Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels earlier this week warned lawmakers they may need to cut $1 billion from the budget when he calls them back to work in a special session following news that April revenue shows a $255 million shortfall.

Legislators adjourned last week after failing to pass a new budget. Daniels has not said when he will call a special session and says he wants revised revenue projections for this year and the next budget cycle before lawmakers return.

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