Graduates are Lt. John Fourcade and Bandit, Cpl. Beaux Nunnery and Baylee, Deputy Joseph Fourcade and Duke, Deputy Brandi Jo Nunnery and Vieja, Deputy Maggie Boykin and Black Jack, Deputy Chris Childress and Comet, Reserve Deputy Elam Fontenot and...
ALEXANDRIA, La.—On June 17, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Sen. Robert Adley and representatives from the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) at Central Louisiana Technical Community College to sign legislation that will provide funding for projects at community and technical colleges across Louisiana.
The bill defines “coerced abortion” as the use of force, intimidation, threat of force, threat of deprivation of food and shelter, or the deprivation of food and shelter by a parent or any other person in order to compel a female child to undergo an abortion against her will.
On June 11, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released its annual Firefighter Fatality Report. There were a total of 64 on-duty firefighter deaths in the U.S. in 2012, making 2012 the second consecutive year that the total has been below 65 deaths.
The legislation increases the civil jurisdiction in cases where the amount in dispute, or the value of the property involved, to $35,000. Heretofore, the Shreveport City Court was limited to cases with a value of $25,000. The bill passed the House on an 89-0 vote and the Senate with a 34-0 vote and was signed into law by Gov.