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Mike Pence's Public Statements on Issue: Transportation

Office: Governor (IN), Republican
Date Title
Issue Position: Transportation
July 25, 2014 Governor Pence Statement Regarding Crash on Governors' Motorcycle Ride
July 10, 2014 Governor Pence Receives Recommendations from Blue Ribbon Panel on Transportation Infrastructure
April 3, 2014 Governor Pence Launches 'Major Moves 2020' Construction
March 27, 2014 Governor Pence Signs $400 Million Road Funding Bill That Will Put Hoosiers to Work
March 26, 2014 Governor Pence Signs Mass Transit Bill
Sept. 11, 2013 Governor Pence Meets with Subaru Leadership; Plants Symbolic Tree
June 24, 2013 Gov. Quinn and Indiana Gov. Pence Open Business Development Forum for Illiana Expressway
Aug. 14, 2012 Mike's Latest Policy Proposal: Promote Hoosier Solutions to Hoosier Problems
June 29, 2012 Pence Supports Highway Bill
Jan. 31, 2012 Coats, Lugar, Visclosky, Pence Respond to Asian Carp Study
June 14, 2011 Letter to Ray LaHood, Secretary of the Department of Transportation - Revisions of Provisions Released by the Federal Highway Administration
Feb. 17, 2011 Moment of Silence in Remembrance of Members of Armed Forces and Their Families
July 29, 2010 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2011
March 17, 2010 Pence: So-called Jobs Bill Is The "Latest Deficit Spending Bill"
June 21, 2009 The Starpress - Earmark Process is Out of Control
May 22, 2009 Letter to Barack Obama, President Of The United States - Auto Task Force
Dec. 18, 2008 Pence Tells New Castle Newspaper That American Automakes Can Succeed With Reorginization
Aug. 11, 2008 Pence Returns to Us Capitol for Second Week of Gas Price Protest
March 9, 2007 Pence Hails TS Tech Decision to Build Assembly Plant in New Castle
Feb. 8, 2007 Advanced Fuels Infrastructure Research and Development Act
July 7, 2004 Pence Pays Tribute to Muncie Good Samaritans
July 7, 2004 Todd Buchanan
Jan. 1, 2012 Issue Position: Transportation
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