Gregg Offers Blistering Critique of Legislative Session

Gregg Offers Blistering Critique of Legislative Session

INDIANAPOLIS – Democratic Candidate for Governor John Gregg issued the following statement following tonight’s conclusion of the 2016 Indiana General Assembly:

“This session can be summarized by two words: missed opportunities. The lack of action on updating our civil rights law, on addressing long-term infrastructure needs and on repairing the damage politicians have caused to our public education system is disappointing. Governor Pence had a hand in creating all of these problems and, once again, failed to provide any leadership to resolve them. Indiana taxpayers deserve better.”

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