|Posted on 10/18/2016 6:04:00 AM.|
Five of the 24 candidates for US Senate will go head to head tonight in the first statewide televised debate of the race. Republicans Charles Boustany, John Fleming and John Kennedy, along with Democrats Foster Campbell and Caroline Fayard are the candidates who will participate tonight.
|Joshua Stockley, Senate debate, LPB, |
|Posted on 10/3/2016 4:18:00 PM.|
Independent U.S. Senate candidate Troy Hebert has filed a
lawsuit in an effort to have Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the Council for
a Better Louisiana to include more candidates in an upcoming televised forum.
|U.S. Senate race, Troy Hebert, Barry Erwin, LPB, CABL|
|Posted on 4/23/2016 10:36:00 AM.|
Louisiana Public Broadcasting is launching educational TV shows for kids in French. LPB’s program director Jason Viso says they are partnering with the Council for the Development of French in Louisiana to help more kids learn “en francais.”
|Jason Viso, LPB, CODOFIL|
|Posted on 11/10/2015 4:02:00 AM.|
The first televised debate between gubernatorial candidates Democrat John Bel Edwards and Republican David Vitter will air tonight on LPB stations around the state. The debate will be from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. UL Lafayette Political Science Professor Pearson Cross predicts the candidates will be aggressive, especially because of recent attack ads.
|John Bel Edwards, David Vitter, debate, gubernatorial election, LPB|
|Posted on 10/15/2015 11:09:00 AM.|
In a gubernatorial debate on Louisiana Public Broadcasting, the three candidates who were there, let out their frustrations over the attack ads during the campaign. Republican Jay Dardenne denied accusations the state paid for his wife during an overseas trip and he voted for pro-choice legislation. Dardenne blamed the attacks on Republican David Vitter, who didn’t attend the debate.
|gubernatorial candidates, Scott Angelle, Jay Dardenne, John Bel Edwards, David Vitter, LPB|
|Posted on 10/23/2013 8:34:00 AM.|
|Louisiana Public Broadcasting will air a program tonight that discusses whether or not Louisiana should legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Kirby Goidel from the LSU Public Policy Research Lab is co-hosting the show.|
|kirby goidel, louisiana public broadcasting, LPB, marijuana|