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(KSL News) A stronger-than-expected economy could give Utah a $260 million budget surplus by the end of the month.
That information comes from the first of four state revenue forecasts.
Lawmakers will use the forecasts to decide how big of an income tax cut to offer when the legislative session begins in January.