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Governor Mike Pence announced today that more than a million dollars in federal grants has been obligated so far to help local and state government and other organizations that provide public services to recover from the January 5-9 winter storm.
2 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Sen, Mike Delph to be lauded for fighting same-sex marriage Opponent says Delph only represents 'his version of families' Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1u7jShP Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, called the news media to a news conference in the Indiana Statehouse Rotunda on Monday, February 17, 2014 to say that he wants to see HJR-3 called back for second reading and the controversial second sentence about civil unions reinserted, or else he will vote "no" on the measure on third reading, which is on the Senate's calendar Monday. Last week, the Senate declined to amend HJR-3 on second reading to reinsert the sentence.
During his visit to the Summit City this afternoon, Governor Mike Pence also stopped by the Boys and Girls Club for a tour. While visiting the kids in each room, the Governor shared words of encouragement with them, as well as listened to stories from the kids and staff about what goes on daily at the boys and girls club.
EPA extends public input time on power plant rules The EPA announced Tuesday it is extending the rule's public comment period to Dec. 1. Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1u4s5TO The Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday it is extending the public comment period 45 days for a proposed rule requiring states to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. The new deadline is Dec. 1. Indiana state officials and other stakeholders have more time to give feedback on the federal government's proposed rule requiring states to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants - a rule that Gov. Mike Pence is trying to stop.
Gov. Mike Pence is one of a handful of possible White House contenders supporting a proposed federal ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Pence wrote a letter to South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham supporting the ban.
One key politician in Indiana has revealed his plans for the 2016 election, while another continues to dodge the question. Meanwhile, Republican Gov. Mike Pence said he woulda wella actually, he didn't say anything about his plans for 2016.
The news comes on the heels of a separate $30 million legal settlement for Hoosiers that overpaid for driver's licenses.
Family members are arriving for funeral service for Merrillville Police Patrolman Nickolaus Schultz, 24, at Radisson Star Plaza in Merrillville. Family members are arriving for funeral service for Merrillville Police Patrolman Nickolaus Schultz, 24, at Radisson Star Plaza in Merrillville.
Governor Mike Pence has declared September as Preparedness Month. Hoosiers are encouraged to become educated and empowered to prepare for and respond to all types of emergencies.
Hundreds of police officers and other mourners have gathered at a northwestern Indiana theater for a slain patrolman's funeral. Gov. Mike Pence is among those at Monday's service for 24-year-old Merrillville Patrolman Nickolaus Schultz.
Most real TEA Partiers know of Mike Pence. The uncompromising champion of lower taxes, smaller government, and earmark reform, Pence served six terms in Congress, including time as chairman of the hard-core conservative Republican Study Group.
When Gov. Mike Pence unveiled his new $9 million government management system, he ran down a list of ways it would make state government work better before ending with the promise that state government will also be more "transparent." But last week's rollout of the new Management and Performance Hub, which Pence vowed will make Indiana the best state in the nation at crunching big data, was plagued with confusion - and a lack of transparency.
When it comes to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan, I wish Governor Pence and Indiana's business community sounded more like the Little Engine That Could than Chicken Little. For those who don't recall childhood fairy tales, the Little Engine volunteered to pull a heavy load up a large hill - a task that larger, stronger engines had refused to try.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 07:08 am
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