Having spent the past decade forecasting the economy, I am accustomed to being wrong about my predictions. So, I ask readers to forgive my gloating a bit when I correctly foretell the future.
I am talking, of course, about the recent school referenda in Indiana. Let me explain.
Since the passage of property tax caps in 2008, I have prophesied a day in which local governments became more adept at their fiscal management and local taxpayers more supportive of higher taxes. The May 2014 elections suggest that day is coming.