The Indiana House has passed a more than $31 billion, two-year budget. The spending plan, which includes more than $400 million in new K-12 education funding, now goes to the Indiana Senate. The budget will be carried in the Senate by Luke Kenley (R-20) and Karen Tallian (D-4).

The proposal includes amendments to Governor Mike Pence's initial plan, which called for a $200 million increase in K-12 funding. The bill would also transfer $200 million each year into the Major Moves 2020 fund for infrastructure projects throughout the state.

You can view the full bill by clicking here and the proposed House GOP amendments by clicking here.

Source: Indiana General Assembly

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