INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The state has launched a website seeking suggestions on ways existing Indiana regulations could be simplified or eliminated in order to streamline rules for businesses.
Gov. Mike Pence says he hopes Indiana residents will help the Office of Management and Budget find ways to improve the state's regulations, which he says has increased the complexity and expense of Indiana residents' lives. Pence says every dollar not spent on regulatory paperwork by Indiana businesses is a dollar that can be spent putting people to work.
The website to offer suggestions is: www.in.gov/cutredtape .
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