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Louisiana Lawmakers Demand Equal Pay for Women

While some Louisiana lawmakers fight to uphold the state’s ban against sodomy, others are deep in the trenches trying to protect the proverbial back door of the female workforce.

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Louisiana Lawmakers Say No to Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession

Marijuana possession will remain a felony in Louisiana, thanks to state lawmakers concerned that lessening the penalties will not punish repeat offenders severely enough.

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Louisiana Says No to Oral Sex, Yes to Sex With Corpses

Last week, we gave a report about Louisiana lawmakers fighting against a several year old US Supreme Court ruling that determined the state’s laws against sodomy to be unconstitutional. However, while the focus of the story centered around an old school conservative attempt to put a religious stranglehold on Louisiana’s backdoor enthusiasts, disturbing new details have surfa

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Louisiana Residents Want Legal Weed, State Lawmakers Scared

Louisiana residents support legalized marijuana. In fact, a recent poll by the American Civil Liberties Union discovered that more than half of the state’s registered voters are in favor of supporting a taxed and regulated marijuana commerce, as opposed to locking up nonviolent drug offenders for petty possession.

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Louisiana Man Sentenced to 13 Years for Two Joints

A Louisiana man by the name of Bernard Noble was recently sentenced to over 13 years hard labor in prison with no possibility of parole for the possession of two joints. The Drug Policy Alliance is shocked by the man’s sentence and is now demanding the Louisiana Supreme Court review the case.

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Louisiana Lawmakers Will Not Eliminate Anti-Sodomy Law

Louisiana lawmakers have gone to great lengths to ensure residents of the state understand the phrase “exit only.” Even though the United States Supreme Court ruled the state’s anti-sodomy law unconstitutional over a decade ago, making it illegal for police to lock people up for bumping the old stink-eye, the Louisiana House of Representatives has voted against removing the ban.

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Medical Marijuana Coming to Louisiana?

Medical marijuana is once again being considered in Louisiana. State Senator Fred Mills says he hopes to gain support for a piece of legislation that would allow patients access to medicinal grade marijuana to treat debilitating conditions like epilepsy and cancer.

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Louisiana Sheriffs Foil Proposal to Lessen Marijuana Penalities

While some Louisiana lawmakers are working to reduce marijuana penalties across the state, a proposal aimed at softening pot laws was choked out last week by Louisiana sheriffs.

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Louisiana Lawmakers Debate Cockfighting and Legitimate “Chicken Boxing”

Although cockfighting is technically illegal in Louisiana, the law remains difficult to enforce due to how it is written. However, Senator JP Morrell says he intends to clarify the law, so the state can finally end the debate between what is considered legitimate “chicken boxing” and brutal cockfights.

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Louisiana Approves Bill to Double Penalties for Heroin Offenders

Louisiana lawmakers recently introduced a piece of legislation aimed at doubling the minimum prison terms for heroin offenders. It has been over a decade since the state decided to decrease the penalties for heroin addicts and dealers, but apparently, to some, the law is too soft.

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Louisiana Lawmakers Fight to Ban Speed Traps

Louisiana cities that earn a large percentage of their revenue by issuing tickets may soon have to light up the roadways with signs labeling them “speed traps.”

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Louisiana Lawmaker Says It’s Time for State Marijuana Laws to Change

Louisiana stoners could soon catch a break from the state’s ball-busting marijuana laws.

Representative Dalton Honore’, a former deputy sheriff, said during a recent interview that he plans to introduce legislation this session that would remove stiff penalties for marijuana possession.

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