Pence has previously hinted Hoosiers would know his stance on LGBT civil rights protections early this year.
Pence says his State of the State address gives him a chance to speak directly to Hoosiers.
Gov. Mike Pence says he doesn't expect to announce a position on a civil rights bill for members of the LGBT community until the 2016 legislative session.
The family of four arrived safely in Indianapolis Monday night.
A family of Syrian refugees could be arriving in Indiana soon despite the governor saying he has suspended the resettlement program.
The information comes after Gov. Mike Pence and more than two dozen other governors suspended the resettlement of Syrian refugees in their states.
Governor Pence will have to defend his stance on Syrian refugees in court.
Letters sent to refugee resettlement organizations indicate at least two Syrian families are being impacted by the governor's decision.
A spokesperson for Gov. Pence says the call did not change his position on Syrian refugee resettlement.
We spoke with Sumit Ganguly, Director of Indiana University's Center For American And Global Security, about Gov. Mike Pence's decision.