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Big Door Prize Has The Good Taste To Cast Chris O'Dowd As A Comedy Lead

Apple TV+ has cast the lead for its next comedy series, and it's none other than the great Chris O'Dowd. O'Dowd, who can be seen in everything from "The IT Crowd" to "Bridesmaids" to the Emmy-nominated "State of the Union," will be taking the lead role in a new series called "The Big Door Prize," Variety reports.Apple TV+ has a great track record with comedy series, and "The Big Door Prize" seems poised to follow in the good-natured footsteps of shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Schmigadoon!" The seri...
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Officer Accused of Using a Patrol Car in Illegal Deer Hunt

Louisiana authorities say a police officer is accused of using a patrol car while off duty to illegally hunt deer at night without a hunting license.
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House GOP Whip Steve Scalise repeatedly declines to condemn Lauren Boebert's Islamophobic comments about Ilhan Omar

House Republican Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana looks on during a press conference on Capitol Hill on November 2, 2021.Pete Marovich/Getty Images House GOP Whip Steve Scalise declined to condemn Boebert's Islamophobic comments about Omar. "I don't know if I've seen a time where Democrats have apologized for their statements," said Scalise. His comments come as Speaker Pelosi continues to push the GOP to discipline the far-right congresswoman. House Republican Whip Rep. Steve Scal...
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Cops Can Cancel Their Kickboxing Membership After This 5th Circuit Ruling

It's easy to back the blue when they're all black belts. The post Cops Can Cancel Their Kickboxing Membership After This 5th Circuit Ruling appeared first on Above the Law.
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Louisiana Medicaid Contractor Search Slower Than Planned

Louisiana’s latest search for contractors to manage the health care services of nearly 1.6 million Medicaid patients is taking longer than expected.
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High Court to Hear Pastor’s Case Against Virus Charges

Louisiana’s Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments in a pastor’s fight against criminal charges he faces for violations of 2020 pandemic gathering limits.
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The Best Car Insurance Companies (December 2021)

Compare the industry’s best car insurance providers and their scores in different categories.See our top six car insurance recommendations and their pros and cons.Read our tips for finding the best car insurance for you. Affiliate disclosure: Automoblog and its partners may be compensated when you purchase the products below. Finding the best car insurance company at the end of the year can be stressful. With so much going on, figuring out who offers the best coverage at the best rates can...
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Lawmakers Try to Block Vaccine Requirement for La. Students

A bipartisan group of Louisiana lawmakers on the House health care committee voted against Gov. John Bel Edwards’ coronavirus vaccine mandate for some students.
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An important school board group is unraveling after it sent a letter to Biden likening threats against school officials to ‘domestic terrorism and hate crimes’

Amy Jahr sings the Star Spangled Banner after a Loudoun County School Board meeting in Northern Virginia was halted because the crowd refused to quiet down.Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters The National School Boards Association compared threats to school leaders to "domestic terrorism." The message, and Attorney General Merrick Garland's swift response, backfired. Now state school board associations are distancing themselves from NSBA. The National School Boards Association wanted to help protec...
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REALTORS® Take the Lead Before the Need

There is no question that REALTORS® have a passion for giving back, and that generous spirit was never more evident than in the hours following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on our nation. Our world as we knew it was shaken to its core and REALTORS® jumped into action to create the REALTORS® Relief Foundation (RRF), raising $8.4 million from REALTORS® and others, vowing that no American should be at risk of losing their home because of the loss of a breadwinner in a terrorist attack on American so...
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United States: CMS Vaccine Mandate Blocked Nationwide - Littler Mendelson

On November 29 and 30, 2021, two separate federal district courts—the Western District of Louisiana and Eastern District of Missouri—issued injunctions blocking enforcement of the Centers...
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Analysis: Money Flows Slowly to La. Water System Upgrades

Louisiana lawmakers earlier this year set aside $300 million in federal pandemic aid to help upgrade antiquated water and sewer systems, talking about the urgent need for improvements.
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Louisiana Confirms Omicron Variant of Virus Found in State

Louisiana’s health department announced it has confirmed the state’s first case of COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
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2 Louisiana Insurance Companies Fail After Hurricane Ida

