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Louisiana gambling provides funds, costly addictions
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Louisiana gambling provides funds, costly addictions

By Laura Furr Vanessa Mouton said she used to pray to God in church every week that she would win big at the casino. Hiding what she now knows was a gambling addiction from her husband, daughter and son, Mouton said she would then make an excuse to leave the house after her family’s Sunday … Continue reading

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Religious campaign floods LSU with questions and answers

Within a matter of days, the normally purple and gold covered campus of LSU was surrounded in orange. The classrooms were filled with students wearing orange shirts and the hallways were packed with orange posters. Orange fliers scattered the sidewalks and orange magnets traveled on cars. Even the skies shined a shade of orange as a plane flew over campus carrying a large banner that said, “Do you agree with Adam?” This left many students wondering, who was Adam? Continue reading

The Frances Center gives independence to persons with disabilities
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The Frances Center gives independence to persons with disabilities

By: Sydney Kern A thrift store in Baton Rouge is the first of its kind. The Frances Center for Customized Employment lets people with intellectual development disorder run their own business. BATON ROUGE- The Frances Center For Customized Employment sells typical items one would find at a thrift shop: books, plates, furniture and clothing. But … Continue reading