CHICAGO — Indiana has suffered 14 straight months of falling revenues, prompting Gov. Mitch Daniels to again ordered a round of spending cuts — this time targeting higher education and contributions to employees’ deferred compensation accounts.

It’s the fourth time this year that Daniels has ordered cuts to help offset persistently declining revenue. Last month he asked state agencies to postpone all capital projects and cut their budgets by 10%.

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