Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says he’ll seek to conclude the upcoming special session in a single day.
Bosma says legislators will limit the agenda to “critical” issues where they’d agreed on what to do, but ran out of time to vote before a midnight deadline on March 14th.
Governor Holcomb has asked legislators to confine themselves to increased school safety funding, an emergency loan for Muncie Schools, and adjustments to Indiana’s tax code to bring it in line with federal tax changes.
Bosma says there’s no reason that should take more than a day.
Even a one-day special session will cost the state 30-thousand dollars.