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Loss of BASS tourneys raises concerns about over-litigation in Louisiana

By John Revak | Jun 4, 2018

The relocation of major bass fishing tournaments has heightened concerns that the proliferation of environmental lawsuits has altered the economy and culture of southern Louisiana.

After camper dies of heat stroke, National Guard Youth Camp faces lawsuit

By John Revak | Jul 14, 2017

The parents of a Louisiana teenager who died at a U.S. National Guard youth camp have filed a lawsuit against the camp.

Dispute between Rayne city clerk and political activist ends with struck charges

By John Revak | Jul 8, 2017

A legal dispute between the Rayne city clerk and a political activist has been resolved by the Acadia Parish Court.

CORRECTION: Health Education Authority of Louisiana director claims attempts to fire him were racially motivated, sues state

By John Revak | Jun 22, 2017

BATON ROUGE — A former director of the Health Education Authority of Louisiana has sued the state, claiming that attempts to terminate his employment occurred under racial pretense.

New Orleans gets rid of Confederate monuments

By John Revak | May 26, 2017

Five Confederate war monuments were recently removed by the City of New Orleans.

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