Lack Of Worker Visas Could Cost Crawfish Processors Big Bucks
There’s concern that processors who sell pre-peeled crawfish meat won’t have enough foreign H-2B visa workers to peel all of the crawfish on the market.
La. Adds 11,400 Jobs Year-To-Year
Louisiana has now seen eleven straight months of jobs gains, with the state adding 10,200 jobs from January 2018 to 2019.
Dispute between Ag Commish Mike Strain & LSU Delays Production of Medical Marijuana
There’s another delay in the production of medical marijuana. Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain is the regulator of the state’s medical marijuana program and he claims LSU and its private grower, GB Sciences, violated law by moving cannabis plants from a temporary pod to the main gr…
House passes two background check bills
A new bill that requires background checks for not only the sale of a firearm but also the temporary transfer of a firearm, has passed in the Democrat-controlled House
Louisiana Lottery Contributing More Money To State In 2019
For the second quarter of the fiscal year 2019, the Louisiana Lottery has seen an uptick in contributions to the state treasury, transferring over $53.9 million towards K-12 public education in the state.
BR Diocese Releases Clergy Member Abuse Accusation List
The Diocese of Baton Rouge released the names today of 37 clergy members who have been credibly accused of abuse involving children.
LSU Alzheimer’s Treatment Shows Promise
Alzheimer sufferers potentially have some great news out of LSU Health New Orleans:
LSU Sports Venues To See Pricing Restructuring
The LSU Board of Supervisors approves a new pricing structure for football and baseball, the first price change since 2014 and 2015 respectively.
Louisiana one of 9 states reporting high flu activity
Louisiana is one of nine states reporting a high activity level for flu-like illnesses. That's according to CDC's latest U.S. Influenza Surveillance report.
Governor Edwards To Make Attempt In 2019 To Raise Minimum Wage
Twenty states have minimum wage increases taking effect today, while the minimum wage in Louisiana remains set by the federal government, $7.25 an hour and it's been that way since 2009.