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Legislative Prayer Campaign:  Rep. Beryl Amedee


Causeway Medical Suite turns in their license


South Carolina primary


Robert Reich :  4 reasons why Ted Cruz is more dangerous than Donald Trump


Bush drops out


2016 Presidential Preference Primary


A statewide presidential preference primary election will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2016 for the purpose of allowing the electors of each political party in the state which has 40,000 or more registered members to express their preference for a person to be the nominee of the party for president of the United States.


The election is a closed party election.  There are only two political parties involved, the Democratic and Republican parties.  Each registered voter may vote only for a candidate in his/her party.


Polling places open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.


Evangelicals and Donald Trump


Justice Antonin Scalia buried


The Landrieus endorse Hillary



In Studio :  Linda Porter

Guest:  Sen. David Vitter to discuss the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and his replacement on the Court


Legislative Prayer Campaign – Rep. Julie Stokes

Louisiana Special Session begins …  Budget crisis threatens TOPS and LSU Football


Louisiana Presidential Primary – March 5

Early Voting February 20 – 27 ….  Locations here



Guest:  Cindy Collins



Donald Trump in Baton Rouge on Thursday


Cruz News


Legislative Prayer Campaign:

Rep. Cameron HenryChairman of House Appropriations Committee



Governor Edwards’ address on the budget will be carried on WVUE TV and live streaming on their website



Judge issues new ruling in Louisiana abortion case  …  more here


Reaction to Doritos Super Bowl ad


Pornography is a public health crisis


Louisiana Family Forum longest married couple



President Obama pushing FDA to approve three person embryos



Do you observe Lent?

Carly Fiorina drops out, Cristie next

New Hampshire primary :  Republican results  and Democratic results

Mike Johnson running for U.S. Congress