States Take Advantage of Budget Surpluses Fiscal year 2006 provided many states with unexpected budget surpluses that allowed them to splurge on things like new stadiums and other projects. What's in store for 2007?
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States Take Advantage of Budget Surpluses

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States Take Advantage of Budget Surpluses

States Take Advantage of Budget Surpluses

States Take Advantage of Budget Surpluses

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Fiscal year 2006 provided many states with unexpected budget surpluses that allowed them to splurge on things like new stadiums and other projects. What's in store for 2007? Experts say most states should be on stable financial ground, but there are some signs revenue growth may be slowing.