Gov. Pence Stands Up for Indiana Families

Governor Confirms that Indiana Will Not Begin Work on EPA Carbon Rule

WASHINGTON — In a recent interview, Indiana Governor Mike Pence confirmed that Indiana would remain steadfast in their opposition to EPA’s carbon regulation following the Supreme Court’s stay of the rule.

American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle issued the following statement:

“Governor Pence’s decision is a great sign for Indiana families and businesses. The governor recognizes there is no reason for his state to waste precious time and resources on an increasingly legally dubious regulation, especially one that would increase electricity rates for his citizens. Even EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy acknowledged that nothing is going be implemented while the stay is in place.

“We encourage other governors and state leaders to follow the lead of Governor Pence, as well as Governor Walker of Wisconsin, and protect their citizens by ceasing all efforts to comply with EPA’s regulation.”

AEA recently issued “Stop Work” orders to leaders in every state urging them to cease all efforts to comply with EPA’s unlawful regulation. Find out more about this initiative at

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