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Raises for Top Indiana Officeholders Lacked Public Debate 

Indiana News Service 
May 4, 2023

The Republican-controlled Indiana General Assembly flexed its muscle while approving the state’s next budget.

Tucked away in the $45.5 billion two-year spending plan are big raises for Indiana’s top elected officials. Gov. Eric Holcomb’s successor in 2025 will receive nearly a 50% increase, making nearly $200,000.

Stephanie Wells, president of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, said she understands there are a fair amount of 11th-hour negotiations when lawmakers are voting on the next budget.

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Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute Names Stephanie Wells as New President

EIN Presswire | November 7, 2022
The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute (IFPI) has named Stephanie Wells as President. Wells brings more than 20 years of experience in economic development, workforce development, public affairs, research, and policymaking to the job. 

The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute is a not-for-profit governmental research organization focused on the impact of taxing policies and spending practices in Indiana.

“We are pleased to have Stephanie taking the reins at the IFPI,” said Andy Miller, Managing Principal at Bose Public Affairs Group and Chair of the IFPI’s Board of Directors. “Her background in state government along with her research and analysis expertise will be a significant asset to the Institute.”

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