INDIANA (www.incnow.tv) - The Hoosier State continues to be on financial ground.
State revenues for April were $71.3 million more than the most recent projections and $81.4 million above collections for the same month last year.
State officials say that throught the first ten months of the fiscal year, state revenues are $136.8 million ahead of the revenue forecast released last month.
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