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Landry Isn’t Backing Permanent Teacher Pay Raise

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — Gov. Jeff Landry doesn’t want to make a public school teacher pay hike from last year permanent, frustrating teachers...

State Cites Sewerage & Water Board for Drinking Water Testing Violations

NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Illuminator) — The Louisiana Department of Health has sent three notices of violations to the Sewerage and Water Board based on...

Exit Interview: Edwards Led Louisiana Through Crisis After Crisis

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — On Jan. 11, 2016, the same day he was sworn into office, John Bel Edwards received his first briefing...

Medicaid Work Requirements, Copayments Under Consideration

MONROE, La. (Louisiana Illuminator) — Gov.-elect Jeff Landry is considering work requirements and copayments for enrollees in Louisiana’s Medicaid program. The proposals tend to...

Rejected Tolls on Calcasieu I-10 Bridge Project Creates Worries for New River Span

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — Planning work continues on a new bridge across the Mississippi River to alleviate local traffic on Interstate 10 through...

Louisiana’s Long-Awaited Energy Efficiency Rules Are Up for Vote

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — State regulators will vote next week on new rules that would require utility companies to implement various power-saving measures...
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Retailers Pare Back Seasonal Hiring to Prepare for Ho-Hum Holidays

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — Black Friday shoppers may have noticed longer lines and fewer retail associates in some of their favorite stores than...

Louisiana Voters Back 3 of 4 Constitutional Amendments

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — Three of four proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution were approved Saturday, when voters also decided statewide runoffs for...

Restaurants Beg For Relief Crumbs

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — News of a homicide in New Orleans doesn’t always raise eyebrows. It’s not uncommon for residents to tune out...

Chemical Company’s Job Promises Come Under Scrutiny

BATON ROUGE (Louisiana Illuminator) — A company that said it would bring more than 100 six-figure-salaried jobs to a Jefferson Parish community if officials...

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