CHICAGO - One month after Indiana lawmakers adjourned amid a budget impasse, Gov. Mitch Daniels is calling them back to work for a special session beginning Monday on a new two-year state budget that reflects a $1 billion drop in anticipated revenues.

Daniels outlined his plan to address the $1 billion deficit in a speech televised Monday evening, and on Tuesday he appeared before the legislature's special budget subcommittee to make his formal presentation and announce the special session.

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