Dardenne speaks to Cenla Chamber: 'I don't come here with great news'

Updated: 02/04/2016 - On Thursday, Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne visited Louisiana College to talk to the Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce, where he spoke on the state budget. Dardenne said his message on this day is not one of good news as he tackled the ins and outs of the state budget deficit.
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