If the Governor shares the goals of protecting preexisting healthcare conditions and providing other patient protections should appellate courts uphold the district ruling that the ACA is unconstitutional – he would cast aside divisive Washington-style politics and support this bipartisan effort in the Legislature.
General Landry: The need for self-defense is not limited to the home and the right to possess a firearm should not be either. From self-defense to hunting, the lawful exercise of our Second Amendment rights should be fully supported.
General Landry: Louisiana patients rely on generic drugs every day and they have felt the burn from the alleged conspiracy. I am proud to join General Tong in these efforts to ensure those who have harmed patients are brought to justice.
General Landry: Congress must realize the national emergency at our Southern border and support President Trump’s efforts to build the wall. Their continued failure to secure our border places every American citizen at risk.
General Landry: In a loud, overwhelming manner – the Louisiana Senate declared our State should protect patients, ensure coverage of preexisting conditions, guarantee coverage for essential benefits, and assure a robust marketplace for affordable healthcare with choices for the people of Louisiana.
General Landry: The most valuable resource in the Gulf of Mexico is not the oil and gas underneath the waters, but rather it is the men and women who ply their trades there. And the safety of our neighbors who are working in the Gulf to deliver the energy we need to create jobs and fuel our economy is paramount.
General Landry: Commissioner Donelon, Chairman Mills, Speaker Barras, and I have worked hard to present a state-based, Constitutionally-sound solution to protect patients with pre-existing healthcare conditions and lower health insurance costs for all Louisiana citizens.
General Landry: Thank you for your encouragement, Whip Scalise. Together with other state leaders, we can craft constitutionally-sound, state based solutions for the problems Obamacare has caused for Louisiana, her families, and her businesses.
General Landry: In light of documented history in Louisiana, their position defies common sense. Notably, two of the three clinics in Louisiana are operated by Leroy Brinkley, who employed Dr. Kermit Gosnell. Louisiana women deserve to be protected from such physicians.
General Landry: Scams like this are designed to frighten consumers into hastily sending their money to the callers. Anyone who receives calls like this should contact local law enforcement immediately.