The independent committee that generates revenue forecasts for Hawaii’s state government has dialed back its projections.

The state’s tax revenues for the current fiscal year are expected to come in 3.3% ahead of the previous fiscal year, the Council on Revenues predicted last week — down from 3.9% in its previous report two months earlier. In that late March report, the council cut its revenue growth forecast from 4.9%.

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