Jindal says his way is only way

Gov. Bobby Jindal left no doubt in anyone’s mind last week how far he would go to keep members of the

Lawmakers have rocky beginning

The Legislature has been in session for two weeks, and it became obvious Monday that little planning took place ahead of time. The first attempt to repeal local inventory taxes, the centerpiece of efforts to whittle down a $1.6 billion deficit, had to be pulled from consideration when it was revealed that ending the tax wouldn’t raise any money for the state during the fiscal year starting July 1.

Two bills causing some heartburn

A Legislature facing a $1.6 billion budget deficit has already been sidetracked with two proposals

Voters being used in chess game

The voters of Louisiana are being used as pawns in a political chess game being played by Republican members of the state’s congressional delegation. They are falling all over themselves in a rush to endorse U.S. Sen. David Vitter for governor in