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Pence Set to Outline 2015 Legislative Agenda

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is preparing to unveil the first look at his 2015 legislative agenda.

Pence is scheduled to outline his goals Thursday at the Bingham Greenebaum Doll Legislative Conference in Indianapolis. His talk comes as he and his supporters are increasingly floating his name for a White House run in 2016.

The Republican governor has been apprehensive about providing details or pushing for specific legislation during his first two years in office. Instead he has typically talked about broad ideas and asked lawmakers to fill in the details.

The approach has yielded mixed results despite the overwhelming number of Republicans in Indiana's House and Senate. His proposed tax cuts have been watered down, as was a pre-school plan.

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