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Gov. Pence statement on school voucher ruling

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Governor Mike Pence issued the following statement regarding the Indiana Supreme Court's decision on school choice Tuesday morning.

"I welcome the Indiana Supreme Court's decision to uphold Indiana's school choice program. I have long believed that parents should be able to choose where their children go to school, regardless of their income. Now that the Indiana Supreme Court has unanimously upheld this important program, we must continue to find ways to expand educational opportunities for all Indiana families."

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