INDIANAPOLIS (www.incnow.tv) - The Hoosier State remains on firm financial ground, according to the state's budget agency.
State revenue for December was $22 million above projections, and $24 million compared to the previous years.
Budget officials say the extra cash will serve as a reserve if the U.S. economy significantly weakens in the near future.
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