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A rice by any other name...

by Laine Kaplan-Levenson May 23, 2019
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
Jeff Durand on his rice farm in St. Martinville, Louisiana.
Laine Kaplan-Levenson
Weather Economy

Their homes escaped flooding, but the fear lingers

by Paulina Velasco Sep 1, 2017
"Everyone becomes on edge when you hear any type of heavy rainfall," a Louisiana homeowner says.
A flooded street in Cypress, Texas, northwest of Houston.
Courtesy of Marcy Matyas

Gift cards help Baton Rouge flood victims get the items they really need

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 19, 2016
One organization's search for the best way to get people what they needed, fast.
Patti Clement in front of her home in Baton Rouge, where she has lived for 14 years.
Nina Feldman

In Baton Rouge, big brands come to help — and get known

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 22, 2016
Tide, Duracell and Clorox are just some of the brand names flocking to the region.
Tide brought a portable laundry services truck to Baton Rouge for the displaced.
Tim Mettey

Can flood insurance program afford Louisiana?

by Andy Uhler Aug 18, 2016
The federal insurance program is already $24 billion in debt.
Record-breaking rains pelted Louisiana over the weekend leaving the city with historic levels of flooding that have caused at least seven deaths and damaged thousands of homes. 
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Why many Louisiana homeowners lack flood insurance

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Aug 17, 2016
Most Louisiana homeowners aren't covered.
Two people walk through a flooded street in Sorrento, Louisiana as an early morning fog blankets the area. 
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10 years after Katrina

Examining the Gulf Coast's master plan

by Lizzie O'Leary Aug 21, 2015
Louisiana comes up $20 billion short for its coastal restoration plan.

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The high cost of gridlock

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 13, 2015
In 2013, traffic jams in the U.S. cost consumers an estimated $124 billion.

Falling oil prices hurt state budgets

by Sarah Gardner Nov 17, 2014
For states trying to balance budgets that rely on oil taxes, it's crunch time.

The economics of a runoff election

by Sally Herships Nov 5, 2014
How is money raised and spent in a runoff election?