As Republicans and Democrats argue about the state of Indiana's roads and bridges, a nonpartisan report card is supplying ammo to both sides.
The American Society of Civil Engineers issues a 50-state report card every four years. The last one, from 2013, showed one in six major roads in Indiana in poor condition, the 18th-worst percentage in the country.
The 10-percent of bridges rated structurally deficient is the 22nd-worst.
However, the report card was issued two years ago and is based on data from three years before that.