(Providence, RI) -- Projected revenues for the state of Rhode Island are going up. According to the state's biannual Revenue Estimating Conference, revenues in the 2017-2018 and the 2018-19 budget years are about 135-million-dollars higher than previously forecast. Income tax collections appear to be the driver of the increase. State legislators will begin crafting a budget for the next fiscal year in July.
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