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In Studio with Senator Hewitt: Lawsuits Are Running Business Out of Our State

Senator Sharon Hewitt joins Fred Childers in studio on This Week in Louisiana Politics TV show.  Senator Hewitt discusses some of her recent legislation to solve some of the state's problems, such as her bill to hold elected officials to a higher standard, her continued work to eliminate dedicated funding and prioritize the budget, and the critical need to reduce lawsuits and lower car insurance rates.  The Senator also debunks the Governor's claims of stabilizing the budget and discusses her work to recruit more qualified women to run for office. 

Senator Hewitt on Ringside TV: "The Governor's tax reform is code for Raise Your Taxes."

Senator Sharon Hewitt appeared this week on the TV show Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere.

Big changes coming? Record number of women are running for the Louisiana Legislature

So many women already have signed up to run for the Louisiana Legislature this fall that Democrats and Republicans are predicting a sea change in the state's lawmaking body by the time the votes are counted.

Senator Hewitt Testifies on Capitol Hill

Louisiana State Senator Sharon Hewitt testified on Capitol Hill before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.  Having managed major deepwater oil and gas assets in her professional career and now serving as a State Senator representing four of the coastal parishes, Senator Hewitt testified on how the oil and gas industry benefits both our country and the State of Louisiana.

Senator Hewitt interview on KPEL Radio: 2019 is a turning point for Louisiana

Senator Sharon Hewitt recently joined Carol Ross on her afternoon radio show, The Ross Report, on KPEL Radio.  During three segments of the show, Senator Hewitt discusses her work with the National Republican Party, the upcoming legislative session, and the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the state of Louisiana. With an opportunity to elect a new Governor and with 40% of the Louisiana Legislators leaving due to term limits, 2019 will be a pivotal year for Louisiana.

Senator Sharon Hewitt