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  • 27 Aug 14

    Landrieu’s Law Cancels more than $391M Community Disaster Loans From Katrina for Southeast Louisiana

    “Communities across Southeast Louisiana suffered once from Katrina and levees collapsing, but then they suffered again when the federal government saddled them with unfair debt. But with years of persistence and support from local leaders, we worked together to create a commonsense formula that has rightly cancelled more than $391 million in community disaster loans from Hurricane Katrina. With this fix, our parishes can invest providing quality education for our children, high-quality health care, support first responders and invest in our communities to build a prosperous future that all our families can count on,” Sen. Landrieu said.
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  • 27 Aug 14

    After Katrina, Landrieu’s Law Cancels more than $1.8M in Community Disaster Loans From for Washington Parish

    “Washington Parish suffered once from Katrina, but then it suffered again when the federal government saddled its schools and sheriff department with unfair debt. But with years of persistence and support from Washington Parish leaders, we worked together to create a commonsense formula that has rightly cancelled more than $1.8 million in community disaster loans from Hurricane Katrina. With this fix, Washington Parish can invest in providing quality education for our children, prevent layoffs, keep its communities safe and build a prosperous future that all our families can count on,” Sen. Landrieu said.
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  • 27 Aug 14

    $9.29M in Community Disaster Loans From Katrina for Lafourche Parish Canceled by Landrieu’s Law

    “Lafourche Parish suffered once from Katrina, but then it suffered again when the federal government saddled its schools and hospitals with unfair debt. But with years of persistence and support from Lafourche Parish leaders, we worked together to create a commonsense formula that has rightly cancelled more than $9.29 millions in community disaster loans from Hurricane Katrina. With this fix, Lafourche Parish can invest in providing quality education for our children, prevent layoffs, keep its communities safe and build a prosperous future that all our families can count on,” Sen. Landrieu said.
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  • 27 Aug 14

    Times Picayune: Nine years after Katrina, federal government has forgiven $391 million worth of federal disaster loans

    "Communities across Southeast Louisiana suffered once from Katrina and levees collapsing, but then they suffered again when the federal government saddled them with unfair debt," Landrieu said. "But with years of persistence and support from local leaders, we worked together to create a commonsense formula that has rightly cancelled more than $391 million in community disaster loans from Hurricane Katrina."
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  • 27 Aug 14

    Daily Advertiser: Commerce: Mexico dumping sugar; fees to be imposed

    "Once this process is complete and it is determined that illegal activity occurred, Mexican sugar producers will pay a steep price that will cover the losses our Louisiana sugar producers suffered and act as a deterrent to prevent other countries from trying this in the future," U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said. "Our sugar producers work too hard and are too important to our economy to let illegal dumping go unpunished."
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  • 20 Aug 14

    Concordia Sentinel: Vidalia awarded $1.2 million for technology center

    “The City of Vidalia has actively sought resources to address the void in their broadband infrastructure, and the VTC is a critical step in that process,” Landrieu said. “I am happy to see that the Economic Development Administration recognizes this need, and I will see the construction of the VTC through to completion.
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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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