Mayor Mitch Landrieu says his famously tolerant city will continue to welcome everyone, including LGBT people, despite Gov. Bobby Jindal's antigay 'conscience protection' order.
When lawmakers stalled a 'license to discriminate' bill advocated by the governor, Jindal took matters into his own hands and issued a sweeping executive order.
A legislative committee tabled the antigay bill indefinitely, but Gov. Bobby Jindal says he'll issue an executive order to accomplish its goals.
BreakOUT!, an LGBT youth of color activist group in New Orleans, has put up a new billboard commuters can't ignore.
The ad from Truth Wins Out says the legislation will cause economic harm to Louisiana.
The Louisiana governor and possible presidential candidate says corporate 'bullying' led to changes in such laws in Indiana and Arkansas.
The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that.
The legislation is broader than measures caused outcry in other states, but Jindal says passing it is one of his priorities.
A week into his job for First Tower Loan, Tristan Broussard says he was told to sign a form saying he would dress and act like a 'female' at work.