INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence wants to know which state regulations Hoosiers and Indiana companies believe are too onerous and should be deleted.
New Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has hit the ground running, addressing key economic development issues on his first day in office. That's a good start.
With all the red tape and red ink in Washington, D.C., the nation needs a fiscal conservative in the Oval Office. Between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney, it's obvious which candidate best fits that description.
PLAINFIELD, Ind. | An Indiana Congressman and the state Chamber of Commerce want Hoosier business leaders to tell them if government rules are preventing their companies from growing.
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