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Louisiana Ranks Among America’s Worst “Judicial Hellholes” for Fifth Year
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Louisiana Ranks Among America’s Worst “Judicial Hellholes” for Fifth Year

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Louisiana has earned the seventh-highest ranking in the 2014–2015 American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) Judicial Hellholes® report of the worst places to be sued.

The Cuban Dilemma
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The Cuban Dilemma

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Louisianans would be wise to give careful consideration to both sides of this issue before committing to one.

Pelican Institute Opposes EPA Clean Power Plan
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Pelican Institute Opposes EPA Clean Power Plan

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This week the Pelican Institute for Public Policy submitted public comments to the Environmental Protection Agency opposing EPA’s Clean Power Plan, which would increase electricity prices and raise reliability concerns in Louisiana.

High Stakes for Jefferson Parish
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High Stakes for Jefferson Parish

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Given the Republican wave that washed away the union’s national ambitions last month, it would be a remarkable development if politically conservative Jefferson Parish elected to turn its School Board over to the friends of the American Federation of Teachers.

Levee Breach Lawsuit Illustrates Class Action Racket
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Levee Breach Lawsuit Illustrates Class Action Racket

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This case is a stunning example of class action lawyers doing what they do best: using lawsuits to create the illusion of relief that will ultimately do nothing more than increase their own bottom lines.