Kentucky Ends Fiscal Year With Surplus

Kentucky Ends Fiscal Year With Surplus

The state ended its fiscal year in June with money in the bank.
        Kentucky ended its fiscal year in June with money in the bank.

        The state says there was a $48 million surplus.

        The Courier-Journal reports that Kentucky collected $9 billion in tax revenue.

         The state budget director says that the money the state brought in reflects economic recovery.
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