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PAR Offers Recommendations to Jindal’s Team

PAR research is being used to help shape Gov.-Elect Bobby Jindal’s reform agendas in the areas of government finance, ethics and health care. PAR staff members are serving on and have presented policy recommendations to several of Jindal’s key transition team committees. “We will continue to seize every opportunity to share our research findings with […]

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AT&T Contributes to PAR

PHOTO CUTLINE: William A. Oliver (left), President-AT&T Louisiana, presented a $25,000 check to Jim Brandt, President of the Public Affairs Research Council, to support PAR’s endowment fund campaign to establish a healthcare policy analyst position. The policy analyst will research Louisiana healthcare issues and propose alternative solutions to the challenges facing the state. PAR is […]

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Nonprofit Community Plays Critical Role in Recovery

For the complete text of the report, please visit: www.rockinst.org/gulfgov or www.la-par.org The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government today released a report on the important role the nonprofit community has played in hurricane recovery efforts across Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. GulfGov Reports:Response, Recovery, and the Role of the Nonprofit […]

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GulfGov Reports Outlines State Progress in Spending Federal Aid

For the complete text of the report, click on: http://www.rockinst.org/gulfgov/ or http://www.la-par.org The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government today released a report on federal funding in response to the 2005 hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Spending Federal Disaster Aid is an analysis of two major types of aid being used for […]

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