Overall state tax revenues were stronger during the pandemic than initially feared, in part due to the generous federal stimulus packages that have injected trillions of dollars into the economy. However, states still need to be conservative in their budget and forecasting because of the high level of uncertainty still remaining related to both economic and public health conditions.
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