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Much has been said in recent months, if not days, about the aggressive agendas of hostile foreign actors to undermine our nation’s democratic processes. The American people are rightfully concerned about these subversive efforts to taint our public policy and our elections, and Congress must do all it can to address the issue.
Washington lobbyists who represent foreign powers have taken comfort for decades in the fact that the Justice Department rarely goes after them for potentially breaking the law. That all changed on Monday.
A day after former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was indicted on charges that included failing to register as a foreign agent, a top Senate Republican introduced legislation Tuesday intended to stiffen enforcement of federal rules for foreign lobbyists.
With the backdrop of two members of President Donald Trump's campaign team facing indictments, in part from violations of the FARA violations, Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson and Republican Senator Chuck Grassley have introduced today legislation intended to reduce loopholes, strengthening reporting requirements and other safeguards.
House Judiciary Committee Member Mike Johnson (R-Benton) and Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) today introduced legislation to improve transparency and accountability of agents working on behalf of foreign principals to influence American policy.
The Delta Regional Authority announced this week that it will invest over $50,000 in the Greater Beauregard Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to make DeRidder a “work-ready community.”
Stocks continued their ascent Friday, capping the week at new all-time highs, as lawmakers took a critical step toward cutting taxes.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 165 points, or 0.71%, to 23,328.63. The S&P 500 rose 13 points, or 0.51%, to 2,575.21. The Nasdaq gained 24 points, or 0.36%, to 6,629.05.
After months of praying and waiting, an ArkLaTex family is breathing a sigh of relief and planning a homecoming celebration.
Zack Wilson has been detained in Guatemala since March.
That's when hunting ammunition was found in the Caddo Parish resident's bag at the airport as tried to return from a mission trip.Zack Wilson has been detained in Guatemala since March.
After a long, difficult process a local family finally hears the news they've been waiting for. Zach Wilson, the Keithville man detained in Guatemala will be returning home soon.
Zack Wilson, a Keithville man detained in Guatemala since March, soon will return home to Louisiana, his family and friends learned Monday afternoon.
Wilson called his wife, Lisa, to tell her he learned at a court hearing Monday that he'll be released from detention in a month or less.