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Last updated on Wednesday, March 4, 2009
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Bedford Republican State Senator Brent Steele is taking a break from this year’s session of the General Assembly, and is taking some of that time to make his stance known on some issues before the statehouse.
Steele's biggest point is he believes the state should stick to its standard practice of passing a two-year budget instead of following with a democratic proposal to pass a one-year budget, and reexamine where the state and the economy are then.
Steele says his support of a two-year budget revolves around a perceived predictability it would provide state agencies, despite the fact that the economy is behaving, presently, in a very unpredictable way.
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