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John Bel Edwards Jun 27
When you wear a mask, you protect others. When others wear a mask, they protect you.
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Mandie Landry Ⓜ️ Jun 25
A few weeks ago at the end of the day I got into a full elevator & everyone was wearing a mask. I said that was probably the first time that had happened for me in the Capitol, & one of the women (they were all women, lol) said “we’re staff!” And we all sighed.
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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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Mandie Landry Ⓜ️ Jun 29
Everyone has the right to decide what to do with their own body! This law was trash and so are all the rest. Happy tears today. Give some money to because you care about the people of this state.
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Elizabeth Crisp Jun 27
More than 40% of Louisiana’s state budget comes from federal funding.
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Brendan Cuti Jun 26
Literally the Louisiana Legislature
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⚜️Rob Anderson for Louisiana Jun 26
Your reminder that the voted by mail to prohibit voters from being able to ... vote by mail.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 27
I want to call on the young people of our state to take COVID-19 seriously. 18-29 year-olds are the fastest-growing age group for positive cases in Louisiana. It's on all of us, young and old, to do our part and stop the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana.
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Real Reform Louisiana Jun 30
House Bill 57 will do nothing to lower insurance rates and will seriously limit the people of Louisiana’s access to justice. Now that the tort reform fight is over, it’s time for the legislature to enact real insurance reform that will actually lower rates.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 25
As a result of increased cases of COVID-19 in Louisiana, we will remain in Phase Two for the next few weeks. COVID-19 is alive and well in Louisiana, and we must continue to be good neighbors and wear masks, social distance and practice good hygiene.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 28
96 percent of today’s reported cases are associated with community spread, rather than congregate settings. 43 percent of today’s cases are from people 29 years old or younger. It’s on all of us to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 26
To say that Blaine Kern revolutionized Mardi Gras would be an understatement. Blaine made Louisiana synonymous with Mardi Gras, and he will always be remembered for his contributions to Carnival and our state.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 29
My statement on today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Louisiana's abortion law. 🔽🔽🔽
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Louisiana School Boards Association Jul 2
In the final hours of the special session, LSBA continued to fight for the protection of schools, teachers and students. Thanks for supporting public schools. Special thanks to Rep. Buddy Mincey, Jr. and Sen. Rogers Pope for authoring and handling the bill on the floor.
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John Bel Edwards Jun 28
COVID-19 is not done with Louisiana. Wear a mask. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Avoid congregating.
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Will Sentell Jun 26
$2 million added to state spending bill to try to improve Louisiana’s dismal literacy rates for youngest students. Bill to address issue died in regular session.Budget bill going through final changes before adjournment Tuesday.
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Davante Lewis Jun 30
La is 1 of 5 states with NO state minimum wage. 215,000 Louisiana workers - nearly 11% of the total workforce - would see a raise if we went to just *$9* per hour. Raising wages would reduce income inequality, and the gender pay gap. Let’s raise the damn wage
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AG Jeff Landry Jul 1
From Judge Ho's opinion: Government does not have carte blanche, even in a pandemic, to pick and choose which First Amendment rights are “open” and which remain “closed.”
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Kea Sherman Jul 1
Very disappointed to see special interests succeeded in their tort reform agenda to strip every day people & small business owners of their legal rights.Thanks to yea votes on HB57, people of LA won't be fully compensated for injuries & ur day in court will take forever.
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KarenCarterPeterson Jun 26
I wish state lege would mandate masks for health and safety of staff, members etal 🤷🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️😢
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