Gov. Mike Pence Friday announced his endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, just four days before Indiana’s primary. But, he was quick to add the caveat that he’ll support whoever the Republican nominee is this fall.
Supporters of Democrat John Gregg contributed $1.8 million to his campaign for governor, compared to $1.5 million raised by the Pence campaign in the first quarter of 2016. Without a last-minute donation from the Republican Governors Association, Gregg would have out-raised Pence by a nearly two-to-one margin.
A federal judge will not temporarily halt her ruling on Indiana's refugee resettlement program. The state will have to provide funding to refugee resettlement organizations while the legal battle over money for resettlement continues.
The new law bans women from getting abortions because of fetal genetic defects, and it prohibit abortions from being performed because of a fetus's race, sex or ancestry. Critics of the legislation -- including some Republican lawmakers -- say it goes too far.
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