Treasurer: State revenues increased 3 percent for January
BATON ROUGE - The State Department of the Treasury says reports indicate total revenue for January 2016 saw a three percent increase over December of last year.
Sales tax, severance tax and corporation/franchise tax receipts are down from last year in the 2015-16 fiscal year, but individual income tax revenue is up slightly.
December saw total state revenue down by 15 percent, while state revenues improved three percent.
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