GREGG: INDIANA STILL NEEDS FOUR WORDS AND A COMMA

GREGG: INDIANA STILL NEEDS FOUR WORDS AND A COMMA

INDIANAPOLIS – Today John Gregg, Democratic candidate for governor, released the following statement in reaction to Governor Mike Pence and Statehouse Republicans ending debate on expanding Indiana’s civil rights statute (Senate Bill 344):

“Never has the intolerance of so few, hurt the reputation of so many. The failure of Governor Pence to provide any leadership to address the crisis he created is inexcusable. Until we update Indiana’s civil rights statute our economy and reputation will continue to suffer. I remain committed to adding four words and a comma to our civil rights code so, together, all Hoosiers can move forward.”

A native of Sandborn, John Gregg has worked throughout the public and private sector. He served as President of Vincennes University, Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, worked for two Fortune 500 companies and is a practicing attorney today. A father of two, he holds an associate’s degree from Vincennes University, a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, a master’s degree from Indiana State University and a law degree from Indiana University.

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