Jimmy Kimmel's popular bit featuring celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves has inspired a political bent this week, when Senator David Vitter and more politicians agreed to read the vitriol Twitter users have tweeted at them.
Despite President Barack Obama admitting the launch of the Obamacare website was fumbled and he will allow citizens to keep their insurance plans, Senator David Vitter says there are still deep issues with Obamacare.
The state social services department is going to strip food stamp benefits from people who are found to have deliberately overspent their balance when the electronic food stamp service was down last month.
Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services Secretary Suzy Sonnier has responded to a letter Senator David Vitter wrote to her and Louisiana's Attorney General Buddy Caldwell. Sonnier says they are on it.
The partial federal government shutdown continues as Democrats and Republicans continue to convince their counterparts to begin negotiations on their terms. Senator David Vitter says Republicans are ready to talk to the President and Senate Democrats.
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