Governor Mike Pence meets with new cabinet Wednesday

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Governor Mike Pence met with his cabinet Wednesday and told them to take 30 days and come up with a plan that will improve the state.

It was the first time the new cabinet officially met. They talked about the new governor’s vision for the weeks, months and years to come.

Pence told the agency heads he wanted to hear their plans.

“I spoke to all our agency heads today about taking the opportunity over the next 30 days to develop what we’re calling good to great plans in every agency of this administration,” said Pence.

Pence was sworn in on Monday. Since then he’s rolled out his budget vision for the next two years and signed 15 executive orders.

1 Comment

  • kxd

    Pence has a vision! To make Indiana the Mississippi of the Midwest! I won't be surprised by anything this regressionist tries to pull. Daniels will look like Karl Marx compared to this guy.

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