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All six members of Louisiana’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of the Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Act, which was passed March 14 by a vote of 407-10.
Congressman Ralph Abraham recognized a local man on the floor of the U.S. House today. Abraham paid tribute to the late "Grady" Bubber Brown of Lake Providence, who founded the Panola Pepper Company, which is now sold worldwide.
Rep. Ralph Abraham (R-LA): “A very bold & positive move by Pres. Trump in appointing Mike Pompeo to the Sec. of State and Gina Haspel as CIA Director.”
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A skyscraper made out of wood? Tokyo has approved an 11-hundred foot building and in London they're working on a nearly thousand foot wood building. But what about here at home?
Rep. Ralph Abraham (R, Louisiana) helped introduce the renowned French intellectual, Bernard-Henri Levy, and his film, Peshmerga, to a Capitol Hill audience on Tuesday evening.
Abraham spoke with Kurdistan 24 before the event, explaining that the US needs to “get involved” in the dispute between Erbil and Baghdad and “support the Kurdistan people.”
WASHINGTON, DC – American lawmakers on Capitol Hill were presented with a special screening of a documentary about the Peshmerga Tuesday evening.
Louisiana Fifth District Judge Terry Doughty will take a seat on the federal bench after being confirmed by the U.S. Senate Monday.
The Senate voted 98-0 in favor of Doughty's nomination to serve as a federal judge on the U.S. Western District of Louisiana Court.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bernard-Henri Levy believes directly showing the contribution of the Kurdish Peshmerga to a select group of congressmen through his documentary, 'Peshmerga,' will speak to the "beating heart of American democracy" and not the White House.
Richland Parish's Chamber of Commerce donated $25,000 to help build an enclosure at the Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery to shield mourners from storms during funerals and ceremonies.
The donation was announced during the chamber's annual banquet in Rayville before a sellout crowd of more than 300.
Gov. John Bel Edwards and Hunt Forest Products co-owner James D. Hunt announced the company will build a state-of-the-art $115 million lumber mill in Urania, a LaSalle Parish community in the heart of Louisiana’s $11 billion forest products industry.