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April 26, 2013
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Minor revenues flat in projections for Economic Forum

In a prelude to next week’s Economic Forum, that body’s Technical Advisory Committee Thursday projected the state’s so-called “minor revenues” will generate $690 million by the end of this fiscal year and another $981.5 million over the coming two-year budget cycle. The panel of fiscal experts primarily from state and local government agreed current receipts are basically so close to what they projected November 30 that only minor adjustments are needed. Russell Guindon, head economist for the Legislative Counsel Bureau, said collections are projected down about $3 million this fiscal year, up $1.7 million in fiscal 2014 and another $2.4 …

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