The Indiana Association of Cities and Towns said this week it would begin lobbying state lawmakers for new municipal taxing authority.

The group, which represents 470 cities and towns across the state, said it wants the Indiana General Assembly to pass a law allowing municipalities to adopt local-option income taxes as well as a food and beverage tax of up to 1%.

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