CHICAGO — North Dakota continues to buck national trends, with officials this week reporting that revenues collected in the current biennium have exceeded projections and that the state is on track to see a $700 million surplus by next June.

Most of the surplus comes from oil profits as the state enjoys the biggest oil boom in its history.

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