(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Indiana lawmakers have reached a tentative deal on a new state budget, just hours before the current legislative session is to end today.
Included in the legislation is a plan to give taxpayers a refund whenever the state has more revenues coming in than projected.
Governor Daniels had been pushing for that with some resistance coming from Republicans in the Senate.
The budget would take effect July 1 if approved by the General Assembly and Governor Daniels.