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Mary L. Landrieu

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  • Landrieu Announces More than $36 Million in Broadband Funds for Louisiana

    Landrieu Announces More than $36 Million in Broadband Funds for Louisiana
    United States Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., Chair of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, today announced that Louisiana will receive more than $36 million in Department of Agriculture Recovery Act funding to expand broadband...
  • Politicians Hope To Make BP Pay For Gulf Coast Restoration

    Politicians Hope To Make BP Pay For Gulf Coast Restoration
    A bright spot to BP's oil spill. The company may end up saving our dwindling wetlands. ABC26 News Reporter Vanessa Bolano explains how. "There's an opportunity now presenting itself in Washington to push our agenda further," Says Senator Mary Landrieu....
  • Landrieu, Grassley Discuss Foster Care On Tv

    Landrieu, Grassley Discuss Foster Care On Tv
    Sen. Mary Landrieu, a Louisiana Democrat, is joining a Republican colleague in a national television appearance to promote better foster care for children. Landrieu and Sen. Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, are to appear Friday on the Dr. Phil show to...
  • Federal Grants Fund 2 La. Transit Projects

    Federal Grants Fund 2 La. Transit Projects
    A pair of Louisiana transit projects are getting more than $8 million in federal grant money. An announcement Wednesday by Sen. Mary Landrieu says Jefferson Parish will receive more than $1.1 million for replacing transit vehicles. Meanwhile, the New...
  • Jefferson Parish Transit Department Receives $1.1 Million For Transit Vehicle Replacement

    Jefferson Parish Transit Department Receives $1.1 Million For Transit Vehicle Replacement
    United States Senator Mary L. Landrieu today announced more than $8.5 million for Louisiana transit providers from the United States Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration (FTA) as a part of its State of Good Repair discretionary...
  • Lt. Gov.: Ban An Attempt To Change Energy Policy

    Lt. Gov.: Ban An Attempt To Change Energy Policy
    President Barack Obama's continued moratorium on deepwater petroleum drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is an attempt to move the United States toward alternative energy at a high economic cost to southern Louisiana, the state's lieutenant governor says....
  • Mayor Delivers Address To National Press Club

    Mayor Delivers Address To National Press Club
    Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu traveled to Washington, DC, to address the National Press Club on the state of New Orleans five years after Hurricane Katrina and just months following the BP oil disaster. Mayor Landrieu outlined how Hurricane Katrina and the...
  • Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff Marlin Gusman Endorses Cedric Richmond For Congress

    Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff Marlin Gusman Endorses Cedric Richmond For Congress
    Today, Sheriff Marlin Gusman stands alongside many civic and community leaders in endorsing Cedric Richmond to represent Louisiana's Second Congressional District. "Cedric has the experience and proven track record. I know he will make a great...
  • Danation: The Health and Happiness Show

    Huzzah! After a last-minute vote in the wee hours of Monday morning, one that followed the last-minute appeal of Republican Sen. Tom Coburn that God smite some Democratic senator, so they wouldn’t have the 60 votes they needed, the Senate voted to...
  • BP Penalty Funds To Go Toward Fed. Govt., Not Coastal Restoration

    BP Penalty Funds To Go Toward Fed. Govt., Not Coastal Restoration
    Long before the BP oil spill, marshes and barrier islands throughout the Gulf Coast were losing ground.  Since the 1930s, hurricanes and developers chipped away at this region, leaving many areas vulnerable and defenseless. "Using the resources of the...
  • Remembrances Pour In Of Archbishop Hannan

    Remembrances Pour In Of Archbishop Hannan
    Remembrances of Archbishop Phillip Hannan flowed on Thursday morning as news of his death at the age of 98 spread through New Orleans. WGNO Facebook friends recalled memories of Hannan celebrating their confirmations and officiating at graduations....