Sarah Gamard

Sarah Gamard has always needed writing and storytelling more than food. The undergraduate reports from Louisiana, a state that prides itself on being unlike any other in the U.S. The below-sea-level cities and laissez-faire politics make Louisiana magical, but also crown it with unique problems. Underfunded flood protection, an increasing budget shortfall and the world's highest incarceration are just a few factors that play into the state's famously dubbed "jungle politics." When Gamard is not in class at Louisiana State University, she's covering committee meetings and chamber debates at the state capitol in Baton Rouge.

Louisiana may need a constitutional convention — if its politicians can ever get anything done Sarah Gamard
Meet the Senate's strange new GOP superstar: “With all due respect, I am against dumb” Sarah Gamard
Republican candidates line up against Louisiana's Democrat governor Sarah Gamard
Louisiana's "stark" budget could kill college dreams Sarah Gamard
The case for (and against) the tiger living on LSU’s campus Sarah Gamard
Football is religion in Louisiana, and player protests have sparked a schism Sarah Gamard
NOLA mayor Mitch Landrieu: Nationally treasured, locally lambasted Sarah Gamard
New Orleans can teach us about disaster response Sarah Gamard
NOLA's floods could taint Landrieu’s legacy Sarah Gamard
LGBT rights in Louisiana make slight gains — with lots of pushback Sarah Gamard
Trump's budget a bipartisan letdown in Louisiana: "No need to protect bridges if there’s no one to drive over them" Sarah Gamard
Is the Trump administration "turning a blind eye" to Louisiana's storm season? Sarah Gamard
Louisiana congressman helping lead GOP effort to limit federal definition of gender Sarah Gamard
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