Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards and Republican Attorney General Jeff Landry don’t agree on much. The two have vastly different political views and are in a near-constant state of disagreement over everything from health care to LGBTQ rights and budgeting. Read more...
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Edwards won second term but WSJ label of Louisiana 'The Trial Lawyer State' remains, tort reform adv
BATON ROUGE – Gov. John Bel Edwards won his second term in Saturday's hard-fought runoff election but an up-north newspaper's rebuke of him and Louisiana earlier this month still remains, tort reform
NEW ORLEANS – The race for an open Louisiana Supreme Court seat in Saturday's primary is "high on intrigue, low on interest," but some of the state's coastal and oil litigators are backing one candida
NEW ORLEANS – Four Republicans are vying for an open Louisiana Supreme Court seat in the 1st District in Saturday's primary, with one candidate getting support from the state's coastal and oil litigat
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