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NOVEMBER 2016 ISSUE

 

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Voters Approve Charter Change to Split Inspector General, Office of Police Monitor

Voters in Orleans Parish overwhelming approved a change to the home rule charter, making the Office of the Inspector General, the Office of the Independent Police Monitor and the Ethics Review Board three distinct, autonomous entities with independent revenue streams in the Nov. 8 election, with 71 percent of voters approving the charter change. The

VIRGINIA RESIDENT, EX-OFFENDER VOTED FOR THE FIRST TIME ON NOV. 8

By Jazmin Goodwin Howard University News Service via NNPA Wire ALEXANDRIA, VA. – Every Election Day for nearly 30 years, people have told Terry Garrett, that she couldn’t vote. Garrett was convicted of a felony for shoplifting at 18 and was stripped of her right to decide which people governed her community, her state, her

And Another Thin With Anitra: Okay . . . Carry On . . .

All of a sudden these two images started spinning in my head. Exactly eight years ago, I was screaming and shouting, “He won. He won. Camille, Barack Obama is the President of the United States. Can you believe it?” I was talking to the only one person within earshot of my euphoria. My child, just

Entergy New Orleans Hosts Information Sessions on Power Station Proposal

Entergy New Orleans is hosting information sessions to keep the community informed about its newly proposed New Orleans Power Station. Charles Rice, president and CEO of Entergy New Orleans, and other members of his leadership team, will present the latest information on the proposed New Orleans Power Station, in addition to taking any questions from
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