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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Bobby Jindal
Republican Bobby Jindal postulates that when year after year more people move to Louisiana than leave it, he's probably doing something right as governor.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal kicked off the Western Conservative Summit by telling the crowd that what fears most about President Obama is his push to redefine the American dream.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal weighed in Wednesday on the military and political fighting between Hamas and Israel, saying the United States must condemn the "terrorist attacks on the people of Israel."
An early and vocal supporter of Common Core, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced last week that he aimed to pull the state out of the Common Core program, but the fight appears headed for court.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced plans Wednesday to pull his state out of the nationwide Common Core education standards and scrap the accompanying tests — putting him at odds with the his state legislature, the business community and his handpicked leader of the state's department of eduction, who said the governor can't unilaterally scrap the standards.
Looking to bolster his national image ahead of a likely 2016 presidential bid, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is hitching his wagon to the growing movement against the nationwide school standards known as Common Core, which have become a lightning rod for the tea party and other conservative activists.
Louisiana lawmakers worked Sunday through a pile of bills awaiting final compromises before their annual session wraps up, agreeing to delay the effects of the shift to Common Core education standards and to add new privacy protections for public school student data.
Terminally-ill patients in Louisiana, with permission from their doctors, will be able to use experimental drugs or treatments that haven't been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Louisiana's ban on cockfighting will mirror similar laws that prohibit dogfighting in the state.
Lawmakers won't try to override Gov. Bobby Jindal's veto of a bill that sought to set up regulations governing surrogacy births in Louisiana.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has vetoed a bill to set out the legal rights of adoptive parents, child and surrogate mother when a woman carries and gives birth to a baby for someone else.
Lawmakers want to steer Gulf oil spill recovery money to help refill Louisiana's "rainy day" fund and an elderly trust fund that was raided to fill budget holes.
Lawmakers send Gov. Bobby Jindal a $24.6 billion budget with 75-22 vote in Louisiana House.
Louisiana could become a testing ground for Gov. Bobby Jindal's alternative to the federal health care overhaul, under a bill that received final backing from lawmakers Friday.
Lawmakers have signed off on Gov. Bobby Jindal's proposal to consolidate computer maintenance work across most state agencies into one office.
Jindal recently announced a plan to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law.
Louisiana's Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal rightly said the federal government has refused to take decisive action to curtail the spill - and prevent the black sludge from reaching the coastline.