INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will seek to
expand the nation's broadest school voucher program to disadvantaged
preschool-age children and increase access to charter schools in his
second year as governor.
Pence also says he plans to seek new money for roads and push for a series
of economic measures, including eliminating the personal property tax for
businesses and altering regulations to attract more companies to the
Pence outlined his agenda Thursday at a legislative conference organized
by the Indianapolis law firm Bingham Greenbaum Doll. He has said
previously that he plans to spend his second session with the General
Assembly pushing for a range of issues broadly focused on improving
Pence had moderate success pushing through his initiatives during his
first legislative session this year.