Insurance companies operating in Louisiana will be charged at least $100 million to pay claims of two failed property insurers who went belly up in Hurricane Ida’s aftermath.
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Louisiana Historic Site Hosting French Singing Event

One of Louisiana’s state historic sites will host a traditional French sing-along event on Dec. 11.
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Ten COVID-19 cases were detected on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship as it headed to port in New Orleans

Norwegian Cruise Line requires 100% of passengers and crew to be vaccinated for COVID-19.Richard Tribou/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images At least 10 people tested positive for COVID-19 on the Norwegian Breakaway cruise ship as it headed to port in New Orleans this weekend. More than 3,200 people were aboard the ship, which made stops in Belize, Honduras, and Mexico, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.  Anyone who tests positive upon disembarking from the shi...
Tags: Travel, News, Cdc, Mexico, Trends, Healthcare, New Orleans, Louisiana, Norwegian Cruise Line, John Bel Edwards, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cruise line, Honduras Belize, Belize Honduras, Connor Perrett, Coronavirus


Survey: Louisiana Teacher Pay Among the Lowest in the South

Louisiana’s average teacher salary continues to lag most states in the South.
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Northeast Louisiana Colleges Take Aim at Nursing Shortage

Two northeast Louisiana colleges are working together to try to combat the statewide nursing shortage that has only worsened during the coronavirus pandemic.
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United States: Mandatory Vaccines For Healthcare Workers Put On Pause - Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd

On Tuesday, November 30, the Western District for Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction against the COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS).
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Louisiana Educator Teaching the Next Generation to Give Back

WESTLAKE, La. (AP) — Brandi Felice, a Westlake resident, takes pride in her city and the best way she knows how to do this is by giving back.
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French Ambassador Tours Immersion School in Louisiana

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Nestled in an oak-lined Lafayette neighborhood sits Myrtle Place Elementary, where more than 350 children from pre-K through fifth grade are learning in French.
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No Indictment of Louisiana Deputy in 2018 Shooting Death

A Louisiana grand jury has chosen not to indict a sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed a man at an apartment complex in 2018.
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Three Dolphins endorse their ex-coaches Napier, Kelly, Cristobal

Billy Napier is leaving as Louisiana football coach to fill the vacant Florida job. Gators fans would be comforted to hear the ringing endorsement Hunt gave Napier. "Florida got a good one, I think, in my opinion,' said Hunt, who played un
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Early Voting for Louisiana's Dec. 11 Election Ends Saturday

Early voting is wrapping up Saturday in the 38 Louisiana parishes that have elections on the Dec. 11 ballot.
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Top-Ranked Elementary and Middle Schools in Louisiana

U.S. News & World Report ranks the best K-8 schools across the country.
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United States: Federal Judge Enjoins CMS Mandate Nationwide - Ford & Harrison LLP

On November 30, 2021, a federal district court in Louisiana issued a nationwide injunction enjoining the implementation of the CMS mandate imposing COVID-19 vaccination requirements on covered healthcare providers.
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United States: Breaking News On The CMS Vaccination Rule: Less Than 24 Hours After Being Shelved In 10 States, The Rule Is Sidelined Nationwide - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

In a November 30, 2021, order, a federal judge sitting in Louisiana entered a nationwide preliminary injunction against the Biden administration's Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMS)...
Tags: News, United States, Louisiana, Biden, Stewart, Centers for Medicare, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak


Autumn Mid-Century Mod Wedding With A Cool Bohemian Twist

I don’t want to say I cry often… but who am I kidding? I cry often. And boy, did this autumn mid-century mod wedding bring on the waterworks. These cool cats kicked off this new chapter of life together with a fun-filled celebration inspired by Palm Springs, and the deep earth toned color palette that… Autumn Mid-Century Mod Wedding With A Cool Bohemian Twist - Ruffled
Tags: Wedding, Louisiana, Pies, Palm Springs, Abstract, Proteas, Bohemian Chic, Barn Wedding, Bohemian Weddings, Fall Wedding, Sainte Terre, Pets In Weddings, Mid-century Mod, All-inclusive Venue, Brianna Belton, Christi Martin


United States: Federal Judge Halts CMS Mandate Nationwide - Butler Snow LLP

Judge Terry A. Doughty of the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana has ordered that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Center for Medicare...
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