Cohen alumni sound off; Texas and Mississippi both jumping ahead of Louisiana on prison reform.
Gov. Jindal, once a strong backer of Common Core, now vows to take action against it if Legislature doesn't.
Also, oil cleanup workers report high level of depression; and should T-shirt shops be banned in the Quarter?
Up to $60,700 for BP cleanup workers with health problems; Council tosses residency rule for cops and other responders.
Washington Post omits David Duke from rogues gallery. Pending bills would reduce recidivism and boost economic development, Pelican says.
No-fly zone for local drones considered; Louisiana higher ed weakened by continuing budget cuts; what if Quarter gutter punks were black?
Fewer public-school students in New Orleans apply for college federal aid than those at private schools.
Most states, like Louisiana, refuse to divulge the source of their death-penalty drugs.
Burgeoning Air B&B business now pays room taxes in San Francisco. Will the same thing happen here?
State Senate approves bill that would snuff out the Flood Protection Authority lawsuit over wetlands damage.