DALLAS — Revenue from a temporary one-cent sales tax designed to balance Arizona’s budget fell 10% short of projections the first month the tax was collected, officials said.

The state expected $72 million in additional revenue, but collections came in $7.5 million short in July at nearly $65 million, according to the Department of Revenue.

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