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It has been 151 years since the number of justices on the Supreme Court was last altered. However, some are now threatening to impose a court-packing scheme that would destroy all credibility for our nation’s highest court.
The city of Lake Charles, La., already grappling with challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, now must tackle the devastation caused by Hurricane Laura.
“The amount of damage was catastrophic,” Mayor Nic Hunter said.
LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) - We spoke with US Congressman Clay Higgins this morning about what he’s seen in regards to what’s being done on a national level to help with recovery.
Watch the interview here.
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) - Weeks after Hurricane Laura hit Louisiana and left a path of devastation, Louisiana lawmakers are calling on the federal government for more assistance. With extensive damage across the state, leaders are asking for aid beyond what has already been given.
As Democrats hold their nominating convention, America is reminded just how far left the Democratic Party has moved. The radical left has become the Democratic mainstream. Extreme policies like defunding and dismantling police departments have been embraced, and socialist forces are threatening our nation from within.
A shoreline protection project in Vermilion Parish has received funding for design, permitting and construction.
The Bayou Canal Shoreline Protection Project will receive $508,037 in funding from the Department of Treasury's Office of Gulf Coast Restoration, it was announced Monday.
America's energy industry is facing a generational crisis. International markets and oil values have been heavily impacted as a result of the Saudi-Russia oil dumping war, and COVID-19 restrictions of freedom to travel have caused extreme reductions in consumption.
A group of Republican senators introduced a bill to remove barriers on U.S. exporters of liquified natural gas (LNG) to so they can access the market more quickly.
Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) told Hill.TV's "Rising" on Tuesday that the "integrity" of the U.S. is being threatened by the situation at the southern border.
Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) vowed on Tuesday to catch those responsible for burning three African-American churches in his home district.
"We intend to catch those responsible," Higgins told Hill.TV's Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton.