We chose Google Consumer Surveys because it’s a relatively non-intrusive way for us to monetize some of the traffic to The Lens. And unlike a paywall, our readers don’t have to pull out their wallet. …We plan to roll this out slowly and selectively, placing the surveys on particular pages and for certain visitors.
Jindal and Obama — Two peas in a pod! | Jim Brown’s Blog – In a blog post Brown notes similarities between the governor and president, including an often aloof approach to politics. The former state insurance commissioner quips: “Two of the loneliest spots in the nation on the weekend are the White House and the Louisiana governor’s mansion. “
A Louisiana House committee Wednesday voted to specifically kill the lawsuit filed by a New Orleans-area levee board.
The House Committee on Natural Resources amended Senate Bill 469 to say that the Louisiana Legislature wants this measure to apply retroactively, and that lawmakers oppose the lawsuits filed last year by Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East against 97 oil and gas companies claiming environmental damage to the marshes.
DOJ report found that Perricone, Mann acted alone, in secret | The Advocate – Other prosecutors in U.S. Attorney Jim Letten’s office likely did not know about Sal Perricone and Jan Mann’s online shenanigans, according to an investigation by the Department of Justice. The report concluded that Perricone and Mann “engaged in extensive and intentional prosecutorial misconduct.”
Mark Moseley blogs at Your Right Hand Thief. Until mid 2014, Mark Moseley was The Lens' opinion writer, engagement specialist and coordinator for the Charter Schools Reporting Corps. After Katrina and...
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