'I'm Cajun...and Proud' - KLFY News 10

'I'm Cajun...and Proud'

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You'll soon be seeing cars with a license plate reading, "I'm Cajun and Proud." It's the latest specialty license plate to be revealed Tuesday and by sporting one on your car you also help support the French immersion program.

House Bill 147 created the specialty plates and was passed by the Louisiana Legislature this past summer. Breaux Bridge State Representative Mike Huval, who sponsored the bill, says by purchasing the plate, you're supporting our region's French culture and heritage.

Huval goes on to say that the annual fee for the specialty plates is $15.00, with $11.50 of that going towards French Immersion Programs.

Below is a list of DMV offices that carry the "I'm Cajun…And Proud" plates:

Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, Opelousas, New Iberia, Crowley, Marksville,New Roads, Jennings, Abbeville, Thibodaux, Houma, Port Allen, Golden Meadow, Ville Platte, Napoleonville, Plaquemine, Morgan City,OMV HQ

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