Despite recessionary pressures, Indiana ended fiscal 1991 on June 30 with combined balances of $587.4 million.

The state, which had been experiencing a slowdown in key revenues, ended the year with a general fund working cash balance of $109.4 million, a $155 million tuition reserve, and a $323 million rainy day fund balance.

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