LA Domestic Violence Survivors Shouldn’t Have To Pay Private Notaries To Get Restraining Orders

April 13, 2021

Currently, in Louisiana, domestic violence survivors who want to file a temporary restraining order against their abuser require a notarized affidavit.  Unfortunately, over 9 parishes in Louisiana do not provide notary services at the Clerk of Court, which means that survivors are forced to find and pay for a private notary.  This requirement not only […]

State Reps. Landry and Freeman File Bills That Address LGBTQ Discrimination

April 13, 2021

“New Orleans Pride – Rainbow Flag” by Tony Webster is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0  Two bills have been pre-filed for the 2021 Louisiana Legislative Session that could prove to be positive advancements for the LGBTQ+ community. In stark contrast to the anti-transgender legislation proposed by other legislators, these bills seek to reduce discrimination because […]

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