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Date: Jan 20, 2012

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Choosing the right private child support enforcement agency is an important decision. Receiving the support you are owed could make a tremendous difference in your financial well-being and your child's quality of life. Therefore, you must chose an agency you can trust with that important responsibility. The key to making the decision easier is doing some simple research before you sign any contracts so you can make an informed choice. We have studied the characteristics of reliable,......

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LOUISIANA EDUCATION LEADERS NEET TO STEP UP; JOHN MANGINNIS

Date: Aug 10, 2011

Louisiana education leaders need to step up: John Manginnis

As always this time of year, hopes and expectations are high for two-thirds of a million students returning to public schools. The same could be said for the decade-long political movement to change the course of public education toward more accountability for students, teachers and principals, as well as more autonomy and responsibility at the school level. Yet, for supporters, there are troubling signs in the approaching fall elections for the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.......

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PLUNGE ON WALL STREET TO SPOOK CONSUMERS

Date: Aug 09, 2011

Plunge on Wall Street threatens to spook consumers

WASHINGTON -- It's the last thing a nervous consumer and a fragile economy needed: a confidence-killing nosedive on Wall Street. Americans struggling with lean wages, job insecurity and high gasoline prices have seen a 15-percent plunge in stock prices shrink their 401(k) accounts over the past 2½ weeks. When consumers feel less wealthy, they're less likely to buy new furniture, new appliances or new cars. And their spending drives about 70 percent of the economy. Murray Specktor,......

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ABOUT HALP OF LOUISIANA RESIDENTS VOLUNTEER THEIR SERVICES, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE SURVEY SAYS

Date: Aug 03, 2011

About half of Louisiana residents volunteer their services, lieutenant governor's office survey says

About half of Louisiana residents say they do volunteer work, with religious groups being the chief beneficiaries, according to a survey released Tuesday by Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne's office. Dardenne said he would like to see the total increase when the Louisiana State University Public Policy Lab surveys the state again next year, but said he has no specific goal in mind. "Anything we can do to increase the numbers, the better," Dardenne told a news conference. The poll was conducted......

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DANZINGER BRIDGE JURY CHECKS OUT SCENE OF SHOOOTINGS FIRSTHAND

Date: Jul 26, 2011

Danziger Bridge jury checks out scene of shootings firsthand

State Police and agents with the Federal Protective Service closed parts of Interstate 10 and Chef Menteur Highway this morning so that jurors in the high-stakes Danziger Bridge case could get a firsthand look at the spot where New Orleans police shot six civilians in the days after Hurricane Katrina. U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt, who is presiding over the trial, now in its fifth week, announced yesterday that court would be canceled today. However, rumors abounded that the jury would be taken......

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