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Voter registration on the rise in parts of the ArkLaTex

Voter registration on the rise in parts of the ArkLaTex

By Destinee Patterson, KSLA 12
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) — Election Day is just over a month away, which means time is running out for people ...
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Hurricane Laura evacuees receiving tools to vote and complete census

Hurricane Laura evacuees receiving tools to vote and complete census

By Marquel Sennet, ArkLaTex
SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Work is underway to ensure Hurricane Laura evacuees have the tools needed to vote and complete ...
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Louisiana Secretary of State issues absentee voting tutorial; Democrats allege voter suppression tactics in the state

Louisiana Secretary of State issues absentee voting tutorial; Democrats allege voter suppression tactics in the state

By Sabrina Wilson, Fox8
NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - As the presidential election nears the controversy over who will be able to vote and ...
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First Came the Floods. Then Came the Polling Place Changes.

First Came the Floods. Then Came the Polling Place Changes.

By Carrie Levine, Pratheek Rebala, Matt Vasilogambros for The Center for Public Integrity
A federal district court judge ruled to expand early voting and mail-in voting When historic floods overwhelmed East Baton Rouge ...
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Coalition that sued Secretary of State responds to court victory

Coalition that sued Secretary of State responds to court victory

By Destinee Patterson, KSLA News 12
A federal district court judge ruled to expand early voting and mail-in voting SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - The Power Coalition ...
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Federal judge: Republicans’ election plan ‘unconstitutional’

Federal judge: Republicans’ election plan ‘unconstitutional’

By Wesley Muller, Louisiana Illuminator
Louisiana must use COVID-19 allowances for mail ballots Voters who expressed concern that voting in person would put them or ...
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Louisiana should allow more mail-in ballots for Nov. 3 election, federal judge rules

Louisiana should allow more mail-in ballots for Nov. 3 election, federal judge rules

By Mark Ballard, The Advocate
Louisiana should allow more access to absentee mail ballots for the Nov. 3 presidential elections, U.S. District Judge Shelly Dick ...
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Louisiana has 3rd worst census response rate with 2 weeks to go

Louisiana has 3rd worst census response rate with 2 weeks to go

By Jarvis DeBarry, Louisiana Illuminator
Residents can still respond by mail, by phone or online With two weeks to go until the U.S. Census Bureau ...
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Louisiana's Controversial COVID-19 Election Plan Goes Before A Federal Judge This Week

Louisiana’s Controversial COVID-19 Election Plan Goes Before A Federal Judge This Week

By Paul Braun, New Orleans Public Radio
A federal judge this week may decide the fate of the controversial emergency elections plan proposed by Louisiana Secretary of ...
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Trial over Louisiana’s COVID-19 election plan concludes

Trial over Louisiana’s COVID-19 election plan concludes

By David Jacobs, The Center Square
Testimony concluded Wednesday in the court case that could decide how Louisiana runs elections scheduled for November and December. U.S ...
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Should Louisiana have a special election plan due to coronavirus?

Should Louisiana have a special election plan due to coronavirus?

By Wesley Muller, Louisiana Illuminator
Federal judge to rule ‘as quickly as humanly possible’ A two-day hearing to decide if the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic ...
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Election official: More mail ballots could delay results

Election official: More mail ballots could delay results

By Kevin McGill, The Associated Press
Louisiana's election commissioner testified Wednesday that she's concerned the volume of absentee mail ballots expected for the Nov. 3 election ...
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With census deadline approaching, Louisiana falls behind

With census deadline approaching, Louisiana falls behind

By Tristan Land, WBRZ
BATON ROUGE - In an effort to get more people to fill out their 2020 census questionnaires, Governor John Bel ...
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Time is running out to complete 2020 census

Time is running out to complete 2020 census

By Marquel Sennet, ArkLaTex.com
SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Time is running out to get counted in the 2020 census. Wednesday is Louisiana Census Day ...
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Emergency election plan courtroom fight begins with plaintiffs winning a battle

