(AP) - Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's proposed budget got a little boost from the latest tax revenue collections that were $6.3 million above projections. Tuesday's release of figures for January point toward continued economic strengthening.
There could be reason for cautious optimism for funding for Idaho public schools this coming year. The Times News reports today that a report from the Idaho Division of Financial Management shows state revenues were up again in April, $13-million dollars more than projections.
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