Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and state Republican lawmakers have reached an agreement when it comes to the state’s budget.

The agreement includes spending $1.9 billion on K-12 education over the biennium. That number includes $600 million recommended by the Governor’s Teacher Pay Commission.

It also expands the school voucher program as well as Education Savings Accounts.

It also reduces $1 billion in debt.

The budget also restores funding that was cut for mental health programs and includes a tax on electronic cigarettes. 

It also provides $250 million for rural broadband expansion.

You can download a summary of the budget here.

You can hear Governor Holcomb and the GOP legislative leaders in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.  It runs for under an hour.