Economic development officials from across the state presented a plan to the Fiscal Policy Committee that would establish a $100 million regional development tax credit and offer $150 million more for the Regional Cities Initiative.
Tim Brown, 62, a representative since 1994 and chair of the House Ways & Means Committee, also oversees the interim Fiscal Policy Committee, which had been scheduled to meet Thursday. That meeting has been canceled.
Airbnb reported that Indiana renters hosted 175,000 guests in 2017, who collectively earned more than $21 million by making their spaces available to travelers. But some homeowner groups want to ban the practice.