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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, McCorkle cite RFRA 'fix' for Salesforce expansion
"The reason Indiana's economy has the momentum that we have is because we set aside all of our differences when it comes to jobs for Hoosiers. Tech is on the move in Central Indiana. Today’s announcement is such a capstone to that and I couldn’t be more excited.”
on the announcement that Salesforce is adding 800 high tech jobs in the Indianapolis market. Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO
cited the Religious Freedom Restoration Act “fix” passed in April 2015 after the national firestorm over the original law as paving the way for the Indiana expansion. The Salesforce announcement came after Pence’s reelection campaign and that of Democrat
launched TV ads focusing on job issues.
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1st Pence reelection 'Wake Up' TV ad
The reelection campaign of Gov. Mike Pence released his first TV ad.
Gregg begins INGov TV ad campaign
Democrat John Gregg begins his TV ad campaign and plans to stay on the air through November.
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