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Though The Times-Picayune never enjoyed widespread circulation in Baton Rouge, the year- old New Orleans daily newspaper has had a loyal following over the years in these parts, not only among the many transplanted New Orleanians who now call Baton Rouge home but among the state legislators and government employees who come from around the Crescent City but spend much of their workday life here.
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