Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels last week ordered state agencies to craft a fiscal 2011 budget that spends 15% less than originally planned following a report that revenues are still short of projections.

It’s the third time over the last 12 months that Daniels has ordered cuts due to revenue shortfalls. Last November he ordered agencies to cut their budgets 10%. The state’s fiscal year begins July 1.

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