WASHINGTON -- State raked in a 8.9% more in tax revenues the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year, says a new report from the Center for the Study of the States in Albany.

Much of the gain was triggered by increases in tax rates, rather than economic growth, so the increase is not as spectacular as it looks, according to Jennifer McCormick, co-author of the report to be released today.

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