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House petition case: Gov. asks court to stop GOP opponents from...

Gov. John Bel Edwards scored an early victory last week in the second round of the Edwards v. House petition case in which his...

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry opposes schools interpreting Title IX to...

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry joined 20 other attorneys general in sending a letter to President Joe Biden expressing their opposition to the U.S....

Jefferson Parish School Board reaches settlements in two lawsuits over BB...

The Jefferson Parish School Board reached a financial settlement with the families of two boys who were suspended for displaying BB guns during virtual...

Supreme Court upholds Arizona ‘ballot harvesting’ ban, in setback for voting...

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s ban on third-party ballot collections, reversing the 9th Circuit’s ruling last year that the prohibition violated the Voting...

Supreme Court affirms transgender rights in declining to hear Virginia school...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it will not hear a case of a transgender student in Virginia who was barred from...

Federal judge halts Biden pause on new oil and gas leases...

A federal judge in Lafayette has ordered the Biden administration to restart regular sales of oil and gas leases, forcing the administration to prematurely...

Louisiana Supreme Court redistricting bill falls short in House

A redistricting bill that would add two Louisiana Supreme Court seats and allow lawmakers to redraw the entire district map failed to pass in...

La. Republicans block qualified immunity bill, setting aside months of bipartisan...

Republicans in a Louisiana Senate committee on Tuesday blocked Rep. Edmond Jordan’s bill to limit qualified immunity for police officers whose conduct is deemed...

Will Louisiana finally get more transparency about how the courts spend...

The Louisiana Legislature’s current judicial budget proposal includes a provision it doesn’t include in most years — a requirement the court system be more...

Louisiana Supreme Court could gain 2 more seats

A bill that would change the number of Louisiana Supreme Court justices from seven to nine and require that each district be equal in...

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