December 5th: Henson Moore, Edwin Edwards, Coleman Brown

Dec 5, 2018

Former Congressman Henson Moore of Baton Rouge, who served as deputy chief of staff for President George H.W. Bush, reflects on the life of the 41st president as America pays tribute Bush, who died last week at 94. Funeral services are being held today at the National Cathedral for Bush. Former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards comments on his former Congressional colleague. Edwards represented southwest Louisiana while Bush was a House member from Houston in the late 60s. Architect Coleman Brown surveys the merits of a half-cent sales tax for roads. The 30-year levy is on the ballot this Saturday in East Baton Rouge Parish.