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IN Focus Exclusive: Gov. Pence praises, defends transportation compromise

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INDIANAPOLIS (March 13, 2016) -- The Indiana General Assembly reached a compromise Thursday night on a roughly $1 billion transportation plan. The short-term solution will maintain state and local roads without raising the gas or cigarette tax, as proposed by House Republicans.

Sunday morning, Gov. Mike Pence answers whether he would ever consider raising the gas tax to fund road projects.

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