Tulane worker Anthony Ovide talks about the importance of tuition waivers not being taxed. FOX 8 photoA husband and father employed by Tulane University knows well the benefits of tuition waivers and hopes the Congress will not make them taxable. Pressure is on the U.S. Senate from the higher education community to make sure the House version of GOP tax reform does not become law. Anthony Ovide is an assistant supervisor in the air conditioning and refrigeration shop at Tulane.
It’s like a scene from a modern-day crime movie: State-of-the-art technology used to give police a quick upper-hand. And now the city has it. The new $5 million Real-Time Crime Monitoring Center was unveiled Tuesday afternoon on North Rampart Street.
A whimper and soft coos. From miniature beds, melodies of new life can be heard inside Children’s Hospital. But increasingly newborns in Louisiana are arriving with symptoms of a scary scourge. "It's a public health problem - it's not just one mom and one baby,” said Dr. Brian Barkemeyer, a neonatologist with LSU Health and Children’s Hospital. The problem is rooted in opiods, potent narcotics that include prescription pain pills and street drugs like heroin.
He works @Tulane & tuition waivers have helped him educate his family. Now he's concerned about what tax reform could do to that benefit. Watch my story on #fox8nola today starting @5. https://t.co/CC9njsJM3a
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