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South Dakota Revenue On Target

South Dakota Revenue On Target

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There are about six weeks left in the 2014 fiscal year for state government in South Dakota. According to Lieutenant Governor Matt Michels, the dollars are right on track…

 

Michels says it seems like traffic is picking up across the state…

 

Michels says not all revenue sources are doing as well…

 

The state starts the 2015 fiscal year on July first.

 

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