Column: Indiana’s lawmakers neglecting financial issues


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From what I understand, most Hoosiers are more concerned about the economy than they are about same-sex marriage, alcohol at the State Fair or any of the other inconsequential matters now occupying the General Assembly.

Why is that body moving to lower corporate income taxes and to eliminate the business personal property tax? Do they have evidence this will create jobs or raise wages in Indiana? No; they operate on faith.

They contentedly believe economics as simplified and taught to freshmen, rather than considering the complexities of the real world.

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