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News for Wednesday May 27th, 2020

 

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New reported COVID cases and deaths continue to slow to a fraction of the pace they were just a month ago. Only 11 new COVID fatalities were reported yesterday, along with 245 new positive cases. 831 are hospitalized, down 16 from Monday and vent usage increased by one to 103.

 

Former south Louisiana Congressman and international pharma lobby head Billy Tauzin believes there will be an effective, non-vaccine treatment for COVID-19 by September.

 

A Senate-backed tort reform bill that supporters say will lower auto insurance premiums is heading to the House floor. However, Democrats are skeptical whether or not insurance companies will pass any savings along to consumers.

 

A package of budget bills was passed by the House Tuesday calling for a 30 billion dollar spending plan for the fiscal year starting July 1st.

 

Louisiana’s new state education superintendent will receive an annual salary of $285,000.  Cade Brumley, was chosen last week by the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to oversee public schools.

 

The Manning Passing Academy scheduled for next month in Thibodaux has been canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis.  College and pro football analyst Mike Detillier says the Louisiana Line Camp held at Nicholls State has also been canceled for this year.

 

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is set to receive $73 Million in Federal Assistance to help the state’s fishing industry offset financial losses from freshwater flooding in 2019 and the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

State officials said Tuesday day care centers already reeling because of the coronavirus pandemic face a new challenge: How to lure teachers who make an average of $8.95 per hour to return to the classroom, and give up unemployment benefits that have more than doubled their pay.

 

LSU officials are excited to welcome students back to campus in fall but warn campus life, while vibrant, will not be the same.

 

 

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