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In ArkLaTex politics for April 6, a disagreement between the incoming Bossier City mayor and council members, and members of the current admin…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 24, the speaker of the Louisiana House and the president of the state Senate on discuss the upcoming legislativ…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 23, Sen. Bill Cassidy speaks out on a variety of topics, including a virtual forum being held on the Biden Admi…

In Arklatex politics for March 18, 2021 we hear from Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy on why he voted against President Biden's nominee for Secr…

In Arklatex politics for March 17, 2021 we hear from both Louisiana Senators on the situation at the United State's southern border. We also h…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 16, Sen. Bill Cassidy questions several tax-related issues; the senator also spoke on new legislation on hazing…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 15, the other side of the 'dark money' complaint against Leading Louisiana Forward. We also heard about some ta…

In Arklatex politics for March 12, 2021, we visit with both of Louisiana's Senators on freedom of speech, and new legislation designed to lowe…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 11, President Biden's first national address Thursday night and heard from a panel of experts. Lawsuit filed by…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 9, Stephen Waguespack, the president of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, explains why a cent…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 8, problems facing Louisiana's Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Political analyst Jeremy Alford says it is…

In Arklatex politics for March 5, 2021 we visit with Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy on funding education in the new Covid-19 stimulus package;…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 4, 2021, KTBS visits with Bossier Congressman Mike Johnson about a sweeping new voting rights bill and the Geor…

In ArkLaTex politics for March 3, Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin made a sudden decision to pause the search for new voting machines in Louisia…

In Arklatex politics for February 24, 2021 we visit with both Louisiana Senators; a congressman taken all too soon is remembered on the floor …

In ArkLaTex politics for Feb. 23. both Louisiana senators have been very busy on Capitol Hill. John Kennedy pleading for Louisiana energy jobs…

In Arklatex politics for February 11,2021 we learned of a forward-thinking idea from State Senator Barrow Peacock. "SB1" is a new way to alloc…

In ArkLaTex politics for Feb. 9, KTBS examines the first day of former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial.

In ArkLaTex politics for Feb, 8, White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre talks about President Biden's $2 trillion stimulus plan…

In Arklatex politics for February 5, 2021 we visit with Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy, and get his reaction the a comment from President bide…

In Arklatex politics for February 3, 2021 we took a continuing look at the Biden administration's new energy policy and its affects on Louisia…

In Arklatex politics for February 2, 2021, we visited with Louisiana Senator bill Cassidy on a variety of topics; the stimulus; the pandemic; …

In Arklatex politics for February 1, 2021 we checked out the leadership vote in the Republican State Central Committee; as well as reaction fr…

in Arklatex politics for january 29,2021 we took a look at the Republican State Central Committee meeting, scheduled for Saturday in Baton Rou…

In ArkLaTex Politics for January 28, 2021, KTBS looked at the continuing fight over Louisiana's and America's energy industry. Both Louisiana …

In Arklatex politics for January 19, 2020, we looked ahead to Joe Biden's Presidential Inauguration. We heard from political analyst Jeremy Al…

In ArkLaTex politics for Jan. 14, Congressman Mike Johnson of Bossier Parish gives his thoughts on the threats of violence as the inauguration…

In ArkLaTex politics for Jan. 13, an in-depth look at the second impeachment of President Donald Trump. Our coverage included comments from se…

In ArkLaTex politics for Jan. 7, continued reaction ton the riots and violence at the Capitol. Sen. Bill Cassidy; Rep. Mike Johnson; State Rep…

in Arklatex politics for January 6, 2021 we heard from several members of congress caught in the violence in Washington, D.C. That includes Bo…

In ArkLaTex politics for Jan. 5 -- Jeff examines Georgia's big senate runoff and previewed the electoral count certification upcoming in congr…

In ArkLaTex politics for Dec. 17, a potential new COVID stimulus plan; more thoughts on the recent rash of violence in Shreveport; and the Lau…

In ArkLaTex Politics for Dec. 15, U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy discussed both the new vaccines for COVID-19 now on the market; as well as proposed n…

In ArkLaTex Politics for Dec. 14, we visit the Electoral College vote; and visit with a former elector for Shreveport. We also took a look a c…

In Arklatex Politics for Thursday December 10, 2020 we visited with Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy, who is an M-D, about the soon to be distri…

In ArkLaTex Politics for Dec. 9, an in-depth look at Texas' lawsuit concerning a presidential election challenge; and whether Louisiana might …

In ArkLaTex politics for Dec. 8, Bossier Parish Congressman Mike Johnson discusses the continuing Presidential election challenges; and the pe…

In ArkLaTex politics for Dec. 7, we visited with Bossier City Congressman Mike Johnson about his recovery from COVID-19 and the potential for …

In Arklatex politics for December 4, 2020, we took a look at Louisiana's runoff in the Fifth Congressional District, and got analysis on that …

In ArkLaTex Politics for Tuesday Dec. 1, we took a look at the new COVID-19 financial plan being floated in Washington; visited with U.S. Sena…

SHREVPEORT, La. -- Tonight in ArkLaTex Politics, KTBS takes a look at voting machine security in Louisiana. The state uses some of the same Do…

The conflict between the Governor of Louisiana and the Louisiana legislature came to a head Thursday. It was a battle over the governor's emer…

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