lRN Newscast 15:30 03-31-15

The A-C-L-U of Louisiana alleges that Albert Hardison, principal at Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School in Shreveport, engaged in unlawful religious coercion…
CUT 2 (30) “reporting”

As Governor Bobby Jindal travels across the country to increase face time for a portential run at the White House, the expenses for his State Police Security detail have gone up. Colonel Mike Edmonson says the price tag for his agency is $2.2 million dollars on travel expenses.
An LSU poll finds a majority of Louisiana oppose the Common Core curriculum, but support the concept. Doctor Michael Henderson, director of LSU’s Public Policy Research Lab, says when citizens were asked if they support Common Core, only 39-percent said yes….
CUT 6 (07) “67-percent support it”
The political fighting over Common Core-he says-has hurt the name.

The State of Indiana is taking some national heat for their new “religious freedom” law, with many saying it will open the door of discrimination against gay and lesbian groups. Sarah Jane Brady from the Forum for Equality says they hope lawmakers take notice of Indiana, as they introduce a bill in the upcoming session…
CUT 14 (11) Q: “community”