Strong revenues over the last few months will help put more than the expected $71 million into Oklahoma’s rainy-day fund, which now contains a total of $2.03.

State officials said earlier this year that $71.1 million would flow into the Constitutional Reserve Fund at the end of fiscal 2011, but finance director Preston Doerflinger said last week that more may be coming in when the fiscal year ends June 30.

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