INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Republican-controlled Senate has approved a proposal to put limits on property tax bills into the Indiana constitution.
The proposal passed on a 34-16 vote and now moves to the
Democrat-controlled House. If the measure clears both chambers this
year or next, voters would decide in 2010 whether to amend the caps
into the constitution.
Democratic House Speaker Patrick Bauer of South Bend has
suggested lawmakers wait until next year to consider the resolution
so they know more about the financial hit local governments may take from the caps.
When the caps are fully phased in, property tax bills on homeowners would be limited to 1 percent of their homes' values,
with 2 percent limits for rental property and 3 percent caps on business property.
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