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  • 24 Jul 14

    Landrieu Pushes Air Force and DOD to Quickly Give Global Strike Command 4th Star

    “Today in my meeting with Air Force Secretary James and Defense Assistant Secretary Creedon, I stressed the need for the Air Force to quickly finish the process of elevating the Global Strike Commander to a four-star general and name a qualified individual to lead this important military command. I’m committed to doing everything I can to ensure this process is done in a timely manner."
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  • 24 Jul 14

    Landrieu Presses FEMA on Need for Accurate Flood Maps

    "Our work is far from over to build a better flood insurance program that we can live with, grow with and prosper with. This cannot‹and will not‹happen until we have accurate and reliable flood maps," Sen. Landrieu said.
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  • 24 Jul 14

    Study Finds Export-Import Bank Indirectly Supports More than 30 Small Businesses in the Bayou Region

    "The Export-Import Bank has a clear and positive impact across the entire supply chain in Louisiana. In the Bayou Region alone, Export-Import Bank indirectly supports more than 30 small businesses," Senator Landrieu said. "I¹m pushing for a long-term reauthorization of the bank because it supports thousands of Louisiana jobs and hundreds of small businesses. Congress should reauthorize the Bank as soon as possible."
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Recent News

  • 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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Recent Videos

  • 11 Jul 14

    WGNO: Senator Landrieu Announces $2.5 Million Grant For Xavier University

    Landrieu believes that it is important for us to provide more opportunities to minority students so they can earn the education they need to join the growing health profession and build a prosperous future for themselves, their families and communities.Landrieu believes that it is important for us to provide more opportunities to minority students so they can earn the education they need to join the growing health profession and build a prosperous future for themselves, their families and communities.Landrieu believes that it is important for us to provide more opportunities to minority students so they can earn the education they need to join the growing health profession and build a prosperous future for themselves, their families and communities.Stream Stream
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  • 10 Jul 14

    KLFY: Landrieu pushes for increased offshore energy production in Lafayette

    In the epicenter of the deepwater oil and gas industry, U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., chair of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, today pushed for more offshore energy production as the Department of the Interior (DOI) begins to draft its new five-year offshore energy plan.
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  • 24 Jun 14

    KARD: Poverty Point's new World Heritage Site designation brings tourism jobs to Northeast Louisiana

    Sen. Landrieu secured the attendance of a high-level U.S. official, the Department of the Interior's Acting Assistant Secretary Rachel Jacobson, to advocate for the site at the World Heritage Annual Convention that met in Doha, Qatar, during the last week. Jacobson led the federal delegation along with two Louisiana officials. Just last week, Sen. Landrieu restored funding for the United States to pay its dues to the World Heritage Program so that the 21-voting member countries voted on the site's merits and not on the failure of the United States to pay its dues to the program.
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