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The Republican Party of Louisiana released the following statement from executive director Jason Doré after the federal Department of Health and Human Services released data showing more than 1,200 illegal immigrant children have been released into Louisiana since the start of the year
A new Politico report has identified two more campaign-related flights Mary Landrieu billed to taxpayers, bringing taxpayers' total bill to just less than $20,000. And that's just for the flights identified so far.
Today, the Republican Party of Louisiana launched its “Air Mary” campaign and Twitter feed (twitter.com/AirMaryLA) to draw attention to Senator Mary Landrieu’s habit of using taxpayer funds to fly around the state on private airplanes. USA Today first reported on the vulnerable Senator’s habit, which has cost taxpayers$47,000 in the last year.
The Republican Party of Louisiana issued the following statement from executive director Jason Doré in response to media reports that Senator Mary Landrieu broke the law by billing taxpayers for a private flight to and from a campaign fundraiser. It was previously reported Landrieu spent a total of $47,000 on taxpayer-funded private flights last year.
(CNN) -- Sen. Mary Landrieu made headlines last November when she hitched a ride home on Air Force One with President Obama, but chose not to attend his event in New Orleans. Another lesser-known flight Landrieu took that same day mistakenly cost taxpayers more than $3,000.
CNN has learned that the vulnerable Louisiana Democrat used government money to charter a private plane to travel to a campaign fundraiser, in violation of federal law.
Before August Recess, the Senate was set to enact bipartisan sanctions against corrupt members of the socialist, anti-American Venezuelan government for human rights violations. But bought-and-paid-for Sen. Landrieu (D-Caracas) went to bat for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his cronies and got the sanctions killed
Mary Landrieu has come under heavy scrutiny this week for her pro-abortion track record that is out of touch with Louisiana values. Over the last six years she has received a zero percent rating from the Louisiana Right to Life Federation, voting the wrong all 14 times pro-life legislation has come before the Senate. All this while representing a state regularly identified as the most pro-life state in the nation.