As Indiana lawmakers enter the last few days of the 2022 legislative session, attention is turning to possibility that Hoosiers could see their taxes cut over the next few years.

The Governor has proposed lowering the personal income tax to 2.9 percent over the next seven years, as well eliminating the Utility Receipts Tax (URT)  and the 30% tax floor on Business Personal Property for all new equipment.

House Speaker Todd Huston, who supports tax cuts, thinks they can be cut, while paying down teacher pension liability debt and maintaining a healthy budget surplus.

You can hear Speaker Huston, as well as reaction from Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray and House Democratic Leader Phil GiaQuinta in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.