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Mary Landrieu to Louisiana voters: I'm going to tax your online purchases

Pelican State voters who took advantage of Cyber Monday deals at their favorite online retailers may have enjoyed their last tax-free Christmas shopping experience, so says Sen. Mary Landrieu.

12/02/2014
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ObamaCare's employer mandate is wreaking havoc on Louisiana public schools

ObamaCare's employer mandate isn't just a problem for businesses, it's also causing some major problems in public school systems around the country. This provision of the law requires employers, both public and private, with more than 50 full-time employees, defined as those working an average of 30 hours or more in a week, to offer health insurance benefits or face a punitive per worker tax.

11/18/2014
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Keystone XL show vote isn't going to save Mary Landrieu

Faced with ominous chances for reelection, Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) is pushing for a vote on the long-stalled northern section of the Keystone XL Pipeline before the December 6 runoff, according to recent media reports, and Democratic leaders seem willing to oblige.

11/13/2014
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Does Senator Mary Landrieu Really Live in Her Parents Basement To Maintain Louisiana Residency Requirement

One of the hallmarks of the political elite is being disconnected from their constituents. The more time they spend in Washington, D.C. the wider the gap between their priorities and the concerns of their constituents.

09/04/2014
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FreedomWorks Slams Louisiana Common Core Decision as Judicial Activism

Washington, DC- Following news that a Louisiana District judge overruled Governor Jindal's attempt to overturn Common Core for reasons of "irreparable harm" to those who have been preparing for the changes, FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe released the following statement:

08/20/2014
Victory for Louisiana School Vouchers?
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Victory for Louisiana School Vouchers?

DC bureaucrats are attempting once again to interfere with the educational choice of parents. Do states have the right to direct education for the students that reside there? If the latest battle in Louisiana is any indication, some in the federal government won't be happy with anything other than invasion of your rights.

12/02/2013
Former Anti-Voucher Advocate Now Advocates For Vouchers and School Choice
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Former Anti-Voucher Advocate Now Advocates For Vouchers and School Choice

There is a lot of misinformation about school choice, and sometimes even wise and well intentioned people are misled.  As school choice success stories begin to go mainstream though, more people are championing the ideas of empowering students and parents. Just ask Ann Duplessis, former anti-voucher advocate who is now at the forefront of a group fighting for vouchers. 

11/26/2013
Louisiana Supreme Court Issues Ruling That Is a Setback for School Choice
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Louisiana Supreme Court Issues Ruling That Is a Setback for School Choice

School choice received a blow in Louisiana today when the Supreme Court deemed funding for vouchers unconstitutional. Last April, Governor Bobby Jindal expanded school choice, including scholarships offered for up to 5,600 students for the current school year. More than 10,000 students applied for 5,600 spots in private and religious schools this year, and were selected by a lottery. The program was set to be expanded next year with nearly 8,000 students approved for vouchers with more scholarships expected to be approved in June.

05/07/2013
School Choice in America Part I
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School Choice in America Part I

Today Americans find themselves in the midst of a great crisis in our educational system. Parents across the nation are waking up with the realization that the promise of public education has failed to deliver.

02/01/2013
School Choice in Court in Louisiana
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School Choice in Court in Louisiana

In April of this year, Louisiana lawmakers passed two education bills which included enormous progress for school choice in that state. These bills established the largest voucher program in the country, curtailed teacher tenure, expanded charter schools, and tied educator pay and job security to student performance, allowing over 400,000 children new choice in education. 

10/15/2012

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