Earlier this week, Governor Edwards announced that Sunday, March 14th will be declared as a Day of Prayer and Remembrance for those Louisianans who lost their lives to Covid-19. In Louisiana alone, we have lost 9,812 lives to Covid-19. While the vaccine is being distributed around the state and new groups become eligible each few […]
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Today, March 9, 2021 Governor Edwards announced that there is a new phase of eligibility requirements to get the Covid-19 vaccine. This new phase includes ages 18 and up individuals to receive the vaccine if they meet certain criteria listed below. I encourage you to take the vaccine if you are eligible to protect your […]
In the spirit of providing full transparency to my community, I am proud to announce that I have received the Covid-19 vaccination. I strongly encourage those who are eligible to be vaccinated, to do so as soon as possible. There are many opportunities to sign up to make an appointment to receive the vaccine. You […]
Senator Gerald Boudreaux’s statement on the recent action of the Library Board of Control First, I want to commend Mrs. Teresa Elberson on an outstanding professional career spanning over thirty-eight (38) years. Her service in the Lafayette Parish Library System has been duly noted and greatly appreciated. I also want to applaud and commend Dr. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Gerald Boudreaux 337-267-7520 (o) State Senator Gerald Boudreaux and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Faith Community will dedicate a memorial area, bless white flags and pray for the members of our community that have died from the COVID-19 Pandemic. The ceremony will be held on Sunday, January 31, 2021, at the […]
Senator Gerald Boudreaux’s Statements on the January 6, 2021 Incident at the Capitol I have intentionally waited one week before I responded to the horrific INSURRECTION that took place at our nation’s Capitol on January 6, 2021. Every family has an impactful experience and/or story from 2020, which will go down in history as a […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 12, 2021Contact: [email protected] Gov. Edwards Extends Louisiana’s Phase 2 COVID Mitigation Measures, Strongly Recommends Businesses Move to Remote Work for Employees BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards today extended his modified Phase 2 order, keeping COVID mitigation measures in place for another 28 days, and strongly recommended that all businesses in […]
Sackcloth and ashes should not be out of the question, but it will take more than a confession.
- Governor Edwards announces Day of Prayer and Remembrance for Louisianans affected by Covid-19
- Governor Edwards announces new Covid-19 vaccine eligibility.
- I have received my Covid-19 Vaccination!
- Senator Gerald Boudreaux makes a statement on the recent action of the Library Board of Control
- From the Senator