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   Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, R-Breaux Bridge, announced last week that he will run for governor in 2015. He has served on the commission since 2013, and Gov. Bobby Jindal appointed him interim lieutenant governor in 2010 when then-Lt. Gov. Mitch Landrieu was elected mayor of New Orleans. Angelle, who switched from Democrat to Republican in 2010, enters the race with fellow GOP candidates U.S. Sen. David Vitter and Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne. (See more in Clancy DuBos' politics column on p. 17.) ...

   The Louisiana Senate Select Committee on Women and Children and the Louisiana Legislative Women's Caucus will meet Oct. 20 in Baton Rouge to review sexual assaults on college campuses and why rape victims in Louisiana are often billed for related medical expenses, which was revealed in lengthy reports by The Times-Picayune. Members from the medical community and the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault and the Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response also have been invited to attend ...

   Following an unsuccessful bid in the New Orleans City Council At-Large race earlier this year, Eugene Green has dropped out of the race against Joseph Bouie for Louisiana's 97th District House seat, representing Gentilly and a chunk of Bayou St. John and Mid-City. Bouie, a former Southern University at New Orleans chancellor, now takes the seat left vacant after Jared Brossett won the City Council District D race in February. — ALEX WOODWARD

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