Indiana Gov. Kernan's Pick for Lieutenant Called Plus for Economic Development

Carvlin, Elizabeth
October 2003
Bond Buyer;10/10/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31738, p4
Trade Publication
Announces the appointment of Katherine Davis as lieutenant governor by Joe Kernan, governor of Indiana. Implication of Kernan's choice for Davis for economic development of the state; Support gained by Davis from the General Assembly; Job description of Davis' post; Career background; Details of her working experience.


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