CHICAGO — Indiana is considering increasing its pension contribution levels over the next two years to bolster the funded ratios of state-supported pension plans to past high levels that were considered a top credit strength for the triple-A rated state. 

The move comes as lawmakers are in the midst of crafting a two-year budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013.

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