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Mike Pence is a rising star of Republicans, and has been for years. He became governor of Indiana last year with his conservative bona fides in order.
Evansville Courier & Press. May 19, 2014.
The health insurance expansion Gov. Mike Pence is touting relies on federal Medicaid money and meets federal Medicaid requirements, but the Republican governor insists it's not Medicaid.
As Gov. Mike Pence continues building his national profile with out-of-state travel and announcements of major policies, such as his proposal to expand Medicaid using a state-run alternative, he is relying on a campaign-style speech that hits a few key bragging points.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence unveiled a plan Thursday to extend health coverage to about 350,000 lower-income residents, a play on Obamacare's Medicaid expansion that should be more palatable to conservatives.
Low-income Indiana residents would have more health-insurance options, including some with no cost, under a two-tiered plan Gov. Mike Pence plans to unveil on Thursday.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said he's been fielding a lot of advice and suggestions about a presidential run in 2016, and he's mulling it over — he just may make a play for it, he said.
Gov. Mike Pence says the deaths of two highway construction workers is a tragic reminder of how important it is for motorists to slow down in highway work zones.
Gov. Mike Pence says the Indiana Department of Health is working to track the first case of an American infected with a mysterious Middle East virus who was admitted to a northwest Indiana hospital.