Pence pitching tax cut, jobs in northern Ind.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mike Pence is continuing his tax cut push on a tour of northern Indiana.

Pence will speak to the Economic Club of Michiana and later visit the Culver Duck Farm Thursday. The governor also plans to announce the addition of new jobs during a stop in Middlebury.

Pence said Wednesday he was making his "closing argument" for a 10 percent cut in the personal income tax. State lawmakers are nearing the conclusion of their 2013 legislative session and expect to approve a budget with some new tax cuts.

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