Arianna Baseman is originally from South Florida. Her previous work experience includes the Women's Education and Research Institute in Washington D.C. where she worked as a Women's Health Policy Fellow for Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard of California. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer for two years in the Dominican Republic and worked there with a small community based organization focused on generational poverty reduction. After returning to New Orleans, Baseman worked as a Bilingual Post Release Services Case Manager for Jewish Family Service.
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Cross-posted from Louisiana Budget Project
House budget targets hospitals and college students
Facing a $648 million "fiscal cliff" caused by expiring tax revenue, a divided Louisiana House approved an operating budget Thursday that includes deep cuts to health care services for low-income families and TOPS college scholarships. Needing 53 votes to pass the bill, House leadership mustered 55 votes to send the flawed proposal to the Senate. The Advocate's Elizabeth Crisp reports:
For Immediate Release
April 17, 2018
Louisiana Senators Advance Unconstitutional Ban on Abortions After 15 Weeks
New proposal very likely to end up in court
New Orleans, LA - On Tuesday, the the members of the Judiciary C Committee in the Louisiana Senate approved a proposal by Senator John Milkovich that would that would ban abortion after 15 weeks from conception.
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Louisiana Women Demand Justice, Equity and Equality from Legislature:
April 11 “Day of Justice for Louisiana Women” at state capitol