On March 20, the House passed the bill 97-1. The Senate vote April 30 was 38-0. Once the House votes to accept the Sen ate's amendments, the bill will head to Gov. Bobby Jindal's desk for his signature.
When the Department of Veterans Affairs sends out a press release concerning allegations about one of its hospitals, you know big stuff is in the works. And when two U.S. senators (John McCain and Jeff Flake of Arizona) jump in and ask for a probe, heads are going to roll.
Routine grass mowing and edging do not require licensed individuals. However, work such as plant bed preparation, bedding plant installation, landscape design, lawn irrigation system installation, tree trimming, and application of fertilizer must be conducted by someone licensed through LDAF.
Now that the ballyhoo over the recently announced alliance between Duck Commander and the Independence Bowl (which is now the “Duck Commander Independence Bowl”) has subsided, many citizens are questioning the finances of this new sponsorship agreement.
A report came out online on WISTV.com out of Columbia, S.C., last Thursday regarding meth labs and the costs of cleaning up these contaminated homes, hotel rooms and apartments. Many of the problems that South Carolina must deal with are shared by Louisiana and many other states, so this appeared to be an ideal report for this week’s Meth in the News.
Our cordless mike had a dangling antenna which relays signals to a base unit that has a single antenna of its own. The base antenna is designed to pick up sound waves – preferably sound waves from the microphone.
Contrary to what is being reported, this is not a new property tax or an increase in property taxes. This is simply an extension of the current bond property tax millage of 1.75 that is now in place. The extension would allow Caddo Parish to issue an additional $23 million in bonds to fund necessary capital improvements.
Yep, it’s true. Rep. Roy Burrell just can’t get “no respect” when it comes to his misguided aspirations to become Shreveport’s next mayor. If he proceeds with his announced candidacy, there’s little doubt that he will get “no satisfaction” from a second effort for the crown.
Aided by the Yale Law School Veterans Legal Service Clinic, a handful of Vietnam veterans with PTSD filed suit in U.S. District Court in Connecticut alleging that the military didn't upgrade their discharges when it should have. Over the years, less than 5 percent of requests for upgrade have been given.