The $31.7 billion plan includes a modest funding increase for K-12 education and an additional $10 million for the state preschool pilot program for needy kids.
The new state tax revenue projection says Indiana will take in about $213 million less than a December forecast predicted.
The rising budget is largely due to a new expansion of its Lake Monroe Water Treatment plant.
The concerns of those who attended the town hall meeting at an Indianapolis Baptist church ranged from confusion over Medicare’s various plans and policies.
Students will gather at the statehouse today, calling on legislators to protect funding for financial aid.
The state of Indiana is once again changing the way it calculates its economic forecasts.
Governor Daniels' proposed budget flatlines almost all spending and cuts money to schools and higher education.