LANSING, Mich-Michigan lawmakers are deciding how to handle additional unexpected revenue for the current and upcoming fiscal years. The fiscal departments in the House and Senate estimate about 428-million dollars more coming into the general fund and School Aid Fund. The figures released yesterday do not include the affects of tax cuts awaiting Governor Snyder's signature that will result in a 535-million-dollar loss for the state.
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