In his state of the state speech last week, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels detailed his proposed $28.3 billion two-year budget and said he would postpone a college scholarship plan that was to be financed either through the sale of bonds or leasing the lottery.

Daniels also warned lawmakers not to give in to the temptation to spend the state’s recently rebuilt $1 billion reserve fund despite a tough economy and pushed a plan to make recent property tax caps a part of the state constitution.

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