The Governor-elect remarked during a news conference that he will bring ‘as much of a law enforcement presence’ as necessary to keep New Orleans safe.
Useless diplomas and sexual exploitation abound.
Unlike public schools, formal homeschooling programs or traditional private schools, nearly 9,000 private schools in Louisiana don’t need state approval to grant degrees.
Saturday’s election completes the shaping of Louisiana’s executive branch, where most incumbents didn’t seek reelection and opened the door for new leadership in some of the most powerful positions.
Republicans argue that Black populations in the state are too dispersed to be united into a second majority Black district.
Taylor Barras took on the role of Speaker during one of the state’s worst financial crises in decades under former Gov. Bobby Jindal.
Organizers expect to raise at least $1M for the new Speaker’s leadership PAC.
He also wrote a semi-regular guest column in the Shreveport Times, where his defenses of ‘religious liberty’ included stridently anti-gay rhetoric.
The Republican Governors Association defined Wilson before he could define himself.
‘The citizens of Louisiana spoke, or didn’t speak, and made a decision.’