Tax cuts among topics discussed at breakfast



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Addressing key issues: State Rep. Bob Cherry (from left), House Speaker Brian Bosma and state Sen. Mike Crider attended the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce legislative breakfast Tuesday. Business representatives and elected officials gathered at Hancock Regional Hospital to discuss education funding, money for road repairs and possible tax cuts, in addition to other concerns.


GREENFIELD — House Speaker Brian Bosma wants some kind of tax cut in the state’s two-year budget, but just how much is still up in the air.

Bosma, R-Indianapolis, spoke at a Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast Tuesday alongside Rep. Bob Cherry, R-Greenfield; and Sen. Mike Crider, R-Greenfield.

The breakfast attracted a crowd of business and elected officials to Hancock Regional Hospital. Education funding, money for crumbling roads and the possible tax cuts were among the topics discussed Tuesday.

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