Leaders of a state committee reviewing how to pay for future Indiana road improvements say they might work on its proposal during private meetings.
Such closed-door sessions are unusual for study committees established by the Legislature, but task force co-chairman Sen. Luke Kenley says he wants all panel members to talk freely about possible options.
The (Fort Wayne) Journal Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/2ba7ZpR ) funding options include raising gasoline taxes and charging tolls on existing or new highways.
Kenley says any committee proposal would still need to gain approval from lawmakers. The panel faces a Dec. 1 deadline.
The Legislature this year approved...