Six Reasons to Reject National Popular Vote

By Kevin Kane
On Monday, Louisiana’s House of Representatives is expected to vote on HB 1095. This bill would make Louisiana party to the National Popular Vote (NPV) “compact” whereby state electors would pledge to cast their votes to the presidential candidate receiving the most votes nationwide, regardless of the results in Louisiana. Here are six reasons why legislators should reject this attempt to jettison our electoral system.

TAGS: Constitution, Elections, Electoral College, legislature, Louisiana, National Popular Vote, NPV

Louisiana’s Legislative Elections Could Jumpstart Litigation Reform Efforts

By Kevin Mooney
A recent survey that shows a substantial majority of Louisiana voters favor tort reform could serve as a catalyst for bipartisan legislation next year aimed at alleviating costly litigation practices, according to top officials with citizen watchdog groups and business advocacy organizations.

TAGS: Coalition for Common Sense, Elections, judicial hellholes, lawsuits, Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch, Tort Reform