MIAMI BEACH — While there are signs that state revenues are slowly growing again in the Southeast, experts here warn that negative budget pressures will persist in coming years as governments struggle to meet their obligations.

States in general face a bumpy period recovering from the loss of revenues while finding ways to fund education and health care, Moody’s Investors Service managing director Gail Sussman said at The Bond Buyer’s Southeast Public Finance Conference Wednesday.

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