CHICAGO — Indiana legislators last week passed a $28 billion two-year general fund budget and several bond-related bills but failed to pass a controversial measure allowing fiscally distressed municipalities to file for bankruptcy.

The House and Senate both passed versions of HB 105, which would have carved a path for a state-controlled emergency financial takeover of fiscally strained local governments, including school districts.

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