March 28, 2014
LSWI3729 - March 28, 2014
Legislative Week in Review, Louisiana’s Minimum Wage Debate, Boot Camp is Fun
Louisiana’s Minimum Wage Debate (01:19) The showdown over whether Louisiana should establish a minimum wage happens at the state capitol in just a couple of weeks. This hot button issue has supporters and opponents fiercely fighting for their side. The governor opposes it, but several bills have been filed to make it law. Where do you stand? Hear both sides this week with Erika Zucker of the Workplace Justice Project and Renee Amar of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry. SHARE
Legislative Week in Review (11:32) Week 3 of the regular session included members of AARP and Together Louisiana meeting with lawmakers to address predatory lending practices. Rep. Mike Huval (R-Breaux Bridge) wants to ban drivers using hand held cell phones and Rep. Steve Pylant (R-Winnsboro) hopes to combat small town speed traps by alerting motorists with a flashing “Speed Trap Ahead” sign. Charlie Whinham reviews this week at the capitol. SHARE
Boot Camp is Fun (17:03) What is leading hundreds of people to Brusly High School every week? It is a fast paced, exciting hour of boot camp that is physically challenging and spiritually uplifting. Hard to imagine? You have to see it to believe it. Led by Coach Shaeeta Williams, people of all races, ages and fitness levels travel from near and far to her class that started with six and in a short time has grown to well over 700. Shauna Sanford introduces us to the class and the woman who is imparting knowledge and impacting the community in ways no one ever expected. SHARE
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