Gov. Eric Holcomb’s $33.8 billion two-year budget proposal includes extra money for priorities such as the Indiana Department of Child Services and K-12 education, and still has a surplus. The budget, which Office of Management and Budget Director Micah Vincent presented to the State Budget Committee on Thursday morning, includes an additional $286 million per year for DCS, covers increases in Medicaid costs, and hikes K-12 spending by 2 percent each year. The two-year budget covers fiscal year 2020, which begins July 1, and fiscal . . .