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louisiana May 15, 2011

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But the Mississippi has yet to crest in Louisiana, and the flow is expected to reach 1.626 million cubic feet per second by the time it does, about a week from now. Eventually, enough gates to reduce the Mississippi's flow by 125000 million cubic feet. Conservatives must stand united against tax increases -- especially fiscally irresponsible tobacco taxes that threaten Louisiana's small businesses.\" View full sizeAlan Diaz, The Associated Press archiveThis cigarette smoker was photographed in. By Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune The Legislative Black Caucus and three civil rights organizations Friday called on the US Justice Department to reject the House redistricting plan drawn at a recent special session of the Louisiana Legislature.. 1 seed Louisiana revenged a three-game series sweep earlier in the season to shut out No.- 5:56 pm No. 1 seed Louisiana revenged a three-game series sweep earlier in the season to shut out No. 2 seed Florida Atlantic 8-0 in five innings to win the 2011. Millions of acres of Louisiana farmland, thousands of homes and a number of small communities will eventually be submerged by the opening of floodgates to ease the Mississippi River. Beulah Doucet lives and works in one of those towns Butte LaRose,. With the Mississippi River rising dangerously, Army engineers are getting ready to send water spilling into a stretch of land that is home to about 25000 people. (May 14) (/The Associated Press) Correction: Clarification: SuperFan badge holders. Criminal justice experts are recommending a package of proposals for lawmakers to cut costs in Louisiana prison sentencing and parole, but stakeholders say the more substantial changes may have to wait until next year, after the fall legislative. Deputies and the Louisiana National Guard have been going door-to-door alerting people of flooding. Butte Larose resident Teresa Meyerer said that the rural communities were being treated as \"sacrificial lambs.\" \"They say it's for the good of the. NEW ORLEANS -- The flood stages approaching Louisiana are having a big impact on both the wildlife and wildlife habitat in Louisiana, experts said Saturday. Just as human residents are forced to seek higher ground to escape rising flood waters,. Today, as Pastorek wrapped up his four year tenure, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) issued a statement reaffirming Louisiana's forward direction. \"We are fortunate to have the capacity within the Louisiana Department of Education.


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