By Jeremy Alford & Sarah Gamard LaPolitics.com A rather holy wave may be building for the 2019 election cycle in the form of pastors and faith-based advocates qualifying as candidates, according to Rev. Gene Mills, […]
By Sarah Gamard, Mitch Rabalais & Jeremy Alford LaPolitics.com This year and last there were bills filed in about 25 states to address privacy issues with internet service providers, and all of them were brought […]
Before delivering the prayer that opened the regular session for the lower chamber on Monday, Rep. Patrick Connick, R-Marrero, joked that he was considering drawing inspiration from the words of St. Jude, the patron saint […]
As President-elect Donald Trump closes in on his official inauguration, former U.S. Rep. Billy Tauzin believes Trump’s ascension to the Oval Office has the potential to be beneficial for both St. Charles Parish and the state, noting there should be plenty of opportunity to get things done in the coming years. […]
Rehiring Tauzin Consultants as a lobbyist for the St. Charles Parish government drew spirited debate among council members who questioned the need for one when the state of Louisiana is struggling in one of its worse budget crunches in history. […]
After many West Bank residents received the shocking news that their flood insurance rates could skyrocket next year, a FEMA spokesperson warned that the quoted prices were just estimates and that a final price would depend on the homeowner’s insurance company.