Indiana’s Plans For Crafting A State Budget Without A Tax Increase

By Scott Sarvay

January 7, 2011 Updated Jan 7, 2011 at 7:08 PM EDT

INDIANA (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Governor Daniels is expected to address the state's new two-year budget, a chore left-up to state lawmakers during the legislative session.

Indiana Senate President, Pro-Tem David Long, who is appearing on this week's "Inside Indiana Business”, says, “With state revenue coming-in under forecast. It will be 2013 before the state will reach revenue-levels of 2005, which is when the state was in pretty-good shape, financially.”

You can watch the full interview Sunday at 11 am on 21Alive.




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