By Robert Mann
Louisiana and New York are different in so many ways. Louisiana is mostly rural; New York is predominately urban. We’re a red state; they’re reliably blue. They have gay marriage; we have covenant marriage. But when it comes to politics, we have much in common.
If you’ve been reading the New York papers, you’ve probably noted that everyone in Albany seems to be wearing a wire these days. Baton Rouge is also consumed with the intrigue of criminal inquiries — a brewing health care scandal attracting the attention of federal and state investigators.
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