"Potentially it puts Indiana in a California bankruptcy situation in the future and it doesn't allow our legislators to be budget conscious," said Don Villwock of the Indiana Farm Bureau.
"I am excited about property tax caps because they will provide more certainty for homeowners and for businesses," argued Sen. Brandt Hershman, (R) Lafayette, Majority Whip. "We would be the only state in the nation that has any sort of tax caps for business and for agriculture."
Senator Hershman expects the constitutional resolution to pass the Indiana State Senate this week or early next week. Then the House would have to approve the same resolution word for word before it goes to a public vote