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A sweeping proposal to change Louisiana’s legal system to drive down costs for auto insurers, a measure proponents say would reduce auto insurance rates, was approved by the Louisiana House of Representatives Tuesday after a lengthy debate over why the state’s auto rates are so high and how to best address them.
A year-old political battle over firearms policies adopted by handful of national banks and financial institutions is still burning in the Louisiana State Capitol.
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s push for tourism tax dollars sparked verbal fireworks in the State Capitol on Tuesday, with hospitality leaders warning that a series of bills to re-direct hotel taxes for the city’s drainage needs would “destroy” parts of the city’s hospitality industry.
The Louisiana Senate on Monday unanimously approved a bill that would ban food sellers from labeling their products things like veggie "meat" or "cauliflower rice," a proposal pushed by agriculture interests.
In a hardball move against the hospitality industry, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell took her fight for tourism tax dollars to the Louisiana Legislature Monday, with members of her administration testifying in favor of a series of bills to redirect hotel taxes and other funds towards city infrastructure.
Pacific Power admits that Klamath Falls was not at the top of its priorities a few years ago when the issue of a city-operated Municipal Utility District came to the forefront.
Communities work to address evolving opioid crisis
From coast to coast, governments, hospitals and nonprofits are still working to tackle a longstanding problem