Of all the ironies arising from the recall drive against New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, one stands out: When all is said and done, the only elected official who may be held to account is a judge who signed the petition - and then presided over a lawsuit aimed at reducing the number of signatures needed on that petition. Read more...
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