They’re still not talking, but Gov. Edwards and AG Landry are assisting each other to best serve Louisianans
They traded insults. They fought over turf. They sued each other.
All of it prompted political chatter that Gov. John Bel Edwards — the only Democrat holding statewide office — and Attorney General Jeff Landry — a Republican widely believed to be lusting after his job — were in the early rounds of a political fight that would culminate in a head-to-head campaign for the governor’s office in 2019.
But peace has broken out between Edwards and Landry. At least temporarily…