Indiana Coffers Fatten

Indiana’s newly approved state budget anticipates the state keeping $2 billion in cash reserves, which Republican leaders maintain keeps the state protected in case of an economic recession. The plan, approved along party lines, projects that the reserves will amount to at least 11.5 percent of state spending. Democrats argue those figures are unnecessarily high and were reached by ignoring important needs.

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