Governor To General Assembly: ‘Job Well Done’
Mar 13, 2014 Stacey Page Online

INDIANAPOLIS — On Thursday, the state of Indiana passed new tax cuts, provided the first-ever state funds for quality pre-kindergarten education for low-income children, and invested $400 million in roads and bridges. These achievements, along with measures to improve Indiana’s workforce and offer a tax credit for adoptive parents, top a long list of legislative achievements for Gov. Mike Pence during the 2014 session of the Indiana General Assembly.

Gov. Pence issued the following statement at the close of the 2014 session of the Indiana General Assembly.

“As the 2014 Indiana General Assembly draws to a close, every Hoosier will be glad to know that this session brought real progress on jobs, roads and schools. Efforts to reform taxes, invest in infrastructure and open doors of opportunity to quality pre-K education for disadvantaged kids all prove that a short session need not be short on accomplishments for Hoosiers.

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