SAN FRANCISCO - States will have even more trouble than usual this year estimating capital gains tax revenues, Standard & Poor's said in a report issued last week.

"This lack of certainty is especially hard on states that are heavily dependent on this source of revenue and some states, we believe, could face unpleasant surprises when income tax returns are in," said the report by analyst David Hitchcock.

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