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Topic - United States Senate Committee On Homeland Security And Governmental Affairs
State senators are pushing new exemptions to Louisiana's public records law that would hide jury questionnaires and state building security footage from the public.
Legislation to regulate surrogacy births in Louisiana is nearing final passage.
A bill that would prohibit private businesses in Louisiana from unintentionally paying women less than men for doing the same job will pass to the full Senate after receiving a committee's support Wednesday.
Efforts to get state lawmakers out of decision-making over the salary for Louisiana's higher education commissioner are advancing in the Legislature.
The House elections committee Wednesday rejected an attempt to expand early voting hours in Louisiana, voting down a bill that would have added new hours on Sundays.
Senate Democrats will plow ahead Wednesday with a vote on President Obama's nominee for the No. 2 job at the Department of Homeland Security, even though he is the subject of an ongoing inspector general's investigation — an unprecedented move that has riled Republicans.
Created to safeguard the nation, the Department of Homeland Security is instead having difficulty ensuring its own computers are protected from hacking and cybersecurity breaches, a new report says.
An extensive investigation by a Senate committee says the Fort Hood massacre should have been prevented, but a "string of failures" by the FBI and the Army allowed a "ticking time bomb" to open fire at a crowded deployment center in the worst domestic terrorism ambush since the Sept. 11 attacks.