The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute says property tax caps have cost local governments more than $760 million in potential revenue since they were implemented.
A 2010 study by the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute concluded every county in Indiana could save money by switching to vote centers.
A study shows LOIT funding is helping pay for local government operations in Indiana but likely confusing the taxpayers who contribute to it.
A leading financial group says it expects the state's surplus to be an appetizing target for lawmakers in the coming legislative session.
A prolonged debate over vote centers helped lead to this week’s paper ballot counting snafu in Bloomington.
Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute President John Ketzenburger says he thinks Mitch Daniels has written off future government posts.