Republican Political Consultant Scott Wilfong and Democratic blogger and commentator Dayne Sherman on the political consequences of the special legislative session, the challenges of President Trump and new leadership in the Louisiana GOP.
“Who will starve, and who will get some breadcrumbs?”
That’s the question Southeastern Louisiana University professor Dayne Sherman — and many others — are asking, as Louisiana colleges and universities have been told to expect up to $400-million in cuts for the next fiscal year. That amounts to 40 percent of their current state funding.
Shreveport hosted the first televised Senate debate featuring all three candidates last night, and today we discuss what happened and how the candidates did. Trey Ourso, the former Executive Director of the Louisiana Democratic Party and Scott Wilfong, well-known Louisiana GOP pundit, both join us to examine the issues covered in last night's debate and discuss how the candidates are looking as we approach November 4th.
And, this Saturday in Death Valley the LSU Fighting Tigers take on the University of Kentucky Wildcats: two university's which happen to be leading the charge in pushing for smoke-free campuses in SEC schools. LSU's Dr. Judith Sylvester and Kentucky's Dr. Ellen Hahn are two figures spearheading the smoke-free campus movement, and they join us today to discuss what their respective university's have been able to accomplish thus far.