Emergency election plan courtroom fight begins with plaintiffs winning a battle

By Jarvis DeBerry, Louisiana Illuminator
Judge rules against state’s motion to dismiss plaintiffs Louisiana voters who say they will be disenfranchised by the state’s absence ...
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Louisiana’s clash over mail-in ballots reaches federal court

Louisiana’s clash over mail-in ballots reaches federal court

By Harrison Golden, BRProud
BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A federal judge will hear more arguments Wednesday on whether Louisiana should further expand mail-in ...
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Voting rights group reacts to Edwards taking on secretary of state in court over mail-in voting

Voting rights group reacts to Edwards taking on secretary of state in court over mail-in voting

By Sabrina Wilson, Fox8Live
NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - A group suing Louisiana over limitations on absentee or mail-in voting reacted to Gov. John ...
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Edwards supports lawsuit seeking extension of summer emergency voting plan to fall elections

Edwards supports lawsuit seeking extension of summer emergency voting plan to fall elections

By Carolyn Roy, BRProud
BATON ROUGE, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Gov. John Bel Edwards filed a memorandum Wednesday in support of a federal lawsuit over ...
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After Hurricane Laura, residents in parishes not approved for FEMA aid feel ‘completely on their own’

After Hurricane Laura, residents in parishes not approved for FEMA aid feel ‘completely on their own’

By Jarvis DeBerry, Louisiana Illuminator
‘We weren’t expecting a tree to fall into our house,’ Shreveport woman says Hurricane Laura hit the Louisiana coast as ...
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Fight over La. mail-in ballots heads to court

Fight over La. mail-in ballots heads to court

By Mark Ballard, The Advocate (in Houma Today)
Now that Hurricane Laura has passed, Louisiana politicos are returning to the issue of what role mail-in balloting will play ...
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Federal judge sets Sept. 8 hearing regarding Louisiana’s election plans

Federal judge sets Sept. 8 hearing regarding Louisiana’s election plans

By Jarvis DeBerry, Louisiana Illuminator
Plaintiffs say Louisiana is forcing them to risk death to vote Louisiana residents who have accused Gov. John Bel Edwards ...
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Census count vital for federal funding

Census count vital for federal funding

American Press
If the Lake Charles area is undercounted in the 2020 census by just 5 percent, that could mean a loss ...
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Louisiana could possibly hold November election with no special provisions for COVID-19

Louisiana could possibly hold November election with no special provisions for COVID-19

By Paul Murphy, Eyewitness News
Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin has a plan that would roll back the categories of people who could vote by ...
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Louisiana’s Covid test proposal would exclude 'thousands' from mail-in voting

Louisiana’s Covid test proposal would exclude ‘thousands’ from mail-in voting

By Sam Levine, The Guardian
In an unprecedented move, Louisiana’s top election official wants to require a positive Covid-19 test if a voter wants to ...
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Louisiana governor will block emergency virus elections plan

Louisiana governor will block emergency virus elections plan

By Paul Murphy / Eyewitness News, Chris McCrory (WWL)
Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin's emergency election plan for the November election, released Monday, scales back mail-in voting allowances ...
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John Bel Edwards calls election plan 'woefully inadequate,' says he won't sign it

John Bel Edwards calls election plan ‘woefully inadequate,’ says he won’t sign it

By Sam Karlin and Mark Ballard, The Advocate
Gov. John Bel Edwards said Tuesday he won’t support the emergency election plan put forth by Secretary of State Kyle ...
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Louisiana's laid-off workers could soon get $300 more in weekly checks; here's how

Louisiana’s laid-off workers could soon get $300 more in weekly checks; here’s how

By Sam Karlin, The Advocate
Gov. John Bel Edwards said Thursday the state will move forward with a plan to deliver additional $300 checks to ...
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President Trump circumvents Congress with executive actions extending unemployment benefits and halting evictions

