The House budget unveiled Friday would restore K-12 education funding above 2010 levels.
The largest group of state workers – around 75 percent – get a three percent raise.
Indiana University approved a residence hall fee increase for the next academic year.
While the number of homes sold went up, the median selling price was down slightly, about $133,000.
The new workers will build a version of the Honda Civic which runs on natural gas.
Chrysler, GM and Ford all showed double-digit growth this month.
The deal is opposed by both Democratic and Republican representatives from Indiana. 3 Hoosier congressmen voted for the bill.
The state’s jobless rate has still dropped roughly two percent in just two years.
The company expects 2011 sales to grow by nearly 30% from $13.2 billion in 2010 to $17 billion.
Treasurer Cathy Smith told the County Council that the higher tax bills are the result of bonds issued by the Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation