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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Gov. Bobby Jindal'S Administration
Louisiana is borrowing $225 million to pay for improvements to rural roads in 37 parishes around the state.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration is using creative financing maneuvers to get around limitations on surplus money and other sources of patchwork financing for next year's budget.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration is doing a poor job making sure the prevention and diversion programs that its Office of Juvenile Justice uses are helping to keep children out of youth prisons, according to an audit released Monday.
Louisiana's abortion clinics have few sympathetic ears to bend on their concerns in a state where lawmakers have repeatedly supported new restrictions on their operations.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration received the backing Wednesday of the state's human resources agency for the privatization of the LSU hospital in Bogalusa, which will cause the layoff of about 540 state workers.
Abortion rights supporters Tuesday applauded the decision of Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration to shelve its rewritten licensing regulations for Louisiana's abortion clinics, but they worry the clinics have won only a temporary reprieve.
As Louisiana began to warm up, agencies were starting to tally costs and schools began thinking about make-up days.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration says the state's response to the blast of winter weather and icy conditions across much of Louisiana has cost state government about $5.2 million.
Abortion rights supporters say new rules enacted for abortion clinics by Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration will make it nearly impossible for the state's five clinics to stay open.
The research foundation running LSU's Shreveport and Monroe hospitals under a privatization deal crafted by Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration is asking the state to pay for more than $120 million in hospital improvements and expansions.
A consultant hired to devise money-savings ideas for Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has generated recommendations that would pay for the $4 million cost of its contract, the governor's top budget adviser assured lawmakers Friday.
A company getting $4.2 million from Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration for an efficiency study has agreed to amend its contract to require the firm to find $500 million in savings ideas for the state.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has sold Point Clair Farm, a nearly 2,200 acre-site in Iberville Parish that is former prison property, for $12 million.
Though most of LSU's charity hospitals and clinics have been turned over to private managers, federal officials still haven't decided whether they'll agree to the financing plans that are being used to pay the new hospital operators.
For the sixth year in a row, Louisiana has a midyear budget deficit caused by worse-than-expected tax collections. But for the first time since the financial woes began, Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration won't be making cuts to close the gap.