LANSING (WKZO) -- The Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency says the state brought in more tax dollars than expected in March. The SFA says those were up by 64-million dollars over projections made in January at the revenue-estimating conference. Collection of school aid fund and general fund taxes were up 9.4-percent compared to last year.
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