Hahnville High School QB Andrew Robison has won his arbitration hearing against the LHSAA over illegal recruitment allegations. The victory means the senior is now eligible to play in Friday’s regular-season finale. He’ll also continue with a lawsuit against the governing body for damages. Robison’s Attorney David Moyer says there was no basis in law or fact for the LHSAA to rule the way they did.
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LHSAA has not commented due to pending litigation.
Early voting ended yesterday and as of last night 307-thousand people voted in person or with a mail in ballot, which JMC Analytics pollster John Couvillon says is a record for a non-Presidential election. Couvillon says even though the Louisiana ballot lacks a marquee race, voters are aware of the November 6th election, because of hotly contested midterm elections across the country.
A Monroe Representative says it’s time for Senator John Kennedy to step off the sidelines and into the 2019 governor’s race.
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