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61 in Louisiana is four-laned from its southern terminus in New Orleans to the Mississippi state line, where the highway continues to Natchez as a four-lane highway ... Legend has it former Louisiana Gov ...
... What began as a junior college supported by local taxes developed into a major university as Southeastern has grown to meet the evolving needs of southeast ... July 7, 1925, the voters overwhelmingly approved a bond issue that created Hammond Junior College ... Rapidly increasing enrollments quickly forced the college out of its two rooms in Hammond High School ...
... New Orleans mayoral election, 2002 United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2002. ...
... Like other Southern states, the population of Louisiana is also made up of numerous Protestant denominations, comprising 60% of the state's adult population ... Because Catholics constitute a majority of Louisiana's population, Catholics have continued to be influential in state politics ... The high proportion and influence of the Catholic population makes Louisiana distinct among Southern states ...
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