Governor Eric Holcomb Discusses His Vision for Indiana with Lakeshore Public Radio

May 2, 2017

Governor Eric Holcomb talks with State Representative Ed Soliday at the ceremonial ground breaking for the I-65 extension on April 28th.
Credit Sharon Jackson / Lakeshore Public Radio

LOWELL - Governor Eric Holcomb is looking toward what we, collectively as a state, want Indiana to be in five to 20 years.  He spoke of the accomplishments of the 2017 Indiana Legislative session with Lakeshore Public Radio's Sharon Jackson and what he thinks will help get the state to where it needs to be.  

The Governor said the state needs to address the drug epidemic that's sweeping across the entire country.  

Holcomb is also looking toward protecting some important recognition that Indiana had recently received the top ranking for state government effectiveness.

Virginia, Utah, North Carolina and Wisconsin took the number two through number five spots on the U.S. News and World Report state government ranking.