NOLA Archdiocese: J&J Vaccine Uses “Morally Compromised” Cell Lines
The New Orleans Roman Catholic Archdiocese called the Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine’s ethics into question, saying it uses “morally compromised” abortion-derived cell lines.
Lafayette Rock ‘N Bowl Owner Says He Knows Safe Way to Bring Back Live Music
Johnny Blancher, one of the owners of Rock ‘n Bowl in Lafayette and New Orleans, says not only is the COVID Pandemic destroying his businesses, it’s also eroding the state’s rich music culture.
Is It Safe for Pregnant Women to be Vaccinated for COVID?
As pregnant women are now eligible to be vaccinated for COVID in Louisiana, many expectant mothers question if it is safe?
PSC to Investigate Winter Storm Power Problems
Public Service Commission Chairman Craig Greene said once the winter weather has passed the PSC will investigate what went wrong and why power providers had such poor communication with customers.
Second and Third Cases of UK Variant Reported in Louisiana
There are also 14 other cases pending confirmation.
Audit: Louisiana Needs to Improve Emissions Enforcement
A new state audit says the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality needs to do a better job of identifying industrial polluters that don’t properly report air emission violations and enforce those violations more aggressively.
COVID Relief Bill Sending More Money to Unemployed Workers
Unemployed workers are receiving an extra $300 a week.
Funeral for Luke Letlow Happening in Monroe
Congressman-elect Luke Letlow’s funeral has been set for 2 PM Saturday in Monroe. The 41-year-old died Tuesday evening from complications related to COVID-19.
Gov. Edwards: It’s ‘Well Past Time’ to Accept Election Results
On his monthly talk show, Governor Edwards said it’s past time everyone accepts President-elect Joe Biden won the November election and went after AG Jeff Landry for supporting a legal attempt to overturn the election results.
Louisiana AG Warns of Increase in “Porch Piracy”
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is warning residents about an increase in “porch pirates” stealing Christmas packages from front doors.
Cassidy Comments on Louisiana Joining Texas’ Election Fraud Lawsuit
Senator Bill Cassidy weighs in after Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry joined 16 other Attorneys General in supporting a lawsuit filed by Texas challenging the legitimacy of mail-in ballots in battleground states.
Louisiana Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Constitutional Amendment One
76 percent of voters chose to reject Constitutional Amendment One Saturday, which if passed would have allowed people living out of state to serve on state college and university supervisory boards.