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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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Pence restores school safety funds following week of student slaughter
“Indiana was one of the first states to establish and fund a statewide program specifically designed with school safety in mind, and these additional funds will help ensure that Hoosier schools have resource officers to provide onsite security and quickly respond to threats. Providing resources to create and maintain protected school campuses for Indiana’s students is critical to the well-being of our state and its citizens. We have no higher priority than to ensure the security of our children and faculty at our schools.”
, restoring $3.5 million to a school safety program and and the Indiana General Assembly cut by 65% earlier this year. It comes after 46 school shootings in the United States so far this year and after students were slaughtered on campuses in Oregon and Arizona this past week. Democratic Chairman
reacted, saying “For the Pence Administration to say earlier this year that certain aspects of the program were no longer necessary, then decide they are, shows the governor’s ideology got in the way of sound decision-making that impacts thousands of Hoosier children.”
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