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  • 28 Oct 14

    Landrieu: U.S. and Mexican Officials Reach Preliminary Agreement on Illegal Mexican Sugar Imports

    “I am encouraged that the U.S. and Mexican governments have reached a draft agreement to help prevent these illegal sugar imports and halt the losses our Louisiana sugar producers have suffered.  Our sugar producers work too hard and are too important to our economy to let illegal dumping go unpunished,” Sen. Landrieu said.  “Louisiana sugar producers can compete with anyone in the world, as long as they have a fair and level playing field.  But, that cannot happen if Mexican producers are allowed to dump subsidized sugar into the U.S. market.  I will continue to monitor progress in finalizing the agreement to ensure the final accord treats our sugar producers fairly.  I will also hold the Administration accountable for enforcing the final terms, including the investigative and enforcement provisions of the pact." 
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  • 27 Oct 14

    Landrieu to EPA: Ensure Camp Minden Cleanup is Quick, Safe and Affordable

    “I thank you for your assistance in holding the Army to their legal and civic responsibility to properly dispose of these materials and the substantial risk they pose to the surrounding community. I encourage all residents of the local community to submit their comments during the 30-day public comment period and we appreciate your listening to these important comments and my concerns,” Sen. Landrieu wrote.
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  • 24 Oct 14

    Landrieu Fights to Stop Unnecessary EPA Water Regulations

    “While I am unequivocally in favor of ensuring the sustained health of our nation’s water resources, I believe the proposed regulation will have unjustifiably negative impacts on many sectors of our economy.  In particular, I want to call to your attention the potential impacts on residential and commercial real estate development, a vital sector of our economy, and one that involves many small businesses and employs thousands of people,” Sen. Landrieu wrote. 
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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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