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skooks 13h
When the Republicans in the stole $300 million of the state's CARES Act allocation to pass it around to their friends... um.. I mean.. create a "small business relief fund" they effectively stole $50 million from the City of New Orleans
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Mandie Landry Ⓜ️ 16h
I wrote this with the recent SCOTUS decision in mind. But now seeing the extreme racial and economic disparities with Covid, it’s more important than ever that our state focus on increasing access to health care - not limiting it. Abortion is health care.
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Tyler Bridges 19h
The Louisiana Legislature has been anti-abortion for years. So have the state's governors. Now they will have to contend with a strong pro-choice advocate in who is in her 1st year in the Legislature
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Jenny Barber Valois Jul 7
No. Children can not be “behind” in their first year of education. They are where they are — setting higher “standards” every year and blaming 4 year olds for being unprepared is HORRIFIC.
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brian angelle 15h
NEWSFLASH: Did you know that Mr. Small Government's family businesses got at least two PPP loans?
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John Bel Edwards Jul 3
We . Take it from , it's up to all of us to do our part and stop the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana by wearing masks when in public, practicing social distancing and washing our hands frequently.
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brian angelle 15h
Iberia Parish Cornovirus Infections 7 day Roliing Average Per Capita.
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John Bel Edwards Jul 7
Wearing a mask or face-covering in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana is the neighborly thing to do. For more information on the myths vs. facts of face-coverings, visit:
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Tanner Magee Jul 3
The real winner of this session was . He showed real leadership, brought different sides together, stood up to special interests, and passed the most controversial bill of the session - tort reform. No offense leaving him off is a joke.
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Davante Lewis 17h
If only had centered the people of LA instead of the business/special interest lobbyist wishlist we could have helped stop this problem.
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brian angelle Jul 7
This is what ⁦⁩ fears. It’s a Cult I tell You.
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Health Freedom Louisiana Jul 5
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Sam Karlin 15h
For those following along at home, here's the timeline of when masks became mandatory in Louisiana cities/parishes. May 14: New Orleans July 1: Jefferson Parish July 2: Kenner July 3: East Baton Rouge Parish July 6: Shreveport Still no statewide mask mandate
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Louisianans for Affordable Rx Jul 6
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skooks Jun 30
The thing about this is the Republicans already stole this money when they set up the fund in the first place so why not just go the whole nine yards now
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DarlingCcs Jun 30
Exactly. Life ain't more important than some members of idea of *freedum* They really think going around maskless and trying to hamstring covid containment efforts (while disregarding the lives of thier own constituents) makes them modern day Willam Wallaces. Pathetic.
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Morgan Lamandre Jul 7
Well, this is a really interesting point for him to make 🤔
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Patrick Scott Jun 30
I’ll second this! Thank you so much and for your renewed commitment to long-term growth through education in the state.
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Harrison Golden 11h
.: “We have lost all the gains we made in June.”
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Greg Hilburn 11h
.: We have a serious situation and it's getting worse
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