Saturday Statehouse roundup

In case you missed these stories:

- Incoming Gov. Mike Pence is keeping the state’s gaming and ethics chiefs, among others. Here’s the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette’s Niki Kelly (@nkellyatJG) report.

- Freshman state Rep. Justin Moed, D-Indianapolis, has a set of bills that aim to keep people’s cars and their catalytic converters, and also their HVAC units, safe from theft. has a story.

- Julia Carson and James Sidney Hinton are being honored with busts at the Statehouse, and sculptor John Hair has been commissioned to create them, per

- The IEDC reports that Indiana experienced record job growth in 2012.

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