President Trump circumvents Congress with executive actions extending unemployment benefits and halting evictions

By Allison Stevens and Jacob Fischler, Louisiana Illuminator
President Donald Trump on Saturday circumvented Congress and took action into his own hands, after weeks of unsuccessful negotiations over ...
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An early end to the census would likely hurt Louisiana

An early end to the census would likely hurt Louisiana

By Wesley Muller, Louisiana Illuminator
Critics say Trump’s latest move is strictly for political gain President Donald Trump has ordered the Census Bureau to end ...
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Reimagining census organizing: "It's political and it's powerful"

Reimagining census organizing: “It’s political and it’s powerful”

By Anoa Changa, Prism
The deadline for completing the 2020 Census is September 30. It can be completed by phone, by mail, or online ...
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Reimagining census organizing: "It's political and it's powerful"

Reimagining census organizing: “It’s political and it’s powerful”

By ANOA CHANGA, Prism
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund filed suit against the state of Louisiana Monday, accusing state officials of a “failure to ensure ...
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Lawsuit accuses Louisiana of insufficient emergency plans for upcoming elections

Lawsuit accuses Louisiana of insufficient emergency plans for upcoming elections

By Jarvis DeBerry, Louisiana Illuminator
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund filed suit against the state of Louisiana Monday, accusing state officials of a “failure to ...
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What if Louisiana remains in Phase 2 during Nov. 3 election? There's an emergency plan for that

What if Louisiana remains in Phase 2 during Nov. 3 election? There’s an emergency plan for that

By Mark Ballard, The Advocate
Facing a legal challenge, Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin said Wednesday he’s about 10 days away from asking for another ...
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Lawsuit: Louisiana doing too little to protect voting rights

Lawsuit: Louisiana doing too little to protect voting rights

By MELINDA DESLATTE / Associated Press
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Voting rights advocates filed a federal lawsuit Monday against Louisiana’s governor and chief elections officer, ...
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Advocacy groups want emergency election plan from Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin

Advocacy groups want emergency election plan from Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin

By Jarvis DeBerry, Published in Louisiana Illuminator
Twenty-eight advocacy groups, including the NAACP, Voice of the Experienced and the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice sent a ...
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Louisianians Protest for $600 Benefit, Against Evictions

Louisianians Protest for $600 Benefit, Against Evictions

By Janet McConnaughey / Associated Press
Louisianians Protest for $600 Benefit, Against Evictions By Janet McConnaughey and Rebecca Santana, Associated Press Posted: Jul 30, 2020 NEW ...
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Amid COVID-19, absentee voting advocates request emergency election plan for fall

Amid COVID-19, absentee voting advocates request emergency election plan for fall

by: Harrison Golden for BRProud
Amid COVID-19, absentee voting advocates request emergency election plan for fall by: Harrison Golden for BRProudPosted: Jul 30, 2020 BATON ...
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The Food Industry Puts Profits Over Public Health Using Big Tobacco’s Playbook

The Food Industry Puts Profits Over Public Health Using Big Tobacco’s Playbook

By Gigi Kellett, Citizen Truth
In certain cases, preemption—when a higher level of government limits the authority of a lower level to enact new policies—can ...
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Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins pushes for more pandemic relief funds

Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins pushes for more pandemic relief funds

By Deborah Bayliss, Shreveport Times
Judge rules against state’s motion to dismiss plaintiffs Louisiana voters who say they will be disenfranchised by the state’s absence ...
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Unemployed Louisiana workers to hold virtual town hall with elected officials to discuss new challenges in COVID-19 era

Unemployed Louisiana workers to hold virtual town hall with elected officials to discuss new challenges in COVID-19 era

Published on myarklamiss.com
BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Unemployed Louisiana workers will hold a virtual town hall with elected officials to discuss the ...
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COVID-19 health equity task force sends recommendations to Gov. Edwards

