CHICAGO -- Michigan lawmakers could have $700 million more than they expected as they put the finishing touches on the 2014 budget, state fiscal officials and economists said Wednesday.

Most of the money is a one-time gain, driven largely by a boost in personal income taxes from investors selling stocks and investments ahead of fears last year of the consequences of the federal fiscal cliff, officials said.

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