Judges exercise unbridled and arbitrary power over defendants with few legal protections.
Sure you've been screwed, white boy, but it wasn't by black people.
Civil Service Commission today approved compromise; amount not yet known.
But Communication District officials say it will be hard to make the Jan. 1. deadline.
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Four months after The Lens reported that 60 percent of school-zone lights in the city were broken, little progress has been made. Our latest survey, done in mid-May, showed an improvement of just 9 lights. The city promises to fix them all by the start of school. It made the same promise two years ago.
Judge Kern Reese said the city must review public records for private information, which can delay its response.
Two unexplained charges raises new company's billings to one-fourth of tax collections.
There's the Old South and then there's the Other South. Revulsion over Jindal's coded bigotry places New Orleans in the latter camp.
City says complicated public-records requests create the need for a longer response time.