Iowa is back on track. After being weighed down by a burdensome deficit the last six years, the state is poised to eliminate the gap in fiscal 1995, which begins July 1.

Iowa will erase its $240 million deficit, as measured by generally accepted accounting principles, despite financial strains caused by the worst flooding in the state's history last summer.

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