Thursday, April 9, 2009

Indiana Barrister Weighs In on CIB Conundrum

"A plan to use of combination of user fees and taxes to close the Capital Improvement Board’s $47 million operational deficit may have come to a halt even before it had a chance to really get out of the gate," writes Abdul Hakim-Shabazz in a blog posting today.

"Republican State Senator Luke Kenley tells me reaction to the plan unveiled last week has been very negative. He says the public doesn’t want to pay more taxes in the economy, there is a growing resentment towards the owners of the Colts and the Pacers and none of the stakeholders are crazy about ponying up more cash."

There's more here.

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