Indiana Governor Mike Pence gave his first major gubernatorial address on Tuesday, delivering his State of the State speech to a joint session of the Indiana General Assembly. In what was expected to be a major policy announcement, the governor again remained light on specifics when it came to his legislative agenda.
Several Indiana Senate Democrats have released the following statements in response to Governor Pence’s State of the State address.
SEN. LANANE: “I thought there were some things in there I could agree with him upon, certainly in terms of his proposals with assisting veterans. Our caucus…”
SEN. LANANE: “He tried to make the case for his ten percent tax reduction. I’m not sure that he actually did that…”
SEN. LANANE: “Again, I thought that his overall speech was a good speech…”
SEN. BREAUX: “I think the election was pretty clear. I think the voters are saying all of this education reform…”
SEN. ARNOLD: “My main concern about it was when he talks about…”
SEN. TAYLOR: “I thought Gov. Pence left a lot of things to be desired. I really would love to see…”