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  • 24 Jul 14

    The New Orleans Advocate: St. Tammany fire district gets $294,000 grant

    “This grant will provide the Bush fire department with significant resources to guarantee our response teams have the most up-to-date equipment and vehicles that can literally make the difference between life and death,” Landrieu said.
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  • 24 Jul 14

    Houma Today: Bollinger Shipyards gets $255 million contract to build cutters

    “The men and women of the Coast Guard have gone above and beyond to protect our citizens, ecosystems and way of life through hurricanes, oil spills, river closures and countless search and rescue missions. The Coast Guard is part of our DNA in Louisiana. I am proud that Louisiana’s highly skilled workers will play an important part in keeping the Coast Guard strong for generations to come,” Landrieu said.
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  • 23 Jul 14

    Times Picayune: Baton Rouge attorney John deGravelles wins Senate confirmation as federal judge

    "As a partner in this well-established firm in Baton Rouge, he has honed his skills as one of the region's most capable litigators in both federal and state court," Landrieu said. "In addition to his work as a lawyer, respected by a broad cross section of leaders, he has also taught for 20 years at both Tulane Law School and LSU. He's very popular, I understand, as a teacher, always open to students, and one whose advice is sought on a regular basis."
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  • 25 Jul 14

    At Landrieu’s Urging, Commerce Takes Important Step Forward on Restore Act Project Solicitation

    “Today’s announcement by the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council is an important step forward.  For years, we had the will and the science to restore the Gulf Coast, but we didn’t have the money. The RESTORE Act becoming law is a victory that happened because we worked together—Republicans and Democrats, business leaders and environmental leaders—and it is an opportunity for the Gulf states to jump start our coastal restoration efforts,” Sen. Landrieu said. “In order for that to happen, projects need to be approved and funded, and bureaucratic delays are simply unacceptable.  I will continue to push the administration to implement the RESTORE Act as quickly as possible to make sure our children and grandchildren get to see what we see every day: one of the most precious places on earth.”
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  • 25 Jul 14

    Sen. Landrieu Announces $11.6M in Homeland Security Grants for La.

    “Louisianians have seen firsthand how important comprehensive disaster preparedness is in securing our communities and saving lives,” said Sen. Landrieu. “Today’s grants ensure that our state has the resources necessary to respond to any potential disaster, whether natural or manmade. It is a priority for me to make sure Louisiana receives its fair share of essential preparedness funding."
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  • 25 Jul 14

    Landrieu: New Orleans Getting $3M in Homeland Security Grants

    “Today’s funding will provide New Orleans with the necessary resources to prevent or respond to terrorist threats, catastrophic events and potentials disasters whether they are natural or manmade,” Sen. Landrieu said. “The entire country depends on New Orleans’ critical transportation, energy and maritime infrastructure to produce energy, seafood and the goods necessary for economic growth. That’s why it is a priority for me to make sure Louisiana receives essential preparedness funding."
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