State troopers, LSU greek life and Scalise’s scooter: Louisiana politics today

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Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves has suspended three troopers and is investigating a fourth who are suspected of getting paid for hours they did not work and abusing a ticket-writing program state troopers perform in many local parishes. The ticket-writing program has also been suspended as a result of a WVUE Fox 8 investigation into state trooper behavior. See the first part of that Fox 8 series hereThe Advocate also wrote about the troopers’ suspension as a result of the Fox 8 investigation.

Louisiana State University has suspended a fraternity for possible violations of university policies before and after the death of a student in an alleged hazing incident at a different fraternity’s house. Story by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune. The Associated PressThe Advocate and WWL-TV also covered this subject.

A bill that would reverse course on much of former President Barack Obama’s administration’s policy on oil and gas drilling and potentially lift Louisiana’s share of federal oil revenue in the coming decades cleared a House committee Wednesday. Storyby The Advocate…

 

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