On the Record: Donnelly on new Congress, HIP 2.0, Just IN

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WASHINGTON DC (Jan. 30, 2015) - Senator Joe Donnelly, D-IN, says he feels the new Congress can work together, and he's happy to see Indiana's governor reaching a deal to expand health care coverage in the Hoosier State.

Donnelly spoke with FOX59 in this week's edition of 'On the Record' to discuss those issues and the controversy over Gov. Mike Pence's 'Just IN' website.

You can see our entire interview with Donnelly in the video above.

And in the video below, Gov. Pence explains why he scrapped plans for the state-run news website after controversy arose this past week.

“I am writing to inform you that I have made a decision to terminate development of the JustIN website immediately,” he wrote in a memo Thursday sent to all state agency heads.

Pence wrote that the website was “well intentioned” but said he made the decision to kill it after reviewing the plan and hearing concerns about the idea for a “state-run news agency.”

PDF | Read Governor Pence’s Memo on JustIN



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