Mary Landrieu

Post Offices
11:22 am
Fri May 4, 2012

Senator Plans Post Office Visits

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — U.S. Sen. Mary L. Landrieu's office says the senator planned visits to post offices in Moss Bluff and Lafayette. Friday's visits were set after Landrieu wrote to the Postmaster General, urging the U.S. Postal Service to extend the current moratorium on post office and mail processing facility closures.

Small Business
9:33 am
Mon April 23, 2012

Sen. Landrieu, Wendy Vitter to Co-Chair Conference

THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Louisiana's Democratic U.S. senator, Mary Landrieu, will be an honorary co-chair of an upcoming small business conference in Baton Rouge, along with Wendy Vitter, wife of Republican Sen. David Vitter.

The two-day event, set for May 3-4, in Baton Rouge will be the Louisiana Women's Leaders Conference on Small Business Entrepreneurship. It's sponsored by the Louisiana Center for Women and Government, headquartered at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux.

BP Oil Spill
5:02 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Senator Landrieu Hails Passage of Restore Act in Senate

Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is applauding the Senate’s passage of the Restore Act, which designates 80 percent of Clean Water Act fines from the BP oil spill to the five Gulf states.

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New Orleans Mail Center
5:06 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

Senator Landrieu Vows Fight over Closure of New Orleans Mail Center

Public officials in Louisiana are vowing a fight over plans to close a New Orleans processing center of the U.S. Postal Service. The loss of 800 jobs is a major hit to the city’s economy.

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Politics
12:05 pm
Wed January 25, 2012

Louisiana lawmakers react to State of the Union

Louisiana officials have been reacting to President Obama’s State of the Union address. Eileen Fleming reports lawmakers took note of his call for a diverse energy policy.

 

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Elections
6:05 am
Mon November 3, 2008

Voters to Choose U.S. Senator

Louisiana voters will be choosing a U.S. Senator. with incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu facing off against Republican John Kennedy.

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