INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A special session of the Indiana Legislature will begin July 6 to take up the governor’s proposal for sending out $225 payments to all taxpayers from the state’s growing budget surplus.
The Republican-dominated Legislature, however, isn’t limited to the refund issue under the proclamation signed Wednesday by GOP Gov. Eric Holcomb. It could take action toward additional abortion restrictions depending on how the U.S. Supreme Court rules in a case that could end the nationwide right to abortion.
Indiana governor sets special session on tax refund plan