Bosma: $400M for Roads, $15M for Preschool Program

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Indiana would spend heavily on new road construction and launch a preschool pilot program under a pair of last-minute deals reached between Statehouse Republican leaders. The state would release $400 million in two disbursements of $200 million, with the second pending a review by budget leaders before the 2015 session begins. And the state would rely on $10 million in funding saved in part through budget cuts and $5 million in private donations to launch a preschool program for low-income residents.