La. Sec’y of State on Motor Voter abuse: ‘I think it’s time for someone in the states to stand up against this foolishness coming out of Washington D.C.’
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Instead of bowing down to green pressure groups that greatly overstate the environmental risks attached to natural gas production, policymakers in the northeast should look toward Louisiana as a model for economic renewal, industry and government officials recommend.
Medicaid costs continued to rise in 2011, consuming a greater percentage of overall state spending. This was a result of federal stimulus money, heightened health care expenses and increased enrollment.
Big spenders in Congress who continue to inflate the national debt at the expense of future generations could be brought to heel if a Louisiana resolution in favor of a proposed constitutional amendment continues to catch on in other states.
By refusing to set up a health care insurance exchange system that could be used to advance ObamaCare regulations, Gov. Bobby Jindal has cut a path that other state officials should follow, argue analysts with the Cato Institute.
However, other leading figures within Gov. Jindal’s own Republican Party remain divided on [...]
(Really good scoop thanks to the Associated Builders and Contractors in Louisiana. They recognize that with about 97 percent of the construction industry in the private sector these special interests sops to organized labor will lock out most of their workers.) In a pre-emptive move aimed against pre-hire construction agreements that favor union shops, Sen. [...]
While media attention is now focused on the demands of public employees in the more unionized areas of the country, “Right to Work” states like Louisiana also pay higher costs because of unions, industry experts and policy analysts say. In fact, Louisiana residents could be paying 13.22 percent less in state income taxes if they [...]