LOS ANGELES -- Standard & Poor’s analysts lauded Hawaii for passing laws that mandate budgetary constraints, but also cautioned that the changes might be harder to maintain during lean economic years.

Helped by a stronger revenue outlook, the AA-rated state took steps on several fronts in its recently enacted budget to shore up its financial position, S&P analysts said in a report published Tuesday.

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