COVID-19 health equity task force sends recommendations to Gov. Edwards

By Louisiana Illuminator
After Gov. John Bel Edwards announced in April that 70 percent of Louisianians who had died of COVID-19 were Black, ...
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Louisiana Grassroots Organizations Can Be Key Partners during COVID-19 Recovery

Louisiana Grassroots Organizations Can Be Key Partners during COVID-19 Recovery

By Wilton Oliver, Urban Institute
In St. James, a majority-Black parish in Louisiana, COVID-19 is infecting and killing Black people at disproportionately higher rates than ...
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Da Winnas & Da Loozas, Part 2, of the legislative sessions. Here’s a look at where things stood after Round 2

Da Winnas & Da Loozas, Part 2, of the legislative sessions. Here’s a look at where things stood after Round 2

By Clancy DuBos for Gambit
Da Winnas & Da Loozas, Part 2, of the legislative sessions. Here’s a look at where things stood after Round ...
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Integrated civic engagement is essential to electoral justice

Integrated civic engagement is essential to electoral justice

By Alexis Anderson-Reed for Prism on The Daily Kos
Integrated civic engagement is essential to electoral justice By Alexis Anderson-Reed for Prism on The Daily Kos Published on June 29, 2020  ...
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‘Do You See Us’ LGBTQ+ rally march focuses on Black Trans Lives Matter and give list of demands for change

‘Do You See Us’ LGBTQ+ rally march focuses on Black Trans Lives Matter and give list of demands for change

By Jade Jackson, Published in ArkLaTex
SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) — The Shreveport LGBTQ+ community marched from The Korner Lounge to the Caddo Courthouse Sunday afternoon for ...
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Coronavirus response reveals clear split between Republicans, Democrats in Baton Rouge over whom to aid

Coronavirus response reveals clear split between Republicans, Democrats in Baton Rouge over whom to aid

By Tyler Bridges for The Advocate
Coronavirus response reveals clear split between Republicans, Democrats in Baton Rouge over whom to aid By Tyler Bridges for The Advocate ...
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To celebrate Juneteenth, some post bail for those who couldn't pay

To celebrate Juneteenth, some post bail for those who couldn’t pay

By Jacqueline DeRobertis for The Advocate
To celebrate Juneteenth, some post bail for those who couldn't pay By Jacqueline DeRobertis for The Advocate Published on June 20, 2020  ...
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Voices of Protest, Crying for Change, Ring Across US, Beyond

Voices of Protest, Crying for Change, Ring Across US, Beyond

By The Associated Press
Voices of Protest, Crying for Change, Ring Across US, Beyond By The Associated Press Published on Monday, June 17, 2020  They are ...
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Juneteenth, remembered with march to gates of Angola

Juneteenth, remembered with march to gates of Angola

By Lea Skene, The Advocate
Marcus Simmons was released from prison almost two decades ago, but says he's still chasing freedom. He was among a ...
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A black Louisiana lawmaker pitched a police reform study. A white colleague called it racist.

A black Louisiana lawmaker pitched a police reform study. A white colleague called it racist.

By Sam Karlin, The Advocate
A proposal to study police reform in the wake of George Floyd’s death touched off an emotional and at times ...
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Will Covid-19 Be a Turning Point in the Fight Against Racial Disparities in Health Care?

Will Covid-19 Be a Turning Point in the Fight Against Racial Disparities in Health Care?

