I would like to clear up any confusion surrounding a very positive amendment for Louisiana’s working families. Amendment 3 seeks to return unconstitutional tax collections back to taxpayers.
Currently, if Louisianans want to appeal an unconstitutional tax, we must fight it out in court. Amendment 3 provides hard-working Louisianans with the added option of having their cases heard by the Board of Tax Appeals (BTA), our state’s tax court.
Dear friends, and foundations of our community,
The leaves haven’t changed. The air is still smoldering. Mosquitoes roar and swarm like crowds at a football game. But what did you expect? This is Fall in southern Louisiana. And so it is time once again for our Fall Festival at St. Thomas More, which will be held Sept. 27 to 29.
Dear Citizens of St. Landry Parish,
It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you, the citizens of St. Landry Parish as your Assessor. I have decided that this current term in office will be my last. While I will be stepping down as Assessor of our parish, I will still be involved in our community as our parish moves forward economically and with the technology of our modern age.
There is no need to go into a long explanation about the unfortunate burning of three churches in our Parish.
This news has been witnessed locally, state wide, nationally and internationally by persons of all faiths. As a Christian I sincerely feel that there will be a resounding response of support concerning this unfortunate act of a twisted person or persons. After an arrest was made, I must commend the Pastors of the churches for not throwing in the race card and screaming out “We want justice.”
This week, the United States Senate is looking into the complicated world of high drug prices on April 9th. The Senate is pulling back the curtain to look at the middlemen of the prescription drug marketplace, a seldom understood or talked about group of companies called Pharmacy Benefits Managers (PBMs).