Landrieu, Maness to again debate without Cassidy
WWL said Cassidy has rejected several invitations to participate, just as he did for two other planned televised debates. His refusal to participate in a Monroe debate on Oct. 8 led to KNOE canceling the event.
Cassidy budgets would hurt La.
A lot of us in Louisiana who will depend on Medicare will be hurt if Congressman Cassidy’s idea of a budget becomes a reality, especially those with health problems and those with the fewest resources.
Blake: We need Landrieu’s seniority in the Senate
We need to remember too that “seniority rules” in Washinton. Therefore it is imperative that we keep Sen. Landrieu as chairman of the Energy Committee. Consider this scenario.
Louisiana crawfish industry to receive $19 million in unpaid Chinese crawfish tariffs
The Louisiana crawfish industry will receive at least $19 million from unpaid duties that U.S. Customs and Border Protection collected against Chinese processors who did not pay required duties on crawfish shipments between late 2000 and 2007.
Editorial: Experience counts
"Experience matters. Know-how matters. Relationships matter."
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At tonight's debate, Senator Mary Landrieu clearly laid out how she has delivered for Louisiana over the last 18 years in the Senate, and how Congressman Bill Cassidy would just take Louisiana backwards.
Hillary Rodham Clinton To Hold Women With Mary Geaux Vote Event In New Orleans With Senator Mary Landrieu
The Landrieu campaign today announced that Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold a Women with Mary Geaux Vote Event in New Orleans for Senator Mary Landrieu on Saturday, November 1.
Cassidy To Dodge Third Debate Tonight In Front Of Statewide Audience
This evening Congressman Bill Cassidy will be absent once again for the third debate of the election cycle, leaving voters to wonder why Bill Cassidy refuses to answer questions about his record.
ICYMI: Independent Analysis Finds Senator Landrieu One Of The Most Effective Legislators In Gridlocked Congress
Politico published an infographic Wednesday that ranks Senator Mary Landrieu as one of the most effective legislators in the notoriously gridlocked 113th Congress.
Senator Landrieu In New Ad: ‘Louisiana Is Worth Fighting For’
“This is the Louisiana Washington will never understand,” Senator Landrieu said in the ad. “…I’m Mary Landrieu, and I approve this message because Louisiana is worth fighting for.”