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Gov. Pence Cuts Taxes
Gov. Mike Pence talks to the press after making an appeal for a 10% income tax cut to the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce in April 2013. Pence compromised with legislative Republican leaders for a 5% income tax cut, along with an expedited repeal of the state's inheritance tax, and cuts to corporate and financial institution taxes. Pence hailed it as the largest tax cut in Indiana history and intends to match a pitch for jobs in the Midwest's lowest taxed state. Gov. Pence inherited an 8% jobless rate and after six months in office, it had increased to 8.4%.
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ACLU sues Gov. Pence over Syrian refugee ban
"There is no border around the state of Indiana that prevents people from entering our state who may move freely within the United States. Decisions concerning immigration and refugee resettlement are exclusively the province of the federal government, and attempts to pre-empt that authority violate both equal protection and civil rights laws and intrude on authority that is exclusively federal."
- Indiana ACLU attorney
in announcing a lawsuit over Gov.
ban of Syrian refugees. The Pence administration has been unable to provide statutory authority to HPI for the suspension of refugees. "He does not have the power to pick and choose between which lawfully admitted refugees he is willing to accept," said
deputy legal director of the ACLU's immigrants' rights project. "Singling out Syrian refugees for exclusion from Indiana is not only ethically wrong, it is unconstitutional. Period."
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