The lawyer for groups opposed to the Entergy New Orleans power plant in eastern New Orleans says urging recipients of foundation donations to publicly support the company violates tax law.
| December 11, 2018
As City Council considers $5 million fine over paid actor scandal, council members receive letters from charitable groups supported by Entergy.
| November 30, 2018
Two councilmembers indicated that they are open to revoting on Entergy’s proposal for a new power plant in eastern New Orleans.
| October 31, 2018
“If Hawthorn can get more people I will pay,” Charles Rice wrote in October 2017, weeks before a utility committee meeting.
| October 29, 2018
The new deadline for the investigation into the use of paid actors at City Council meetings is Nov. 2, nearly two months after the original deadline.
| October 18, 2018
The case involves a dispute between two European billionaires. According to the suit, Crowds on Demand repeatedly defamed Zdenek Bakala as part of a conspiracy to extort millions of dollars from him.
| September 25, 2018
New Orleans City Council set to vote on pushing the deadline to October. Investigators say they need more time to review additional records.
| September 5, 2018
A judge will rule on whether the council violated the Open Meetings Law.
| July 19, 2018
We know about the scheme to pay people to show up at meetings to support a new natural gas plant in New Orleans. But that was just a fraction of more than a million dollars the utility spent to burnish Entergy’s reputation, script support and monitor opponents.
| July 12, 2018
Cantrell’s spokesman said she knew about the relationship, but “on this and on every other issue — Mayor Cantrell thinks for herself.”
| July 12, 2018