By Zoe Carpenter, Published by The Nation
Will Covid-19 Be a Turning Point in the Fight Against Racial Disparities in Health Care? Public health experts hope that ...
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More People Unemployed And Dead In New Orleans From Coronavirus Than Katrina

More People Unemployed And Dead In New Orleans From Coronavirus Than Katrina

By Ann Brown, The Moguldom Nation
Hurricane Karina was devastating to Black communities in New Orleans and all of Louisiana, but it turns out the devastation ...
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Coronavirus Devastates Black New Orleans: ‘This Is Bigger Than Katrina’

Coronavirus Devastates Black New Orleans: ‘This Is Bigger Than Katrina’

By David Benoit, Published by The Wall Street Journal
Coronavirus Devastates Black New Orleans: ‘This Is Bigger Than Katrina’ The pandemic is disproportionately harming U.S. black communities, especially in ...
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Starve the Budget, Feed the Business Interests

Starve the Budget, Feed the Business Interests

By Sue Lincoln, Bayou Brief
"We have to do something to keep this industry here. If we do not, the state of Louisiana will shrivel ...
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LAWSUIT: Expand mail-in voting; make in-person voting ‘safer’ in La. during pandemic

LAWSUIT: Expand mail-in voting; make in-person voting ‘safer’ in La. during pandemic

By Kevin Foster, WAFB-9
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Preparing for 2020 elections in Louisiana has proven to be everything except smooth sailing. The ...
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$1M donated by New Orleans' convention center -- but labor activists call for much more

$1M donated by New Orleans’ convention center — but labor activists call for much more

BY ANTHONY MCAULEY | STAFF WRITER | NOLA.com
$1M donated by New Orleans' convention center -- but labor activists call for much more BY ANTHONY MCAULEY | STAFF ...
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U.S. Supreme Court abolishes split jury verdicts; dozens of convictions voided

U.S. Supreme Court abolishes split jury verdicts; dozens of convictions voided

by John Simerman for Nola.com
U.S. Supreme Court abolishes split jury verdicts; dozens of convictions voided by John Simerman for Nola.com The U.S. Supreme Court ...
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Louisiana advocacy organizations have a roadmap for an equitable COVID-19 recovery

Louisiana advocacy organizations have a roadmap for an equitable COVID-19 recovery

by Jake Clapp for The Gambit
Louisiana advocacy organizations have a roadmap for an equitable COVID-19 recovery by Jake Clapp for The Gambit A group of ...
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Why the Virus Is a Civil Rights Issue: ‘The Pain Will Not Be Shared Equally’

Why the Virus Is a Civil Rights Issue: ‘The Pain Will Not Be Shared Equally’

Why the Virus Is a Civil Rights Issue: ‘The Pain Will Not Be Shared Equally’ First came early data showing ...
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Louisiana Republicans Follow Trump’s Lead, Kill Emergency Mail-In Voting Plan

Louisiana Republicans Follow Trump’s Lead, Kill Emergency Mail-In Voting Plan

by C.C. Campbell-Rock for The New Orleans Tribune
Louisiana Republicans Follow Trump’s Lead, Kill Emergency Mail-In Voting Plan by C.C. Campbell-Rock for The New Orleans Tribune In response ...
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Resources for New Orleans area residents affected by the coronavirus pandemic

Resources for New Orleans area residents affected by the coronavirus pandemic

By JACK CLAPP, Nola.com
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Information about COVID-19 and its symptoms and guidelines to prevent infection, plus the ...
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Proposed Louisiana legislation addresses redistricting, voting by mail and purging inactive voters

Proposed Louisiana legislation addresses redistricting, voting by mail and purging inactive voters

BY DAVID JACOBS | THE CENTER SQUARE
Proposed Louisiana legislation addresses redistricting, voting by mail and purging inactive voters BY DAVID JACOBS | THE CENTER SQUARE MARCH ...
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Five bills introduced aimed at shaping Louisiana redistricting

Five bills introduced aimed at shaping Louisiana redistricting

BY JULIA ARENSTAM, The Business Report
Five bills introduced aimed at shaping Louisiana redistricting BY JULIA ARENSTAM MARCH 10, 2020 The 2020 census surveys haven’t quite ...
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Wellness Among Women

