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Revenues boosted by strong October (access required)

Despite a slump in the housing market and tempered expectations, state revenues were significantly higher than expected in October, bringing the surplus to nearly $100 million after the first four months of the fiscal year. For the month of October, revenues were $88.2 million above projections. Income taxes led the charge, as revenues bested expectations by ...

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