Kennedy officially backs Kavanaugh for Supreme Court
Posted on 9/7/2018 2:42:00 PM.

After four days of hearings, Louisiana Senator John Kennedy says he’s ready to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the newest member of the US Supreme Court. Kennedy, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, says that vote will occur later this month.
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Senator Kennedy meets Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Posted on 7/24/2018 5:47:00 PM.

US Senator John Kennedy got a chance to sit down and talk with President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The conversation stuck mostly to personal topics, as Kennedy said he was keen to get to know the man. The Senator says the two talked about family, teaching, and a LSU hero.
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Chinese tariffs are in effect. What's the impact for Louisiana?
Posted on 7/8/2018 5:40:00 AM.

Billions in Chinese tariffs went into effect Friday, and Louisiana industries are bracing for what could be a rocky ride. A recent Forbes report showed Louisiana as the most at risk state for negative effects from tariffs due to its export and shipping based economy.
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Chinese tariffs kick in July 6th, report says they could hit Louisiana hard
Posted on 7/5/2018 9:10:00 AM.

A Forbes report shows Louisiana is the state most at risk of being economically crippled by the escalating trade wars initiated by the Trump Administration. The study shows nearly 21 percent of the state’s GDP comes from exports, with five percent coming from Mexico and China specifically. Louisiana US Congressman Garret Graves says he’s watching the negotiations closely.
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Coach Hudspeth apologizes for anti-Trump rap video of players filled with profanities
Posted on 11/14/2016 5:33:00 PM.

UL-Lafayette head football coach Mark Hudspeth publicly apologized for the behavior of four of his players who were recorded in the locker room singing a rap song filled with vulgarities that says negative things about President-elect Donald Trump. Hudspeth says these young men have shown remorse for their actions.
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