(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Monday marks just one week to go until the 2013 Indiana legislative session must wrap up.
Lawmakers must still settle on a two-year state budget. However, the battle continues over a personal income tax cut between Republican Governor Mike Pence, who wants it, and GOP statehouse leaders, who say the state cannot afford it.
Other bills still being hashed out include funding for improvements at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, an expansion of gambling and changes to the state's school voucher program.
Experts also expect some unrelated legislation which has struggled in the past four months to be attached to the budget bill. State Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) said the session could wrap up by the end of this week.
Lawmakers must complete their business by the end of the session on Monday, April 29.