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There’s no “nuance” in Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards’ dictionary, but “fear” is a word prominently displayed.

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Ever since the coronavirus became a household word and the American people started to worry about its tremendous impact, President Donald Trump and his task force have held daily media briefings. At these events, the President will usually make an announcement and then introduce members of h…

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The Chinese virus or Wuhan virus or coronavirus or COVID-19 or whatever you care to call it has brought the U.S. economy to its knees while the number of people infected with the disease mounts and death tolls continue to rise.

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As Gov. John Bel Edwards endorsed a sweeping proclamation last week that temporarily shuttered public schools and postponed elections, and as legislators voted to pause their ongoing regular session, government relations professionals and lobbyists — just like the rest of us — were left wond…

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There is one program currently available that provides substantial financial relief to any Louisiana worker on layoff due to the constraints which various local, state, and federal officials have put in place to address the coronavirus pandemic that requires no new legislation, no executive …

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On Friday, President Donald Trump officially called a national emergency to deal with the ongoing threat of the coronavirus. This is the latest in a series of escalating steps that have been taken to deal with the ongoing crisis.

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I sit here in the security of my home while the world appears to be spinning out of control. Schools, universities, churches, restaurants, businesses are closing as fear of the next generation virus explodes all over the world.

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As many of us already know from “Schoolhouse Rock!” and hopefully civics courses, bills are important to the legislative process because they have the opportunity to become state law. Then there are resolutions, which largely serve as the throat-clearing vehicles of the Louisiana Legislature.

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In the 2016 election, a rare breed, a maverick political outsider and businessman, Donald Trump, ran for President of the United States as a Republican. He faced 16 establishment Republicans as challengers who had years of political experience and extensive party connections. Despite the for…

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Once more this week as a home seller let’s try and think like a buyer. Just because we have lived in a home for an extended period of time, we often become oblivious to its faults. We think a buyer will not notice because we don’t. Wrong they will!

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While tort reform is expected to dominate the headlines in the regular legislative session that begins next week, it isn’t the only hot topic the Legislature will entertain.

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Much has been made in the mainstream media about the supermajority Republicans hold in the Louisiana Senate and the near supermajority they enjoy in the House — possibly at the cost of having a broader conversation regarding the priorities of their Democratic counterparts.

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As usual, Democrats will stop at nothing to blame President Trump for almost everything. With the world anxiously watching the spread of the coronavirus, the Democrats have decided that President Trump is responsible. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are bl…

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