WASHINGTON -- Virginia' revenue collections are running slightly ahead of projections, potentially alleviating the need for further budget cuts, according to the state finance office.

But the uncertainty of the Virginia economy, coupled with the fact that May and June are large revenue collection months, augurs caution, according to Danny M. Payne, Virginia's deputy secretary of finance.

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