Democrat John Gregg wants to implement a Workshare program, meaning businesses can reduce employee hours during an economic downturn, instead of laying off workers. The reduction in pay would be supplemented by the Unemployment Insurance Program. More than 30 other states have implemented a Workshare program. Gregg also wants to eliminate the 21st Century Research and Technology Fund, instead putting the $40 million to help Indiana-based startups. In exchange to receiving the funds, the companies would have to stay in Indiana, or be forced to give up the money theyve received. Republican Eric Holcomb wants to continue the $1 billion entrepreneurship plan, started by current Gov. careerMike Pence. He also wants to grow the Regional Cities Initiative, which gives more than $100 million to cities in north central, northeast and southwest Indiana. Both Holcomb and Gregg support a state-funded pre-K program, something Pence first opposed, then later changed his mind. PREVIOUS | Pence seeks federal pre-K money after first turning it down Holcombs plan focuses on incentivizing workforce training and building skills. Gregg has spent a lot of time on education, and wants to divert money from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation to create grants for life sciences, agribusiness, advanced manufacturing, information technology, and advanced logistics.
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