CHICAGO — Indiana voters in November are expected to approve a ballot measure to make the state’s property-tax caps permanent — a move some local officials say could deepen the chill on local government borrowing that’s settled over the state since the caps were enacted in 2008.

Gov. Mitch Daniels last week kicked off a campaign urging Hoosiers to approve the constitutional amendment.

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