Voters have a rare chance to change Indiana's constitution this Election Day -- but some groups say it's better left alone.
Columbus’s Fred Armstrong says next month’s property tax cap referendum could hamstring future governments. But one lawmaker says there's no better plan.
Few opposition voices were in attendance at last night's League of Women Voters discussion of Public Question number two.
About 50 supporters rallying for a property tax cap referendum that will appear on the November ballot gathered on the south side of Indianapolis Wednesday.
MCCSC Superintendent J.T. Coopman has begun to take his message of passing the corporation’s ballot referendum to the people who will vote on it in November.
Monroe County Community School Corporation officials disappointed with some suggestions made during the state’s first “State of Education" address.
Almost but not quite for the final push on stipends for MCCSC staff for funding ECA's.
Two public referenda on November's ballot are not -- on their surface -- conflicting, but education experts say they're more closely linked than it appears.
Following acceptance of a referendum by the Monroe County Community School Corporation, homeowners are calculating how much their property taxes might rise.
A referendum approved Tuesday by the Monroe County School Corporation Board of Trustees would raise property taxes about $0.14 per every $100 in home value.