The latest revenue projections show Indiana could end the current fiscal year with a $1.8 billion surplus, an amount that would trigger an automatic refund to taxpayers under a new law.

The state could collect $516 million more than it expected when it crafted the current two-year budget based on last April's revenue projections.

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