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State of Louisiana
Official State Seal

Population:
4,796,410

Under 18:
1,560,079

Over 65:
522,334

Employed:
2,028,439

Land in SM:
43,561.85

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
7,664,830

Births:
60,937

Deaths:
44,355

Infant Deaths:
529

Property Crime:
168,630

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Louisiana Laws on Scattering Cremation | eHow

Louisiana Laws on Scattering Cremation. Cremation is an alternative method of putting your loved ones to rest. Deciding what to do with the cremated remains, or ...
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What Are Typical Funeral Costs? | eHow

Funeral homes are required to offer their services a la carte, and it is illegal for funeral directors to force families to buy their services as a set package.
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How to Arrange a New Orleans Jazz Funeral Procession | eHow

How to Arrange a New Orleans Jazz Funeral Procession. Funerals are an occasion to celebrate life and in New Orleans, death is not seen as a loss but a ...
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Louisiana Mortician Requirements. Morticians provide a wide range of funeral services, handling the remains of the deceased and helping grieving families cope. In ...
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Laws Regarding Home Burials | eHow - eHow | How to - Discover ...

Laws Regarding Home Burials. The reasons for wanting to bury a loved one on your own property are varied. Some people cannot afford a traditional funeral.
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