Louisiana Mayor Candidate, Guy Huffine Expresses His Thoughts

https://make.headliner.app/download/a18f0499-013b-41eb-96d9-b4d9606a538b There will be four men running for Mayor of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, a city of just over 5,000 people with a budget of 10.9 million dollars. They will face off in a primary election October 12, and If no candidate earns 51% (or more) of the votes, the two top contenders will face off in
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Bub Tucker II Runs for Mayor of Ponchatoula in Hopes of a “New Wave”

Bub Tucker II, age 39 runs for Ponchatoula City mayor in upcoming elections. Tucker has been a Ponchatoula resident his whole life and considers himself a “Family Man.” He says that he is different from other candidates running because he has a huge interest in technology, especially in relation to sales. He has been in
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Student Government Association Meeting

The Student Government Association met Monday, April 3, at 5:09 p.m. to discuss the SGA general election and the Food Pantry of Southeastern.   Online voting for SGA president, vice president, chief justice, and senate is available from April 3 at 8a.m. until Wednesday, April 5 at 4:30p.m.   President candidate Caleb Kerstens said, “I’m
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State Senate Addresses Unplanned Pregnancy In Post Secondary Education

The Louisiana State Senate approved three amendments to Senate Bill 106 before it was recommitted to the committee on Finance on May 2, 2017. SB 106 is a legislative act that would require Louisiana postsecondary schools to adopt and implement an action plan to address the prevention of unplanned pregnancies among unmarried college students. The
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Senator Encourages STEM Programs in Schools

On Thursday, April 27, the Louisiana senators of the Education Committee discussed plans to form a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics council in Louisiana school systems that will create different STEM programs across Louisiana. The proposed council would consist of 29 members that managed the finances related to the STEM programs, create an high school diploma
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Should STEM Grow in Louisiana?

Senator Hewitt was met with no opposition as she proposed Bill 225, a bill aimed at seeing STEM programs grow and develop in Louisiana. Bill 225 has three main goals. First, the bill will create a Louisiana STEM advisory council. This advisory council will coordinate delivery, increase student interest in STEM, and increase the number
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