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Business leaders work to make NOLA to London flights a reality

It is impossible right now to hop on an airline at Louis Armstrong International Airport that will fly directly to… Read More »

3/25/2014 | Read Story »

‘Louisiana families finally have peace of mind’ — President Obama signs flood insurance bill into law

Ending a long and sometimes torturous legislative process, President Barack Obama Friday signed into law a bill that will limit flood insurance premium increases to no… Read More »

3/21/2014 | Read Story »

President Obama signs flood insurance bill into law

President Barack Obama Friday signed into law hard-fought legislation that will limit flood insurance premium increases to no more than 18 percent a year. White House… Read More »

3/21/2014 | Read Story »

Rita Benson LeBlanc: Pelicans name tied to Louisiana’s resilience and coastal restoration

For Rita Benson LeBlanc, insisting on the right to change the name of the New Orleans Hornets to Pelicans as… Read More »

3/20/2014 | Read Story »

How critical flood insurance legislation passed the House and Senate

As constituents started bombarding their members of Congress about sharply higher flood insurance premiums, Sens. Mary Landrieu, D-La., and David… Read More »

3/14/2014 | Read Story »

GNO, Inc. Celebrates Flood Insurance Changes And Overall Economic Outlook

The annual assessment by the economic development group Greater New Orleans, Inc. comes as one of its priority projects —… Read More »

3/14/2014 | Read Story »

Senate Passes Flood Bill That Guts Reforms, Protects Homeowners

Homeowners and businesses welcomed the Senate’s passage on Thursday of a bill designed to slow implementation of a 2012 law… Read More »

3/13/2014 | Read Story »

New Orleans Organizations Focus Efforts to Make City a Minority Startup Hub

The brand new initiative PowerMoves.NOLA is about creating power and opportunity through entrepreneurship in New Orleans. The goal is to… Read More »

3/12/2014 | Read Story »