INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -The Indiana state Senate has approved a bill that would provide about $430 million in one-time funding to local governments for roads improvements.
The bill would provide the money from reserve funds that are set aside when the state distributes shares of income taxes to local governments.
Under the measure, 75 percent of that disbursement would be required to go to roads and infrastructure improvements. The measure is supported by Gov. Mike Pence.