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The official Twitter page for U.S. Senator John N. Kennedy (R-La.)
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John Kennedy Oct 22
Welcoming Deputy to the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office. Thanks for supporting our local law enforcement heroes!  
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John Kennedy Oct 22
The spent 20 hours questioning Judge Amy Coney Barrett, and 2 items are crystal clear: Her qualifications are unassailable, and Democrats’ objections are illegitimate. Full statement:
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John Kennedy Oct 22
Judge Amy Coney Barrett was hit with everything but a chair in last week's hearings, and she stuck the landing. Looking forward to seeing an exceptional nominee move forward today.
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John Kennedy Oct 21
Senate Republicans just voted to put American and Louisiana workers, families, and businesses first. Democrats again killed the bill and snuffed out hope for the relief Louisiana families so desperately need.
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John Kennedy Oct 21
Section 230 waives liability for platforms like Twitter and Facebook. They’re picking winners and losers through censorship but can’t be sued for libel (unlike ). It’s past time to consider whether these companies should still have that protection.
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John Kennedy Oct 20
Thousands of utility linemen put their safety at risk to repair Louisiana’s electrical grid after Hurricanes Laura and Delta. In my book, these heroes are first responders, so my bill would make them part of ’s official list.
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John Kennedy Oct 20
It’s sad but not surprising that so many of my Democratic colleagues today blocked another round of funding, even though the Paycheck Protection Program has supported at least 800,000 jobs in Louisiana alone.
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John Kennedy Oct 20
Good news: The IRS is extending tax deadlines for victims of Hurricane until Feb. 16. Details here:
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John Kennedy Oct 20
If social media gurus want to hum the Cuban national anthem in the shower, that’s their right. But they can’t act on their political beliefs to censor one side without raising a host of legal and ethical issues.
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John Kennedy Oct 19
Last time the Senate voted to send relief to Louisiana families and businesses, 52 Republicans supported the bill. So where's the aid? Every single, solitary Senate Democrat who voted blocked it.
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John Kennedy Oct 17
Everyday heroes in Beauregard Parish literally going the extra mile to keep a family with young kids safe through Hurricane . That’s Louisiana.
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John Kennedy Oct 16
recap: “The policy decisions and value judgments of government must be made by the political branches elected by and accountable to the People. The public should not expect courts to do so, and courts should not try.” —Judge Amy Coney Barrett
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John Kennedy Oct 16
On behalf of my own pups, Jack and Charlie, thanks to the LeBoeuf’s for showing so much love to the canine world.
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John Kennedy Oct 15
Almost half of the metal roof peeled off this Abbeville learning center “like the top of a sardine can.” While Louisianians keep helping each other, I’ll keep fighting for the resources our state needs to recover from Hurricanes and .
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John Kennedy Oct 14
The Senate is following the Constitution by filling a vacancy with a nominee who is eminently qualified. Judge Amy Coney Barrett will be a great addition to . 20 hours of questioning made that clear.
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John Kennedy Oct 14
“A judge may never subvert the law or twist it in any way to match the judge’s convictions from whatever source they derive.” —Judge Amy Coney Barrett This didn’t use to be a novel concept.
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John Kennedy Oct 14
Hurricane struck Louisiana only 6 weeks after Laura, forcing many Louisianians to relive the nightmare. I won’t let Washington forget that families and workers here are still struggling to rebuild.
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John Kennedy Oct 14
Judge Amy Coney Barrett testified 11 hours without notes. No one laid a glove on her, and no one with an IQ above room temperature could walk away unimpressed.
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John Kennedy Oct 13
The Cajun Navy again rescues their neighbors from flood waters after Hurricane , reminding us all how often Louisianians show up for each other.
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John Kennedy Oct 13
The system is kicking Louisiana fraud victims while they’re down. Bottom line: Neither the receiver nor the court has the authority to prevent victims from pursuing justice against Allen Stanford and his no-good sidekicks.
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