CHICAGO — The Indiana House yesterday approved Gov. Mitch Daniels’ massive property tax reform proposal after inserting a number of Democrat-sponsored amendments into the bill, including one that dramatically weakens the Republican governor’s requirement of a voter referendum for borrowing plans.

The legislation now moves to the Senate, which this week approved a number of smaller bills that encompass similar reform proposals — including a pair of bills that restrict how bonds can be structured and refunded.

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