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Sen. Long reacts to Pence's pre-K decision
“I personally support early childhood education and believe it will eventually play a critical role in providing Hoosier kids with the tools and opportunities they need for success in life. The plan approved by the General Assembly this year sought to create a partnership between state government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations. I wasn’t consulted on the governor’s decision and am not personally aware of all of the reasons why he chose not to seek these federal pre-K funds. However, there are certainly many examples where taking federal money has come with onerous and overbearing rules and mandates for the states. I believe the governor is wary of that and wants to ensure this pilot remains an Indiana plan without federal strings attached.”
- Indiana Senate President Pro Tempore
, R-Fort Wayne, reacting to Howey Politics Indiana on Gov.
decision not to apply for $80 million in federal pre-K funds.
Should the Indiana Toll Road revert back to the state since the bankrupt leasor is not living up to maintenance agreements?
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