Governor Mike Pence calls the former governor a courageous adventurer who inspired generations of Hoosiers.
The road funding debate has led to a strange dynamic, with Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democrats pushing back against a House GOP plan to raise taxes.
Gov. Pence this week made as many headlines for what he didn’t say as what he did say. And major parts of Pence’s agenda advanced with no resistance.
Four issues have dominated the 2016 legislative session; Gov. Mike Pence (R) addressed all four during his State of the State Address.
At his State of the State address, Gov. Pence said he would not support any legislation restricting Hoosiers' rights to religious freedom.
A Senate committee unanimously advanced Pence’s proposal, while another Senate committee unanimously approved a bill supported by Pence.
GOP lawmakers are pushing a bill that would use some extra tax amnesty revenue for the third region.
The Republican incumbent raised about $3.5 million dollars in the last six months, nearly as much as Gregg raised in all of 2015.
These are the stories that kept Hoosiers talking in 2015.
The top job at Ivy Tech is open and Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann has emerged as a candidate.