartisan committee to investigate the 2019 death of Ronald Greene while in the custody of the Louisiana State Police.
Senate Democrats say it’s important to pass federal legislation to ensure each person’s right to vote. Republican senators say bills have been passed to extend voting rights and the power of changing voting laws should remain at the state level.