Indiana needs to take some risk in economic development
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Sequestration gives me time for more things with limited use. Recently, I’ve been developing a comprehensive spreadsheet of Indiana regions.
We open with a report from the cheery folks at the Tax Foundation who discovered, in the depths of data from the Bureau of the Census, federal aid was 38 percent of Indiana’s total state general revenue in FY 2017 (the most recent year of data available). The national figure was a mere 23 percent. Indiana ranks tenth highest among the 50 states in reliance on federal funding.
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Lieutenant governor candidates Democrat Christina Hale and Republican Suzanne Crouch took questions about agriculture and the economy at the Indiana State Fair.
Work is the key to economic self-sufficiency, but simply having a job is not enough; Hoosier families and communities need quality jobs that pay well enough to meet a family
’s most basic needs, such as childcare, housing, food and transportation.
Growth is more of what we have. Economic development is an increase in our choices.