Each and every student deserves equitable access to a quality public education that prepares them for college, career, and citizenship.
Small businesses play a big role in Louisiana’s economy, but many that do good work face hurdles that are beyond their control.
As the son of a retired emergency room nurse, I know how critical it is for a community to have access to immediate care.
We know that at 17 a young person’s brain is still developing. We recognize this when it comes to voting, joining the military, or even buying a lottery ticket.
If we can make it easier to put smaller, local, minority-owned, and women-owned businesses to work, our communities and our state will benefit.
One of the greatest honors of a Catholic and Christian is to meet the Holy Father.
We must reduce the lavish tax giveaways enjoyed for too long by too many businesses without regard for their poor return on investment and their negative impact on the state budget. This spending must be cut so the revenue can be redirected to more critical priorities.
In Louisiana, we are known for our ability to come together in times of great need.
Louisiana’s rural communities are vital to the strength of our state.
Contrary to what some folks might say, I do not want to raise taxes.
God has a way of loving us and giving us what we need, and many of the things he does for us we don’t even understand at the time. But there is a peace that comes from God if we allow ourselves to be silent and accept it.
Meeting the unique healthcare needs of the hardworking men and women who call rural Louisiana home can be challenging. It is important for us to recognize the rural healthcare providers, health care organizations and volunteers who work diligently to offer comprehensive, compassionate, patient-centered care to these communities.
Let’s always remember that we work for the people of Louisiana. They honored us with the opportunity to serve.
I have tremendous respect for law enforcement.
I encourage anyone who has a heart for children and the desire to expand their family to consider adoption and make a powerful difference in the life of a child.
I am committed to improving our state’s infrastructure to support Louisiana’s growing economy, and that starts by bringing our federal tax dollars home.
Like every other profession that can be improved, law enforcement can also be improved.
Black History Month is an annual opportunity to recognize the central role of African Americans in our state’s economic, cultural, social and political history.
For too long, infrastructure needs in this state have been ignored, but by partnering with state, local and federal officials, we can make a real impact on the lives of our citizens.
Given our historic budget shortfalls, the people of Louisiana stand to benefit most from better roads and other infrastructure.
We often say that we value Louisiana families, but the lack of state policies that ensure families are supported in meaningful ways suggests otherwise.
I made a commitment to the people of Louisiana to bring our federal tax dollars home to invest in our road, bridges and ports.
The REAL ID Act is one tool to help safeguard against potential danger.
Law enforcement officers must carry out their sacred duty to protect and serve in a way that earns the trust of our communities.
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