PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — State tax collections continue to match earlier projections, an indication South Dakota’s economy is performing as expected, Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Thursday.
The Republican governor said tax collections through the end of January were the same as were projected when he proposed a state budget in early December. However, there is no sign there will be extra money to spend beyond those earlier projections, he said.
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