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Indiana GOP governor hopeful breaks with Pence on refugees

In Indiana, damage to the state's reputation under Pence has emerged as a potent campaign issue that Democratic candidate for governor, John Gregg, hopes to capitalize on. Pence's tenure was punctuated by his steadfast support for conservative social issues that at times drew unwanted attention to the state, most notably when a religious objections law he signed provoke national backlash from critics who said it could sanction discrimination against gay people.
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