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Arizona's general fund back in black (access required)

Arizona Treasurer Dean Martin said the state general fund has repaid short-term loans taken out to cover day-to-day spending, but warned that the state may have to borrow again in the near future if federal stimulus funds aren't received soon.The general fund has a positive balance again after 12 days in the red. Martin said ...

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