State revenue numbers are good

It appears revenue will be on the plus side for state government when the books are closed on the 2013 fiscal year, which ended October 1st. The Senate Fiscal Agency, in a preliminary report, says General Fund and School Aid Fund combined revenue for the state is 434- (m) million dollars above the May 2013 revenue estimating conference numbers. The report also projects that the state’s economy could grow 3 percent in 2014. The fiscal agency report also increased it’s revenue prediction for the current fiscal year by 328- (m) million dollars and next fiscal year by 514- (m) million dollars.  (MRN)

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