DOR: $26.1M revenue shortfall in April

PROVIDENCE - The Rhode Island Department of Revenue issued an analysis of the state’s fiscal performance in April. Rhode Island netted $342.15 million in the month, about $26.06 million less than expected, a variance of minus 7.1 percent to what the DOR predicted in November. DOR said that April’s financial shortcomings could be attributed to…

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