Prison for LSU board? Big guy weighs in on Big Oil; voucher flap spotlights Jindal

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Saying daily $500 fines have not grabbed its attention, an unyielding state judge warned the LSU Board of Supervisors on Monday that it now faces additional sanctions, including possible jail time, if it does not immediately comply with her more than four-month-old order to make public the records of its secret presidential search.

This morning the judge ordered the East Baton Rouge sheriff to retrieve the records.

“Republicans on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, led by David Vitter, R-La., released a report Monday charging that the EPA, under Jackson, went to serious efforts to avoid transparency. That included a private email for Jackson, under the name Richard Windsor, which she used for some communications — frustrating FOIA checks, according to the report.”


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