INDIANAPOLIS (WDRB) -- Indiana's governor laid out his agenda Tuesday night for his second year in office.
As expected, Mike Pence called for eliminating the business property tax as part of his second-year priorities during the annual State of the State address Tuesday.
He also made a push for providing vouchers to allow low-income parents to send their children to preschool.
Reiterating his support for traditional marriage, Pence says voters should decide the matter "once and for all" in November.
Pence also pointed out how Indiana has become a national leader in job growth during his first year in office, and that one of every eight jobs created in the U-S was in Indiana.
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