Both the House and Senate voted overwhelmingly to override the veto of a bill correcting a tax issue in two Indiana counties.
Governor Pence sent legislators a letter on Monday outlining his plan for cushioning the blow to Jackson and Pulaski counties if the veto stands.
The veto overrides a bill that would retroactively authorize income taxes in Jackson and Pulaski counties.
The full General Assembly will meet this summer to consider overriding one of Governor Mike Pence’s vetoes.
The house speaker and the governor both said they were happy with the 5 percent income tax cut in the final version of the budget.
The bulk of proceeds from criminals' seized assets will continue to go into the common school fund.
The governor vetoed the bill because he believes it would violate the Indiana Constitution.
A Terre Haute city councilman says he thinks Mayor Duke Bennett’s first-ever veto will be overridden at this evening’s council meeting.
The bill would have given movie productions done in Indiana a 15 percent tax credit. Daniels said parts of the bill amounted to "corporate welfare."