The late Harrison Ullman (editor of NUVO) used to refer to Indiana lawmakers as "the country's worst state legislature".
Their expected decisions regarding the Capital Improvements Board and its sweetheart deals with the Pacers and the Colts just add to that conclusion.
As Advance Indiana reports, "In the end, nobody but the taxpaying public pays for poor financial planning by a CIB leadership that is hell-bent on putting as much of your money in the pockets of the billionaire sports team owners as possible no matter what the cost. No lessons are learned. Nothing changes."
This Indianapolis Observer remains appalled.