Indiana House lawmakers layout the budget plan, and Governor Mike Pence's 10 percent income tax cut is not in it. They did include boosts in education and transportation spending. K-12 schools would see a two percent bump in aid in 2014 and another one percent in 2015. Colleges would also see extra aid they haven't seen in the last year or two. As far as transportation money, the state would spend an additional $250 million a year on roads and bridges.