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March 28, 2013

BRADNER: Daniels’ legacy is politically active

Gov. Pence is finding it’s not easy to follow a popular figure

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INDIANAPOLIS —

Now, Bosma is asking Pence to make a more serious case “that a rather small income tax cut would have a profound positive effect on our state’s economy, as he’s asserted a few times,” the speaker said last week.

As Pence finds his footing in the governor’s office, time will pass and legislative leaders will look for ways to help their own party’s governor secure some political victories. In the meantime, it’s those unmet needs and lingering struggles from his predecessor’s era that will cause the new governor trouble.

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