CHICAGO — Local governments in Indiana should brace for larger-than-expected revenue losses next year under the state’s sweeping new property tax law, lawmakers and fiscal officials are warning.

Municipalities face a one-two punch next year, taking a hit from the new property tax caps as well as from collections and assessments that are expected to be down due to a weak economy.

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