STATE ECONOMISTS SAY FLORIDA ON PACE FOR $1 BILLION SURPLUS NEXT YEAR
Economists have slightly lowered their forecast of tax dollars flowing into the state but still project lawmakers to be on track to have at least a $1 billion surplus for the next budget.
Members of the Revenue Estimating Conference lowered their outlook --- last made in March --- due in part to changes in revenues such as corporate-income taxes, real-estate taxes and highway-safety fees.
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