Indiana Governor-elect Holcomb lays out legislative agenda for first year in office

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Gov.-elect Eric Holcomb held a news conference Thursday to discuss his priorities for the Indiana legislative session.

His policy priorities focus on an honestly balanced budget, keeping Indiana laser-focused on jobs, education and workforce development, attacking the drug epidemic and delivering great government service.

Also during the news conference, Holcomb said they will focus on a 20-year plan to fund roads and bridges and work to raise the pay of Indiana State Police.

Holcomb was joined by Lieutenant Governor-elect Suzanne Crouch, numerous state agency officials and private sector leaders.

He will take over Monday as governor from Vice President-elect Mike Pence.

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