Lawmakers wind up with more from mostly favorable revenues forecast


Lawmakers say they’re hesitant to pledge the possible extra money on spending measures. Things like an oil price spike could impact tourism; federal spending is in flux while tensions between Iran and Israel mount.


“Given these three clouds on the horizon are so threatening, it’s good news, but let’s wait and see and not get too excited about it,” said House Minority Leader Gene Ward.


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