CHICAGO — One day after taking office, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence unveiled a $29 billion two-year budget plan that features a nearly $800 million income-tax cut and taps $300 million of surplus dollars for a new infrastructure fund.

"Gov. Pence's budget is a jobs bill that focuses on fiscal discipline, providing permanent tax relief for Hoosier workers, small businesses and family farms, and funding our priorities," newly hired state Budget Director Chris Atkins told the State Budget Committee Wednesday.

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