(CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.) -- Tennessee revenue collections continued their upward trend last month, but at a much slower pace compared to recent months, The Chattanoogan reports.
Finance and Administration Commissioner Mark Emkes said Thursday that July collections yielded a positive growth of 4.46 percent over the same time one year ago. July revenues overall were $880.9 million, which is $9.9 million more than the state budgeted, the paper says.
July is the twelth consecutive month this year that revenue collections surpassed budgeted estimates, according to The Chattanoogan.
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