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CHABERT DISCUSSES THE STATE SURPLUS, HEALTH CARE AND MORE The Legislative Session is over in Louisiana. It has been so for some time. But politics are always spinning — especially given the current budgetary climate in the state. State Senator Norby Chabert took some time out of his busy schedule to discuss some happenings in the current political arena. In this wide-ranging Q&A, he discusses the current budget surplus, as well as giving his thoughts on the state of health care in Louisiana. Q: What are some things going on in the healthcare realm right now that are worth noting? A: Well, we just recently got a $30 million grant to combat Opioid addiction in our state. We’re very happy about that. This, as you know, is a major problem in our state and in our country right now. In Louisiana, the rates are particularly high. (By the time this publication comes out), we will have had a committee meeting and one of the things we’re going to be talking about is that grant and why it’s needed here. From my understanding, it will be spread out over multiple agencies. I think that’s great. Another thing worth noting and another area that I think is

We are just weeks away from the ribbon cutting and the opening of a new Correctional Complex and a new era of corrections for Lafourche Parish. The grand opening ceremony for the Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex is slated for November 28, 2018, and inmates are scheduled to begin populating the building during the first week of December.  This accomplishment ranks among one of the most significant achievements in the history of Lafourche Parish and embraces contemporary philosophical advancements in the area of corrections. At the outset, it is important to understand that local jails, by and large, house “arrestees” whose criminal charges have not been adjudicated and are presumed innocent by the criminal justice system. Because it is difficult, at best, to predict who will be arrested by which agency and brought into the jail for booking, the task of operating a jail is a complex one with many challenges.  Because prisons, on the other hand, house inmates who have been convicted of a crime and are serving out a criminal sentence, they generally have a better opportunity to implement and oversee meaningful intervention and rehabilitation initiatives. Despite these systemic barriers, we are committed to doing all that we can to

Like everyone else during the 1980s oilfield downturn, Louis “Booga” Klingman got hit hard, and his Montegut grocery store that supplied groceries to oilfield vessels really felt the pinch. Booga stayed up nights – literally – scouring the library’s Thomas Registry

It started with restorations of houses they would sell. Now Rod Roddy and Lisa Cinnater are offering what their experience and innate blend of artistic drive and structural ability bring to life, the potential to make anyone’s home a showpiece worthy

Lafourche Parish’s newly appointed Superintendent of Schools said he is ready and anxious to take over the system’s leadership, and that while he is well aware of the district’s financial woes and other issues, he is confident that he can

Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) honors Lucetta Sweet as the Leader of the Quarter. Sweet works as the Nurse Director of the 30-bed Critical Care Unit and the 7-bed Clinical Decision Unit. She is responsible for the operational, fiscal and

Nicholls State University is proud to announce that the Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo has donated $10,500 to the Department of Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management. “This program is very important to our industry and our area,” said Joey Cannata,

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