Wellness Among Women

BY SYDNI SANDERS, THE SOUTHERN DIGEST
Wellness Among Women BY SYDNI SANDERS, THE SOUTHERN DIGEST MARCH 10, 2020  “A Different World: Conversations Around Collegiate Women’s Wellness” ...
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Winning labor rights in the South means changing state laws

Winning labor rights in the South means changing state laws

By Carly Berlin, Scalawag Magazine
Winning labor rights in the South means changing state laws By Carly Berlin- January 13, 2020 In early 2017, Pamela ...
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Governor Edwards creates panel promoting 2020 US Census

Governor Edwards creates panel promoting 2020 US Census

By KATC News
Governor Edwards creates panel promoting 2020 US Census By KATC News Posted at 3:29 PM, Dec 18, 2019 Governor John ...
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How Voter Outreach to Communities of Color Propelled Gov. Edwards to Runoff Victory

How Voter Outreach to Communities of Color Propelled Gov. Edwards to Runoff Victory

By Editor, New Orleans Public Radio
How Voter Outreach to Communities of Color Propelled Gov. Edwards to Runoff Victory By Editor December 3, 2019 Democrats have a ...
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Ground Game: How a Diverse Patchwork of Grassroots Leaders and Volunteers Came Together to Re-elect the Only Democratic Governor in the Deep South

Ground Game: How a Diverse Patchwork of Grassroots Leaders and Volunteers Came Together to Re-elect the Only Democratic Governor in the Deep South

By Lynda Woolard, Published in Bayou Brief
Ground Game: How a Diverse Patchwork of Grassroots Leaders and Volunteers Came Together to Re-elect the Only Democratic Governor in ...
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How did Democrats win Louisiana? With classic progressive populism

How did Democrats win Louisiana? With classic progressive populism

How did Democrats win Louisiana? With classic progressive populism John Bel Edwards is conservative on abortion and guns, but he ...
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Our Executive Director Ashley Shelton Joins Talk Louisiana to Discuss the 2019 Elections

Our Executive Director Ashley Shelton Joins Talk Louisiana to Discuss the 2019 Elections

Our Executive Director Ashley Shelton Joins Talk Louisiana to Discuss the 2019 Elections ...
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Louisiana Early Childhood Advocates Are Celebrating a Big Win for Little Kids

Louisiana Early Childhood Advocates Are Celebrating a Big Win for Little Kids

By Lisa G. Klein, Ph.D. for Alliance for Early Success
Louisiana Early Childhood Advocates Are Celebrating a Big Win for Little Kids By Lisa G. Klein, Ph.D. for Alliance for ...
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Black voter turnout powers Edwards’ win

Black voter turnout powers Edwards’ win

By Matt Doyle for the Louisiana Radio Network
Black voter turnout powers Edwards’ win By Matt Doyle for the Louisiana Radio Network Published on November 18, 2019 African American ...
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2019 Elections Are A Wrap

2019 Elections Are A Wrap

By Gaby Goldstein, Co-Founder & Political Director at the Sister District Project
2019 Elections Are A Wrap By Gaby Goldstein, Co-Founder & Political Director at the Sister District Project Published on November 17, ...
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The battle for voting rights in the age of mass incarceration

The battle for voting rights in the age of mass incarceration

By Rosemary Westwood, Published in Vox
The battle for voting rights in the age of mass incarceration Ex-prisoners are getting their voting rights back. But the ...
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Urban Louisiana churches working to increase voter turnout in governor's race

Urban Louisiana churches working to increase voter turnout in governor’s race

By Mark Ballard, The Advocate
Urban Louisiana churches working to increase voter turnout in governor's race By Mark Ballard Published on November 11, 2019 by The Advocate Recent ...
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Community groups offering free rides to the polls

Community groups offering free rides to the polls

By WDSU Community Team
Community groups offering free rides to the polls By WDSU Community Team Published on November 4, 1029 by WDSU The Power Coalition ...
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Political Experts: Voter turnout will determine the governor's race

