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  • Gulf oil spill: Former Interior chiefs defend their records on offshore drilling

     
    Former President George W. Bush’s interior secretaries defended their record of promoting offshore drilling Tuesday at a hearing before a congressional committee investigating the catastrophic gulf oil spill. "If regulations on the books and industry...
  • Census Citizenship Question: Landrieu Pressed To Back Vitter's Proposal

    Census Citizenship Question: Landrieu Pressed To Back Vitter's Proposal
    Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is under pressure from most of Louisiana's congressional delegation to support Republican Sen. David Vitter's legislation requiring that next year's census forms ask about the status of a person's citizenship. Supporters...
  • Former Governor Dave Treen Dead At 81

    Former Governor Dave Treen Dead At 81
    Former Louisiana Gov. Dave Treen has died at age 81. Treen's son, David C. Treen Jr., said Treen died early Thursday of complications from a respiratory illness at East Jefferson General Hospital. Governor Bobby Jindal announced Thursday afternoon...
  • La. Delegation Gets Mediocre Environmental Score

    Louisiana's congressional delegation got a lukewarm vote of confidence for 2009 by the League of Conservation Voters, an environmental group that's issued scorecards on Congress for 30 years. In the scorecard, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., got high...
  • Steve Scalise Ducks Debate?

    Steve Scalise Ducks Debate? Jim Harlan Still Waiting on Day 3 of Debate Challenge "Steve Scalise apparently doesn't want to give voters the opportunity to compare us on the issues. He knows my real world expertise and knowledge will make him look...
  • Long Lines, Late Night Expected for Elections

    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Elections officials expect lengthy waits for voters and a late night of vote tallying Tuesday as Louisiana residents cast their ballots in presidential, congressional and local races. Secretary of State Jay Dardenne...
  • Waves of Voters Deluge Polling Places in Louisiana

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Voters queued in long lines across Louisiana Tuesday night - waits of up to four hours were reported earlier - to decide a historic presidential race further flavored by decisions on a slew of congressional seats and battery of local...
  • Jindal outlines goals to congressional delegation

    Gov. Bobby Jindal and the Louisiana congressional delegation's list of priorities for the new White House administration and new Congress centers on hurricane recovery, health care and energy issues. They include aid for farmers whose crops were...
  • Cao Votes Against Stimulus Package

    New Orleans -- Congress passes a $787 billion stimulus package. Although not all of the state's congressional delegation likes the idea.    The package is expected to bring around $4 billion to the state to help fund educational programs, law...
  • Congressman Cao Against Health Revamp

    Congressman Cao Against Health Revamp
    Congressman Anh "Joseph" Cao, the only Republican to vote for a Democrat-backed health care overhaul late last year, doesn't expect to do so again when the Senate version comes up for a vote this weekend. "At this point, I'm pretty much a definite no,"...
  • 2 La. congressmen to address health care

    2 La. congressmen to address health care
    Two Louisiana congressmen planned to address the ongoing debate about overhauling the nation's health care at events Monday. U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy, a Baton Rouge Republican, and Rep. Steve Scalise, a Republican from Jefferson, both planned meetings...