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Posted in Our Blog on August 27, 2012

Keeping up with power outages with Entergy alerts

Obviously, hurricanes are never easy to go through, but we’re lucky to live in a time where information and technology is abundantly available, and many of us don’t even realize it’s out there. Power outages, for example, were in the
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Posted in Civil Rights,Our Blog on August 25, 2012

Civil Rights Complaint Issued Against Jefferson Parish School System

Many believe that poor academic performance among children is predominantly correlated with the level of involvement from parents. Sometimes, however, parents who exercise a low level of involvement do so through no fault of their own; there are instances when
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Posted in Our Blog on August 23, 2012

Honoring Those Who Serve And Protect Us

Our mission is to improve the quality of life in our parish. We will protect life and property through partnership with our communities. We respect the rights of all citizens by upholding the U.S. Constitution and the Law of Louisiana.
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Posted in Our Blog on August 21, 2012

The Fight Over Voter Identification Laws

The two dueling parties in the American political system will do anything to gain an advantage over the other. The most recent example of this is an initiative to require the presentation of voter identification at the ballot, which has
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Posted in Our Blog on August 11, 2012

Trimming Down the trans Fat

Trimming Down the trans Fat I recently read an article by Lauran Neergard called “Trans fat ban made fast food a bit healthier in NY.” This article caught my eye because I’m often hearing a lot of negativity regarding trans
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