Tripp, a member of the Louisiana
Governor's Commission for Coastal Restoration.
Coast Guard began working with the EPA, the Louisiana
state government, and private industries to identify and recover spilled oil along the coast.
It's obvious that 150,000 potential new voters who may in fact be African American would be enthusiastically welcomed in the political landscape of Texas, but my focus is that they possibly return to Louisiana
to be engaged in that political landscape.
has become serious competition to the Southern California movie industry with a growing number of projects being lured south by generous tax incentives and a rapidly growing production infrastructure.
As long as Spain controlled Louisiana
and America had i access to the wharves of New Orleans, the United States was happy to stand pat.
When David Utter, Shannon Wight and Gabriella Celeste opened the doors to the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana
in 1997, they had no way of knowing that their work would ignite a statewide juvenile justice movement only a few years later.
1/5/04, which was handed down before Kevin Associates, a Louisiana
appellate court held that the Department of Revenue (DOR) could not assert jurisdiction over an out-of-state holding company, because the corporation's contacts with the state were insufficient to satisfy Due Process Clause nexus requirements.
Corrupt politics is as much a part of Louisiana
as crawdads and kudzu.
The Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary Foundation is also studying drainage projects, "to divert water back out to rebuild the marsh and restore nutrients," says Radlauer, spreading an aerial map on a counter in Lafitte, Louisiana
The statement given by John Pickering to a notary public in Texas after he moved there from Louisiana
in 1926 shows that his decision resulted from a carefully considered, accurate analysis of the plantation system and his chances of economic advancement if he had stayed with his previous employer.
By 1980 more than 80 percent of the bear's traditional hardwood habitat had disappeared, according to the federal Fish and Wildlife Service's 1995 Louisiana
Black Bear Recovery Plan.
The taxpayers of Louisiana
were being forced to support two school systems--one public and open to all and the other a private one that served a private religious interest.