Second IPS referendum asking for $315M approved, will be on November ballot

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A second IPS referendum seeking over $300 million over the next eight years has passed and now needs voter approval in November.

In June, the district’s school board voted to approve the capital referendum following a public meeting. Indianapolis Public Schools will ask taxpayers for nearly $52 million via a referendum on the November ballot.

https://cbs4indy.com/2018/07/17/second-ips-referendum-asking-for-315m-approved-will-be-on-november-ballot/

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