Anti-Abortion Activists Are Back to Trying to Ban Abortion Pills
The medication’s future is once again up in the air in federal court, this time in Louisiana.
Louisiana Launches Tip Line to Accuse Librarians of ‘Sexualizing Children’
The website is being launched amidst right-wing efforts to ban LGBTQ books and smear allies as ‘groomers.’
Black Man Shot in the Head by Cop After Being Pulled Over for Tinted Windows
Law enforcement finally released videos, including body and dash camera footage, in the fatal shooting of Derrick Kittling in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Bystander Video Disputes Police’s Version of Derrick Kittling’s Killing, Attorneys Say
VICE News obtained two videos taken during the shooting. Police have not yet released footage from the officer’s body camera.
Louisiana Sheriff’s Deputy Shot and Killed the Brother of a Fellow Cop During a Traffic Stop
Derrick Kittling, a 45-year-old Black man, was the brother of the deputy superintendent of Louisiana’s Bureau of Investigations.
Louisiana Is Delaying New Orleans Flood Funds Over Abortion Fight
New Orleans also happened to issue a flood advisory on Thursday.
Woman May Be Forced to Give Birth to a Headless Baby Because of an Abortion Ban
“It’s hard, knowing that I’m carrying it to bury it, you know what I’m saying?”
Women Are Being Forced to Deliver Nonviable Fetuses Because of Abortion Bans
“This was the first time in my 15-year career that I could not give a patient the care they needed,” one Louisiana doctor said.
States Are Already Moving to Punish People Over Abortions
Republicans say they don’t want to punish people who get abortions. Their bills say otherwise.
It Only Took Louisiana 129 Years to Pardon Homer Plessy
Homer Plessy’s arrest led to the infamous Supreme Court decision Plessy v. Ferguson.
Louisiana Judge Is Sorry Her Family Had a Blast Calling a Burglar the N-Word
Conveniently, Lafayette City Judge Michelle Odinet says she can’t remember a thing.
Louisiana’s Native Tribes Were Crushed by Hurricane Ida. They Feel Forgotten.
The United Houma Nation and other Native tribes in Louisiana aren’t federally recognized, which cuts them off from help they need after Hurricane Ida.