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December 14, 2018
Climate Change, State Department of Health, Sunshine Bridge Update

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October 14, 2016
LPB/CABL Senate Debate • PAR Guide to Constitutional Amendments • Zachary Richard and Attakapas • Restoration Experts After the Flood • Early Bird Drawing “Win the Wheels” Raffle

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LPB/CABL Senate Debate

Louisiana Tech University in Ruston will host the first statewide U.S. Senate Debate on Tuesday, October 18th at 7PM on LPB. The five candidates include (in alphabetical order) U.S. Representative Charles Boustany, Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell, New Orleans attorney Caroline Fayard, U.S. Representative John Fleming and state Treasurer John Kennedy.

PAR Guide to Constitutional Amendments

Did you know there will be six state constitutional amendments to consider in the November 8th election? The independent, non-partisan Public Affairs Research Council (PAR) has released their guide to the 2016 Constitutional Amendments. PAR president Robert Travis Scott offers an overview. You can find the PAR Guide online at: www.PARlouisiana.org.

Zachary Richard and Attakapas

LPB and Zachary Richard are working on an upcoming project ‘Attakapas – The Cajun Story’. Richard talks about this one of a kind, state of the art multimedia experience celebrates the rich story and traditions of the Cajun people and is a powerful means of recognizing the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first Acadian exiles in Louisiana.

Restoration Experts After the Flood

For many Louisiana residents following the flood, many hope to keep and restore treasured keepsakes. This Sunday, Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser’s Office, The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) and the West Baton Rouge Museum is offering free consultations on how residents can preserve their flood-damaged belongings. The event will is Sunday, October 16 at the Mall of Louisiana from noon to 4PM. Jack Pruitt, THNOC Director of Development and Community Relations is in the studio with more.

Early Bird Drawing Win the Wheels Raffle

Tonight we name the “Early Bird” winner of LPB’s “Win the Wheels” Raffle. Tonight’s winner will receive an iPad Pro. You have until midnight November 17th to purchase your raffle tickets for the Grand Prize of a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan. Go to www.lpb.org/raffle for more information.

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