The age-old struggle over who pays taxes to support government is playing out in a legislative study committee before the 2015 General Assembly convenes, with Gov. Mike Pence saying he wants to simplify and cut taxes. The charts
here show that less of the burden falls on businesses in Indiana than in most states.
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