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State takes action against Lafayette business

LAFAYETTE,Ind. (WISH) – The State of Indiana is seeking to close a business in Lafayette over unpaid taxes.

According to the Office of the Indiana Attorney General, TLC Home Healthcare in Lafayette owes more than $123,000 in unpaid taxes.

The State of Indiana has filed a temporary restraining order against the business.

The motion forces the business to not take on any new customers or accounts before an April 6 hearing.  At the planned hearing in April, the state will be seeking to make the temporary restraining order permanent and force the business to close within 90 days.

The 90 day time period is to allow the business to finish up operations and have current customers make other arrangements.

Reportedly, the business failed to pay the tax bill even after receiving 69 tax warrants between October 2005 and September 2014.