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  • 21 Oct 14

    Landrieu: Army Agrees to Pay For Camp Minden Cleanup

    “This agreement is great news for residents of North Louisiana who are living with a ticking time bomb in their backyard.  They are one step closer to being able to sleep at night without worrying that it will go off,” Sen. Landrieu said. “This propellant has been a threat to the people living near by and a threat to the long term economic viability of Camp Minden.  I am glad that after I brought the Army to the table, it agreed to clean up the propellant. This truly has been a team effort that was made up of many different members.  We had Republicans and Democrats at the Federal, state and local levels working along side business and community leaders to hold the Army accountable and build a prosperous future for North Louisiana that all families can count on.”
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  • 21 Oct 14

    At Landrieu's Urging, CBP Announces Plan To Screen All Passengers Traveling From West Africa For Ebola

    “Last week, I pushed the administration to screen all tourists, international workers and business leaders from West Africa when they arrive in the United States for Ebola,” Sen. Landrieu said. “Today, that is happening, and it is another important and necessary step to protect American citizens and preserve trust in our health care system.”
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  • 17 Oct 14

    Landrieu Urges Increased Funds for Port of Lake Charles Dredging

    “Two LNG facilities valued at $20 billion will soon be exporting LNG and additional projects will bring a total of $70 billion in planned investments along the channel in the coming years.  When these projects are fully operational, the Federal Treasury will receive an estimated $1.2 billion annually from the Port of Lake Charles and its tenants, a $450 million increase over the $750 million it currently contributes to the Federal Treasury every year, yet the Port does not have the federal partner it needs,” wrote Sen. Landrieu.
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  • 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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