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Canada is launching a challenge under the North American Free Trade Agreement against recently announced U.S. duties against Canadian softwood lumber imports.
Lanny Keller: If Roy Moore makes it to Senate, Louisiana precedents may be in play
A former state legislator from New Orleans and candidate for mayor, political analyst Ron Faucheux publishes a daily rundown of the national polls, indispensable for political
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