by Amy Keller
Updated 12 months ago
Estimates vary, but lawmakers expect to have at least $1.5 billion more to spend than they did last year, with some estimates going as high as $2 billion. Chief on this year's apportionment agenda are tax cuts--the Legislature is likely to return about half of the new tax revenue to taxpayers--and new spending on education and water/environment.
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