Political Experts: Voter turnout will determine the governor’s race

WAFB TV
Political Experts: Voter turnout will determine the governor's race ...
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Power Coalition for Equity and Justice to Co-Host Candidate Forum at UL-Lafayette

Power Coalition for Equity and Justice to Co-Host Candidate Forum at UL-Lafayette

By Daion Brewer, Published for News 15
Power Coalition for Equity and Justice to Co-Host Candidate Forum at UL-Lafayette By Daion Brewer Published on October 5, 2019 for ...
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Candidates in local elections to answer audience questions at SU Town Hall tonight

Candidates in local elections to answer audience questions at SU Town Hall tonight

By Mykal Vincent, Published by WAFB 9
Candidates in local elections to answer audience questions at SU Town Hall tonight By Mykal Vincent Published on October 2, 2019 by WAFB ...
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2019 Get Out & Vote Campaign launching this weekend

2019 Get Out & Vote Campaign launching this weekend

By KATC News
2019 Get Out & Vote Campaign launching this weekend By KATC News Published on September 6, 2019  The Power Coalition for Equity ...
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Report: State preemption laws disproportionately hurt women, people of color

Report: State preemption laws disproportionately hurt women, people of color

By Michael Isaac Stein, Published by The Lens
Report: State preemption laws disproportionately hurt women, people of color By Michael Isaac Stein Published on Monday, May 8, 2019 by The Lens ...
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Report: State preemption laws disproportionately hurt women, people of color

Report: State preemption laws disproportionately hurt women, people of color

by MICHAEL ISAAC STEIN, The Lens
State laws that prevent local governments from making their own rules on issues like affordable housing and minimum wages are ...
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Thursday, April 2nd: Royce Duplessis, Peter Robins-Brown, Mark Ballard, Jason Baumann

Thursday, April 2nd: Royce Duplessis, Peter Robins-Brown, Mark Ballard, Jason Baumann

By Jim Engster, Published by WRKF 89.3
Thursday, April 2nd: Royce Duplessis, Peter Robins-Brown, Mark Ballard, Jason Baumann By Jim Engster Published on Monday, May 2, 2019 by WRKF 89.3 ...
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The Tuesday Tracker, Interview with Power Coalition's Peter Robins-Brown

The Tuesday Tracker, Interview with Power Coalition’s Peter Robins-Brown

THE LAPOLITICS Q&A Louisiana Power Coalition’s Peter Robins-Brown   LaPolitics: For readers who are unfamiliar, tell us a little about the ...
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By Forgiving Warrants and Fines, Communities Give People a Fresh Start

By Forgiving Warrants and Fines, Communities Give People a Fresh Start

By Keith Griffith, Published by Yes! 
By Forgiving Warrants and Fines, Communities Give People a Fresh Start Sometimes a suspended driver’s license stands in the way of ...
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Coalition launches campaign to increase minimum wage in Louisiana

Coalition launches campaign to increase minimum wage in Louisiana

By Terry L. Jones, Published by The Advocate
Coalition launches campaign to increase minimum wage in Louisiana By Terry L. Jones Published on March 11, 2019 by The Advocate Labor organizations, ...
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Because of Louisiana, the Minimum Wage in New Orleans Is a Poverty Wage

Because of Louisiana, the Minimum Wage in New Orleans Is a Poverty Wage

Around the World Day of Social Justice, we should consider why cities pay poverty wages, and why 28 states can ...
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Activists, journalists and celebrities team up to ‘Unrig the System’

Activists, journalists and celebrities team up to ‘Unrig the System’

By Mary Cross, Tulane News
Academics, activists, philanthropists and journalists convened on the uptown campus this weekend alongside celebrities, comedians and local musicians for the ...
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Influencing Complex Systems Change

Influencing Complex Systems Change

Influencing Complex Systems Change The Management Assistance Group (MAG) is one of NPQ’s go-to sources of information about social justice ...
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