Q&A with Gov. Holcomb: On the futures of Tippecanoe Co. water, Mitch Daniels and Purdue’s No. 1 basketball team
Holcomb on his hopes for Mitch Daniels’ next chapter, valuable car time with new Purdue President Mung Chiang, odds on what’s next for Indiana’s new abortion law and his legislative priorities
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Here’s how an end-of-the-year, one-on-one interview went Thursday at the Statehouse, where Gov. Eric Holcomb talked about the prospects of Tippecanoe County water being shipped to a massive development near Lebanon; his hopes for the outgoing president of Purdue (Mitch Daniels) and the incoming president (Mung Chiang); Indiana’s new abortion law tangled in the courts; and a fresh No. 1 ranking for Purdue men’s basketball.
For a second consecutive year, that’s where we started.
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