Indiana House Republicans advance a $30 billion budget that trades Governor Mike Pence's priority tax cut for more spending on roads and schools. The House Ways and Means Committee votes 16-7 along party lines to advance the budget. The House plan spends roughly $200 million more on education than what was in Pence's plan. It also funnels $500 million to the state's transportation fund by no longer diverting the gas tax to the state police, bureau of motor vehicles, and elsewhere. The proposal now moves to the House, where Democrats hope to force a vote on Pence's tax cut.