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Louisiana Lt. Governor Offers Help to 'Duck Dynasty' Cast

If A&E is unable to resolve its dispute with the cast of Duck Dynasty, Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne is prepared to use his influence among Louisiana’s growing motion picture industry to seek out alternative production options.
West Monroe -- If A&E is unable to resolve its dispute with the cast of Duck Dynasty, Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne is prepared to use his influence among Louisiana’s growing motion picture industry to seek out alternative production options.

"Regardless of one's views on Phil Robertson's statements, Duck Dynasty has been an important representation of the state of Louisiana, inspiring prospective visitors and investors since its debut. Their show draws tens of millions of viewers each year, reaching an audience eager to visit Sportsman's Paradise," Lt. Governor Dardenne said. "If the Robertson family cannot come to an agreement with A&E and wants to continue the show, Louisiana already has the infrastructure in place to maintain their record-breaking program.”

A&E suspended patriarch Phil Robertson last week for comments he made to GQ magazine about gays.


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