WASHINGTON -- States started a new fiscal year with healthy budgets that are the result of strong economic growth, not tax increases that go into effect this year, a new report said.

"An improving economy boosted revenue performance in fiscal year 1994 and will provide stable but moderate revenue growth in fiscal year 1995," said the report, released by the National Conference of State Legislatures and based on the group's annual survey of states.

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