11:30 LRN Newscast June 10

This year’s KIDS COUNT shows the pandemic had an unprecedented harmful effect on student learning. Annie E. Casey Foundation President Lisa Hamilton says the report shows a higher percentage of Louisiana students suffered from trauma than students nationwide.

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Starting in 2025, retailers who do not properly label seafood with its correct country of origin will face fines of up to two-thousand dollars. Marrero Senator Patrick Connick says his bill that was recently signed by the governor puts teeth into a law passed in 2019….

cut 8 (12) “…two thousand dollars”

In 2025, college athletes could be paid directly by the university because of an antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA that’s expected to be finalized soon. LSU executive deputy athletics director Verge Ausberry expects the Tigers will remain competitive once revenue sharing between athletic departments and athletes begins…
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It’s expected athletic departments will spend around 22-million dollars in paying college athletes in 2025.

Don’t forget about your pets when making your hurricane plans. LSU School of Veterinary Medicine spokesperson Ginger Guttner says have you dog or cat microchipped…
cut 11 (11) “….come off”

You can find a list of hurricane tips for pet owners at LouisianaRadioNetwork.com