Yesterday, our office celebrated both the birthday and the retirement of Ms. Libby Noto. After over 27 years of public service at the Louisiana Department of Justice, she is retiring to spend more time with her friends and family. Best wishes to you in the future Libby and thank you for all of your service to not only our office, but to the State of Louisiana!
Condoleezza Rice – The first female African-American National Security Advisor and Secretary of State. Overcoming childhood difficulties in the Jim Crow Era - she earned numerous degrees, led colleges, authored books, advised corporations, and served on many philanthropic organizations. #nationalwomenshistorymonth #iwd
Sanctuary policies are jeopardizing public safety. Recently, an illegal immigrant gang member from El Salvador was allowed to walk free from Rikers Island. Another illegal immigrant gang member was freed from a Denver county jail and shortly after, accused of murder. I am working hard to END Sanctuary Cities in Louisiana and keep instances like these from happening in our State. LIKE to #SayNoToSanctuaryCities!
"It was a pleasure to join my fellow Attorneys General this week in visiting newly confirmed U.S. AG Jeff Sessions. As Louisiana’s chief legal officer, I am thrilled to work with a federal partner like Mr. Sessions who opposes illegal immigration and sanctuary cities. Tackling our broken immigration system will make Louisiana and all of America safer." -Attorney General Jeff Landry
Last night, AG Landry’s office participated in a meeting sponsored by East Baton Rouge Metro Councilwoman Donna Collins-Lewis to address various landlord and tenant issues for residents living in #BatonRouge's Melrose East neighborhood. AG Landry’s office distributed its “Guide to Louisiana Landlord and Tenant Laws” with information on a variety of topics ranging from security deposits to evictions to educate the residents.
This weekend, Attorney General Landry's office took part in the @lanationalguard Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program . Representatives answered questions and distributed General Landry's "Resource Guide for Servicemembers and Veterans." The publication serves as a reference for a range of programs and assistance—including charitable, medical, legal, educational, and other resources available to veterans, active servicemembers, reservists, and their family members.