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   Gov. Bobby Jindal showed up, in a way, on the season opener of Saturday Night Live. In a parody commercial, various presidential candidates (played by cast members) testified that the drug Abilify disabused them of the ridiculous notion they could be elected president. The kicker was an image of Jindal's face as an announcer said, "Ask your doctor about Abilify, Bobby Jindal" ...

   State Sen. J.P. Morrell, D-New Orleans, leads a newly created Task Force on Higher Education Disciplinary Process for Sexual Assault on Campus when it holds its first meeting at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Baton Rouge. The group was formed under Morrell's 2015 legislation addressing sexual assault on college campuses, and its first meeting will examine what the group's goals will be in the upcoming legislative session. ...

   That didn't take long: After | The Times-Picayune fired music writer Alison Fensterstock and reassigned longtime music writer Keith Spera to general reporting last month, Spera left the paper — leaving a leading paper in one of America's great music cities without a full-time music writer. Last week both joined The New Orleans Advocate, Spera as a full-time music writer and Fensterstock as a music contributor. The Advocate also picked up T-P discards Karen Taylor Gist, who will become community news editor, and Dan Swenson, who will become graphics editor. ...


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