CHICAGO — Indiana would be allowed to privatize two of the state’s largest proposed infrastructure projects under a measure on its way to Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels’ desk.

The Democratic-controlled House and Republican-controlled Senate last week passed a bill allowing the state to enter into public-private partnerships to finance construction and operation of a proposed $1 billion toll road between Indiana and Illinois and a $4.1 billion joint project with Kentucky to build a pair of bridges across the Ohio River.

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