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New Orleans offers payment assistance for people associated with Entergy

The City of New Orleans announced Friday that it will begin providing outstanding utility payments to eligible applicants for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, using funds provided by the United States Department of the Treasury. The city said it is using some of the $23 million allocated from the state to make payments into the … Read more

New Orleans offers payment assistance for people associated with Entergy

The City of New Orleans announced Friday that it will begin providing outstanding utility payments to eligible applicants for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, using funds provided by the United States Department of the Treasury. The city said it is using some of the $23 million allocated from the state to make payments into the … Read more

Biden Enlists Former New Orleans Mayor Landrieu To Spearhead Infrastructure

President BidenJoe BidenMichael Flynn Says of US: ‘We Must Have One Religion’ White House Tries to Send Economy Reporting Biden Out of ‘Great Concern’ Over Belarus-Poland Border Crisis MORE is tapping former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu to coordinate implementation of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, the White House announced on Sunday. “In this … Read more

‘Separate but equal’ Plessy pardon decision goes to governor

1 out of 2 FILE – This photo from June 3, 2018 shows a cemetery marker for Homer Plessy at St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery. 1 in New Orleans. Homer Plessy, the namesake of the 1896 U.S. Supreme Court ruling pronounced “separate but equal,” is eligible for a posthumous pardon. The Creole man of color … Read more