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Student Progress in New Orleans Continues

  Nearly 14 years ago, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana’s elected leaders decided to rebuild New Orleans’s failing public education system from the ground up, as a system o...... [more]

Real Path to a Brighter Louisiana Future

School official shows real path to a brighter future for La. Advocate Editorial Inside the State Capitol on Wednesday, observers and participants in the legislative ci...... [more]

Too Early to Worry About Tolls

American Press • Baton Rouge, Louisiana • May 2, 2019 Too early to worry about tolls Jim Beam Area motorists who are concerned about the possibility of having ...... [more]

It's Time for a RESET
It's Time for a RESET

  It’s time for a RESET By Jim HarrisPresident, Harris, DeVille & Associates There have been many organizations of Louisiana citiz...... [more]

Voters Deserve the Taxing Truth

Greater Baton Rouge Business Report April 9, 2019 U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham and Baton Rouge businessman Eddie Rispone—the two Republican’s vying to become governor—are wrong: Taxes in...... [more]

Editorial-Time for Tolls, Not Taxes

The Advocate, March 24, 2019 Louisiana’s highways are in bad shape. According to the Reason Foundation’s latest Annual Highway Report, Louisiana highways rank 37th out of 50 in overall ...... [more]