Indiana's Fruitless Budget Session May Mean More Cuts
- Now for the bill. Colwell, Jack // Indianapolis Business Journal;1/16/95, Vol. 15 Issue 43, Forefront p8B
Suggests how the Indiana General Assembly can spend the budget surplus. Trimming auto excise taxes; Educating children; Medicaid; Capital improvements; Subsidies to universities; Disagreement on spending priorities despite Republican control of the legislature.
- Governor's tax proposal could use a tweak. // Indianapolis Business Journal;01/04/99, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p12
Editorial. Comments on Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon's tax proposal. Need for tax reform; Legislators' need to use the governor's proposals as a starting point for creating a more comprehensive tax-relief package; Need to shift welfare costs from local governments to the state.
- Lower and Lower. Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;11/7/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31260, p33
Reports that governor Frank O'Bannon of Indiana has ordered additional budget cuts on November 4, 2001 to Family and Social Services Administration for the health care program for the poor, Medicad. Reason for the imposed cuts; Revenue fall in the fist four months of fiscal year 2002; Effect of...
- Temporary quarters just fine with O'Bannons. Maurer, Katie // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/25/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p6B
Reports on the temporary home of Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon at the Fort Benjamin Harrison National Historic District. Renovation of the home of the governor; Plan of wife while in residence at Harrison House; Renovation of the interiors.
- Gov. O'Bannon's death roils state government. Ketzenberger, John // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/29/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p10
Presents an obituary for Indianapolis governor Frank O'Bannon.
- A state budget remedy. Marcus, Morton J. // Indiana Business Magazine;Dec2002, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p56
Focuses on the effects of the 1996 auto excise tax cut on the state budget in Indiana. Reduction of total tax collection; Lack of revenue for government services; Increase costs of cars to cover expenses of the states.
- Budget tax overhaul will dominate debate. Feigenbaum, Ed // Indianapolis Business Journal;1/7/2002, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p14A
Focuses on the restructuring of the budget tax by the legislative leaders in Indiana. Performance of the economy of the state; Proposal of the governor to eliminate the inventory tax; Need for tax increases by the state.
- Bonding at the Crossroads, While Looking to 'Energize Indiana'. Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;3/3/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31584, MID WEST p40
Reports on fiscal and economic conditions of Indiana as of March 3, 2003. Amount of bonds issued in 2002; State's ratings by various credit rating companies; Variation in the state's revenue during 1998-2001.
- Legislators should save the C-note. // Indianapolis Business Journal;01/26/98, Vol. 18 Issue 46, p12
Editorial. Discusses options for the Indiana state government spending of a windfall from tax revenue. Tax breaks; Road and bridge construction; State museum construction; Payment of unfunded pension liabilities; Education technology spending.