The League sent a letter to conference committee membership for HF 3172, the supplemental budget bill, outlining issues of support and areas of concern for cities.(Published Apr 21, 2014)
Despite this short-term reduction in projected GDP growth, the MMB consultant continues to forecast accelerating economic growth over the course of 2014.(Published Apr 7, 2014)
Many of the major finance and tax bills are nearing completion, and will next go to conference committees to resolve differences between the House and Senate.(Published Mar 18, 2014)
The House targets provide an indication of how the House will address the projected state budget surplus.(Published Mar 17, 2014)
The monthly collection report provides an update on actual state revenue collections compared to forecast, but monthly figures should be interpreted with caution.(Published Mar 3, 2014)
The surplus has increased from $825 million in November to the current $1.2 billion for the balance of the 2014-15 biennium.(Published Feb 18, 2014)
The upcoming state budget forecast will contain the official revenue and expenditure projections for use during the 2014 legislative session.(Published Feb 7, 2014)
The forecast will guide legislators during the 2014 session.(Published Jan 21, 2014)
A strengthening economy and higher state revenues set the stage for the 2014 legislative session.(Published Dec 9, 2013)
The November Forecast is first look at the state’s biennial budget and will set the stage for the 2014 legislative session.(Published Oct 14, 2013)
Report includes the first information on the effects of the 2013 tax law changes.(Published Sep 16, 2013)
State general fund receipts are now 2 percent below forecast for the first two months of fiscal year 2014.(Published Aug 19, 2013)
Report shows first monthly decline in state revenue collections since the February forecast was released.
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