LANSING (WKZO) -- Michigan is pulling in more tax revenue than had been projected in May. The latest numbers from the Senate Fiscal Agency puts the collections through October higher by 440-million dollars from expectations. Money for the General Fund is up 244.1-million, while School Aid Fund dollars have surged over 215-million above projections.
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