A Senate committee has scaled back a proposed expansion of Indiana's private-school voucher program, and gutted a pilot program to send low-income students to preschool. The committee voted to increase the maximum voucher by 200 dollars instead of a thousand. And it rejected an expansion of eligibility to students in their first year of school. Senator Luke Kenley notes vouchers represent a student's share of public-school funding. If a student never starts public school, that's new money -- an estimated eight-million dollars a year. And Kenley says that cost would keep multiplying with every year a student is in school.