09:30 Newscast, November 29th, 2016

State officials say more needs to be done to prevent crime in New Orleans following the deadly French Quarter shooting last week — as negative news like this is severely affecting tourism and claiming innocent lives. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says there are too many criminals walking around that are always in and out of jail…:
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He says more policies need to be put in place to take corrective measures.

US Senate candidates Democrat Foster Campbell and Republican John Kennedy made separate appearances Monday. The State Treasurer was in Metairie with with GOP Senatorial Committee Chairman Roger Wicker of Mississippi. He’s helping the Kennedy campaign so Republicans can have more of a governing majority…:
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Campbell spoke at the Baton Rouge Press Club and said he’s confident he can win and have the support of both parties.

According to the nonprofit organization Shared Hope International, Louisiana has the best anti-trafficking laws in the country. Halen Doughty has more…:
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Today a Baton Rouge judge is slated to hear the case of Attorney General Jeff Landry on whether Governor John Bel Edwards’ executive order seeking to prevent LGBT discrimination should be blocked. Edwards says it’s important to send a message that the rights of the LGBT community are protected in Louisiana, but Landry asserts that the order is executive overreach that goes against the will of the people and legislature.