An increase in state gas taxes, tolling and a vehicle fee are among many possibilities suggested by a task force to pay for road improvements expected to cost as much as $1.2 billion annually.
Indiana commerce officials are showing support for companies based in the United Kingdom as they face financial and political uncertainty after Brexit—the country’s vote to leave the European Union.
Civil rights, Sunday alcohol sales, sexual misconduct in schools, and improving the roads of the state will all be high-priority topics of discussion in the Indiana Statehouse this summer.
The revenue department has identified approximately $400 million in outstanding liabilities that may be eligible for collection during the tax amnesty period.
Legislation that would prevent the sale of any products containing microbeads in Indiana, is headed to the governor’s office for final approval.