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April 18, by tomaswell. First and foremost, there is nothing in the job description requirements that says the Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health LDH must—or should—be a physician. John Bel Edwards in January as he came to office. Rebekah Gee to pursue negotiations with LSU to retain her medical license, credentials, and board certifications through continued part-time employment as a physician at LSUHSC would be done on her own behalf and at her personal legal expenses.

Certainly, rank-and-file state employees must adhere to strict guidelines regarding the use of state computers, email addresses and telephone numbers—not to mention the taboo of calling on state attorneys to do private legal work on state time and state equipment.

Included in the email thread were negotiations on Dr. As they say, rank does have its privileges and the series of emails back and forth between executive counsel Stephen Russo and LSU officials appears pretty rank. At p. My understanding is that she will not be receiving compensation for providing services at the LSU clinic. She would like to still see patients to maintain her medical licensure; we are happy to have her see patients.

The following day, Jan. Gee from working even as a volunteer for an agency partially funded by the department that she headed. On Jan. Hollier emailed Russo to reiterate that Dr. He finally got around to responding to Muslow at p. I am sending to my ethics folks. I have not been talking with the attorney general and have not sought a formal ethics opinion.

Gee would like for me to confirm the following:. At a. She had tenure but loses that since she is not Full Time; but whenever she returns to FT full timeI will simply restore her Tenure. She will arrange to see patients two half-days a month, starting I believe after the special session. Gee and by extension, Russo, into a tizzy. On Rock N Me - Steve Miller Band - Greatest Hits 1974-78 21 at p.

Personally, your word is good as gold to me but what if you have moved to greater adventures. I will see what other options might be available. So much for honest public servants serving in a new and different better administration.

Thank goodness for sources, sunlight and journalist ass-kicking. Thanks again for another great yet disheartening piece showing how corruption is accepted as expected in our state. Of course a wise man told me you never re-elect an honest politician, only experienced ones. What is amazing is that the conflict of interest is so plain that anyone with some common sense can see it would be wrong for her to continue in and derive benefits from both positions. It does not take a lawyer or parsing of regulations to reach what should be an obvious conclusion.

It seems to a casual observer, that Louisiana is so deep into a corrupt political culture, that there is no decent respect for the obvious wrong-doing. Perhaps this helps to explain many of our dismal problems. We are weighted down by this and seem to have lost will to demand that we be served honestly, ethically and for the good of the State. How much further down do we have left to go before we cease to be a viable State? It would be a great help if our media published a continuing list of corruption in government top to bottom….

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  1. Movement in the late 17th and 18th centuries Starts in Europe the president and the vice president were from two different parties - this didn't work too well. election. 1st majorly disputed election Jefferson v. Adams v. Aaron Burr leading up to the Louisiana Purchase. Napoleon was saying France might claim land in North America.
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  8. At p.m. on Jan 13, Russo emailed LSUHSC Chancellor Dr. Larry Hollier to ask “if there is anything you need from us regarding Dr. Gee. My understanding is that she will not be receiving compensation for providing services at the LSU clinic. If that is the case, that is a good starting point to make sure we are well clear of any issues ”.
  9. The 16 of them signed late in the day, so they are called midnight judges. The purchase of well Louisiana. We bought it from the French in for 50 million francs. (Roughly cents and acre) Reconstruction was really meant to be a good thing. But in the long run, it took too damn long and ended up costing us more time and money.

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