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LA governor to be briefed on flooding in North Louisiana

Gov. John Bel Edwards will take part in a briefing this morning about the ongoing flooding and severe weather in North Louisiana. (Source: Louisiana governor's office) Gov. John Bel Edwards will take part in a briefing this morning about the ongoing flooding and severe weather in North Louisiana. (Source: Louisiana governor's office)
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The ongoing flooding and severe weather in North Louisiana will be the focus when Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards takes part in a Unified Command Group briefing this morning.

Edwards will meet at 10 a.m. with representatives the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

The gathering will be held in the GOHSEP office at 7667 Independence Blvd. in Baton Rouge.

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