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Laporte, LaPorte, or La Porte may refer to:
- Laporte (electoral district), a provincial electoral district in Quebec
- La Porte, Les Cayes, Haiti, a village in the Les Cayes commune of Haiti
- La Porte, California
- Laporte, Colorado
- La Porte, Indiana
- LaPorte County, Indiana
- La Porte City, Iowa
- Laporte, Michigan
- Laporte, Minnesota
- Laporte, Pennsylvania
- Laporte Township, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania
- La Porte, Texas
- André Laporte (b. 1931), Belgian composer
- Aymeric Laporte (b. 1994), French footballer
- Bernard Laporte (b. 1964), French rugby union coach and politician
- Éric Laporte (b. 1976), Canadian politician
- François Louis de la Porte, comte de Castelnau (1812–1880), French naturalist
- Joseph de La Porte (1714–1779), 18th-century French priest, literary critic, poet and playwright.
- Leo Laporte, radio and television host
- Leon J. LaPorte, United States Army General
- Louis de La Porte de Louvigné (1662 - 1725), French noble and military commander in New France
- Otto Laporte (1902-1971), German-born American physicist
- Laporte rule, a selection rule in spectroscopy, named after Otto Laporte
- Pierre Laporte, Canadian politician, assassinated in 1970.
- Stéphane Laporte (b. 1966), French javelin thrower
- Steve La Porte, American make-up artist.
- Laporte rule, a spectroscopic selection rule
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