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Pension limbo

"If you ask taxpayers if they want to back and fund a private organization's pension, I think most of them would prefer not to."-STATE REP. KEVIN PEARSON, chairman, House Retirement CommitteeRelated Stories A burst bubble

In Louisiana, government workers aren't the only ones collecting a government pension.

So, too, do employees of six teachers unions and a high school athletic association—all of them privately owned and operated.


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Pearson pre-files bill to ban 25-I 20/02/03

State Rep.Kevin Pearson has pre-filed House Bill 10, which would ban hallucinogenic substances such as "25-I" in Louisiana. In November, Pearson announced he would author legislation to prohibit the drugs after three people in New Orleans were hospitalized after taking the drug, 25-I; one of them died. After he drew attention to the issue, Secretary of Health and Hospitals Bruce Greenstein issued an executive order providing a temporary prohibition on the substance, but legislation is required to make the ban permanent.
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PEARSON FILES LEGISLATION TO BAN 25-I

State Rep.Kevin Pearson (R-Slidell) yesterday pre-filed House Bill 10, which would ban hallucinogenic substances such as "25-I" in Louisiana.
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Voucher lawsuit decisions get mixed reactions 12/5/12

"We strongly disagree with the ruling. We are optimistic this decision will be reversed on appeal.:- State Superintendent of Education John White.
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Louisiana voucher case ruling: reactions of the parties 11/30/12

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal: "Today's ruling is wrong headed and a travesty for parents across Louisiana who want nothing more than for their children to have an equal opportunity at receiving a great education.
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Proud to stand with members of the Northshore Delegation to save Southeast Louisiana Hospital.
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State Rep. Kevin Pearson speaks to reporters at a press conference banning synthetic drug 25-I
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(Lauren McGaughy/NOLA.com)

PEARSON FILES LEGISLATION TO BAN 25-I

Hurricane Isaac Assistance

Individuals and households who sustained losses can begin applying for assistance by registering online at DisasterAssistance.gov, by web enabled mobile device at m.fema.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA(3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired. The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.

The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors (LSLBC) website www.lslbc.louisiana.gov provides a link on the front page titled "Weathering the Storm" to assist the general public before being scammed by unlicensed and fraudulent activities.

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