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Contempt of Public: Will the LSU Board force you and me to pay its fine?

By Robert Mann We don’t know how the Louisiana newspapers’ lawsuit against the LSU Board will end. Will the public records case brought by the Times-Picayune and The Advocate — aimed at forcing release names of applicants for the LSU … Continue reading

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Supreme Theft, Louisiana Style

There’s a legal battle raging in the chambers of the Louisiana Supreme Court. But it’s not a court case. It’s a battle over who will be the next chief justice. It’s also a battle for fairness. Bernette Johnson of New … Continue reading

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