Session gave training huge shot in arm

SHEPARD, Randall
June 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;6/3/2013 Supplement, p5B
The article presents the author's views on the legislative session that discusses issues like Medicaid expansion and reducing the income tax in Indiana. He notes that the session reached important decisions on how to shape the education enterprises on which state government spends more than 60 percent of its budget. Meanwhile, he mentions that the General Assembly may have plan for future shifts in how the county goes about producing a workforce ready for the 21st century economy.


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