Revenue projections continue free fall

STATE LAWMAKERS ARE FACING a combined state budget shortfall of roughly $200 million over the next year, the Revenue and Caseload Estimating Conference found. /
STATE LAWMAKERS ARE FACING a combined state budget shortfall of roughly $200 million over the next year, the Revenue and Caseload Estimating Conference found. /
PROVIDENCE – State budget officials are projecting that Rhode Island’s revenue will fall $200 million short of expectations for fiscal 2009 and 2010, adding further to the state’s severe financial woes. Officials at the state’s Revenue and Caseload Estimating Conference yesterday found that the shortfall includes $70 million in the current fiscal year, which ends…

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