October 19, 2021
Texas did it – that means Louisiana must get it done this upcoming legislative session!
What I’m referring to is the news that the Texas Senate passed Fairness in Women’s Sports and the legislation is headed to Governor Abbott’s desk for his fancy signature.
Science speaks clearly on this issue and informs us that biological men have numerous competitive advantages over biological women. Sorry, science deniers, Fairness in Women’s Sports passed in the Louisiana Legislature with bipartisan support this year, then was vetoed by Governor Edwards. We must correct that error!
Female athletes deserve respect and protection in Louisiana!
National Police Week is being hosted at the nation’s capital this week in honor of the nation's fallen. Louisiana AG Jeff Landry sat down with One America News Network to talk about the importance of the commemoration and why he is in DC to participate.
Landry noted that the anti-police rhetoric has had a significant, negative impact on our law enforcement community, even in states that have typically been supportive of the police. Plus, these vaccine mandates are pushing more law enforcement officers into early retirement or even pushing them to leave the force.
Louisiana’s law enforcement deserves respect. Please take a moment this week to pray for law enforcement officers who have laid down their lives protecting us and their fellow officers, and when you see an officer, honor the thin blue line!
In particular, let us pause and offer a prayer for the family of Master Trooper Adam Gaubert who was recently killed in the line of duty in Louisiana.
Some Louisiana citizens are wondering if the current test for continued employment (“Did you get the shot?”) is coming to their employer soon.
Many of our nation’s workers deemed “essential” last year are now finding themselves without a job. The mass firings of the unvaccinated that are sweeping the nation are impacting almost all industries. Healthcare workers who tended to multiple patients, worked overtime, and sacrificed time with their family are now being thanked for their selfless service with termination notices.
It’s not just healthcare workers; it’s the military, law enforcement officers, state workers, teachers, and more.
The people of Louisiana are ready to get back to work and keep the ability to work and provide for their families without threat of "emergency" lockdowns or unwanted medical-mandates.
Friends, I know that many are concerned about the future of this country, but Louisiana can be an example for the rest.
Help us build a better Louisiana for all families and set the example for the entire country!
With God, all things are possible.
In His Service,
President, Louisiana Family Forum
P.S. Continued thanks to these organizations for their relief after Ida!