LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Indiana's new state budget could include a personal income tax cut, but it's not certain whether it will be as large as Governor Mike Pence would wish.

That's according to Indiana legislative leaders.  Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma says the Senate and the governor's office are still negotiating on the size of the cut.

The governor wants to see a 10 percent cut.  The Senate has backed a three percent cut.  The House did not include an income tax cut in the budget plan it approved back in February.

The legislative session is expected to end Friday.

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